Two of League One’s top four face off tomorrow night when Sunderland welcome Rotherham United to the Stadium of Light.
Both sides are coming into this one on the back of a victory this past weekend, too.
Sunderland were emphatic winners against Cambridge United, beating the U’s 5-1 at the Stadium of Light on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Rotherham edged play-off chasing Oxford United 2-1 at the New York Stadium.
With that being said, here’s everything you need to know about tomorrow night’s clash.
Latest team news
After missing out on the Cambridge victory on Saturday it looks as though Dennis Cirkin will sit this one out, too, along with Carl Winchester.
Winchester did feature against Cambridge but left the field due to injury early on in the match.
Alex Pritchard and Callum Doyle could be available to start meanwhile, after making their returns from illness as substitutes against Cambridge on Saturday.
For the visitors meanwhile, there is uncertainty over whether or not Freddie Ladapo will feature after he was dropped for the Millers match against Oxford on Saturday.
Ladapo requested a transfer back in January but has remained with the club and been involved ever since, however, was confirmed to have missed out through selection rather than injury on Satuday by boss Paul Warne.
What his future holds at the New York Stadium remains to be seen and after the win, he could well miss out again tomorrow night.
Elsewhere, we are aware of no fresh injury concerns for Rotherham following their weekend clash.
It’s an important game for both sides but momentum really looks to be with Sunderland at this stage of the season.
For that reason, and the fact they’re at home, it could be another home victory for the Black Cats tomorrow evening.
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Is there a live stream?
Yes – as it is not a 3pm kick off, the match will be streamed live and available worldwide.
Is it on TV?
No, the match between Sunderland and Rotherham United has not been selected for television broadcast in the United Kingdom.
What time is kick-off?
Kick-off at the Stadium of Light is scheduled for 7:45pm on Tuesday 26th April.