It’s the second of two away games this evening for Sunderland as the lads head to Doncaster Rovers.
The 2-nil victory over Shrewsbury Town on Saturday, lifted the Black Cats back into 3rd in the League One table.
Sub Luke O’Nien came on 10 minutes from time and bagged his first goal since becoming Jack Ross’s 10th summer signing.
Speaking with Sun FM Sport, the Scot says he’s made an impact on and off the pitch:
They lads head to Keepmoat Stadium to face a side who have scored 10 goals in their last 3 league games.
But Jack Ross tells Sun FM Sport, they’ve also conceded many goals:
On the bench for Rovers will be their assistant manager Cliff Byrne, a former player and coach at Sunderland.
Jack says he played a key role at the academy: