Best Sunderland Betting Sites

Established in 1879, Sunderland — or the Black Cats as hometown fans know them — has captured six First Division championships with its last title coming during the 1936 season. Sunderland also finished as league runners-up on five other occasions. The club has also won England’s Second Division title five times — its last crown coming during the 2006-07 campaign. However, they endured a miserable 2016-17 season and will face a season – or more – in the Championship.  [+]

The Black Cats have also had success away from domestic league competition, winning the FA Cup twice. Sunderland is also winners of the Charity Shield and Sheriff of London Charity Shield. Sunderland has never won a League Cup, but finished as runners-up in 1985 and 2014.

The team, which Sunderland has a longstanding rivalry with Newcastle United, set a record for most goals scored in a single season during the 1955-56 season when the club netted 106 tallies in 46 matches.

Sunderland Betting Lines Today

After finding out who Sunderland play next, reference where the game is being played while checking frequently the current betting lines before placing your bets. 

 

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Sunderland Scores & Schedule

No matter how you slice it, Sunderland are in for at least one grueling campaign in the Championship. Check their fixtures list below and concoct a sound betting strategy. 

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Competitions Away Score Home Money Line
July 2018 (2)
Sat 21 Sunderland 6 - 0 St. Mirren
Fri 27 Sunderland 0 - 0 Middlesbrough +420 -204
August 2018 (6)
Sat 4 Reg. MD1 Charlton 1 - 2 Sunderland +320 -120
Sat 11 Reg. MD2 Sunderland 1 - 1 Luton +215 +116
Thu 16 Shef.Wedn. 2 - 0 Sunderland
Sun 19 Reg. MD3 Scunthorpe 0 - 3 Sunderland +420 -167
Wed 22 Reg. MD4 Sunderland 4 - 1 Gillingham -105 +260
Sat 25 Reg. MD5 Sunderland 2 - 1 Wimbledon +113 +245
September 2018 (5)
Sat 1 Reg. MD6 Oxford 1 - 1 Sunderland +520 -189
Sat 8 Reg. MD7 Fleetwood 1 - 1 Sunderland +370 -130
Sat 15 Reg. MD8 Sunderland 1 - 2 Burton +132 +205
Sat 22 Reg. MD9 Rochdale 1 - 4 Sunderland +285 -116
Sat 29 Reg. MD10 Sunderland 1 - 1 Coventry +148 +178
October 2018 (7)
Tue 2 Reg. MD11 Peterborough 14:45 Sunderland +260 -108
Sat 6 Reg. MD12 Sunderland 10:00 Bradford -110 +280
Tue 9 Carlisle 14:45 Sunderland
Sat 13 Reg. MD13 Blackpool 10:00 Sunderland
Sat 20 Reg. MD14 Sunderland 10:00 Shrewsbury
Tue 23 Reg. MD15 Sunderland 14:45 Doncaster
Sat 27 Reg. MD16 Southend 10:00 Sunderland
November 2018 (5)
Sat 3 Reg. MD17 Sunderland 11:00 Plymouth
Tue 13 Sunderland 14:45 Morecambe
Sat 17 Reg. MD18 Wycombe 10:00 Sunderland
Sat 24 Reg. MD19 Sunderland 10:00 Walsall
Tue 27 Reg. MD20 Barnsley 14:45 Sunderland
December 2018 (5)
Sat 8 Reg. MD21 Sunderland 10:00 Accrington
Sat 15 Reg. MD22 Bristol 10:00 Sunderland
Sat 22 Reg. MD23 Sunderland 10:00 Portsmouth
Wed 26 Reg. MD24 Bradford 10:00 Sunderland
Sat 29 Reg. MD25 Shrewsbury 10:00 Sunderland
January 2019 (5)
Tue 1 Reg. MD26 Sunderland 10:00 Blackpool
Sat 5 Reg. MD27 Sunderland 10:00 Charlton
Sat 12 Reg. MD28 Luton 10:00 Sunderland
Sat 19 Reg. MD29 Sunderland 10:00 Scunthorpe
Sat 26 Reg. MD30 Gillingham 10:00 Sunderland
February 2019 (4)
Sat 2 Reg. MD31 Wimbledon 10:00 Sunderland
Sat 9 Reg. MD32 Sunderland 10:00 Oxford
Sat 16 Reg. MD33 Accrington 10:00 Sunderland
Sat 23 Reg. MD34 Sunderland 10:00 Bristol
March 2019 (6)
Sat 2 Reg. MD35 Plymouth 10:00 Sunderland
Sat 9 Reg. MD36 Sunderland 10:00 Wycombe
Tue 12 Reg. MD37 Sunderland 15:45 Barnsley
Sat 16 Reg. MD38 Walsall 11:00 Sunderland
Sat 23 Reg. MD39 Sunderland 11:00 Fleetwood
Sat 30 Reg. MD40 Burton 11:00 Sunderland
April 2019 (5)
Sat 6 Reg. MD41 Sunderland 10:00 Rochdale
Sat 13 Reg. MD42 Coventry 10:00 Sunderland
Fri 19 Reg. MD43 Doncaster 10:00 Sunderland
Mon 22 Reg. MD44 Sunderland 10:00 Peterborough
Sat 27 Reg. MD45 Portsmouth 10:00 Sunderland
May 2019 (1)
Sat 4 Reg. MD46 Sunderland 12:30 Southend

