Sunderland Vs Stoke City Preview: Premier League Live Streaming, Team News, Predicted Line-Ups, Match Facts and More

Relegation threatened Sunderland host the Potters at the Stadium of Light.

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Venue Stadium of Light, Monday 8pm

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Last season Sunderland 4 Stoke City 0

Referee L Mason

This season’s matches 21 Y69, R0, 3.29 cards per game



Subs from Westwood, Bardsley, Cuéllar, Mangane, Bramble, Vaughan, Mandron, Marrs, Laidler

Doubtful Bramble (calf)

Injured Cattermole (knee, Aug), Fletcher (ankle, Aug), Brown (knee, unknown), Wickham (calf, unkown)

Suspended Sessègnon (first of three)

Form guide LWWLLD Disciplinary record Y57 R1

Leading scorer Fletcher 11

Stoke City

Subs from Sorensen, Cameron, Owen, Jones, Wilkinson, Whitehead, Palacios, Kightly, Shea, Ness, Etherington

Doubtful None

Injured Wilson (hamstring, unknown)

Suspended None

Form guide WWLLLD

Disciplinary record Y73 R3

Leading scorer Walters 7



Sunderland are unbeaten in their four previous Premier League home meetings with Stoke, keeping four clean sheets in the process (W3, D1).

Stoke have failed to score in the previous three meetings between the sides.

The Black Cats failed to muster a single shot on target in the 0-0 draw at the Britannia Stadium back in October.


Sunderland have won only one of their last six home matches.

They last won back-to-back Premier League home matches in December.

The Black Cats haven’t won any of their last 17 Premier League games on a Monday, a run stretching back to April 2002, when they beat Leicester 2-1.

Danny Graham has failed to score in his last 13 Premier League matches since scoring for Swansea on New Year’s Day in their 2-2 home draw with Aston Villa.


Stoke have won their last two Premier League matches, having lost six of the previous seven.

The Potters have lost six of their last seven league matches away from home.

According to Opta, Stoke have hit the target with only 38% of their total shots this season, the worst record in the top flight.

Stoke have kept clean sheets in their last two Premier League matches. They last kept three successive clean sheets in the division between March and April 2010.

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