BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson is expecting Sheffield United to come out comfortable winners when they face Norwich at Bramall Lane.
The Canaries are coming into the game off the back of two consecutive wins against Leicester in the league and Tottenham in the FA Cup, but Lawrenson feels the Blades will have too much for them tomorrow afternoon:
“I am sure Norwich will give it another good go at Bramall Lane to try and make it three wins in a row, but I just don’t see them going to Sheffield United and getting anything.”
“The Blades have already beaten them once this season – when they fought back from a goal down to win at Carrow Road before Christmas. Chris Wilder’s side are well organised, hard to break down and dangerous going forward and I am backing them to win again, and do the double.”
Lawrenson has gone for a 2-0 win to the home side and that seems to be a fair prediction considering the performances of the two teams this campaign.
Norwich have picked up just six points in 14 games on the road this season, with just one win coming against Everton back in November. Daniel Farke’s side have also scored just six goals away from Carrow Road so it’s likely that United will keep a clean sheet.
Considering the Blades have kept things fairly tight on their own turf, a 1-0 or a 2-0 scoreline is the likeliest outcome. If Chris Wilder’s men do get the win, they could go within two points of Chelsea in fourth.