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90 + 4
FULL-TIME: SUNDERLAND 1 NEWCASTLE 1
Cabaye goes in the book for a foolish challenge. Newcastle are going to be on the ropes for the closing minutes.
OWN GOAL BA (1-1)!!!
Williamson goes in the book after a body-check on Saha. He took one for the team, as Saha looked to be breaking clear on the attack.
Newcastle respond with a change of their own. Ben Arfa is going off to be replaced by Obertan.
O'Neill makes another change by replacing the ineffective Johnson with Vaughan.
Coloccini cannot continue, although he does seem to be okay and is jogging off the pitch. Taylor comes on in his place.
Another free-kick to Sunderland. It is a bit generous as Rose goes over after minimal contact this time from Ben Arfa. Coloccini is not impressed and is booked for dissent.
At the break in play for the set-piece, Sunderland send on Saha in place of Sessegnon.
45 + 3
HALF-TIME: SUNDERLAND 0 NEWCASTLE 1
Perch is introduced in place of Ameobi. The striker does not look happy as he makes his way off the field and straight down the tunnel. He has been booked so that may have influenced Pardew's decision as he looks for a more defensive line-up.
After Tiote's red card, Ameobi was booked for dissent in the following melee. Newcastle were not happy, as they thought play should have been stopped for the free-kick.
RED CARD TIOTE!!!
GOAL CABAYE (0-1)!!!
Mike Osbourne says: 'I am a Liverpool fan, but I always look forward to this game every season. Strange I know but it's a proper rivalry - the intensity! I can see Sunderland edging it 2-1.'
Ben Rainford says: 'My mate is cycling to Marbella from St Albans for charity and I have said I will do Lands End to John O'Groats for Shola's nominated charity if the Toon win 3-0 so hopefully my prediction of a 2-1 Newcastle victory will come off! Come on Shola!'
Sky Bet have plenty of markets if you fancy a flutter on this afternoon's game. Newcastle are 6/4 favourites for the Wear-Tyne derby, with the Black Cats at 7/4 and the draw 23/10. Incredibly, only three players in total on either side have scored in the Premier League this season and it is on offer at 11/2 that two of them, Steven Fletcher and Demba Ba, are on the mark again today.
Gabriel Sutton says: 'I think there could be an element of anti-climax about this derby. Both sides have top strikers but I think for the majority of the match it will be a tightly-contested battle in the middle of the park, am not sure the service to the front men will be frequent enough. I think a draw is the safest bet, one apiece.'
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