Sheffield United Championship kick off time vs Sunderland, TV channel, news

Newly promoted Sunderland will be hoping to keep their unbeaten league record intact when they travel to Bramall Lane to take on Sheffield United on Wednesday night.

It’s been a good start to life in the second tier for Alex Neil’s side, who have won once and drawn twice so far in the league in 2022/23, but they will reflect on Draw 2 -2 from Saturday with QPR with disappointment given that they were two goals down until the 86th minute.

R Seny Dieng goalkeeper’s astonishing stoppage-time equalizer was a moment few EFL fans are likely to forget – although Black Cats supporters will probably want to put it out of their minds.

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Four points from three games isn’t the start the Premier League-chasing Blades were hoping for, but given they’ve come up against two promotion rivals at Watford and Middlesbrough, Paul Heckingbottom is unlikely to be too disappointed.

Sander Berge is fit and firing in the first weeks of the new campaign, scoring twice in three games, although rumors of him leaving before the end of the current transfer window continue to swirl.

United also have a long injury list to manage but their squad are not short on quality and they will be determined to secure two wins from two at Bramall Lane this season. has gathered everything you need to know about how to watch Sheffield United v Sunderland on TV and online.

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When is Sheffield United vs Sunderland?

Sheffield United v Sunderland will take place on Wednesday August 17, 2022.

Check our guide to live football on TV for the latest times and information.

What time is kick-off?

Sheffield United against Sunderland will start at 8pm.

There are plenty of games on the Premier League TV schedule this weekend, including Man Utd v Liverpool.

What TV channel is Sheffield United v Sunderland on?

You can watch the game live on Sky Sports Football from 7.30pm.

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How to stream Sheffield United vs Sunderland live online

Sky Sports customers can stream the game live via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices, including most smartphones and tablets as part of their subscription.

You can also watch the game through NOW without signing a contract.

NOW can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles. NOW is also available through BT Sport.

Sheffield United v Sunderland team news

Sheffield United predicted XI: Foderingham; Ahmedhodzic, Egan, Norrington-Davies; Baldock, Norwood, Fleck, Lowe; Bergé, Brewster, Ndiaye

Sunderland predicted XI: Patterson; Wright, Bath, Cirkin; Gooch, O’Nien, Evans, Clarke; Prichard; Stewart, Sims

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Sheffield United v Sunderland odds

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bet365 odds: Sheffield United (3/4) Draw (13/5) Sunderland (15/4)*

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Our prediction: Sheffield United v Sunderland

Sunderland have made a confident return to the Championship so far but this is their biggest test yet. Only Fulham and Middlesbrough won more second-tier home games than Heckingbottom’s side last season and they put Millwall to the sword at Bramall Lane earlier this month.

A host of defensive injuries means there could be opportunities for in-form Black Cats attacking duo Ross Stewart and Ellis Simms, particularly with Alex Pritchard having made a fast start to the season, but with Dan Ballard ruled out in due to a broken foot, visitors will be forced to change themselves at the back.

With United still unsure who their first-choice number nine is, it is Berge and Iliman Ndiaye who should worry Sunderland the most.

Our prediction: Sheffield United 2-1 Sunderland (2/15 at bet365)

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Tanya J. Hill