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Stockdale still at the helm

Stadium of Light with clear blue skies

7:11am 17th November 2017

Sunderland are back in action tomorrow after the international break, with the new boss still yet to be installed.

The Black Cats host Millwall at the Stadium of Light - with Robbie Stockdale still in charge as caretaker boss.

He was told he would just have the Tees-Wear derby game, but retains the reins for now.

Wales boss Chris Coleman's now the bookies favourite for the job, with Paul Heckingbottom and Ally McCoist close behind.

Meanwhile Sunderland fans will have an eye on tonight's Championship games.

Second bottom Bolton, sit 1 place and 1 point above the Black Cats, and are aiming to extend their unbeaten run to 6 matches when they go to Preston.

Sheffield United can go top of the Championship with a win at 4th from bottom Burton taking them above leaders Wolves.

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