Wrexham vs Sheffield United Prediction, Head-To-Head, Live Stream Time, Date, Team News, Lineups Odds, STATS, Tips, And Betting Trends, Where To Watch Live English FA Cup 2023 Today Who Will Win Match Details – January 29

On Sunday (January 29), Wrexham will play Sheffield United at the Racecourse Ground in the fourth round of the FA Cup. With a thrilling 4-3 victory over Coventry City in the final round, the hosts secured their spot at this stage of the competition. The Welsh team qualified thanks to a goal and an assist from Sam Dalby.

In contrast, Sheffield defeated Millwall 2-0 in an all-Championship match in the previous round. The Blades made progress in the first half thanks to goals from Jayden Bogle and Daniel Jebbison. Wrexham is coming off a 3-0 National League victory over Gateshead. Ollie Palmer, Paul Mullin, and Thomas O’Connor all scored goals in the second half to lead the victory.

In the meantime, Sheffield defeated Hull City 1-0 at home in the Championship. The fourth-minute goal by Daniel Jebbison proved to be the difference between the two teams.


The Blades are currently unbeaten in nine games across all competitions, putting them on track to return to the Premier League. Since they have been drawn against a fifth-tier team, Paul Heckingbottom’s team will want to build on their league form with a deep run in the cup.

However, considering that the hosts defeated Championship opponents in the previous round, it would be foolish to write off Wrexham. Due to their excellent run of results over the past few months, the Robins are also overjoyed, and they will relish the opportunity to win.


  • Sheffield currently holds a 4-3 lead going into their 11th meeting.
  • Their last meeting was in the EFL Cup in 2004, which Sheffield won 3-2 on the road.
  • With eight victories, Sheffield is unbeaten in nine games across all competitions.
  • Wrexham has not lost a regular-season game in their last 22. Their only loss during this time was a 3-2 FA Trophy loss to Altrincham after extra time.
  • At least three goals have been scored in Wrexham’s last eight games across all competitions, with six of those games featuring goals on both ends.



  • Howard;
  • Cannon, Tozer, Hayden, Tunnicliffe, McFadzean;
  • Lee, Young, O’Connor;
  • Mullin, Palmer

Sheffield United:

  • Davies;
  • Basham, Egan, Robinson;
  • Bogle, McAtee, Norwood, Doyle, Lowe;
  • Sharp, Jebbison

Team news

Ben Tozer, Jordan Tunnicliffe, and Aaron Hayden could again line up in the middle of the back line in front of goalkeeper Mark Howard, who was the first-choice stopper in the Sheffield United team that reached the FA Cup semi-finals in the 2013-14 season. However, Thomas O’Connor and Luke Young are particularly established in the engine room. New signing Andy Cannon has a claim to a starting berth in defense or midfield.

Due to injuries, the Blades should remain without Ciaran Clark, Enda Stevens, Rhys Norrington-Davies, John Fleck, and Rhian Brewster. Oli McBurnie did make a return in the Hull City victory as a substitute, but he may not be risked from the start after a long absence.

Betting Tips

Sheffield to win Both teams to score more than 2.5 goals in the half with the most goals: Final portion

Where to watch

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