The side Sunderland fans want to start against Doncaster with FOUR changes following Coventry defeat

Six days after their manic 5-4 defeat to Coventry, Sunderland are back in action against Doncaster at the Stadium of Light - but who should start for the Black Cats?

By Joe Nicholson
Friday, 19 April, 2019, 14:04
Sunderland boss Jack Ross.

Earlier today the Echo ran a series of polls asking Sunderland supporters who they would play against an in form Donny side, who have won their last four league games. Scroll down to see how fans voted and the team they want to start.

The first-choice shot-stopper has started every league game for the Black Cats this season.
O'Nien has started Sunderland's last 11 league games at right-back and received 67 per cent of the votes.
Following Sunderland's defensive horror show against Coventry, 73 per cent of the fans who voted said they'd recall Dunne to face Doncaster at the Stadium of Light.
Baldwin's place could be under threat after Sunderland conceded five last time out. Still, 48 per cent of fans who voted said they'd keep the defender in the side, marginally more than Alim Ozturk and Tom Flanagan.
After two starts in two games, 68 per cent of fans who voted said they'd stick with the Costa Rica defender.

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Cattermole has been out injured since Sunderland's Checkatrade Trophy final defeat last month. He is back in contention to face Doncaster though, with 92 per cent of fans who voted calling for him to be recalled.
Leadbitter has started 12 of Sunderland's 14 league games since returning to the club in January.
Despite not being fully fit, McGeady was the overwhelming favourite to start on the left, gaining 69 per cent of the votes.
Morgan has started Sunderland's last three league games on the right flank.
Maguire hasn't featured since February after fracturing his fibula in the win over Gillingham. The forward has returned to training though, with 51 per cent of fans voting for Maguire to be recalled playing just behind the striker.
After Will Grigg admitted earlier this week he still isn't 100 per cent fit, 51 per cent of fans voted for Wyke to start up top against Donny.