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The Black Cats have won 12 of 22 home matches against bottom-eight finishers in the past three seasons and no team has drawn fewer away matches than Wigan. The Black Cats have lost just twice in 13 home league games under Martin O’Neill – against Manchester United and Arsenal, both by a single-goal margin. Sunderland look good value to break their draw streak this weekend at 21/20.
There have been three goals or more in seven of 10 Sunderland home matches against bottom-six teams and in 13 of 16 Wigan away matches. Over 2.5 goals can be backed at 19/20.
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