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 Post subject: Match Reports: Sunderland v Birmingham Sat 23/12/17 15:00
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https://www.safc.com/news/team-news/2017/december/team-news-v-birmingham-city

Team news:
Oviedo & McNair doubtful




Chris Coleman is expecting to have pretty much the same squad of players at his disposal this weekend against Birmingham City.


The Welshman believes Saturday’s match will come too soon for Costa Rican full-back Bryan Oviedo and midfielder Paddy McNair, who have been sidelined since the start of the month.

Didier Ndong provided a welcome boost last Saturday as he returned to action against Fulham, and the Black Cats boss has revealed the Gabon international has trained well this week as attentions switch to Birmingham City.

Speaking to safc.com, Coleman mulled over his options for Saturday's home match against Birmingham while providing update on the fitness of defender Lamine Kone.

“I think this weekend will be a bit early for Bryan Oviedo and we don’t think Paddy McNair will be available either,” he said,

“Didier Ndong got 15 or 20 minutes at the weekend and has trained well today so that is quite positive.

“Lamine Kone is out for another four weeks at least.

“Jack Rodwell is still working hard in training but not fit so we have pretty much got what we have got going into a big match this weekend.”


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Sunderland welcome Birmingham to the Stadium of Light on Saturday looking for their second successive win.

The Black Cats ended a 364 day wait for a home win by beating Fulham on Saturday, as Josh Maja’s first senior strike proved to be the difference.

Chris Coleman’s side are now out of the relegation zone and they face a Blues side who currently sit bottom of the Championship.

Steve Cotterill’s team are without a win in five games and it is a huge opportunity for Sunderland to open up a gap on their relegation rivals.

What time does Sunderland vs Birmingham kick-off?

The action gets under way at 3pm.

It is one of 11 Championship games taking place on Saturday.

Is Sunderland vs Birmingham on TV? How can I follow it live?

This one is not on TV. You can, however, follow all the action on ChronicleLive with our matchday live blog. We’ll be bringing you all the pre-match talk, live match commentary and any post-match reaction and analysis.

What are the injury concerns? Who is in the teams?

The Black Cats will be without Lamine Kone, Billy Jones, Jonny Williams, Jack Rodwell and Duncan Watmore will miss the game through injury. Paddy McNair and Bryan Oviedo are both doubtful.

Sunderland likely XI: Ruiter; Love, O’Shea, Browning, Wilson, Matthews; Gooch, Gibson, Honeyman; Grabban, Vaughan

Birmingham likely XI: Stockdale; Colin, Morrison, Dean, Grounds; Davis, Gardner, Kieftenbeld; Jota, Boga; Gallagher

Who is the ref?

West Midlands referee Oliver Langford will be the man in the middle on Saturday.

It is the third time he has officiated Sunderland this season, having taken charge of their 1-1 draw with Derby and their Carabao Cup defeat at Everton.


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Resurgent Sunderland are without injured midfielder Lee Cattermole, who has been ruled out for a month with a thigh strain ahead of the visit of the Championship's bottom club Birmingham.

Paddy McNair is close to a return, although not yet ready, but Bryan Oviedo is back in the squad.

Birmingham midfielder David Davis (ankle) will have a late fitness test.

But defender Marc Roberts and forward Che Adams both remain sidelined with hamstring injuries.

Sunderland's 1-0 win over Fulham last weekend ended a 364-day wait for a competitive home win - but they have still won a joint-low seven points at home this season in the Championship.

That victory, coupled with Burton's win over Bolton and Birmingham's home defeat by QPR, sent former Sunderland assistant manager Steve Cotterill's current side to the bottom.

SAM's prediction
Home win 51%
Draw 26% Away win 23%

SAM, the Sports Analytics Machine, is a super-computer built by @ProfIanMcHale of the University of Liverpool.

Match Facts

  • This is the first meeting between these sides since Sunderland won 3-0 at St Andrew's with three late goals in the League Cup in August 2014.
  • Birmingham have won seven of their last 12 league encounters with the Black Cats.
  • Blues, who have picked up just two away points this season, the worst record in the EFL, have failed to win any of their first 11 away league matches in a season for the first time since 1982-83.
  • Birmingham have used more players (30) than any other team in the Championship this season.
  • Steve Cotterill's side have scored just four goals in his 11 Championship games in charge, their only away goal in five outings under him coming in the 1-1 draw at Sheffield United.


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https://www.safc.com/news/opinion/2017/december/media-mash-up-v-birmingham-city

Media mash-up continues as a batch of local reporters preview Sunderland’s latest fixture providing insight, analysis and opinion.

Next up, Richard Mennear and Paul Fraser preview the Lads’ final home match of 2017 as Birmingham City come to town.

