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Sheffield Wednesday vs Sunderland tips: Back Black Cats to pile more misery on Munoz

Sheffield Wednesday and Sunderland will look to bounce back from defeat when they meet at Hillsborough on Friday night (2000).

Xisco Munoz and Sheffield Wednesday are in must-win territory after just eight matches when they face Sunderland in the Championship on Friday. 

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The Owls 3-0 thrashing at the hands of Swansea was one of their most disappointing defeats yet and extended their winless run to 10 in all competitions.

Xisco Munoz’s future hangs in the balance as Wednesday’s shocking start to the season has seen them fail to beat League Two sides Stockport and Mansfield inside 90 minutes.

Sunderland’s early season form has made them look like a likely play-off contender once again.

The Black Cats have won three of four and two on the bounce away from home.

One of their most admirable traits last season was their ability to keep things tight on their travels and frustrate their hosts before seizing their moment.

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While no Owls player has yet to find the net more than once this season, Jobe Bellingham, Dan Neil, Pierre Ekwah and Jack Clarke (5) have all netted at least twice.

Tony Mowbray’s team had held 16 of their previous 20 opponents to one or fewer goals, winning 10 of those matches and keeping seven clean sheets.

Wednesday have failed to find the net in four of their last six and their only clean sheet this season, a 0-0 draw against Leeds, was purely down to good fortune.

Munoz’s side will get off the mark eventually but with mounting pressure and poor results on the pitch and tension behind the scenes, we’ve yet to see any signs they’re up to this level.

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