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The steep decline of Sunderland AFC from Premier League mainstays to League One dwellers. It is a cautionary tale to all soccer clubs of the pitfalls of mismanagement, short-termism, and poor recruitment policies. But what can bettors learn from their story? Read on available fixed matches to find out.

A recent history of Sunderland.

Six times champions of England, once more than Manchester City, and a record only bettered by five other clubs, Sunderland are one of the best AVAILABLE FIXED MATCHES in the UK.

Playing in the 49,000 capacity Stadium of Light, The Black Cats had the reputation of somewhat of a “yo-yo club” during the late 1990s and 2000s – being relegated to the Championship only to quickly regain Premier League status via promotion several times.

Following their promotion, yet again, to England’s top division in 2006/07. The club eventually stabilised and spent the next ten seasons in the Premier League. Though only narrowly avoided relegation on a few occasions. A highlight during this period was their involvement in the 2014 League Cup Final – which resulted in a 3-1 defeat to Manchester City.

The importance of home field advantage

With an average home attendance of 41,287 during their last season AVAILABLE FIXED MATCHES. The 7th highest of any top division club, concerns that back-to-back relegation might significantly reduce their support were quickly silence.

Having an average attendance of 30,015 in League One. Sunderland’s home support dwarfs that of any other club in their division.

Portsmouth, who themselves experience a number of years in the Premier League as well as two FA Cup finals. Are the second-best support team in the division, but have an average attendance of just 18,128.


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While the likes of Accrington Stanley welcome an average of just 2,597 fans through its gates every second Saturday.

In fact, the strength of Sunderland’s core support is best illustrate when it’s compare to that of teams in the division above it, the Championship. Indeed, just two teams in England’s second tier, Aston Villa (33,483) and Leeds United (32,451), have more fans entering the turnstiles of their respective stadiums each week.

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HFA is most likely a combination of all these AVAILABLE FIXED MATCHES, and primal instincts to defend territory. Heightened testosterone levels have been measure in home players, especially goalkeepers.

Entering the Christmas period, Sunderland are unbeaten at home in the league – playing nine games, winning five and drawing four.

However, the Black Cats have lost both of their cup games at home this season. Going down 2-0 to Championship team Sheffield Wednesday in the League Cup, as well as exiting the FA Cup 1-0 to League One rivals Walsall.

Away from home, Sunderland also carry with them a very strong following – with their opening away game at Gillingham recording an attendance of 8,438. With the Gills normally only expecting 5,604 fans to turn up at Priestfield.

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The importance of market value in forecasting results

Despite a combined loss of 34 players from their squad between both AVAILABLE FIXED MATCHES. Sunderland have still managed to retain significant player talent, training facilities and management expertise. For pundits to suggest, and bookmakers outright odds to echo. That they should win League One and achieve a result in the majority of their home and away games.

As there is a strong correlation in English soccer between financial might and success on the pitch, statistics surrounding the market value of squads in League One, and even the Championship, makes for good reading for Sunderland fans.