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Alex Pritchard could feature for Sunderland as they play host to Cambridge

Alex Pritchard is expected to be available for Sunderland as they prepare to host Cambridge. The midfielder missed the Easter fixtures with a calf problem but Black Cats boss Alex Neil confirmed that Pritchard could feature against the U’s. Defender Callum Doyle and goalkeeper Thorben Hoffmann could also come...
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Alex Pritchard could return for Sunderland in clash with Shrewsbury

Alex Pritchard could feature for Sunderland as they prepare to host Shrewsbury in Sky Bet League One. The midfielder was absent for the 2-1 win against Oxford at the weekend due to a calf issue but it is hoped he can be involved against the Shrews. There are no other...
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Alex Pritchard set to miss out for Sunderland with ankle injury

Sunderland are set to be without midfielder Alex Pritchard for Tuesday night’s Sky Bet League One clash with Fleetwood. Pritchard limped off with an ankle injury towards the end of Saturday’s goalless draw at Charlton and the Black Cats are still assessing the extent of his injury. However...
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Cheltenham Town 2 Sunderland 1 RECAP: Story of the night as Elliot Bonds and Alfie May goals give hosts win after Alex Pritchard free-kick

The Black Cats took a first-half lead when Alex Pritchard converted an excellent free-kick, yet the visitors couldn’t make their advantage count. Second-half goals from Cheltenham’s Elliot Bonds and Alfie May turned the game on its head. Sunderland right-back Trai Hume made his debut for the club, while...
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Shrewsbury Town 1 Sunderland 1: Story of the night as Daniel Udoh earns hosts a point following Alex Pritchard opener and David Davis red card

The Black Cats beat Ipswich 2-0 at the Stadium of Light last time out after late goals from Luke O’Nien and Aiden McGeady. It’s a result which moved Lee Johnson’s side back into the League One play-off places after three consecutive league defeats – and they still have games in hand on the sides above them.
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