Sheffield United continue to be right in the promotion mix in the Championship, with Chris Wilder’s side in third place in the table just three points off leaders Leeds United.
With struggling Reading next up for the Blades, they have the chance to close in on top spot with Leeds having a weekend off.
It also gives midfielder John Fleck the chance to continue the impressive form he has shown this season.
But if Sheffield United don’t go up this season, will Fleck be a target to be poached in the summer?
“It almost feels like an all or nothing season for some of Sheffield United’s players.
“The likes of Fleck, Baldock, Stevens and Henderson will attract a lot of attention from the top flight if promotion is not achieved.”
“Yes, he’s a top player and the vultures will circle.
“I’ve got a feeling it’s going to be academic, I think they’ll go up.
“Fleck’s got a great engine but their whole side is pure class.”
“He will; he’s in the prime age of his career, I am relatively confident that he will go if the Blades remain in the Championship.
“Either to a side that has just gone up or one coming the other way.
“He and plenty of other Blades’ players will be of interest to bigger fish should they not go up having had the storming season they have had this term.”