Ratings: Burnley v Sheffield United

HERE are the Sheffield United player ratings from this evening's Premier League game against Burnley at Turf Moor.

Burnley's James Tarkowski rises above Sheffield United rival John Egan. Picture: SPORTIMAGE.

Ramsdale: Made two excellent first-half saves to deny Barnes and Wood, but had no chance with Mee's header. 7

Basham: Few surges forward. A whole-hearted player who has suffered along with his colleagues this term. 6

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Egan: Wood and Barnes showed their nous at times and were a handful. Fired a crisp shot over in the second period. 6

Robinson: Sacrificed in the second half as the Blades sought a way back. 6

Baldock: Heart and energy, but one of many who has not had the impact of last season. Saw a deflected second-half shot flash narrowly wide. 6

Ampadu: Beaten too easily by Mee for Burnley's opener. 5

Osborn: Tried his best, but could not enforce himself against a Clarets' central midfield who have been around the block. 6

Stevens: One or two nice bits of approach play. Still inhibited by last year's standards, but pushed forward when the chance arose. Booked. 6

McGoldrick: Tried to make things happen and picked up some intelligent positions. Not many others are on his wavelength. 7

Brewster: Close with a first-half header, but it continued to not happen for him. Attitude was decent, mind. How he needs a goal. 5

Mousset: A surprise to see him start, but did not make the most of it. Peripheral. 5

Substitutes: Fleck (Robinson 57); 6

Burke (Mousset 63), 6.

Norwood (Ampadu 67), 6.

Not used: Verrips, Lowe, Bogle, Bryan.