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Team News

Sunderland’s Wes Brown has returned to training following his long-term knee injury, but this game has come too soon for him to feature.
Kieran Richardson and midfielder Sebastian Larsson are out, but Titus Bramble will again be included.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Chris Smalling will miss this match and Euro 2012 with a groin injury.
Striker Danny Welbeck again misses out with an ankle problem.(BBC Sport)

Match Stats

Sunderland v Manchester United

There have been more direct free kick goals in PL games involving Sunderland than any other team (5 scored, 4 conceded).

United have lost just two of their last 17 Premier League games, both by a 0-1 scoreline away from home and in their last two away games.

Three of the last five goals Manchester United have scored against Sunderland have been own goals by the Wearsiders,
two by Anton Ferdinand and one by Wes Brown.

The Black Cats have failed to score in eight of their last 10 league games against the Red Devils, including the last four in a row.

Man Utd have won 14 and lost none of their last 19 Premier League games against Sunderland.

Sunderland have gone seven Premier League games without a win, though they have drawn five of those.
27% of the goals Sunderland have conceded have been headers the highest proportion in the top flight.

Man Utd have scored the joint-most headers in the Premier League (15) this season.

Man Utd have won on the last day of the season in eight of the last nine seasons.

Sunderland’s win on the last day of 2010-11 (3-0 v West Ham) was their first in 10 Premier League seasons.

Two goals in this game will see Man Utd become only the fourth team in Premier League history to reach 90+ goals.

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