Sunderland midfielder Luke O'Nien.

Sunderland to face another fixture change, Luke O'Nien's wonder strike plus other League One winners and losers

Just three games took place in League One this weekend as the FA Cup took centre stage for many of Sunderland's promotion rivals.

But there was still plenty to talk about, from third-round upsets to fixture rearrangements. We take a closer look at some of the stories you might have missed.

Following multiple injuries, Sunderland boss Jack Ross could have been left with a major issue in defence. Yet ONiens performances in the vacant right-back berth have been exceptional, just like his volley to open the scoring against Charlton.

1. First the winners... Luke O'Nien

Following multiple injuries, Sunderland boss Jack Ross could have been left with a major issue in defence. Yet ONiens performances in the vacant right-back berth have been exceptional, just like his volley to open the scoring against Charlton.
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The Gills shocked Premier League Cardiff 1-0 to reach the fourth round of the cup. It means Sunderland's fixture against Steve Lovell's side, which was scheduled for January 26 will have to be rearranged.

2. Gillingham

The Gills shocked Premier League Cardiff 1-0 to reach the fourth round of the cup. It means Sunderland's fixture against Steve Lovell's side, which was scheduled for January 26 will have to be rearranged.
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The Iron moved out of the League One relegation zone with a 2-1 win over Coventry. Stuart McCalls side have now recorded three league victories in a row ahead of their meeting with Sunderland later this month.

3. Scunthorpe

The Iron moved out of the League One relegation zone with a 2-1 win over Coventry. Stuart McCalls side have now recorded three league victories in a row ahead of their meeting with Sunderland later this month.
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With FA Cup ties decimating the EFLs fixture list, the Football Leagues highlights could have been left out on a limb. Thankfully Sunderlands trip to Charlton didnt disappoint, as the show provided extensive coverage of the game at the Valley.

4. The EFL's highlights show

With FA Cup ties decimating the EFLs fixture list, the Football Leagues highlights could have been left out on a limb. Thankfully Sunderlands trip to Charlton didnt disappoint, as the show provided extensive coverage of the game at the Valley.
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