Can Sunderland Better Wigan's Achievement?

Sunderland find themselves in a similar position to the Wigan side of last year as they prepare for a cup final against City amid a survival battle. Can they better their predecessors?

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peeyugo (Arsenal) says...

Not quite sure why you seem elated at the prospect of City getting knocked out of both competitions by Barcelona and the Black Cats. On another note, could a different reason for a probable Sunderland victory on Sunday be the fact that they are Manchester City's bogey team?

Posted 6:56pm 28th February 2014

AW2DAN (Manchester City) says...

roll on sunday, we are up for it, or should thi say MAD FOR IT , nothing taken for granted by the blue 9/10ths of manchester nervous and ready

Posted 2:58pm 28th February 2014

tsl (Sunderland) says...

Fingers crossed!

Posted 5:49am 28th February 2014

benvo81 says...

What the f*ck is the point of all the Di Canio digs in this article? He doesn't even need to be mentioned, let alone do it more than once. F*ck.

Posted 5:33am 28th February 2014

billysboots (Sunderland) says...

Fingers are crossed already

Posted 10:49pm 27th February 2014

jtnufc (Newcastle United) says...

Not sure how it's schadenfreude, Phil? It's not likely we regularly lord it up over them with our cup wins..

Posted 3:24pm 27th February 2014

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