Sheffield United head into this weekend unbeaten in seven, as they entertain Rotherham United at Bramall Lane on Saturday lunchtime, looking to leap-frog Leeds United and get back into the automatic promotion spots.
The Blades form though has not stopped manager Chris Wilder considering changing things up in his squad, as reported by BBC Sheffield sports editor Andy Giddings on Twitter.
So is Wilder right to be considering changes to his team?
“I’m not convinced it is.
“I know they drew their last game, but let’s not overreact here.
“This is the stage of the season where you have to hold your nerve and not show your hand.
“The Blades have done well so far on a consistent approach.”
“I think so, keep the team fresh and ticking over.
“Naming the same XI is all good and all but with so many games to play in a short space of time, rotation is a necessary evil at this time of year.
“Making changes and keeping players on their toes is the right thing to do.”
“Keep it the same, surely?
“Sheffield United have always benefitted from their relative consistency in starting eleven selections, so I’d keep it the same if I was Wilder.
“These are crunch matches and Wilder knows he’ll need points.