their away record says otherwise and they will remember why they lost and combat it, plus Rotherham's lost a pretty good player too lol
This game is very tricky to predict. On analysis of each side, you'd have to say the Blades are stronger, only a fool would suggest otherwise. They're in better form too.
For Berge leaving read Barlaser for Rotherham.
However; it's a derby. And for derby games form often goes flying out the window. For an example of this look no further than our two games against the deckchairs. Under Wilder this season we were drastically underperforming, along come the Mackems at our place, a win, yes please. Then take the reverse fixture at their place. We're flying, shooting up the table then along they come and spoil the party for a weekend.
On both occasions the home side won, against what the form table would suggest.
Looking specifically at derby games this tends to happen more often than not unless the gulf is huge eg Newcastle playing Hartlepool in a cup game.