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Actually It’s been a bit of a slow start for the Black Cats, who’ll be hoping to return to the Championship come May, after losing in the play-off final last term.
When drawing with Oxford on the opening day, Sunderland were the better team, though they certainly weren’t last time out, as they snatched a draw off title hopefuls Ipswich.
Despite creating just 0.36 expected goals for and registering just three shots, only one which hit the target
the Black Cats managed to get on the score-sheet at Portman Road.
As they surrendered expected goals for and conceded 14 shots, seven of which hit the target, Jack Ross’ men were fortunate not to lose.
Portsmouth relied not on luck but on their quality to get the job done last time out, as they convincingly beat Tranmere in front of a home crowd.
Having come unstuck on the opening day, Pompey delivered a pleasing performance last time out, as they scored twice
conceded none, and Kenny Jackett’s men were also vastly superior in terms of both shots and shots on target.
In the betting ahead of this match, Sunderland are favourites, though they’re not as short as they were before either of their home games against Portsmouth last term
which suggests that the market has already grasped that the Black Cats are struggling to create.
It’s still very early days, so there’s plenty of time for Sunderland to improve, though the early signs aren’t great.
Based on what we’ve seen from the pair so far this term, it’s easy to feel that the visitors are slightly overpriced.
Portsmouth have made light work of creating more than their opponents in each of their openings two matches
Barring a penalty, Sunderland emerged from their draw against Oxford with an expected goal difference
Saturday could quite easily turn out to be the day that Sunderland get it together, but as they’ve offered less than Portsmouth in most areas so far, the visitors are the team to side with
And Having drawn each of their first two matches, Sunderland will be looking to get up and running, though beating a side of Portsmouth’s calibre won’t be easy.