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FT: Sunderland 1 Norwich 1.
Yellow card for Camp as he looked to hold up play by delaying his goal-kick.
Larsson concedes a foul on Howson, and that earns the midfielder a yellow card.
Another Canaries change now, as Snodgrass heads off in place of Whittaker.
Wickham takes to the field for the hosts, with Johnson making way.
Graham makes way and on comes McClean for Sunderland.
A massive chance for Norwich, as Holt is played clean through by Snodgrass, before a poor touch allows Mignolet in to claim, with Holt's tackle on the keeper earning him a yellow card.
Bramble enters the fray for Sunderland, with Cuellar succumbing to that injury.
A slightly odd call from Hughton, who takes off the lively Kamara and introduces Holt into the game.
Rhys from Sunderland writes: 'Sunderland are clearly in the ascendancy in this game. It's a game of vital importance for us and we need to win if we want to stay in the Premier League. Some fantastic decisions by the officials today. Lets hope the current run of play continues.'
HT: Sunderland 1 Norwich 1.
For his protestations during the penalty award, Snodgrass picked up a booking.
GOAL! Gardner steps up and finds the top left corner with a superb penalty that draws the Black Cats level!
Penalty to Sunderland!
Camp takes his place in the Norwich goal, with Hoolahan the man sacrificed.
Bunn is sent off!
GOAL FOR NORWICH - HOOLAHAN!
Ben Gleeson writes: 'I've been really disappointed by Sunderland's free fall recently. They actually seemed to play better football before they bought a proven striker!. Both team's seem have stalled and I expect a pretty lack-luster score draw. Although I am excited by Kamara.'
Some betting news from our Sky Bet colleagues now. The Canaries have racked up just 27 goals home and away, only 11 of which have been scored away from of Carrow Road, with under 2.5 goals 8/11 on at Sky Bet. Norwich have also drawn six games 0-0 this season, which is a tempting 9/1 shot, while they've failed to score in six of their last eight Premier League games. Steven Fletcher has opened the scoring on seven occasions this term, which is more than any other player, making him the 4/1 favourite to do so once more.
A happy Cameron Doran writes: 'Very happy with the Norwich line up today. I think that Kamara will work well with little Wes in behind him. Would love to see Kamara on the scoresheet today.'
Adam Shovelton tweets: 'Happy with the changes MON has made, especially with Cuellar back, a clean sheet and Graham on the scoresheet please!'
Team news analysis from Jamie Colclough, who writes: 'I'm liking Vaughan being in for N'Diaye, but disagree with Larsson being played. Should play Bardsley at RB and put Gardner in CM. In all honesty I don't think we'll win. I'm going for a 1-1 draw.'
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