KICK off: 2 February 20:00
Information: Sheffield United pair Enda Stevens and Jack Robinson are both expected to miss out through injury, although Ben Osborn could return to the matchday squad. Wilder has used three different players at left wing-back in the last five games but in Stevens’s absence, Jayden Bogle – who started the match against Man City – could get the nod once again ahead of Osborn, Kean Bryan and Max Lowe. Striker Rhian Brewster, who has yet to score a Premier League goal for the Blades in 17 appearances, could be replaced in the starting lineup by top goalscorer David McGoldrick. As for the visitors, Grady Diangana is West Brom’s only injury concern for the trip to Bramall Lane as the winger is suffering with a hamstring problem. Allardyce began with a three-man defence against Fulham but then changed to a 4-4-1-1 formation after just 25 minutes – a setup that he may decide to start with on Tuesday. New signing Mbaye Diagne could be handed his first start up front for the Baggies at the expense of Callum Robinson.
Prediction: Sheffield United to win