FLEETWOOD TOWN VS SUNDERLAND. Two in-form teams meet at Highbury on Saturday as Fleetwood Town host table toppers Sunderland. The Black Cats have won their last four games in all competitions, while Fleetwood have three wins and a draw in their last four. The Cod Army claimed an eye-catch 4-2 win at Rotherham in the last round of fixtures but may come unstuck against Sunderland on Saturday.
LINCOLN VS SUNDERLAND.Lincoln have lost four of their last eight outings at LNER Stadium and the Imps look set to come up short when they face Sunderland in the League 1 Play-Off semi-final this Wednesday night.That was certainly the case back in December when the Black Cats ran out emphatic 0-4 victors here, and overall, the visitors look a sound bet to establish a first leg advantage after winning 11 and losing just three of their 23 away trips this season.
SUNDERLAND VS BLACK POOL.With both of these sides out of form and desperately in need of a result to firm up their Play-Off credentials, we should be set for a dour clash at Stadium of Light this Tuesday.Third placed Sunderland make zero appeal at odds-on in the match betting after failing to win any of their last six outings (D3, L3) – a run which has ended their automatic promotion hopes.
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1 Bristol Rovers vs Sunderland Sunderland have only lost 1 of their 17 away matches in League One this season.They’ve have collected 23 points from their last 10 league games.No other side in the division has managed more.
BRISTOL V SUNDERLAND Bristol Rovers' survival chances suffered another hammer blow in midweek following defeat in their six-pointer against Swindon.
Stadium of Light will host Saturday’s football game between Sunderland and Doncaster Rovers. The Black Cats aim to bounce back from a 2-1 loss to Shrewsbury Town, and a win over the Donny should see them regain their place in top six. Sunderland are eyeing their fifth home win of the season, and given Doncaster’s shaky defence, we are tempted to put our money on the hosts. Conor McLaughlin (injury) should be the only absentee in the home team. Doncaster Rovers, on the other hand, experienced all sorts of
Wimbledon vs Northampton After sharing the points with AFC Wimbledon, Sunderland will be looking to keep their automatic promotion hopes alive when they take on Northampton Town at Six fields Stadium. The Black Cats rolled over Lincoln 4-0 in their last away game in the League One, which is surely giving fans a reason for optimism ahead of the trip to Northampton. It has to be noted that Sunderland are eyeing their fifth away win of the season. The Cobblers, on the other hand, quickly bounced back from a 4-0
Sunderland (2005/06) Points: 15, Goal Difference -43 The Black Cats extended their record-breaking streak to twenty games at the beginning of the season, setting the tone for the remainder of the campaign.By Christmas that they had attained one win and a mere seven points.
Crewe Alexandra will be looking to build on a 2-0 win over Accrington when they take on Sunderland at Alexandra Stadium on Matchday 32.
LINCOLN V SUNDERLAND Lincoln hardly prepared for the playoffs in ideal circumstances having failed to win any of their previous three League One matches, which resulted in a fifth-placed finish.The Imps were thumped 4-0 by Sunderland meeting back in December and will be desperately looking to end their six-game wait for a home victory having finished the season in wretched form at Cincil Bank.