West Bromwich Albion VS Sunderland – Match Preview

The Black Cats travel down to The Hawthorns, as they look to move up into the play-off places.

Both Sunderland and The Baggies see this game as a must win to keep their play-off dreams alive.

The Black Cats go into the game on decent form, despite a disappointing draw at home to Huddersfield on Tuesday night.

They are currently unbeaten in their 6 games, winning 2 and drawing 4, so they will be hoping that they can start to turn them draws into wins coming into the last e games of the season.

West Brom are unbeaten in their last 3 games, and they have won in their last 2.

Sunderland are currently in 10th, but a win would see them shoot up into 6th.

The Baggies are 8th in the table, and 1 point above The Black Cats.

A win would see them move up into 5th in the table.

In the reverse fixture, West Brom came back from behind to beat Sunderland 2-1 at the Stadium of Light, after an Amad Diallo penalty put The Black Cats in front in the first half.

Tony Mowbray has confirmed Danny Batth will miss the remainder of the season with a knee injury.

Dennis Cirkin is set to return after serving his one match ban, and Edouard Michut will be assessed before the game, as he returns from his back problem.


West Brom 0-2 Sunderland

Scorers- Jack Clarke and Amad