Bromby aims for Blues surprise
By Mark Buckingham. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Leigh Bromby is hoping Sheffield United can surprise Premiership champions Chelsea.
The Blades host Chelsea at Bramall Lane on Saturday, live on PremPlus, with Neil Warnock's men aiming to cause an upset.
With the club having returned to The Premiership this season, Bromby admits there is little expectation ahead of Chelsea's visit.
And the defender is hoping to use that to the team's advantage as The Blades look for a second league win of the campaign.
"Sometimes it's nice to be the underdog," Bromby told Sky Sports News.
"There is no pressure on us, no one is expecting us to win or get any result, so hopefully we may be able to surprise a few people.
"On the day, you never know. Maybe we can turn it into a cup tie and we might surprise a few people."
United's solitary Premiership win this term came against Middlesbrough late in September, with Phil Jagielka's injury-time goal settling the match.
Bromby admits that, after starting the season without a win in the opening six games, it was important to pick up three points against Boro.
He added: "People were talking about when the first win was going to come, so it was a massive win for us.
"It gave us a little bit of confidence as a team to go on now."