The Blades travel to the coast this weekend aiming to make it seven unbeaten in League One and continue the run which has propelled Chris Wilder’s side to a much healthier League position.
United are boosted by the return to training of defenders James Wilson and Jake Wright, with Stefan Scougall also declaring himself fit after struggling with illness Tuesday onwards.
Former Blades player Martyn Woolford will be likely to start for Fleetwood Town and will be looking to prove Wilder wrong in his choice to let him go at the beginning of the season.
In contrast, the hosts come off the back of a run of three successive losses and will be looking to get back on track at a stadium in which Sheffield United have never won.
Despite being yet to win in Fleetwood, a Sheffield United victory is backed by the bookies.
Last Time Out:
Fleetwood Town 2 – 2 Sheffield United – 5th March 2016
A late Che Adams penalty rescued a point for Nigel Adkins’ team last time at the Highbury Stadium:
A Matt Done opener put the Blades in front, but goals from Hunter and Nilsson had looked to secure three points for the hosts until lifeline of the spot kick was given in the 90th minute.
Last Six Overall:
Last Six Home/Away: