Blades duo miss Tractor Boys visit

Sheffield United will be without striker Jamie Ward and winger Keith Treacy for the home game with Ipswich in the Championship on Tuesday.

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Winger Treacy, on loan from Blackburn, sustained a knee injury in Saturday's defeat at Swansea and could be ruled out for the rest of the season if the Blades' worst fears are confirmed and the Irishman has damaged cruciate ligaments.

Ward has missed the last two matches after tearing a hamstring in the recent derby win over Sheffield Wednesday.

Skipper Chris Morgan and midfielder Nick Montgomery shook off knocks to start at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday and apart from long-term absentee Gary Naysmith, who is recovering from cruciate knee ligament damage, manager Kevin Blackwell has no other new injury or suspension problems for the visit of Roy Keane's struggling Tractor Boys to Bramall Lane.

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