Sunderland

Goodison Park

Next Game: Barclays Prem

Everton - S'land

Sat 9th May Goodison ParkBetting

Nickname:
The Black Cats
Ground:
Stadium of Light
Capacity:
49000
Website:
Official Site

S'land Tables

Barclays Prem
TeamPldPts
Chelsea3583
Man City3570
Arsenal3470
Man Utd3565
Liverpool3561
Tottenham3558
So'ton3557
Swansea 3553
West Ham3547
Stoke3547
Everton3544
C Palace3542
W Brom3540
A Villa3535
Newcastle3535
Leicester3534
Hull City3534
S'land3433
QPR3527
Burnley3526

S'land Fixtures

Sat 9th May 2015
Everton v
S'land
Sat 16th May 2015
S'land v
Leicester
Wed 20th May 2015
Arsenal v
S'land
Sun 24th May 2015
Chelsea v
S'land

S'land Results

Sat 2nd May 2015
S'land2
So'ton1
Sat 25th Apr 2015
Stoke1
S'land1
Sat 11th Apr 2015
S'land1
C Palace4
Sun 5th Apr 2015
S'land1
Newcastle0
Sat 21st Mar 2015
West Ham1
S'land0
Sat 14th Mar 2015
S'land0
A Villa4
Tue 3rd Mar 2015
Hull City1
S'land1
Sat 28th Feb 2015
Man Utd2
S'land0
Sat 21st Feb 2015
S'land0
W Brom0
Sun 15th Feb 2015
Bradford2
S'land0

TEAMtalk Poll

Who do you think will compete in this season's Champions League final?

Results

Massive win for Sunderland

Hope is alive for Sunderland after two Jordi Gomez penalties earned them a 2-1 home win over Southampton.

Advocaat: Hard work paid off

Dick Advocaat thinks hard work paid dividends after watching his Sunderland team secure a 2-1 victory over Southampton.

Black Cats seek another escape

Sunderland players say last season’s great escape from relegation can inspire the Black Cats to beat the drop again.

Advocaat: No repeat

Dick Advocaat says there will be no repeat of the 8-0 drubbing Sunderland suffered when they last played Southampton.

Sunderland Features

Chelsea: Backed to wrap up title

PL Predictions: Chelsea and Arsenal to win

Mark Holmes and AFC Wimbledon fan J. Willgoose of Public Service Broadcasting are backing Chelsea, Arsenal, Man Utd and Liverpool for wins.

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PL pre-match stats: Roo hot, Al's Blues run

We have all the PL stats, with set-piece kings West Brom probably hoping Wayne Rooney sits out, and Alan Pardew on a good run against Chelsea.

Nigel Pearson: Will be celebrating, according to Merson

Merson tips Foxes, backs United & Reds

Paul Merson backs Leicester to edge their key clash with Newcastle, while Manchester United and Liverpool are tipped to bounce back with wins.

Your Say

mackemman : "Hi Lads. I know one result does not make a season, but that one on Saturday was massive. Great to hear the crowd singing their hearts out and what a difference that makes. A real wall of sound which I am sure made the Southampton players a bit edgy and..."

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