Sheffield United set to be at full strength for final game against Chesterfield
Sky Bet League One champions Sheffield United are hoping to have a fully-fit squad to choose from for their final match of the season against relegated Chesterfield.
Defender Jake Wright was ruled out of last weekend's victory over MK Dons on the eve of the match through illness but is expected to have recovered.
James Wilson impressed in his place, though, and could keep his spot in the team.
Striker James Hanson has missed the last three matches with a calf injury but should be fit to return.
Rai Simons could be back in the Chesterfield squad after the forward missed the home defeat to Charlton through injury.
With the Blues set for League Two football next season, manager Gary Caldwell will likely continue to involve some of the club's young players. Striker Joe Rowley has played in recent matches and he could be joined in the squad by midfielders Charlie Wakefield and Jack Brownell.
With Ched Evans the subject of transfer interest from the Blades, the striker is unlikely to feature. He has been sidelined by injury for several weeks anyway.
Captain Ian Evatt remains out with a knee problem as Chesterfield look to play the role of unlikely party poopers at Bramall Lane.