107 days dun waka pass after United last give us beta football match for Old Trafford, dem go return home as e be say supporters go gats watch from inside their homes.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær will miss all the hailing and singing for the Stretford End as hin go face another Premier League Oga wet sabi, Chris Wilder.
Football dun dey return back completely small small as matches dey sele back to back every week and headlines dey drop wella
Venue: Old Trafford
Referee: Anthony Taylor
Recent form: LDWWD
Top goalscorer: John Fleck/Lys Mousset 
Most assists: Lys Mousset 
Previous result: Newcastle United 3-0 Sheffield United
As dem be surprise package this season so, since football dun return the Blades dun dey winless in their two games.
As e dey unfortunate say dem no win for Aston Villa last week, dem con later chop beta beating for St. James’ Park on Sunday as dem fluid football knack rock against Newcastle United.
Edna Steven costly error wey be say John Egan sending off follow am mean say Ben Osborn fit start as the Blades’ left wing-back for this one.
The 25-year-old bin dey fairly used this season but if hin gets hin chance, he go dey hope say Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba stay quiet if hin wan play only him eighth Premier League match.
Goalkeeper Dean Henderson dey ineligible against hin parent club but na potential suspect for two goals in the North East – more news on am go drop soon.
Wilder no dey cover anything as to errors wey him boys make on Sunday, as hin telling reporters for hin pre-match press conference: “My approach, the players understand wella, na honest approach. No hiding place dey for anybody and na tough business.
“No hiding place dey for Enda when hin make that mistake. No hiding place dey for Dean.”
The 3-3 draw for November show say Sheffield get steel city spirit to dey brave and never say die, as dem go 2-0 up for first half time before dem equalise for dying minute after United do come back through the pikins
A win for dun move them above the Red Devils by one point con ensure say dem fairytale continues enta summer.
Injuries/suspensions (estimated return)
- John Egan – red card (next match)
- Jack O’Connell – knee (doubtful)
- David McGoldrick – knock (late fitness test)
(3-5-2) Moore; Basham, Jagielka, Robinson; Baldock, Berge, Norwood, Lundstram, Osborn; Sharp, McBurnie
Quote from oga boss
“We dey on the ropes small small, but we gats show that fighting spirit wey carry us enta this position and emta the Premier League, which no doubt we go do am.” – Chris Wilder
Next match: Arsenal [H] 28/06
THE RED DEVILS
Following weekend results, e be like say Friday match na decent point in the circumstances.
Plenty plenty promising signs show,especially when we dey go forward and dey push attack as United look slightly better against low block.
David De Gea error wey allow Tottenham Hotspur take lead and within seconds, the goalkeeper debate door open like heavens gate.
Solskjær yarn about the topic for Tuesday pre-match press conference, as him stand gidigba for his stopper, hin yarn say: “David na the best goalkeeper for this world, hin dun concede two goals for the last seven games hin dun play for us, and teams like City, Chelsea, Tottenham, Everton dey, two goals in seven games, we dun go on a run and the two goals.”
On Henderson, him yarn say: “Hin dey learn all the time, him be passionate keeper, h dey develop, him con get beta good coaching there too [at Bramall Lane] – I think one day him go be England number one and our number one and him gats dey develop.”
On a more positive note na say, Fernandes and Pogba ontop pitch together na welcome sight for United fans as e means say the midfield battle for starting place na arguably the most exciting part of the squad.
One of those wey get the nod last week na Scott McTominay and the 23-year-old con sign new contract on Tuesday, as e go keep am for Old Trafford until 2025.
His manager comment on the news, him say: “I dun watch am before I come here and e dey totori me as i come and dey work with am. Na one humble and hard-working boy with beta beta Man United DNA.
“Hin sabi wetin takes to go through the ranks and na leader on the pitch join. I dey very very happy to come together con work towards as we go dey win trophies together.”
Victor Lindelöf hobble off after 78 minutes, so e be say na Eric Bailly go dey eagerly anticipated so as to start alongside Harry Maguire, wey came under criticism for hin role for Steven Bergwijn opener.
The same go for Luke Shaw, wey fail to take hin chances for left-back as Brandon Williams, wey scored hin first United goal for Bramall Lane back in November, dey wait for the wings.
Pogba dey expected to start following hin influential cameo on Friday as fellow substitute Mason Greenwood fit replace Daniel James for the starting XI.
Odion Ighalo also enta from bench and fit get the nod from minute one on Wednesday, as hin physical presence na potential combatant against the visitors’ three tough centre-backs.
With Saturday FA Cup quarter-final for Carrow Road dun dey small close by, more rotation fit also be in order.
Injuries/suspensions (estimated return)
- Phil Jones – knock (doubtful)
- Axel Tuanzebe – knock (unknown)
(4-2-3-1) De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelöf, Maguire, Williams; McTominay, Pogba; Greenwood, Fernandes, Martial; Ighalo
Quote from oga boss
“We love to dey walk out for Old Trafford in front of our fans as na exceptional experience, but we get the urge to get back to dey play ‘Ole ball’ and win games and we go go out there and put our best performance on, hopefully.” – Ole Gunnar Solskjær
Next match: Norwich City [A] 27/06
POTENTIAL KEY BATTLES
– Odion Ighalo vs Phil Jagielka
– Mason Greenwood vs Jack Robinson
– Oliver McBurnie vs Harry Maguire
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