Norwich City's latest Sky Bet Championship assignment sees them travel to Bramall Lane to face Sheffield United on Saturday August 18 (3pm).
After a draw and a defeat in their opening two league matches, Daniel Farke will be hoping his team can notch three points for the first time season.
Here's all you need to know ahead of the Canaries' latest test of the season:
Getting to Bramall Lane
The postcode for Bramall Lane is S2 4SW. For directions from Carrow Road, click HERE.
Sheffield Railway Station is located just under a mile away from Bramall Lane. It is around a 15 minute walk away.
Walk straight along Shoreham Street passing BBC Radio Sheffield and the University Engineering Centre on your right, until reaching the large traffic light junction and crossover. Turn up to the right along St Mary’s Road, past the Church to the next junction and turn left into Bramall Lane.
Tickets for the match are priced:
Students in full time education with a valid NUS card and 18 to 21-year-olds £18
Club Canary coach travel is available at £22 with a £1 discount for season ticket holders and members. Coaches will leave Carrow Road at 9:30am.
Please note Under-14s must be accompanied by an adult.
On the day, ticket prices will increase by £2 on a match day and will be available after 1:30pm from the away ticket office (next to the away turnstiles), cash only.
Meet the opposition
Sheffield United impressed on their return to the Sky Bet Championship last season and ended finishing a more than respectable 10th.
Manager Chris Wilder has been at the Club since May 2016 and boasts an admirable managerial CV with promotions from the Conference and League Two in previous roles and from League One with the Blades.
The departure of young midfielder David Brooks to Bournemouth for around £11 million in the summer allowed the Club to spend the cash on areas they felt needed improving.
Centre-back John Egan was the most lucrative signing in the window, joining from Brentford for £4.5 million.
Dean Henderson and Ben Woodburn have arrived on loan from Manchester United and Liverpool respectively as they hope to prove themselves at this level.
Whereas the signings David McGoldrick and Oliver Norwood will give the Blades' squad much more experience throughout the season.
So far, United have won one of their three Championship matches, with that victory coming last weekend as they beat Queens Park Rangers 2-1 at Loftus Road.
In this fixture last season, an early Yanic Wildschut strike saw City grind out a 1-0 victory at Bramall Lane, part a record-breaking run of five consecutive clean sheets for the Canaries.
Blades: 1 Dean Henderson, 2 George Baldock, 3 Enda Stevens, 4 John Fleck, 5 Jack O'Connell, 6 Chris Basham, 7 John Lundstram, 9 Leon Clarke, 10 Billy Sharp, 11 Ben Woodburn, 12 John Egan, 13 Jake Wright, 14 Ryan Leonard, 15 Paul Coutts, 16 Oliver Norwood, 17 David McGoldrick, 18 Kieron Freeman, 19 Richard Stearman, 20 Kean Bryan, 21 Mark Duffy, 24 Daniel Lafferty
How to follow
Overseas supporters can watch the match on iFollow and UK-based supporters can get full audio commentary of the match, provided by BBC Radio Norfolk's Chris Goreham.
Alternatively, we will be running regular updates on our Twitter account, including reaction after the final whistle.
Highlights of the match will be able to view the very next day on our YouTube and social channels.