English Premier League EDT (USA Time), BST (British Time), IST (Indian Time), GMT+0, Live Stream and TV telecast: Sunderland will host Crystal Palace at their home turf of Stadium of Light this Saturday, September 24th.
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Match: Sunderland Vs Crystal Palace (English Premier League)
Date: September 24th, 2016; 10:00 EDT, 15:00 BST, 14:00 GMT+0, 19:30 IST
Venue: Stadium of Light, Sunderland
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David Moyes’ team has yet to win this season after starting this campaign with two back-to-back losses before settling for a 1–1 draw with Southampton in their Round 3 match. The Black Cats are again on a two-game losing run and will hope to stop this run of bad luck once more in their matchweek 6 fixture. Last Sunday Sunderland narrowly lost 0–1 to last season’s third-place squad Tottenham Hotspur on the road at the White Hart Lane.
On the other hand, Alan Pardew’s Crystal Palace crushed Stoke City, 4–1, at the Selhurst Park last Sunday. Palace is currently at eighth spot in the overall domestic table as they completed their second back-to-back win after starting the season with three winless performances.
Sunderland Vs Crystal Palace: Head-to-Head Stats
The Black Cats have failed to win any of their three Premier League home fixtures against Crystal Palace, drawing two and losing one.
There has been a goal in the 80th minute or later in five of the six Premier League matches between these teams, including four strikes in the 90th minute.
Sunderland: Predicted Line-up (4–3‑3)
Pickford – Manquillo, Koné, Djilobodji, Denayer – Ndong, Kirchhoff, Cattermole – Borini, Pienaar, Defoe.
Crystal Palace: Predicted Line-up (4–2‑3–1)
Mandanda – Kelly, Dann, Tomkins, Ward – Ledley, McArthur – Zaha, Puncheon, Townsend – Benteke.