Richard Mennear (@RichMennearJP) – Sunderland Echo


Sunderland, buoyed by the hoodoo-ending win over Fulham, face Birmingham City at the Stadium of Light this weekend looking to make it back-to-back wins. Manager Chris Coleman was right to stress in the immediate aftermath of Josh Maja's winning goal against Fulham that it was only one win, only three points. The bigger test will come this weekend. And he is right. Birmingham City are bottom of the Championship. It is a huge game at the foot of the table with Sunderland climbing to fourth bottom. They will be desperate to spoil Sunderland's festive mood. If the Black Cats are to get away from relegation trouble then they need to beat the teams around them. They beat Burton Albion on the road and must do the same to Birmingham this weekend. A big black cloud was lifted on Wearside last weekend and Coleman's side have to build on the positivity.

Paul Fraser (@paulfraserecho) – The Northern Echo


There's a different buzz around Sunderland these days and it will be hoped that can continue at the Stadium of Light against Birmingham. If the Black Cats can follow up the first win at home in 364 days with a second, then suddenly things will look a whole lot brighter. Birmingham sit at the foot of the table, so Sunderland will be dragged right back into the thick of things if they can't follow up the Fulham win with a second. But if they do succeed - which they are more than capable of doing after their recent improvements - then supporters and players can hit Boxing Day full of festive spirit. Chris Coleman has managed to make Sunderland more resilient in his five games in charge by keeping three clean sheets. That will be the base for success again when City arrive in the North-East, it would be just nice if they can score a few more goals at the other end too.


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https://www.safc.com/news/team-news/2017/december/coleman-preview-birmingham

Manager's view:
Coleman warns against complacency


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Birmingham City press conference


'Let's go and get it'

Chris Coleman admitted tomorrow is only a great opportunity to build on from last weekend's victory over Fulham if his players seize the chance.

Speaking at his Birmingham City press conference, the Welshman provided the latest team news while offering a tactical insight into what his players will have to do to overcome the challenge Steve Cotterill's men pose.

Follow the linkl above to watch the gaffer's press conference in full.

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https://www.safc.com/news/team-news/2017/december/match-preview-v-birmingham

‘Earn it’


Chris Coleman delivered an honest and frank opinion when talking about Sunderland’s next hurdle this weekend.

Here’s your all you need to know guide to Saturday’s final home match of 2017…

BUILDING BLOCKS

Last weekend was good wasn’t it? Josh Maja marked his league debut with a special goal that counted for so, so much. Not only did it give the Black Cats a crucial three points, it ended the disappointing home hoodoo that has hung over the club for almost a year. Coleman notched his first home win as Sunderland manager and smiles were etched across everyone’s face. Now, though, Birmingham offer the next challenge…

MAJ-IC FEELING


To say the first-half of the season has been frustrating for Maja is probably an understatement. The Magician began pre-season with a bang. Scoring goals for fun, the 18-year-old oozed class before suffering a knee injury at Bradford City which sidelined him until last weekend. Having seen his initial comeback in October halted through a slight niggle, Maja made his highly-anticipated league debut against his former club Fulham and he didn’t disappoint – scoring the match winner!

BIRMINGHAM BLUES

Former Black Cats coach Steve Cotterill brings his Birmingham side to Wearside on Saturday, with just one win in their previous 10 matches. Bottom of the Sky Bet Championship, victory this weekend at the Stadium of Light would see the Blues leapfrog the lads as they look to avoid spending Christmas Day at the foot of the table. With just one point from a possible 15, times are tough at St Andrews as they have scored just twice in their last five matches.

DON’T I KNOW YOU?


Craig Gardner could be set for a return this weekend should he be given the nod by Cotterill. The midfielder has made just 10 appearances for Birmingham this season, with his latest one coming in last Saturday’s defeat to Queens Park Rangers. Gardner joined the Black Cats in the summer of 2011 from St Andrews, and made just under a century of appearances, scoring 11 league goals in his three-year stint on Wearside. The 31-year-old moved back to the Midlands in July 2014 when he joined West Bromwich Albion before later returning to his boyhood club, Birmingham, at the start of the year.

UP FOR SELECTION


Chris Coleman is expecting to have pretty much the same squad of players at his disposal against this Saturday. Bryan Oviedo is available for selection after it had been feared he would miss Saturday's match. Paddy McNair remains sidelined while Lee Cattermole has been ruled out for up to four weeks. Didier Ndong provided a welcome boost last Saturday as he returned to action against Fulham, and the Black Cats boss has revealed the Gabon international has trained well this week.

Birmingham, meanwhile, will be without Marc Roberts, Che Adams and Isaac Vassell while midfielder David Davis has returned to training after limping off against Queens Park Rangers last weekend. Full-back Carl Jenkinson has started light training as he steps up his recovery from shoulder surgery.

NOT GOT A TICKET FOR SATURDAY’S MATCH?


