Sunderland fans want to see this team start against Portsmouth
With a number of key players set to return from injury in time for the play-off semi-final, Ross could be tempted to ring the changes after a limp defeat to Southend United last time out. And fans have called on Ross to make SIX changes for the play-off clash, with Sunderland potentially just three games away from promotion back to the Championship. Scroll down and click through the pages to see the team Sunderland supporters want to start against Portsmouth:
Having excelled throughout the campaign, McLaughlin is nailed-on to start between the sticks for the Black Cats.
A popular choice among supporters, 73% of fans wanted to see O'Nien given the nod ahead of Adam Matthews.
Denver Hume was picked ahead of the Costa Rican for the trip to Southend United, but 63% of fans want to see Oviedo handed a recall against Pompey.
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Having impressed since his recall last month, Ozturk is set to continue in the side against Portsmouth - and 51% of fans voted for him to start.
Dunne has been left out of the side in recent weeks, with Tom Flanagan preferred, but 46% of supporters have called for the Burnley loanee to start.
61% of fans are keen to see Cattermole return to the side after he missed the trip to Southend United through injury.
The Scot was a late introduction off the bench at Roots Hall, but supporters voted for him to start ahead of Max Power and Grant Leadbitter against Pompey.
Another key player set to return from injury, 75% of supporters want to see the Celtic loanee given the nod on the right flank.
It's no surprise that a staggering 94% of supporters voted to start McGeady after the wideman returned to training this week.
The fans' favourite returned to the starting line-up at Southend and, having netted the Black Cats' only goal on the day, is being backed by 81% of fans to start against Portsmouth.
Having led the line with some real quality in recent weeks, 79% of fans voted for Wyke to lead the line.