On Saturday night Sunderland laboured to their 40th draw of their 2-and-a-half-year disastrous stint in League One.
Sunderland have had an inconsistent start to the current season, disrupted by the need for a managerial change, yet somehow remain in the hunt for promotion.
Tomorrow's gargantuan tie is against second place Lincoln - a win would put us back in the hunt for automatic promotion.
Six points against Oxford and Peterborough is an excellent return for a side desperate for automatic promotion.
Sunderland's win over Ipswich was an essential one in the club's strive for automatic promotion. It came just 8 days after the January transfer window closed. How much of a contribution did the new lads have?
Sunderland saw off fellow promotion contenders Ipswich Town at the Stadium of Light this afternoon. What will fans be discussing after the game?
The Wearside preview is back and this Saturday Sunderland welcome fellow fallen giants Ipswich to the Stadium of Light. What could happen?
A drab draw against a decent Doncaster side has thrown more questions into the mix than answers.
Despite yesterday being the four game in 9 days, Phil Parkinson named a virtually unchanged side to excellent effort for Lincoln’s visit to the Stadium of Light.
The term 'match day' feels emptier than ever with focus of Sunderland fans now firmly on the future of owner Stewart Donald.