Cash turnstiles will be in operation at the Stadium of Light for tomorrow’s Sky Bet Championship match against Birmingham City. Turnstiles 44, 45 and 46 in the East Stand will be in operation from 1.30pm tomorrow afternoon, with all tickets priced £30. Concession tickets can be purchased from the ticket office up until kick off. There will be no cash turnstiles in operation for Birmingham City fans. Away fans wishing to gain admission on the day must purchase a ticket from the Black Cat House Ticket Office

FOLLOW THE ACTION


If you’re unable to attend the game we have comprehensive coverage of all the action as it happens across our digital channels.

Nick Barnes and Gary Bennett will be in the commentary booth from 2pm, with minute-by-minute analysis available right here and across social media from Twitter to Instagram.


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https://www.safc.com/news/team-news/2017/december/cattermole-ruled-out



Lee Cattermole has been ruled out for up to a month while Bryan Oviedo will return to the matchday squad this weekend, Chris Coleman has revealed.


The Stockton-born midfielder missed last Saturday’s victory over Fulham through suspension, however, Coleman has admitted he has suffered an injury which is likely to keep him sidelined until the new year.

Oviedo, meanwhile, looks set to return to the matchday squad against Birmingham City on Saturday after it had been feared the Costa Rican full-back may miss Saturday’s match along with Paddy McNair.

Speaking at his Birmingham City press conference this afternoon, Coleman provided a boost over the fitness of Oviedo while sharing news that Cattermole will miss the festive set of fixtures through injury in the same breath.

“Bryan Oviedo is back in the squad, which is a plus, but Lee Cattermole will be out for a month,” he said.

“He’s had his thigh scanned, and it’s shown up that there’s a strain and a tear there so he’s going to be out for a month. That’s obviously a big blow for us.

“Paddy McNair is not going to be ready for tomorrow, but he’ll hopefully be ready for the Barnsley game.”


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Going along with Mrs SF and trying hard to have no expectations just looking forward to an afternoon out and a decent game of football(hopeful considering it's two out of the bottom four!). Whatever happens it won't spoil my weekend - honest!



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Well wasn't a brilliant game or a brilliant result but both could have been worse. Unfortunately the full range of our shortcomings were displayed on occasion from calamity defending through poor set-pieces to misplaced passes. On the plus side there were some moments of skill and plenty of determination so my weekend remains unspoilt (although McDonalds nearly achieved it by leaving us short of two cheeseburgers in our drive thru order!)



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McDonalds!
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By god, but you do push the boat out.


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Birmingham held on to deny Sunderland back-to-back home victories despite Sam Gallagher's second-half sending off.

Gallagher put the Blues ahead at the second attempt after his initial effort was saved, but Lewis Grabban fired in the equaliser soon after.

Both sides had several chances before Gallagher was shown a second yellow card for a foul on James Vaughan.

Sunderland dominated the game following his dismissal but were unable to break down a packed Blues defence.

Gallagher's early goal, just Birmingham's 12th of the season, could have relieved some of the pressure on boss Steve Cotterill, who received a vote of confidence from the club's board prior to the game.

But Grabban's 12th goal of his campaign left City without a win in six games, bottom of the Championship and three points adrift of safety.

Sunderland had ended a 364-day wait for a home victory in their previous Championship fixture, and they could have had a second in eight days had David Stockdale not made a fine second-half save to deny George Honeyman.

But a draw was a fair result for both sides as Sunderland fell back into the relegation zone, one point and one place below 21st-placed Burton at Christmas.

Sunderland boss Chris Coleman:

"I'm disappointed. [It was] an opportunity missed. Overall we were a little nervous, lacked a bit of confidence.

"I was pleased at 1-0 down to show conviction. We didn't fold. We showed adversity and courage, but I expected us to go and win it.

"In key moments we lost conviction and courage too after that. In all our performances since I have been here this is the one we looked nervous."

Birmingham boss Steve Cotterill:

"I think it was a foul on Cheikh Ndoye for Sunderland's goal. Sam Gallagher's two bookings are the softest you will see in your life.

"Sam is an honest boy. He hasn't dived. When he gets that touch, he has to go round him. What happens if he goes steaming into the keeper? It was harsh.

"We could have been two goals to the good at half-time. We carved out some great chances."

