Last Updated at 4:53 pm, February 11th 2012
FULL-TIME:It's all over and Arsenal have won it 2-1 thanks to Henry's last-gasp goal after Aaron Ramsey came off the bench to cancel out James McClean's opener for Sunderland.
Arteta is down holding his leg after getting caught by Sessegnon, but the Sunderland man escapes any action.
GOAL: Henry looks like he has grabbed the winner for Arsenal as he gets on the end of Arshavin's superb cross to volley past Mignolet.
Sunderland make a change of their own as Ji Dong-won replaces the tiring Campbell.
Arshavin comes on for Walcott.
Rosicky is booked for kicking the ball away after Vermaelen brings down Campbell on the edge of the box. A bit of confusion who actually got booked Rosicky or Vermaelen.
Arsenal equalise as Ramsey with almost his first touch draws the visitors level as he fires in a shot from the edge of the box which comes off the post and across the line onto the other post before spinning into the net.
Aaron Ramsey comes on for the stricken Mertesacker.
Mertesacker is still down and it looks like he has picked up a bad injury as he is stretchered off the pitch.
GOAL: McClean fires Sunderland in front as he capitalises on Mertesacker going down after stumbling over himself and the young winger drills his shot past Szczesny from an acute angle.
Oxlade-Chamberlain is replaced by Thierry Henry in the first change of the game.
Sunderland fan David Lynn believes the home side need to bring on Ji Dong-won in the second half.
The referee brings the first half to a close and it is goalless at the break and not a lot to report with chances few and far between. What does each manager need to do at the break? Email me at Peter.O'Rourke@bskyb.com, or tweet me @skysportspeteo
Campbell is booked for a foul on Van Persie on the edge of the box. Chance for Arsenal to strike just before the break.
Richardson is the first player to be booked for a late tackle on Sagna.
The Black Cats have won three on the bounce but Arsenal start as 11/10 favs. Martin O'Neill's men are 12/5 as is the draw. The in-form Fraizer Campbell is 7/1 to grab the 1st goal while the prolific Robin Van Persie is 7/2 to strike first.
Ashley Rowland is predicting a 3-1 win for Arsenal. What do you think?
If you fancy a flutter on today's game the latest odds are in from Skybet: Sunderland 12/5 Draw 12/5 Arsenal 11/10
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