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After last weekend’s 1-1 draw against Wycombe Wanderers, Sunderland will be aiming to secure all three points when they travel to the Bescot Stadium to face Walsall on Saturday.
In the last week, Sunderland were on the road twice in three days, down in Shropshire at Port Vale and then across the Pennines to Morecambe in the Checkatrade Trophy.
Sunderland fans would make one of the longest trips possible in English football, travelling the length of the country, over 400 miles to Plymouth.
Sunderland make their longest trip of the season when they travel down to one of the southern tips of the mainland to face an in form Plymouth side.
Sunderland host Southend at the Stadium of Light Saturday afternoon.
Sunderland would face two away games in quick succession, Jack Ross' men travelled to both Shrewsbury and Doncaster in the space of 4 days.
Sunderland win at the Keepmoat Stadium on Tuesday night to keep the pressure on Portsmouth.