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Nigel Clough has a number of dilemmas to work through before naming his team to face Crewe Alexandra at the weekend.
The Blades have recorded successive 2-0 wins but the personnel has changed, boss Clough made three changes for the midweek success over Yeovil Town.
Paddy McCarthy and Jay McEveley were the central defensive partnering against Bradford but missed out against Yeovil with knocks. Chris Basham and Harrison McGahey took over.
James Wallace has missed the last two games with a groin problem, whilst Jose Baxter was only deemed fit enough for the bench in midweek.
Marc McNulty has scored four in as many league games and could continue in attack and former Crewe striker Michael Higdon is available.
Crewe boss Steve Davis elected to rest youngster George Cooper and recall the Marcus Haber for the visit of Peterborough United in midweek and the Canadian international scored the match-winning penalty.
The Railwaymen, who have won their last three matches, have signed Danny Haynes on loan recently and he was on the bench for the Peterborough victory.
Former Blade Febian Brandy is also on loan at Crewe.
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