Sheffield United are still aiming for their first win of the season when they meet with Wolverhampton Wanderers at Bramall Lane this Saturday with the away side finding their feet in the past few weeks.
Wolves have moved up to third in the table recently with them securing three wins from their 10 matches. The club drew with Newcastle United last time out in a 2-2 draw that saw Mario Lemina net an equaliser before Hwang Hee-chan did the same with another finish shortly before that. The club also defeated Bournemouth with another two goals, as Matheus Cunha got his second of the season before Sasa Kalajdzic netted his first goal of the campaign.
The other victory for Gary O'Neil's men saw them record that famous win over Manchester City, as Hee-chan scored another winner and he now has six goals and one assist so far which is already his best record in the Premier League since joining from RB Leipzig two seasons ago.
Wolves have, however, still only managed to secure 13 goals from the 10 matches and have also let in 17. This means they are the lowest scorers inside the top 12 of the Premier League, but they do already sit a healthy seven points above the relegation zone and above Sheffield United in last place by 11 points too.
As for the Blades, they come into this one already staring in the face of relegation after a dismal start sees them with only one point on the board from 10 matches and a stunning nine defeats. In fact, it's their worst-ever start to a top flight campaign and one of the worst starts from a Premier League side ever witnessed.
Things were made even worse when the club recorded their sixth consecutive loss since getting that home win against Everton back in early September. Sheffield United were battered 5-0 by Arsenal last time out, and as a result of this coming just over a month since the stunning 8-0 home loss to Newcastle, it now means the club have already let in 29 goals and scored just seven of their own.
As a result of their dreadful form and with no wins on the board, it's near enough impossible to back Sheffield United. At the same time, however, Wolves haven't exactly been scoring much themselves either, despite beating sides like City so far.
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