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Friday, 27 April 2012

Sunderland V Bolton online video Free Live England Premier League Preview -28 April -2012,16:00 CET

But history is on the Black Cats' side - they have won five successive Premier League meetings with Bolton. Sunderland V Bolton Live Stream online video England Premier League 2012 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on  04/28/12 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Sunderland V Bolton Stream Free online video Video Of England Premier League Friday 28 April 2012 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 16:00 CET.England Premier League,Watch Video online video Live online video,Sunderland V Bolton Live Streaming Video ,Sunderland V Bolton Stream,Sunderland V Bolton Live free,Sunderland V Bolton Streaming,Sunderland V Bolton Live, Sunderland V Bolton online video,Sunderland V Bolton online video, Sunderland V Bolton Results,England Premier League Fixtures.The 2-1 victory at Villa Park has seen Owen Coyle's side rise to 18th in the table, just a point from safety, having played a game less than their relegation rivals.

Sunderland also played at Villa Park last time and were held to a goalless stalemate - their fourth successive game without a goal.

Sunderland have confirmed that Sebastian Larsson and Kieran Richardson will miss the club's last three games of the season having both undergone hernia surgery.

Midfielder Craig Gardner is suspended after his dismissal against Villa last time.

Skipper Lee Cattermole could return to the Black Cats' midfield in his place as he battles a persistent knee problem, but the manager will make a late decision on his fitness.

Defender Titus Bramble is back in full training and is expected to return to first-team availability, although Saturday's game could come too soon.

For Bolton, boss Coyle will again run the rule over his walking wounded ahead of the trip to the Stadium of Light.

From a gutsy 'do it for Muamba' display to beat Blackburn followed by an abject capitulation at home to Fulham, I've seen both sides of Wanderers in recent weeks and wouldn't like to guess what's going to happen next!

There's no doubt, though, that they'll be in great shape to stay up IF they can win this one. It would be a fifth win from their last eight league games and would add hugely to momentum going into an all-important game in hand against Spurs next Wednesday.


    Sunderland have only conceded one goal against Bolton in their last six league matches and are unbeaten in those games.
The Black Cats have done the double over Bolton in the previous two seasons.
 This is the 145th meeting between the sides. Sunderland have won 63, Bolton 49 and there have been 32 draws.

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