Sheffield vs Luton live video 26 December 2023
What channel is the Sheffield United game on? The Sheffield United v Luton Town game will be shown live on Amazon Prime Video. Back to Top. Live Football On TV.
▶️ Sheff Utd vs Luton Live Stream & on TV, Prediction, H2H 16 hours ago — In an exciting Premier League clash, Sheffield United is set to host Luton Town at Bramall Lane on Tuesday, 26 December 2023, at 15:00 (UTC). Sheffield Wednesday 5 hours ago — Watch or listen live, on the official streaming service of your club. View iFollow availability. Latest News; Ticket News; Highlights; Galleries ... But, previous post-Christmas survival success achieved by West Brom, Sunderland and most recently Leicester, is slim reason to be optimistic and the second half of the season presents an opportunity to climb up the league standings. Mail Sport analyses the festive survival chances of the Premier League's relegation candidates below and why there is reasons to be hopeful. Sheffield United are rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table and one of the favourites for relegation Luton manager Rob Edwards has impressed during his debut season in the Premier League and is desperate to stop the club being relegated Sheffield United - 20th (2W, 3D, 13L) - 9 pointsThe Blades are bottom of the pack and looking likely to be the first team to have their relegation back to the Championship confirmed in the second half of the season. Saturday's 2-0 win at Fulham was much-needed Christmas present, but the Clarets' end-of-the-year run is anything but festive as they host high-flying Liverpool and Aston Villa. Changing managers could be one possible option in a bid to aid their chances of avoiding relegation, but Kompany has put up an astute front when previously questioned about his future at the club. Burnley are second-bottom, but seven points from their last five matches is a small upturn in form and Kompany was delighted with Burnley's improved defensive resolve in recent matches. Burnley can look to Sunderland's survival effort in 2014 after Paolo di Canio guided them to safety Burnley have improved their defensive resolve in recent matches but need to start getting points on the board'We won't always be in control of the flow of games in the Premier League and then we have to do what the match situation demands, ' said The Clarets boss. Burnley's return to the English top-flight has been difficult for manager Vincent KompanySunderland pulled off a relegation miracle after being bottom of the table on December 25 2013, but had a two-point advantage on Burnley's current predicament. Burnley are currently three points adrift of Nottingham Forest - who are hanging onto safety in 17th - and a difficult run of matches during the final weeks of the year fail to give much inspiration that survival is possible. 'In the end you have to go out and get what you deserve. Playing well and not picking up results doesn't mean anything. 'The Clarets were the final team to be relegated in the 2020/21 Premier League season with a total of 35-points, but the expected points tally needed for survival is expected to be less this season. Luton Town - 18th (3W, 3D, 11L) - 11 pointsGoing into the New Year with a chance of keeping their place in the Premier League is a situation that most Luton supporters would have snapped your hand off if they were presented with prior to the season getting underway. Luton achieved promotion to the English top-flight via the Championship play-offs last season after beating Coventry at Wembley and currently have the best survival chance of any of the bottom three sides. The Blades' two remaining matches during the end-of-year run-in against Luton and Manchester City should give them a chance to enter the new year into double digits in terms of points on the board. If that isn't achieved, then an already difficult task of staying up looks almost impossible. The Blades have won just two league games so far this season and need a stunning second half of the season to avoid relegation Former West Brom manager Bryan Robson was the first to guide a Premier League team to safety after being bottom at ChristmasBurnley - 19th (3W, 2D, 13L) - 11 pointsVincent Kompany's debut season managing in English football resulted in Burnley dominating the Championship and winning promotion back to the Premier League with an astonishing 101-points tally. This season hasn't been as kind with the Clarets second-bottom with just 11 points and three league wins to their name. The Hatters boast the lowest transfer budget of any team in the division and head coach Rob Edwards has done a fantastic job of keeping the club in contention heading into Christmas. Leicester provide their most recent inspiration after being bottom of the table at the annual festive holiday in 2014 with just 10-points from 17 matches before going on to finish in a respectable 14th. Luton were one of the favourites to be relegated this season but have shown fight against the league's bigger teams Leicester were the most recent team to avoid the drop after being bottom of the table at Christmas in 2014The Foxes went on to pull off one of sports greatest-ever upsets the following season when they won the Premier League, and although Luton won't be dreaming of any such fate, survival is realistic if they beat Newcastle in their final match before Christmas. Sheffield United vs Luton Town - Match Preview - YouTube Sheffield United vs Luton Town - Match Preview - YouTubeYouTube · Sheff United Way1.9K+ views · 2 days ago YouTube · Sheff United Way YouTube · Sheff United Way 9:23 It's been a dismal campaign for Sheffield United summarised best by their decision to sack Paul Heckingbottom and bring Chris Wilder back to the helm in a bid that the 56-year-old can pull off a survival miracle. The club were automatically promoted from the Championship last season but have so far only managed to win two matches and recording just nine points heading into the New Year. West Brom were two-points better off when they ended 2004 bottom of the league standings before going on a remarkable run and sealing safety on the final day of the season under previous manager Bryan Robson. Coincidentally that was also the only season where no team has had their relegation confirmed prior to the last round of matches, with the Baggies leapfrogging Crystal Palace who were subsequently relegated alongside Norwich and Southampton. However, no team on single digits at Christmas has ever finished above the bottom three. The Christmas odds going against Premier League relegation contendersOnly three Premier League teams have ever survived relegation after being bottom of the table at Christmas and none of them are currently playing in the division. The festive period is time for celebration, but for Burnley, Luton and Sheffield United, it could be the time that marks the halfway point in their sole season back in the top-flight. Each have struggled to match the intensity of the Premier League and a gap is beginning to open up between the drop zone and the teams that they are propping up. 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