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Preview: Sunderland vs. Bolton Wanderers

Preview: Sunderland vs. Bolton
Sports Mole looks ahead to tonight's FA Cup third-round replay between Sunderland and Bolton Wanderers.

Sunderland and Bolton Wanderers will replay for a fourth-round FA Cup tie against Everton this evening.

With no fresh injuries from the win over West Ham on Saturday, Martin O'Neill could name an unchanged side.

Sunderland still have a string of injuries at the back, with Wes Brown and Danny Rose amongst those carrying knocks.

Bolton should have Stuart Holden and Josh Vela available if only on the bench, having both overcome long-term injuries recently.

Mark Davies, Matt Mills and David Wheater will all miss out through injury.

Marvin Sordell, who scored for Bolton in the 2-2 draw 10 days ago, could drop to the bench in favour of the more experienced Kevin Davies, who did not play in the game at the Reebok.

Recent form

Sunderland: WWLLDW

Bolton: LLWLDD

Possible lineups

Sunderland: Mignolet, Gardner, O'Shea, Bramble, Colback, Johnson, Larsson, Vaughan, McClean, Sessegnon, Fletcher

Bolton: Bogdan, Ricketts, Knight, Ream, Alonso, Lee, Andrews, Spearing, Eagles, Davies, N'Gog

Sports Mole says: 3-1

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