Wrexham vs Sheffield Utd – The 0-3 National League triumph over Gateshead will be replicated for Wrexham. Tom O’Connor (61′), Ollie Palmer (67′), and Paul Mullin (92′) scored goals for Wrexham.
Recently, games against Wrexham have frequently been interesting ones with lots of scoring. 26 goals have been scored by both clubs overall over only their last six meetings (at an average of 4.33 goals per game), with 19 of those goals going to Wrexham.
Sheffield United enters this match off a 1-0 victory over Hull City in the Championship. In that contest, Sheffield United had 48% of the possession and 5 of its 13 efforts on goal were successful.
Daniel Jebbison scored the goal for Sheffield United at the 4′ mark. Hull City, on the other hand, had 10 shots total, only two of which were on goal.
Sheffield United has scored 12 goals in total during their last six meetings. Sheffield United has scored on each of them occasions without failing.
Their defenders have witnessed 4 goals go into their own net throughout that period. Of course, that pattern won’t always continue into the following game.
Wrexham vs Sheffield Utd – Betting Analysis
Only one player’s fitness is a concern for Wrexham manager Phil Parkinson out of an otherwise completely prepared bunch. Jordan Davies is no longer eligible due to a knee injury.
Paul Heckingbottom, the manager of Sheffield United, must select a team with few options. Jack O’Connell (Knee Surgery) and Jayden Bogle (Knee Issues) are left out of this.
Although one goal might not be enough, we have the impression that Wrexham can undoubtedly go through this Sheffield United team’s defense.
What are the best odds for this match?
Checking on the latest odds for this match on the 90 min. result market, staking on Wrexham is best priced at 4.08, a wager on a drawn result is 3.68, and taking a punt on the win for Sheffield United gets you 1.86. They’re the top bets on offer at the current time.
Wrexham vs Sheffield Utd – Head -to- Head