Daniel Bebbison remains suspended following the straight red card he accumulated during the reverse fixture in Wales. Wrexham will be without Aaron Hayden due to injury so James Jones, who scored against United, will be in from the start. The club’s star man Paul Mullin will lead the line after scoring 27 goals already this season. Reynolds will surely be in attendance if Wrexham welcome Spurs to town Sheffield United v Wrexham: What has been said? Ahead of the first meeting between the two sides, Wrexham star Mullin hailed the club’s Hollywood owners.
talkSPORT will once again have have live commentary, with Adrian Durham serving as your host. Commentary will then come from Jim Proudfoot and former England winger Trevor Sinclair. To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream. ou can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM. Getty Wrexham couldn’t quite hold onto their 3-2 lead FA Cup fifth round draw: Ryan Reynolds' Wrexham could welcome Spurs to Racecourse Ground Ince reveals how Ten Hag and Man United staff 'lacked respect' after FA Cup clash FA Cup fifth round draw: Date, time, ball numbers and talkSPORT coverage FA Cup final: Date, kick-off time and draw details as showpiece to end domestic season Wrexham fans sing 'there's only one Ryan Reynolds', and FA Cup clash is only the beginning Most goals in FA Cup history: Kane eyes top ten while Liverpool legend clear record holder Sheffield United v Wrexham: Team news The hosts have a lengthy injury list, with George Baldock, Enda Stevens, John Fleck, Rhian Brewster, Jack O’Connell and Rhys Norrington-Davies all sidelined.
Both teams’ main agenda this season is still promotion but a glamour tie hosting Premier League giants Tottenham awaits the victor. Sheffield United v Wrexham: talkSPORT coverage This FA Cup fourth-round replay is set to take place on Tuesday, February 7. Kick-off at Bramall Lane is scheduled for 7:45pm.
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Sheffield United v Wrexham LIVE: Red Dragons look to set up Tottenham showdownNational League side Wrexham will be looking to complete a Hollywood FA Cup upset when they face Sheffield United this week. The Welsh side, who are owned by celebrity stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, came within a whisker of eliminating the Championship side when they met at the Racecourse Ground. AFP Wrexham were minutes from another upset but will have to go again But a goal from Jon Egan in the fifth minute of stoppage-time rescued a 3-3 draw for the Blades to stop Wrexham advancing to the fifth round.
The last player to score eight goals was Danny Hylton in 2012-13 for Aldershot Town. Wrexham have scored 14 goals in the FA Cup proper this season, the most by a non-league side in a single campaign (first round onwards) since Woking in 1978-79 (also 14). The last to score more than 14 was Bishop Auckland in 1954-55 (15 goals). Sheffield United have progressed from seven of their last eight FA Cup ties against non-league teams, failing only in 2018-19 when they lost 1-0 to Barnet at Bramall Lane. Wrexham have never previously won away at Sheffield United in three previous visits (D1 L2), two in the league in 1979 and 1982 and a League Cup game in 1997.
Speaking to talkSPORT, Mullin said: “I think both Rob and Ryan are really good at making everyone feel comfortable, that’s one of their strengths. “The way they were perceived in the world – which they are in their own right – as big A-list superstars, but for us they’re just normal people. “They really try to get that across to you that they’re just like you, and they’re just really successful at their jobs and it’s the same as us, we want to be successful like them. “They are great owners and they do keep in touch and have very open conversations, if you want to speak to them you can, they’re always there to give you a helping hand and sometimes they’ll check up on you and how the family’s doing which is fantastic. ” Sheffield United v Wrexham: Match facts Wrexham striker Paul Mullin has netted seven goals in the FA Cup proper this season, the most by a player in a season since Will Grigg scored seven in 2017-18.
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