Sunderland

20th Premier League | 5-23-6
  • Goals For
    19th
    26 GF
  • Assists
    20th
    10 GA
  • Shots
    19th
    232 Shots
  • Saves
    1st
    151 SAV
  • Premier League Preview: Sunderland vs. Bournemouth
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    Premier League Preview: Sunderland vs. Bournemouth

    Sunderland won 2-1 on Nov. 5 Fourth meeting since 1990 Sunderland leads all-time 5W-3D-1L Sunderland looks to keep its faint hopes of Premier League safety alive by managing a season sweep of Bournemouth when the two sides meet at the Stadium of Light on Saturday (Watch live at 10 a.m. ET on CNBC and online via NBCSports.com). The Black Cats are a mess, having lost to Tees-Wear Derby rivals Middlesbrough on Wednesday and living 12 points back of 17th place Swansea City. Bournemouth battered Middlesbrough 4-0 last weekend to move seven points clear of the drop zone, and can finish the day in the top half with a win up north. What they’re saying Sunderland boss David Moyes on calls for him to quit: “I’m

  • La Liga: Sevilla win late to move even with Atletico Madrid in 3rd
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    La Liga: Sevilla win late to move even with Atletico Madrid in 3rd

    MADRID (AP) Wissam Ben Yedder scored three minutes after entering the game to give Sevilla a late 2-1 win over 10-man Celta Vigo in the Spanish league on Thursday. The victory moved Sevilla even on points with third-place Atletico Madrid with four matches left. Third place guarantees an automatic spot in the Champions League next season, while the fourth-placed team has to go through a playoff. Ben Yedder netted the winner from close range after a low cross by Samir Nasri in the 79th minute, beating a defender to the ball and hitting the top of the net with a right-footed shot. “It was a complex game but the team was able to overcome the difficulties,” Sevilla coach Jorge Sampaoli said. Joaquin

  • Fans to vent anger at Moyes; Sunderland boss desperate for a boost amidst doubts over his future
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    Fans to vent anger at Moyes; Sunderland boss desperate for a boost amidst doubts over his future

    Sunderland fans are expected to continue their public display of anger directed toward David Moyes this afternoon as Bournemouth arrive at the Stadium of Light for the penultimate home fixture of the season. A largely apathetic slump toward relegation and a collective shrug of the shoulders has characterised the Wearside crowd for the bulk of this season, but terrace angst has been building since former Black Cats' target Andre Ayew struck in the 5th minute against West Ham. Since then, the mood amongst supporters has dramatically changed. Another early goal conceded against Middlesbrough midweek in the Tees-Wear derby did little to ease the antagonism aimed towards Moyes by the travelling Sunderland