No Liverpool shirt swaps, says Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder

Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder has warned his players not to be more”starry eyed” and considering swapping shirts when they confront Premier League leaders Liverpool on Saturday.
The Blades have created an impressive start to their first Premier League effort because 2006-07 to sit 10th following six matches, but face their stiffest challenge yet when they host the champions.
By winning their opening six games a lead has opened up at the top of the table, and have expanded their Premier League streak into 15 matches stretching back to previous year.
“I don’t need to look at this match with our gamers starry eyed,” Wilder said. “Speaking for their players before and’will I swap tops and any possibility of registering up?'”
“We’re in this game on a level playing field, concerning a Premier League fixture. Of course there’s huge gaps between both clubs right now and we’re attempting to make that gap a little bit nearer.
“So I think if you ask our players before the game, they wish to get stuck into the opposition and they would like to put individual performances on.
“I don’t want Liverpool just to come into our backyard on Saturday afternoon and proceed nicely thanks very much that’s as simpler three factors as we have picked up all season.”
Liverpool will pose a attacking danger for Sheffield United.
Sheffield United have lined up to start the season, however, Wilder acknowledged that they may require some extra aid to comprise Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah.
“It might not turn into a rear three… it could turn into a back 10, or a rear 11,” Wilder said.
“They have caused greater sides than us untold problems concerning the way that they move the ball around the pitch and also the way they attack with quality and pace.
“So they do not reveal just as much quality as they have done over the previous two or three years.

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