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Sunderland gain a point from their trip to the New Den

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11:05am 4th March 2018

A clash of the big cats at The New Den ended in a draw yesterday.

The Black Cats faced the Lions and gained a much needed point.

Brian Ovieda scored in the 29th minute which was followed by Shaun Hucthinson's equaliser in the 69th.

Sunderland sit at the bottom of the table and face Aston Villa on Tuesday.

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