Kids Ready for OT Test

Last updated : 22 May 2011 By @blades_mad1889

The two teams drew 2-2 at Bramall Lane last Tuesday night with goals from Callum McFadzean and Jordan Slew for the Blades and with no away goal rule in this fixture the S2 club will fancy their chances.

Blades Academy boss John Pemberton said prior to the second leg; “It would give this club a massive lift.” They could be without defender Harry Maguire who picked up a knock in the first leg but it is believed that he will be fit to face the Red Devils on Monday night.

As a personal achievement, Pemberton himself will be keen to get his hands on the trophy when as a player he represented Crystal Palace in the FA Cup Final; losing to Manchester United.

The Red Devils too will be eager to win this trophy; they have already lifted the Premier League and hard thought their way into the UEFA Champions League – their date with destiny (Barcalona) will take place at Wembley next weekend.