Chelsea head to South Yorkshire on Saturday, looking to maintain their grip on third place in the Premier League table.
Despite a nervy second half, Frank Lampard's side ran out 3-2 winners at Crystal Palace on Tuesday, a result that propelled them above Leicester in the table.
They now visit a Sheffield United site who are coming off the back of a last-gasp win at home to Wolves on Wednesday evening.
Victory is crucial in the three-way scrap for a top-four finish, with the Blues, Leicester and Manchester United all vying to qualify for next season's Champions League.
The reverse fixture in August saw Chris Wilder's Blades come away from Stamford Bridge with a point thanks to a 2-2 draw.
What time is Sheffield United vs Chelsea?
Chelsea's trip to Bramall Lane is the fourth of five Premier League matches being played on Saturday.
Kick-off is scheduled for 5.30pm, not long after Liverpool finish their match at home to Burnley.
Earlier in the day at 12.30pm, Lampard's old side West Ham go to Norwich City's Carrow Road while Watford entertain Newcastle.
The day's action is rounded off by Man City vs Brighton.
Sheffield United vs Chelsea TV channel and live stream
The clash in South Yorkshire between Sheffield United – this season's surprise package – and Champions League-chasing Chelsea, will be shown on Sky Sports.
The match will be shown simultaneously on its Main Event and Premier League channels, the first with added crowd noise and the second with natural stadium sounds.
The game will not be free-to-air.
Those who Sky Sports or Now TV subscriptions can stream it through their Sky Go and Now TV apps.
Sheff Utd 11/2
One solitary Hammer blow apart Chelsea have been enormously impressive post lockdown and justify odds on billing with thepools.com.
But both sides love to rack up the corners.
Chelsea's matches have averaged 12.2 per game since returning, with Chelsea winning the majority of them in every game, while Sheffield United matches have averaged 11 with The Blades earning the most corners in four out of five.
So over 1.5 goals and 9 or more corners is a steal at 17/20 with thepools.com and Chelsea to win the match, over 1.5 goals and 10 or more corners even better at 11/5.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com.
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