The local press in Sheffield believes that the Blades are on track to put ten goals past Charlton this season and given that they have already scored eight against us this season, a target of twelve may not appear unreasionable: Blades
The best we can hope for out of this match is a draw and a replay at The Valley which would bring us some much needed revenue (with the FA Cup you do, of course, get a 40 per cent share of the away gate). However, I think a Blades win is on the cards and I am going for 2-1.
The Sub-Standard says: BLADES TOO SHARP FOR BLUNT ADDICKS.
After the 2-0 away win at Nuneaton in front of a crowd of 1,353, retaining Leamington's unbeaten record in the league, the pressure is off manager Jason Cadden who takes the Brakes to Stourport Swifts (who aren't very).