The Blues have been losing goals on the road all season, and Al Hain-Cole expects another entertaining clash when they take on Chris Wilder's men.
Sheffield United will be hoping to give their European qualification chances a big boost when Chelsea visit Bramall Lane in Saturday's Premier League clash.

The Blades are well in the mix for Europa League football as they sit in seventh place, seven points adrift from fifth and a possible place in the Champions League.

Sheffield United vs Chelsea Latest Odds
After earning 13 points from the last 15 available at home, they are available at 11/2 (6.50) with bet365 for a great victory against their opponents in third place.
Frank Lampard's team has won seven of the last eight games in all competitions, and is priced at 11/20 (1.55) to extend that solid form by reaching the top here.

The parties shared a 2-2 tie when they met at Stamford Bridge in the August reverse match, and you can get 3/1 (4.00) odds that they cancel each other once again.

Sheffield United vs Chelsea Team News
Oli McBurnie will be monitored after leaving early in the win over Wolves, while John Fleck remains sidelined with a groin injury.

Fikayo Tomori and N’Golo Kante are unlikely to show up due to injury, though Mateo Kovacic should be involved after recovering from an Achilles tendon problem.

Sheffield United vs Chelsea Preview
The Blues largely have their prolific frontline to thank for their strong recent career, with 14 goals scored in five games since the restart rather than making up for the seven goals conceded and just a clean sheet.

However, they have been particularly vulnerable on the road throughout the season, only keeping a clean sheet in 17 out-of-league games and allowing 10 goals in the last five.

Chris Wilder's men made the most of this generous defense by returning from two goals down to tie at Stamford Bridge last August, and will back up to attack at least once for the eleventh home game in 12.

Sheffield United vs Chelsea Tips & Predictions
In fact, the 19/20 (1.95) odds seem too good to pass both of the teams that are on target for Chelsea's 15th league game in 17, as well as a fourth game in five for Sheffield United.

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