Newcastle United will travel to Sheffield United on Thursday full of confidence after claiming a 2-2 draw against Manchester City.
Goals from Jetro Willems and Jonjo Shelvey handed Steve Bruce’s side a point against the champions despite falling behind twice at St James’ Park.
Jermaine Jenas has spoken out on the Blades’ struggles to turn their draws into three points, claiming that teams could take advantage of them when they meet.
“He (Wilder) must have been really frustrated, they created so many chances, I felt like they dominated at least seventy minutes of this game,” he said.
The former Magpies’ midfielder went on to claim that the Blades’ lack of killer instinct in the final third during this season is an area that they need to improve in.
“But that (wasting chances) is happening a little bit too much, where they’re getting in great positions and not punishing teams, and you just knew that Wolves were going to get back into this game…punish them, have that killer instinct.”
The Magpies have picked up points in tough games such as the draw against City and the win over Bournemouth, where they fell behind in both, but after not being put away, they managed to come back and earn some points from unlikely positions.
Given Jenas’ comments on their next opponents, Newcastle could certainly take advantage of the Blades if they struggle in the final third once again.