Luckless Sunderland must hope their fortune changes at Hull City

September 13, 2017
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Sunderland make the comparatively short trip to Hull on Saturday and a repeat of last season’s 2-0 win at the same ground would be more than welcome.

It was so typically Sunderland, that the game after relegation was confirmed last season would come a great away victory when really it didn’t matter.

Everything went in our favour for a change including a Jermain Defoe goal that was so clearly offside even Sunderland’s top scorer looked a little embarrassed.

So I hope we haven’t used all of our good fortune up at the KC Stadium as Hull will be difficult opponents on their own patch, even though they haven’t made a great start to the new campaign with a 5-0 thumping to Derby recently.

However, they do have dangerous players like Kamil Grosicki who has pace to burn and…


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