Back in October, when Chris Willock’s goal proved the difference between the sides, the London club became one of the few teams to defeat the Blades during Paul Heckingbottom’s reign..
Since then, manager Michael Beale has returned to Rangers as manager, and former Blackpool boss Neil Critchley has been appointed as his replacement. His side host the Blades on Monday evening on the back of a 3-0 home defeat to Luton Town on Thursday and Norwood said: “We expect a reaction..
They’ll be confident after beating us at Bramall Lane, though I’m not sure how. We played really well that night, and they scored on the break..
But, as we always say, we have to go there and impose ourselves. They’ll be in pain from the previous night, so we can expect a reaction. They’ve got some good players, some really good players, and we’re expecting a tough game in the Championship, as we always do.”
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United travel to London second in the Championship table and, depending on what happens in South Wales earlier that day when Burnley visit Swansea, could potentially tie the leaders, and Norwood’s boyhood club, with a win.
“This league is demanding and difficult,” said Norwood, a three-time Championship promotion winner. “Each team presents a unique challenge.”
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