The Danish striker was forced to sit out nine matches due to a foot injury but made his comeback as a second-half substitute against Millwall last weekend.
Spanish winger Sergi Canos is also close to being back in contention after an ankle problem.
But defender Rico Henry faces a lengthy spell on the
“Arsenal were leading going into the final 20 minutes before Hector Bellerin gave away a penalty for a challenge on Richarlison”
There is no better feeling for a football fan than seeing your team steal a win in the dying moments of a game. And Watford supporters were sent into
“Steven Gerrard holds the record for most Player of the Month awards – landing the gong six times in his Liverpool career”
Awarded each month since August 1994, the first winner was Germany and Tottenham hero Jurgen Klinsmann. Since then the player to land the accolade most often has been
Sunderland are still searching for their first home victory of 2017 after they failed to win at the Stadium of Light for the 17th home game in succession.
Aiden McGeady’s equaliser just after the hour cancelled out Idrissa Sylla’s 37th-minute opener, but Sunderland’s supporters grew increasingly restless as they watched their side fail to
Get up to date on the latest results from the Championship, here: Barnsley 2-2 Middlesbrough Britt Assombalonga rescued a point for Middlesbrough with his sixth goal of the season in a 2-2 draw against Barnsley at Oakwell. Three goals in a frantic opening nine minutes saw Barnsley lead 2-1, and Assombalonga hauled the visitors level on
Striker Duncan Watmore, who had not made a senior appearance for the club since December until he came on as a substitute in the 2-2 draw at Preston last time out, got a further 45 minutes under his belt for the Under-23s against Hertha Berlin in midweek and will hope for more this weekend.
Owner Short is slashing his asking price for the struggling Championship outfit to little more than the £57m his luxury west London pad is on the market for. The American businessman has been looking for a way out of Sunderland for the past two years and thought he’d found a buyer in June. But talks
The 18-year-old scored four goals for the Black Cats during pre-season before knee surgery put paid to his first-team breakthrough in the Sky Bet Championship.
“Josh is back training with us now,” boss Simon Grayson told the club’s official website.
“It was a big blow for the lad, he’d waited patiently for his
Sunderland’s £10m signing and biggest earner played in the heart of defence for the Under-23s in last night’s 2-0 win over Hertha Berlin in the Premier League International Cup. And he’s now looking for a run of games in that role to resurrect his career. “He’s is quite keen to play in that position and
Grayson took the top job at the Stadium of Light over the summer but has failed to get the relegated club firing in the Championship. Sunderland finally dropped out of the Premier League last term after years of struggling at the foot of the division. And things haven’t improved int the second tier, with the