Nottingham Forest vs Sheffield United Live TV channel, live stream and how to watch Championship play-off
Nottingham Forest will host Sheffield United in the second leg of their Championship play-off semi-final this evening. Forest hold the advantage in their tie following a dramatic first leg on Saturday.Jack Colback and Brennan Johnson scored for Forest at Bramall Lane to seemingly put them in control of the tie.But a 91st-minute Sander Berge goal has given United hope ahead of the return leg. These two drew 1-1 in both matches in the regular season and will now clash once more for a place in the showpiece Championship play-off final.Huddersfield beat Luton last night to book their place at Wembley.Nottingham Forest v Sheffield United: talkSPORT commentary
This Championship play-off semi-final second leg will take place on Tuesday, May 17.talkSPORT will have exclusive coverage of the game at The City Ground which will kick off at 7:45pm.Hugh Woozencroft will be your host and commentary will come from Ian Danter and former Arsenal midfielder Adrian Clarke.after Arsenal lossFIERY Laura Woods in brutal response to Tottenham fan on talkSPORT after dig at Arsenal SWOOP Tottenham set to sign two of Premier League's best performing players in £67m dealBLOW Chelsea sale thrown into doubt amid government concerns over where proceeds will go OUCH Spurs taking fourth spot 'like wife running off with school bully', says Arsenal heroEMBRACE Guardiola reveals what he said to tearful Noble in classy moment to West Ham legend
Nottingham Forest v Sheffield United: Team news
Keinan Davis is pushing for a return to Forest’s starting line-up.Davis featured for the final 13 minutes of the first-leg after shrugging off a hamstring strain, and could replace Sam Surridge up front. Forest have no new injury concerns, with Ryan Yates passed fit despite suffering another knock to his injured shoulder.Lewis Grabban and Max Lowe are sidelined until the end of the season with hamstring and groin injuries respectively.Meanwhile, United are still unsure on the fitness of striker Billy Sharp heading into the game.The 36-year-old has only played 20 minutes since the start of April after suffering a calf injury and it remains to be seen whether he will be involved on Tuesday. The Blades will go into the clash with the same squad which could see manager Paul Heckingbottom go unchanged into the fixture.George Baldock returned to action having played 20 minutes in the 2-1 loss to Forest at Bramall Lane in the first leg and could feature again.Nottingham Forest v Sheffield United: What has been said?
Forest boss Steve Cooper: “Half-time gets mentioned quite a lot when we speak about play-offs, and at half-time in any normal game you would try and carry on. I think this is fairly similar.“I think we’ve approached games this season in a certain manner which has served us well, so we won’t come away from that. Preparations will stay the same. “Taking a step aside from the game, it was a really good occasion on Saturday. It’s great to be part of the play-offs and they’re the games everyone tunes into.“We’re looking forward to the game. We love going back home and playing at The City Ground, and when the games have something on them like this one, we’re even more excited. “All we’ve got to be do is be confident in our work, commit to the plan and believe in what we do. The spirit is really high and the training ground has been excellent.“We’ve had incredible support this season. There’s been times where we’ve had to really work to get a result, but the fans have kept us going. Our support both home and away has been incredible, but it’s our responsibility to try and get them feeling that way.