Sheff Utd in all time records

Attendance68,287: vs Leeds United 15/02/1936 FA Cup R5
Gate receipts261,758: vs Manchester United 14/02/1993 FA Cup R5
Best league win10 - 0: vs Port Vale 10/12/1892 Division 2
Worst league loss3 - 10: vs Middlesbrough 18/11/1933 Division 1
Best cup win5 - 0: vs Newcastle United 10/01/1914 FA Cup R1
Worst cup loss0 - 13: vs Bolton Wanderers 01/02/1890 FA Cup R2
Most capped playerBilly Gillespie: 25 Northern Ireland
League appearancesJoe Shaw: 629 1948/66
League goalsHarry Johnson: 205 1919/30
Goals in a seasonJimmy Dunne: 41 1930/31 Division 1
Transfer fee received£3,000,000: Lee Morris Derby County October 1999
Transfer fee paid£2,500,000: Claude Davis Preston 14 June 2006
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Match in Focus


Ireland v N Ireland

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Ireland have two clean sheets in nine home games
Expert verdict
This will be a friendly in name only and looks set to conjure up goals in the first Irish derby since 2011. Both sides are out of form and bottom of their Nations League groups but will be motivated to perform under the lights of the Aviva Stadium. The return of Kyle Lafferty should be a big boost for the visitors.