Sheffield United will look to cap off the perfect week by securing three points at the City Ground when they visit Nottingham Forest.
The Blades are second in the league after a 4-2 success over bitter rivals Sheffield Wednesday was followed up with a 2-0 win over Wolves.
It’s a lot more doom and gloom for Nottingham Forest who are looking to end a three match losing streak on Saturday.
However, Sky Sports pundit and former Forest midfielder David Prutton doesn’t think the bad run will stop anytime soon, predicting a a 2-0 win for Chris Wilder’s men in his weekly column.
Mark Warburton has come under increasing pressure following the latest defeat against Fulham in the week, with fans eager for him to adopt a more pragmatic approach to stop the number of goals they’re conceding.
For the visitors, the international break is coming at just the wrong time, with the Blades playing with huge confidence at the minute and they hope that will continue tomorrow.
It’s a fair prediction from Prutton as the levels of confidence between the two teams could not be more different.
The Blades will be eager to get out there and keep the momentum going, whilst Forest must be feeling the pressure.
Although, Forest are still at home and their recent defeats at the City Ground have been to three serious promotion contenders in Leeds, Wolves and Fulham.
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