Sheffield United will continue the hunt for their first league win when they travel to Burnley tomorrow night.

The blades have endured a record-breaking-ly poor start to the season, becoming the first team to ever reach boxing day without a win.

If Chris Wilder’s side needed proof that a fast turn-around was possible, he’ll only have to look across the dugout.

Sean Dyche’s men have propelled their season in to gear and jumped out of relegation places after picking up 8 of their 13 points this season in their last 5 games.

The Burnley boss does have injury problems, however, with Matej Vydra, Jack Cork and Johann Berg Gudmundsson all expected to remain sidelined for Tuesday’s home game against Sheffield United.

Dwight McNeil (groin) and Robbie Brady (hamstring) also missed out at Elland Road, but both wingers could return to contention.

The visitors also have some availability issues, with three forwards all potentially missing the tie.

Oliver Burke departed midway through their Boxing Day match against Everton, while neither Lys Mousett or Oli McBurnie are at full fitness, claims Wilder.

The game is a 18:00 pm kick-off on Tuesdsay 29th December.

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