Michael Brown reveals Sheffield United promotion hope but fears Middlesbrough

Michael Brown hopes his old team can secure a return to the Premier League but feels the race for second place “will be a sure thing”.

Sheffield United head into the bank holiday weekend in a strong position, with little desire to back Paul Heckingbottom’s men after their 1-0 win over Norwich on Saturday, along with Boro’s 4-2 defeat at Huddersfield. , they saw the gap between second and third widened to six points.

United also have one game left, which only serves to strengthen their position, but with two games in the space of four days to come, the promotion landscape could change yet again.

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The games are getting intense and fast-paced in April, with Sheffield United also in FA Cup semi-final action against Man City and there could well be more twists and turns ahead.

A fan favorite at Bramall Lane during his time under Neil Warnock and his form during the 2002-03 season, when his goals helped the team reach two cup semi-finals and a play-off final, Brown has been discussing the image of the promotion. on the William Hill and Footy Accumulators podcast, No Tippy Tappy Football.

He said: “Sheffield United haven’t really beaten any of their opponents this season, so they probably haven’t touched Burnley this year. Instead they like to polish teams, which is potentially why Middlesbrough are closing in on them.

“They definitely have a chance to catch Sheffield United, and it will be tight for sure.

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