Sheffield United vs Sunderland Betting Tips and Prediction

Sheffield United vs Sunderland Betting Tips and Prediction
August 16, 2022

Sheffield United vs Sunderland Betting Tips and Prediction

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Sheffield United will travel to Sunderland in the Championship on Wednesday night. Both teams have had a difficult start to the year.

The clubs are now ranked tenth and sixth, respectively, in the rankings despite having combined for just two victories in their first three games.

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 Sheffield United vs Sunderland  Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet
Sheffield United 1.70 1.81 1.84
Sunderland 5.00 4.50 4.44

 Sheffield United vs Sunderland Tips and Prediction

When Sheffield United lost to Watford in their opening game, Paul Heckingbottom probably wouldn’t have been particularly depressed because one of their most challenging games on the calendar had already been over.

Heckingbottom, who is currently in ninth place, will be content despite being angry at twice letting leads slip in the last stages of both games.

Sheffield United has the opportunity to climb the standings rapidly because Sunderland is a weak team and Blackburn Rovers, the league’s top team, are the next two opponents. Heckingbottom is certain that his frontline will begin scoring as they gain more playing experience, despite the fact that goals currently seem to be an issue.

Unexpectedly, Sunderland finds itself in a predicament where they will not be content with only five points from their first three league games.

At the Stadium of Light, the Black Cats had lost leads twice, but Saturday’s stalemate with Queens Park Rangers was particularly heartbreaking because it looked like they were going to win the game and keep a clean sheet with five minutes left.

Instead, Seny Dieng, the goalkeeper for QPR, moved up for a corner, allowing his head to score the second goal, which Alex Neil saw his club concede.

The Scot will look for the positive, but he is conscious that for this season to be considered as a playoff contender, his players, especially those on defense, need to show more tenacity.


Sunderland may be higher in the table, but if they continue to drop points from winning situations, their confidence won’t rise. Given this, and the fact that the visitors will make the Blades earn their victory, we are placing our money on them to win this game.