The quartet provided in-depth analysis of the Spurs game in the chat – which you can watch in full above – and then turned their attentions to Wednesday's game. As a former Blade, Webber thinks United are in for a tough game when Old Trafford hosts its first behind-closed-doors fixture in two days' time.
“It's going to be a tough one, because they've just been beaten 3-0 by Newcastle and they always recover well,” warned the 38-year-old. “If you look at the last three years, whatever division they're in, they always recover well if they've taken a defeat. It's a case of winning the scrap and earning the right to go and play, if United are going to go and win the game. But it's a must-win.”
Thornley is able to offer insight into Chris Wilder's team, having played under the forthright Yorkshireman at Halifax Town, and Ben thinks the absence of a crowd may harm the Blades' chances as much as it will affect United.
“Their away record has been tremendous, so [Sunday's defeat to Newcastle] just proves that they can't play in front of no fans!” suggested Thornley. “They need fans there in an away stadium to be able to perform, and let's hope that that vein continues on Wednesday night. I played under Chris Wilder for a short time, and I know how much his man-management skills come into it by whipping people up, and he's not going to have the help of any sort of crowd to feed off for that.”
The match kicks off at 18:00 BST on Wednesday 24 June, and will be televised on Sky One, Sky Sports and Pick.