Date: 1st May 2013 at 8:25pm
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Vital Sheffield United looks at the head-to-head record against Yeovil Town ahead of the first leg of the play-off semi-final at Bramall Lane on Friday night.

With Yeovil only being promoted to the Football League ten years ago, the two clubs have only met in the last two seasons.

United won the first three meetings, before Yeovil won 2-0 when the two sides met at Bramall Lane in January.

Last season United completed the double. They met for the first time on August 27th 2011 when a Chris Porter goal just before half time was enough to give United a 1-0 win at Huish Park.

When the two sides met for the first time at Bramall Lane the following January, goals from Lee Williamson (2), Richard Cresswell and Michael Doyle earned United a comfortable 4-0 win.

This season, a Neil Collins bullet header in the second half was enough for United at Huish Park back in September.

The return at Bramall Lane in January saw an inform Yeovil and an out of form United meet. Two goals from Paddy Madden won the game 2-0 for Yeovil, their first win and also the first time they had scored against United.

Full History
2011/12 Yeovil 0-1 Sheffield United
2011/12 Sheffield United 4-0 Yeovil
2012/13 Yeovil 0-1 Sheffield United
2012/13 Sheffield United 0-2 Yeovil


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