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SUNDERLAND V MANCHESTER CITY

Two teams with more money than sense and both have the potential to crash and burn.

Roy Keane has signed enough mercenaries to annex the rest of the north-east, and for a few months at least they should be hungry to impress before the enthusiasm inevitably wears off.

Team spirit is likely to be high after last week's win at White Hart Lane, and although forced into extra-time in the Carling Cup it will have given the players a chance to gel.

City were atrocious for 88 minutes in Thursday's match in Denmark, and this game will come quickly with only a three day gap.

The return of Shaun Wright-Phillips could provide a spark but they have looked vulnerable away from home in recent times and will do well to take anything from the Stadium of Light.

Back Sunderland to win 3-0 @ 25/1 www.oddschecker.com




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Date:Friday August 29 2008

Time: 4:56PM

Your Comments

Honest Oliver says "Rubbish!" 0-3 will never happen!! City to win 2-1 at 12s looks much better!
oliverblue
Looks sound to me HO. city on a run, getting better and fitter all the time and still scoring goals which is a plus.
Buzz Lightyear
City to win are a generous 12/5. Get on SWP 1st goalscorer at 16s too!
oliverblue
They must be predicting a home win these bookies
Buzz Lightyear
We are bound to win as that muppet Lawro has predicted us to lose 2-1
alphieblues
he did that last week, at least he thinks we will score.
Buzz Lightyear
Everyone seems to have predicted us to lose, which suits me!
oliverblue
 

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