It is quite unlucky for Sheffield United that in the transitional moment between the old year and the new year, they must face two consecutive giants, Man City and Liverpool. Obviously before those opponents, failure is inevitable with the home team of Bramall Lane. Luckily for them here in the FA Cup, their opponent is just an AFC Fylde playing to the 5th Division and of course winning is something Sheffield United cannot miss.

Liverpool's 2-0 defeat on the pitch was the second in a row that Sheffield United had to leave the field. However, both of these rookie failures were foreseen to be on the pitch of very strong opponents such as Man City and Liverpool. amateur football, playing in the 5th Division of England, will be a great opportunity for Sheffield United to return to the familiar victory. Be aware that they are in good shape with 3 wins and 1 draw and 2 defeats in the last 6 matches in the English Premier League. With that achievement, Sheffield United is even ranked 9th in the rankings with 28 points and only 3 points behind the top 5, an impressive result compared to their current strength.

In the opposite field, the defeat at home to the Barrow team was the third defeat of AFC Fylde. That led this team to the red light group in the fifth division of England. AFC Fylde's away form is also not really good. Specifically, they lost up to 8 matches in a total of 17 matches away from home in all arenas. Not to mention their level is far below those of a Sheffield United playing in the most prestigious tournament in the foggy country. Therefore, although this is the first time in the history of the two teams to meet each other, a failure is something AFC Fylde is hard to avoid.