Finishing the year at the bottom of English Premier League standings, Sunderland will be keen on turning their season around starting from this Wednesday, January 1, 2014 when they host mid-table side Aston Villa at the Stadium of Light.
Sunderland's ambition in getting themselves out of English Premier League's bottom seat still need more time as this weekend they failed to pick up maximum points after being held into a draw by Cardiff City.
Everton recent positive run of form finally ended this midweek as they picked up a shocking home defeat over bottom table seat, Sunderland in boxing day battle. Playing in front of their home crowd, the Toffees were looking to keep that fine run going as they put on an attacking display straight from kick off.
Sunderland's ambition in getting themselves away from the bottom seat of current English Premier League standings continue to suffer a halt as this weekend they only grabbed a point against Norwich City.
A disappointing midweek arrived for Chelsea fans as their team crashed out from Capital One Cup quarter finals after suffering a shock away defeat against relegation battler, Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on Tuesday.
Tottenham Hotspur got their winning run going again as they bagged another three points this weekend by defeating home team Sunderland a Stadium of Light. It was far from an easy task for Spurs as their opponent were also keen on grabbing maximum result to get themselves out fro relegation trouble.
Chelsea are looking to continue their recent positive run when they face up against relegation dweller Sunderland this Wednesday, December 4 at Stadium of Light. Jose Mourinho's men success in snatching all three points from their latest home fixture against Southampton proved that they are still strong contenders for this season's league title, despite having a bit of consistency issues.
Dropping back into the bottom seat of English Premier League, Sunderland need to get themselves back on winning ways this Saturday, November 30 when they travel to Villa Park, challenging home team, Aston Villa.
Manchester City are looking to continue their recent run of good form when they face Sunderland on this weekend's English Premier League fixture at Stadium of Light. Acknowledging that a win can bring them back into the top four seat, Manuel Pellegrini will be pushing his men to put on an attacking initiative straight from kick off.
Sunderland's ambition in continuing their recent positive run was halted again as they picked up a disappointing away defeat this Saturday against home team Hull City. Both teams were keen on snatching three points, especially the away side as they are looking to lift themselves up from current bottom two seat in English Premier League standings.
Sunderland bagged their first win in this current Premier League campaign after defeating their visitor, Newcastle United at the Stadium of Light this Sunday.
Eager to broke their winless run, Sunderland immediately took the attacking initiative and their positive approach was rewarded with a quick goal, which was netted by Steven Fletcher after just five minutes in the clock.