NEW vs SHF Dream11 Match Preview: The next fixture of the English Premier League will be competed between Newcastle United and Sheffield at St. James Park. This will be Newcastle’s first game post the lock-down, while Sheffield United will be eager to get the win after missing out against Aston Villa in the goalless draw.
The team NEW are placed at the fourteenth position in the standings with 35 points scored in their account. So far they have played 29 games in which they have won 9 games, tied 8 games and lost 12 games. The total goals of the team is 25 and goals against is 41.
Their past game was against the team Southampton in which they won by scoring one goal while the opponent team ended up with no goals. Prior to this game, they played against the team West Bromwich Albion and won by scoring 3 goals while the opponent team scored 2 goals. Their winning streak is two. Their form in the last 5 games are W W D L L. They have to maintain the winning streak to get placed in the top five positions.
NEW vs SHF Match details
Premier League 2019-20
Newcastle United vs Sheffield United
St. James’ Park
June 21, 2020
6:30 PM IST
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
Injuries and suspensions
Injured: Jack Colback, Jetro Willems.
Doubtful: Paul Dummett, Ciaran Clark, Sean Longstaff, Matthew Longstaff.
Doubtful: Jack O’Connell.
NEW vs SHF – Probable Playing 11
Newcastle United: Martin Dubravka, Federico Fernández, Jamaal Lascelles, Javier Manquillo, Jonjo Shelvey, Isaac Hayden, Allan Saint-Maximin, Matt Ritchie, Miguel Almirón, Joelinton, Sean Longstaff
Sheffield United: Dean Henderson, John Egan, Jack O’Connell, Chris Basham, John Fleck, John Lundstram, Oliver Norwood, Enda Stevens, George Baldock, Billy Sharp, Oliver McBurnie
Jonjo Shelvey: The England international is a vital player for the Toon Army. He has scored 5 goals in the Premier League this season and is their top goal scorer. His creativity, set-piece ability and long-range shooting are his good qualities.
Allan Saint-Maximin: The summer signing has impressed in his limited opportunities this season due to injuries. He has scored 2 goals and made 1 assist in the Premier League so far. His ball control, shooting and trickery are his vital skills for his team.
John Fleck: The Scotland international has been a vital box-to-box midfielder for Sheffield this season. He has scored 5 goals and made 2 assists in the league this season. His ball control and finishing are of good quality.
Lys Mousset: The French striker has good pace and positioning as well as decent finishing abilities. He has scored 5 goals and made 4 assists in the Premier League this season.
Captaincy options (in priority order)
Lys Mousset, Jonjo Shelvey, John Fleck.