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Sunderland looking increasingly likely for relegation after hapless defeat

Idrissa Gueye and Romelu Lukaku scored to propel Everton to three points over relegation-threatened Sunderland.
Idrissa Gueye and Romelu Lukaku scored to propel Everton to three points over relegation-threatened Sunderland.
Craig Burley sifts through the cellar dwellers in the Premier League and has his say as to who goes down.
David Moyes talks Sunderland's big chance to tie the game, as well as their precarious place in the table with this loss.

Sunderland appear to be coasting towards relegation after an utterly predictable 2-0 defeat at Everton left them rooted at the bottom of the Premier League. Familiar failures in defence allowed Everton to convert comprehensive dominance into a goal in each half.

Adnan Januzaj's skill and vision -- rare from player who has largely disappointed during his loan from Manchester United -- offered some hope to David Moyes' side. But to sum up Sunderland's appalling season, their one threat to Everton's...

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Man United meet Southampton in EFL final, Leicester need win vs. Liverpool

Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner predict the Premier League fixtures in week 26.
The Boys from Exploding Heads are here to assure you that the League Cup final is definitely not pointless.

Could the unthinkable happen? Could Leicester really go down? It's a huge game for the Foxes on Monday night as Liverpool come to the King Power and now they don't have a manager! The hosts are in real trouble, without a goal or a Premier League point so far in 2017 they sacked Claudio Ranieri and need to start firing on the pitch.

Elsewhere, the first silverware of the season is up for grabs in the EFL Cup final between Manchester United and Southampton.

Have your say on that and all the rest of...

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Win the title then relegation? Leicester's nightmare prospect

Gab Marcotti, Alejandro Moreno and Steve Nicol share their differing points of view on Claudio Ranieri's sacking.

Leicester's miracle title triumph last season captivated the world, but 2016-17 is turning into a disaster for the champions.

Claudio Ranieri has been sacked as his team have yet to score in 2017 and are just one point off the bottom three. Relegation is a real possibility but put yourselves in their shoes -- would you take going down if you had won the title previously?

ESPN FC's club bloggers, representing sides outside the "big six" of Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and...

Sunderland redundancies after first team's U.S. trip give club PR headache

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After Sunderland's first team returned from a midseason training camp in New York, the club announced redundancies to their staff.

Sunderland return to Premier League action at Everton on Saturday in the familiar position, for this stage of any recent season, of facing a steep uphill struggle to avoid relegation.

Only seven points separate the bottom seven clubs. The battle, in theory, remains winnable.

But the despondent mood that has clung to the Stadium of Light for most of the season was deepened incalculably by the failure to take the 4-0 win at Crystal Palace on Feb. 4 as a starting point for serious revival. Instead...

 By Chris Wright

'Jermainia' descends on Sunderland as Defoe puts on a show for supporters

Jermain Defoe has scored 14 goals for Sunderland this Premier League campaign.

With a tricky trip to Everton on the horizon, Sunderland limbered up by inviting a selection of young fans down to the Stadium of Light for an open training session.

Of course, the main attraction was top scorer Jermain Defoe, who emerged from the team bus to face his adoring public on the way into the ground.

�� Wow! It's deafening as @iamjermaindefoe mania has taken over the #StadiumOfLight

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Sunderland chase shadows in defeat to Southampton as N'Dong disappoints

After last week's spectacular and welcome victory at Crystal Palace, which gave Sunderland hope in their efforts to avoid relegation, the team reverted to type and suffered a crushing 4-0 defeat to Southampton.

Sunderland started well, but failed to open the scoring and the visitors gradually got into the game. By half-time, Claude Puel's team were two goals to the good through new signing Manolo Gabbiadini and in full control as Sunderland chased shadows for the best part of an hour.

The first...