The Sunderland team fans think Jack Ross should name for the Checkatrade Trophy final with Portsmouth

Sunderland head to Wembley to face Portsmouth this weekend - and supporters have been having their say on which team Jack Ross should name for the Checkatrade Trophy final.

By Mark Donnelly
Thursday, 28 March, 2019, 09:46
Sunderland fans have named the side they think Jack Ross should name against Portsmouth

There are a number of selection dilemmas across the pitch for Jack Ross but, in a series of polls on our @sunechosafc Twitter account, we asked fans which side they would name for the Wembley final. Scroll down and click through the pages to see who they believe should get the nod against Portsmouth:

There's no surprises in goal, where 87% of Sunderland fans want to see the impressive McLaughlin start between the sticks.
The fans' favourite has been a revelation since Jack Ross moved him to right-back, and 89% of supporters said they wanted to see O'Nien start in a similar position at Wembley.
Despite competition in this area from the returning Denver Hume and Bryan Oviedo, 46% of supporters suggested they wanted James to remain in the side against Portsmouth.
In and out of the Sunderland side in recent weeks, 45% of supporters urged Ross to give Baldwin the nod at centre back ahead of the trip to the national stadium.
Sunderland supporters were keen to see the Flanagan and Baldwin partnership retained for the final, with 48% backing the former Burton man to earn a start.

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The midfielder spoke this week of getting his 'spark' back, and 59% of supporters want to see that spark ignite once again at Wembley.
The former Middlesbrough man has flourished alongside Cattermole, so it's no surprise that 51% of fans backed him to start alongside his regular partner at Wembley.
Having impressed since joining from Celtic in January, Morgan has been backed by 70% of Sunderland fans to start at Wembley ahead of Lynden Gooch.
The most convincing selection of the lot - 98% of fans called for McGeady to start out wide after his dazzling form in recent weeks.
After his suspension was overturned, Sunderland fans are keen to see their skipper handed a recall at Wembley - 59% backing his inclusion for the final.
While his inclusion may hinge on how he reacts to training this week, a convincing 92% of Sunderland fans want to see their star striker handed a starting berth against Portsmouth.