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Sheffield Utd vs Leicester Live Stream Online Free: After all, they’re only a game into their dream return to the Premier League, one they hope can only keep Sheffield Utd vs Leicester 2019 projecting upwards. The task won’t be a walk in the park, however, as a visiting Palace will look to rely on their plethora of attacking weapons to open their scoring account, which they failed to do so against Everton.One of the weapons Palace could lean on is Wilfried Zaha, who may depart the club in January according to Hodgson. Last week, the Ivorian international came off the bench and only played 25 minutes, but a start for the winger at Bramall Lane may certainly improve Palace’s chances.

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Sheffield United have enjoyed an impressive reintroduction to Premier League life but their manager, Chris Wilder, is rightly wary about the threat posed by Jamie Vardy. Like Wilder, Leicester’s star striker, is from Sheffield and began his career in non-league circles but there is one key difference; Vardy grew up supporting Wednesday. “I just hope a certain lad who supports the other firm down the road waits one more game before he scores his first goal of the season,” said Sheffield United’s manager. “We’ll have to be at our best to stop Jamie – and Leicester.” Louise Taylor

Leicester City will take on Sheffield United at 10 a.m. ET this coming Saturday at Bramall Lane.

On Sunday, Leicester met with Chelsea in Matchweek 2, and neither club could gain the upper hand. They ended up with a point apiece after a 1-1 draw.

The crowd came for a game, and Sheffield and Crystal Palace sure delivered. It was a match that couldn’t have wound up any closer, but Sheffield snuck past Crystal Palace for the 1-0 victory.

Leicester will no doubt be looking for a more decisive result in this contest. We’ll find out soon enough whether it’s one that they end up liking.You can listen to Sheffield United vs Leicester LIVE on talkSPORT 2 from 3pm – the second of our three live commentaries on GameDay.

The Blades have made a good start despite being one of the bookies’ favourites to get relegated to the Championship.

However if they can continue their run, United will give themselves a great chance of survival.

And they’ll fancy their chances against a Leicester side who have yet to taste victory this season, although their last match saw them claim a creditable point at Chelsea.But one player who will be extra determined to spoil the Sheffield United party is Foxes striker Jamie Vardy, who actually has previous with the club.

The last time Leicester played the Blades was in an FA Cup tie during the 2017/18 season which the Foxes won 1-0, Vardy scoring the winner.

Vardy always enjoys scoring goals but this one would have been all the more sweet because he actually grew up a fan of United’s local rivals Sheffield Wednesday.

He was on Wednesday’s books as a youngster but got released as a 16-year-old before his brilliant rise from non-league to the Premier League.

Wednesday fan Vardy will want to inflict pain on United’s season

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Wednesday fan Vardy will want to inflict pain on United’s season
His love for the Owls has never faded though and in the build-up to that cup tie he lambasted former Foxes team-mate Harry Maguire for sitting on the fence.

Like Vardy, Maguire grew up a Wednesday fan, however, he ended up playing for United in his youth and the early years of his professional career.

So when Leicester got drawn against his former club, Maguire tweeted: “Lovely draw. Can’t wait for that one. #facup #lcfc #sufc”

Maguire’s split loyalties didn’t sit well with Vardy who said in an interview with the Leicester Mercury: “This is annoying me now.He is not from the other half. I’m going to spill the beans because I’m fed up of him. Breezeblock.

“He was a Sheffield Wednesday fan but when he signed for United he started supporting United as well, which in Sheffield is a big no.

“You are one or the other, you can’t support both.

“He needs to pick, he is starting to wind me up. He is one of them, ‘Well I like both Sheffield teams.’ You can’t. You’re either blue and white or red and white, in Sheffield.”

But Maguire plays for Manchester United now so there shouldn’t be any danger of the Leicester players feeling conflicted, or they’ll have Vardy to deal with…