Sunderland Standings Right Now

Sunderland should fight for Premier League promotion in coming seasons but can they pull it off the season after being relegated? Track their current progress below. 

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# team pts P W D L GF GA +/-
1 Portsmouth Portsmouth 24 10 7 3 0 20 8 12
2 Peterborough Peterborough 23 10 7 2 1 26 13 13
3 Doncaster Doncaster 21 10 6 3 1 18 9 9
4 Sunderland Sunderland 19 10 5 4 1 20 10 10
5 Barnsley Barnsley 18 9 5 3 1 18 6 12
6 Charlton Charlton 18 10 5 3 2 15 11 4
7 Walsall Walsall 18 10 5 3 2 14 12 2
8 Accrington Accrington 17 10 4 5 1 13 11 2
9 Blackpool Blackpool 15 10 3 6 1 10 7 3
10 Scunthorpe Scunthorpe 14 10 3 5 2 13 18 -5
11 Fleetwood Fleetwood 13 10 3 4 3 14 10 4
12 Luton Luton 13 10 3 4 3 12 12 0
13 Southend Southend 13 10 4 1 5 13 15 -2
14 Coventry Coventry 12 10 3 3 4 8 11 -3
15 Burton Burton 11 9 3 2 4 10 11 -1
16 Wimbledon Wimbledon 11 10 3 2 5 9 14 -5
17 Rochdale Rochdale 11 10 3 2 5 15 23 -8
18 Bristol Bristol 9 10 2 3 5 9 11 -2
19 Shrewsbury Shrewsbury 8 10 1 5 4 9 11 -2
20 Wycombe Wycombe 8 10 1 5 4 11 16 -5
21 Gillingham Gillingham 8 10 2 2 6 13 20 -7
22 Bradford Bradford 7 10 2 1 7 7 15 -8
23 Oxford Oxford 5 10 1 2 7 10 21 -11
24 Plymouth Plymouth 3 10 0 3 7 7 19 -12

How To Win Sunderland Betting

Sunderland flirted with relegation during the 2015-16 season, finishing fourth from the bottom with a record of nine wins, 12 draws and 17 defeats. Their 39 points were just two better than rivals Newcastle United, who was relegated. 

How the tables have turned just one season later. Newcastle celebrated winning the Championship while Sunderland spurned the last of their nine lives. Bovada had Sunderland at +250 to be relegated before the 2016-17 season kicked off, a tasty bet had you the foresight required. 

Why did Sunderland go down? Well, they easily had the Premier League’s worst home record, winning only three of 19 matches at the Stadium of Light. They didn’t fare too much better on the road, where they had the league’s fourth worst record. 

David Moyes, who is no longer Sunderland manager, was absolutely hopeless. He signed many former Everton players, all of whom have seen better days. The Black Cats were one of two teams who failed to score 30 goals. Only fellow relegated side must live with that dubious honor. Oh, and Sunderland conceded 69 goals, ensuring they had the second worst goal difference in the league. Only Hull, at -43, had a worse differential. 

Their only bright spot was talisman and elder statesman Jermain Defoe, who scored 14 goals. Sunderland won’t find the Championship easy, especially with their current roster. Sure, they have a lot of Premier League experience, but most of those players look beaten, tired and unfit to play in an explosive, physically demanding league. 

Expect the Black Cats to remain in the Championship for at least a few seasons. At least the club got rid of David Moyes, who plagued the locker room with consistent, habitual negative sentiment. I’d avoid backing this team in the futures market, at least until they’re able to get their identity back, whicy has been missing for a couple of seasons now. 

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