English Premier League EDT (USA Time), BST (British Time), IST (Indian Time), GMT+0, Live Stream and TV telecast: Sunderland want to cancel their winless run in the Premier League when they welcome West Brom to the Stadium of light on Saturday, October 1st.
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Match: Sunderland Vs West Brom (English Premier League)
Date: October 1st, 2016; 10:00 EDT, 15:00 BST, 14:00 GMT+0, 19:30 IST
Venue: Stadium of Light, Sunderland
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The Black Cats have five defeats and a draw so far this season and the team is currently undergoing three-game losing streak. With their recent problems, Sunderland are now at the rock bottom of the English Premier League table with fellow winless side Stoke City just a point above them in the bottom three relegation zone. Last Saturday Sunderland were unfortunate to lose 2–3 to streaking squad Crystal Palace also at their home turf for their third straight defeat. As for the Black Cats injury update they have plenty of injured players, namely Adnan Januzaj, Stephen Pienaar, Vite Mannone, Seb Larsson and Fabio Borini.
On the other hand, West Bromwich Albion earned a second consecutive unbeaten performance settling for a 1–1 away stalemate with Stoke City also last Saturday. After the first half ended in 0–0, Stoke midfielder Joe Allen netted the opener at the 73rd minute, but Venezuelan forward Salomon Rondon was able to equal the score in stoppage time to snatch the draw for head coach Tony Pulis’ side. The Baggies are now at 10th place in the overall standings as they are tied on points with Southampton. As regards injury news, the Baggies are be hoping that Brendan Galloway and striker Saido Berahino will recover from a viral infection.
Sunderland Vs West Brom: Head-to-Head Stats
The Black Cats have won once in their last 13 Premier League contests with West Brom (D4 L8) — winning 2–0 in May 2014.
Tony Pulis has avoided defeat in his last six Premier League outings against Sunderland (W1 D5), keeping five clean sheets.