Danny Wilson is hoping to replicate the two victories he has already achieved at Notts County as Blades boss.
Under his stewardship, United won 5-2 in League One at Meadow Lane last term, whilst earlier in this campaign a 4-1 Johnstone's Paint Trophy success was secured.
"We have had two fantastic wins there in recent times and to replicate anything like that would do very nicely, but we expect a tough game," said Wilson. "Those two results will be an incentive for them, though, because they won't want to see that kind of scoreline against them again.
"Despite a few disappointing results of late they are still within touching distance of the top sides and everyone knows you can soon climb the table with two or three consecutive wins. I would still expect them to be there or thereabouts for a top six spot come the end of the season."
Wilson added: "They haven't played since New Year's Day, so they will be well rested and perhaps that could be an advantage to them.
"But they have lost their last three home matches so the pressure is on them and we go there looking to get the Yeovil performance out of our systems."