Bristol City v Sheffield United preview
Last Updated: 04/05/18 5:03pm
Bristol City will be without Nathan Baker and several other players for their home game against Sheffield United.
Baker was forced off with concussion in last week's home draw against Nottingham Forest and will play no part on the final day.
Boss Lee Johnson confirmed "five or six" other unnamed first-team players were carrying knocks and would be assessed, adding some of City's youngsters could be handed their chance. Defender Bailey Wright is expected to miss out again due to his ongoing knee problem.
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Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder is expected to choose from an unchanged squad. Wilder has no major new injury concerns following his side's home defeat to Preston last week.
Defender Jake Wright remains doubtful due to the knee injury which has kept him out of the last two matches. Goalkeeper Simon Moore returned to the bench last week after recovering from tonsilitis, but midfielder Paul Coutts (broken leg) is still out.
Bristol City have lost three of their last four home league matches against Sheffield United (W1), losing each of the last two.
The Blades haven't lost back to back league matches against Bristol City since December 1998.
Victory over Sheffield United would see Bristol City finish the season on 70 points - their highest tally in the second tier since reaching the playoffs in 2007-08 with 74 points.
Sheffield United have won just one of their last eight league games (D4 L3).
Bobby Reid has both scored and assisted in his last two home games (two goals, two assists). The last Championship player to both score and assist in three consecutive home league games in a single season was Adel Taarabt for QPR in 2010/11 (4 games - 5 goals, 5 assists).
Leon Clarke has scored 31% of Sheffield United's 59 league goals this season (18 goals) - no player has scored a higher percentage of their sides goals.