Sunderland

25 Ruiter
22 Love
18 Browning
16 O'Shea
36 Wilson
21 Matthews
27 Gooch
24 Gibson Substituted for Ndong at 74'minutes
26 Honeyman
11 Grabban Substituted for Maja at 74'minutes
9 Vaughan Substituted for Asoro at 75'minutes

Substitutes

1 Steele
3 Oviedo
13 McManaman
17 Ndong
19 McGeady
20 Maja
29 Asoro

Birmingham

13 Stockdale
5 Colin
28 Morrison
12 Dean Booked at 80mins
3 Grounds Booked at 90mins
8 Gardner
6 Kieftenbeld Booked at 64mins
27 Jota Substituted for Davis at 80'minutes
17 Ndoye Substituted forJutkiewicz at 86'minutes
20 Boga Substituted for Maghoma at 79'minutes
18 Gallagher Booked at 67 mins

Substitutes

2 Nsue
10 Jutkiewicz
15 Bramall
19 Maghoma
26 Davis
39 Trueman
50 Gleeson

Referee:
Oliver Langford
Attendance:
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Sunderland 1-1 Birmingham City

Sunderland were left frustrated at the Stadium of Light as ten-man Birmingham City claimed a point.

Sam Gallagher, who was sent off in the second-half, opened the scoring but Chris Coleman’s side struck back before the interval as Lewis Grabban scored his 12th goal of the season.

Both sides traded blows and George Honeyman’s cross-shot was turned onto the crossbar by David Stockdale following the interval, but despite being reduced to ten men, the Blues soaked up late pressure to earn a share of the spoils.

AS YOU WERE

It was as you were at the Stadium of Light as Sunderland sought about claiming a second successive home success with an unchanged side. Last weekend’s hero, Josh Maja, once again started on the bench, as did the returning Bryan Oviedo, but there was no place for Lee Cattermole with the midfielder set to miss four weeks due to a thigh injury. Birmingham made one change as Cheikh N’Doye lined up alongside former Black Cat Craig Gardner in midfield.

LOVE TRAIN

Sunderland raced out of the blocks and Donald Love immediately put the Blues under pressure, as Jonathan Grounds was forced into a sliding challenge to thwart the right-back. It set the tone for Coleman’s men and showed they were once again up for the fight, with Steve Cotterill’s side struggling for momentum and time on the ball during the opening exchanges. And the visitors continued to find themselves under pressure as Lynden Gooch surged to the byline before Darron Gibson’s thumping effort was desperately blocked.

CHANCES SPURNED

Any optimism established following a confident opening was almost snuffed out with nine minutes played, however, as Birmingham went within a whisker of scoring. Gardner’s corner put Robbin Ruiter under pressure after a glancing touch from Grounds, but any real contact would have diverted the ball past the Dutchman and into the net. Two minutes later, it was Lewis Grabban with his head in his hands, as the Lads’ top scorer steered the ball wide from close range after an excellent cross from Love. Like Grounds, he should have scored.

CHANCES TAKEN

Inevitably, Sunderland paid the price. The Black Cats squandered possession in the middle and Gardner’s quick thinking unleashed Gallagher, with the striker seizing a lofted ball over the top before finishing at the second attempt. It didn’t last, though, and six minutes later the Lads were level as Grabban picked out Love whose wayward volley was crashed home by the club’s top scorer. Birmingham responded brightly and were close to a second as Ruiter denied Gallagher after Jota – their standout performer and main threat – breezed past Marc Wilson, but it remained level at the interval.

ON A KNIFE EDGE

Birmingham continued to turn the screw following the restart as Sunderland simply couldn’t find their rhythm. Ty Browning was at the centre of the action with a terrific block following a timely interception as the Blues continued exploit the right wing, but the visitors did find themselves short at the back on 53 minutes when Vaughan dragged a tame shot just wide. Five minutes later, Honeyman’s chipped cross-shot was clawed onto the crossbar by Stockdale following great play from Adam Matthews, as the pendulum continued to swing back and forth.

ROUGE

With 67 minutes played, the pendulum swung firmly in Sunderland’s favour. Birmingham tired as the game entered the final quarter and it showed in their challenges, with Gallagher sent off after picking up a second yellow card following a late tackle on Vaughan. The Black Cats spurned their golden chance to go ahead, though, when Honeyman curled the ball wide with time on his side following a defensive-splitting reverse ball from Grabban. Coleman responded with a triple change as Didier Ndong, Joel Asoro and Maja took to the field with just over 15 minutes to make a difference, but they were left frustrated as it ended all-square.

Sunderland: Ruiter, Wilson, O’Shea, Browning, Love, Matthews, Gibson (Ndong 74), Honeyman, Gooch, Vaughan (Asoro 74), Grabban (Maja 74).
Substitutes: Steele, Oviedo, McGeady, McManaman.

Birmingham City: Stockdale, Grounds, Colin, Kieftenbeld, Gardner, Dean, N’Doye, Gallagher, Boga (Davis 79), Jota (Maghoma 79), Morrison.
Subs not used: Trueman, NSue, Jutkiewicz, Bramall, Gleeson.


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We didn't fold after going 1-0 down and there was some decent passing and movement. However, some of our football was awful.



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We didn't fold after going 1-0 down and there was some decent passing and movement. However, some of our football was awful.



I think some of our footballers are awful.


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