The Premier League round 5 match at Bramall Lane saw the hosts Sheffield United play against Fulham newly promoted. A quick look at their previous clashes from January 30, 2007 shows us that Sheffield United won 2 of them & Fulham have 3 wins. 20 goals have been scored between the two teams in those clashes, with 8 of them coming from The Blades and 12 from The Cottagers. 

Sheffield United will be looking to improve their last game here following a 2-1 Premier League loss in their previous match against Arsenal. In that match, Sheffield United had 36% possession and 6 shots, including 2 hits, the only scorer for Sheffield United was David McGoldrick (84 ') with a left-foot swing. spectacular. Sheffield United have played quite inefficient recently, their number of goals is only 3 compared to their opponents in the previous six appearances, in those meetings, The Blades also witnessed Their net goals are up to 10, their solid defense is also in trouble. Looking at their past form shows Sheffield United failed to win against Fulham in their last two matches and have not won at home in their last three league games. Enda Stevens and Ethan Ampadu played 90 minutes for the Republic of Ireland and Wales respectively in a goalless draw at Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Rhys Norrington-Davies was once again not used as a substitute for Wales, while John Egan and David McGoldrick were absent from Stephen Kenny's team. 

Since losing last game against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League, Fulham and their supporters will be hoping that they can get a better result in this one. In that match, Fulham had 53% of possession and 10 shots, including 2 hits, but the only goal from Pedro Neto. The trend of at least one team not conceding in matches with Fulham has appeared in the last 6 games up to 5 times, in these clashes, the opposing sides have achieved a total of 11 goals and The The Cottagers have scored 6. Entering this competition, Fulham did not win on away field in their last 4 league matches. 

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