Sunderland fans think their side should make THREE changes at Barnsley on Tuesday evening
After a bruising draw at Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday, the Black Cats could be without several key players for the trip to Oakwell. Ross will definitely be without skipper George Honeyman after he was shown red at Adams Park, while there are doubts over Tom Flanagan and Duncan Watmore after the pair picked up knocks. And with that in mind, Sunderland fans have suggested that the side should make THREE changes ahead of the clash with Barnsley - a game which could prove pivotal in the race for promotion. Scroll down and click through the pages to see the side supporters voted to field for the trip to South Yorkshire:
No surprises here - 96% of supporters voted for the Scot to yet again start between the sticks in the crunch clash.
The fans' favourite has made the right-back spot his own in recent weeks, and 71% of fans want to see him continue his fine form at Barnsley.
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The Costa Rican international hasn't played since a move to West Brom fell through, but 53% of supporters want to see him handed a recall at Oakwell.
With Tom Flanagan an injury doubt, 58% of supporters are keen to see Baldwin handed a start at the centre of defence.
A regular starter since his loan switch from Burnley, 47% of fans have called for the Irishman to start in the promotion showdown.
Having racked up another assist on Saturday, a massive 79% of supporters have urged him to be started yet again at Oakwell.
He was rested for the Wearsiders' last midweek clash, but 54% of fans believe he should start alongside Leadbitter.
Can the Celtic winger continue his fine form of late? 62% of supporters want to see him given the chance to do so.
The wideman received the backing of 93% of Sunderland fans after some stunning showings in recent weeks.
With George Honeyman suspended, 50% of fans think Gooch should be given the nod to start behind the striker.
Again, no surprises here - 96% of supporters have backed Grigg to start as the lone striker at Barnsley.