BBC Sport: Sheffield United restored a seven-point cushion in the race for automatic promotion after an own goal from Ryan Porteous sealed victory against Championship play-off hopefuls Watford.
Sky Sports: After 73 minutes, United finally found the net for what proved to be the winner. Norwood’s corner found McBurnie at the far post, whose header back across goal caused an unfortunate Porteous to turn the ball into his own net.
BHappy: For all that we’re going to leave Bramall Lane far grumpier than we walked into it, there are positives to take from the afternoon. The first is that whilst Ferreira and Kamara are perhaps the two of the remaining absentees most obviously candidates for a swift return to the starting eleven, both deputy full-backs excelled again here and will take some displacing. Mario Gaspar suddenly looks very far from the busted flush that we feared we’d been lumbered with earlier in the season, whilst James Morris has lost all of his tentativeness and is confident enough to play himself out of trouble with his weaker foot at one point. He also hammers up and down the left flank relentlessly, frequently the source of the ball into the box displaying an aggression in attacking areas that we need rather more of. His wonderful ball from the touchline on the sprint in the second half finds Davis at the far post, who chests the ball lamely at Foderingham. This is a dreadful miss – dumping in a far post header like this should be food and drink to a big centre forward.
Fran’s Watford Blog: As we reflected on the day, and the season so far, there was a lack of enthusiasm for the play-offs or for us to get promoted. We are not strong enough and another season of consolidation and growth would be preferable to getting beaten every week. Anyway, most of us old folk quite like going to games in the Championship.