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Basham to blunt Blades

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Sheffield United will be without captain Chris Basham for their home clash with Scunthorpe.

Basham was shown a straight red card just before half-time in the 2-1 defeat at Port Vale and begins his three-game suspension.

On-loan defender Paddy McCarthy is set to feature for the last time before returning to Crystal Palace.

Blades boss Nigel Clough could again be without Ryan Flynn (hamstring), Craig Alcock (back), Ben Davies (foot) and James Wallace (groin/hamstring).

Scunthorpe are hopeful Luke Williams...

Dany boy punishes 10-man Blades

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Dany N'Guessan made no mistake with a late penalty to secure Port Vale a 2-1 victory over 10-man Sheffield United who had skipper Chris Basham sent off just before half-time.

The opening stages were hard-fought and even before Vale took the lead with the first chance of the game in the 16th minute.

Mark Marshall's corner was played to the edge of the penalty area where N'Guessan drilled in a low shot, which was cleverly flicked into the net by Ben Williamson.

Williamson, in the centre of goal six yards...

Blades held by Saddlers

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Walsall came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw at Sheffield United.

Tom Bradshaw equalised for the Saddlers just a few minutes after Chris O'Grady had opened the scoring for the hosts.

Jose Baxter went close in first-half stoppage time with a 25-yard effort which thumped the crossbar.

Baxter and O'Grady both headed off target earlier in the game while Stefan Scougall's header lacked the power to trouble goalkeeper Richard O'Donnell.

Walsall's only effort of note before the break came when Jordan Cook's...

 By Kevin Palmer

Ronald Koeman laments Southampton effort and Sheffield United behaviour

Sheffield United players celebrate scoring the lone goal in their 1-0 upset of Premier League club Southampton in the Capital One Cup.

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman offered up few excuses as his team was dumped out of the Capital One Cup by League One side Sheffield United.

Much of the optimism from Saints surprisingly vibrant start to the season has evaporated as they have now lost their last five matches, with Koeman claiming his side never got to grips with their opponents on a night when the Premier League side offered up just one shot on target.

"We are disappointed because we knew this was a tough game and this is not...

Sheffield United shock Southampton to reach Capital One Cup semifinals

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Sheffield United celebrate their winner against Southampton.

Sheffield United continue to be gripped by cup fever after they claimed a second Premier League upset of the season to book a Capital One Cup semi-final spot after beating hapless Southampton.

The League One Blades, who reached the last four of the FA Cup last season, saw off West Ham in the second round and were at it again in a one-sided quarter-final as Marc McNulty's 63rd-minute winner gave them a 1-0 victory over Ronald Koeman's men at Bramall Lane.

McNulty pounced from close range and that...