Sheffield United have found form again after a six game winless run they have now registered back-to-back road victories. In midweek, they beat Bristol City 1-0 to move into third spot.
At Bramall Lane, the Blades are without a victory in their last four with three of these finishing all-square. Oliver McBurnie does his best work at home netting in three of the last five in front of his own fans.
Burnley are flying in the Championship under Vincent Kompany and are five points clear at the top. It is 16 unbeaten for the Lancashire outfit and victories in each of their last four.
Away from Turf Moor, the Clarets are unbeaten in their last seven winning three of these and drawing four. Nathan Tella loves an away fixture having netted in three of the last four away from his own fans.
Sheffield United vs Burnley: Match Stats
Sheffield United have definitely shown they are going to be a side to look out for in the Championship. The problem Burnley look like they are going to run away with the division. They look a class act under a coach with real potential in Vincent Kompany and backing them in the draw no bet market appeals.
Jay Rodriguez has nine goals for the campaign and two from the last three so he is a player to side with. The Burnley frontman has been enhanced by Sky Bet to register 2+ shots on target. The player managed this feat in his last fixture and looks capable of doing it again here
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Scoreline prediction: Sheffield United 1-2 Burnley
Sheffield United vs Burnley: Odds
Sheffield United vs Burnley: Head to Head
23 May 2021- Sheffield United 1-0 Burnley- Premier League
29 December 2020 – Burnley 1-0 Sheffield United – Premier League
17 September 2020 – Burnley 1-1 Sheffield United – League Cup
5 July 2020 – Burnley 1-1 Sheffield United – Premier League
2 November 2019 – Sheffield United 3-0 Burnley – Premier League
It is honours even from recent meetings between these sides with one win each and two draws from their last four. These games tend to not be high-scoring with each of the last four going under 2.5 goals and the last two ending 1-0.