|John Mensah (Anton Ferdinand, 46)|
|David Meyler (Boudewijn Zenden, 88)|
|Darren Bent (Mwaruwari Benjani, 90)|
|Jack Cork (Robbie Blake, 81)|
|Martin Paterson (Steven Thompson, 46)|
The full-time whistle goes and Burnley are running out of time in their fight against relegation.
Benjani Mwaruwari replaces Darren Bent.
Steven Thompson is cautioned for a foul on Anton Ferdinand.
Boudewijn Zenden fires the ball over the bar from just outside the area.
There are four minutes of added time.
Kenwyne Jones's fierce shot produces a great save from Brian Jensen, who parries the ball away for a corner.
Boudewijn Zenden is on for David Meyler.
Michael Duff is booked for a foul on Darren Bent.
Burnley are ending the game well, Robbie Blake floats in a free-kick which is cleared by Kenwyne Jones.
Robbie Blake sends in a corner but it's cleared by Alan Hutton.
The Burnley fans are in full voice, can their team get something from this game?
Robbie Blake finds Steven Thompson whose low drive beats Craig Gordon.
Robbie Blake replaces Jack Cork.
David Meyler is booked for a foul on Chris Eagles.
Steed Malbranque finds Darren Bent but he can't get a clean shot away when he should have scored.
Darren Bent is flagged offside.
Wade Elliott gets a cross in but it's easy for Craig Gordon.
Jordan Henderson attempts to get a cross in but the ball runs out of play.
Kenwyne Jones easily beats the Burnley defence but skews his shot wide.
Kieran Richardson tries to find Kenwyne Jones but the ball goes through to Brian Jensen.
Jordan Henderson has a shot saved by Brian Jensen, who's definitely been the busier of the two keepers.
Craig Gordon is finally tested by a shot from Graham Alexander but he makes a comfortable save.
Misplaced passes from Burnley as Steven Thompson and Graham Alexander both give the ball away.
Chris Eagles goes for goal from just outside the area but his effort goes wide.
Steven Thompson appeals for a penalty but Howard Webb isn't interested.
Darren Bent seizes on a poor backpass from Wade Elliott but Graham Alexander manages to get a challenge in and Brian Jensen completes the clearance.
Kenwyne Jones and Leon Cort both require treatment after a clash of heads but are okay to continue.
Burnley get the ball forward as Tyrone Mears crosses towards Steven Thompson but Anton Ferdinand is able to make the clearance.
Kenwyne Jones forces another save from Brian Jensen as Sunderland continue to turn the screw.
Steed Malbranque almost finds Jordan Henderson but the ball goes through to Brian Jensen.
Kenwyne Jones has an effort saved by Brian Jensen.
Kieran Richardson's cross is cleared by Michael Duff but it's straight back to the Sunderland man who shoots straight at Brian Jensen.
The play is a bit stop-start with both sides conceding free-kicks.
Wade Elliott tries to find Steven Thompson but he asks too much of his team-mate and Anton Ferdinand can clear.
Chris Eagles heads over from Steven Thompson's cross.
Darren Bent is almost through on goal but Burnley manage to close him down and clear the ball.
Steven Fletcher has a long-range effort which flies wide of the right-hand post.
Steven Thompson replaces Martin Paterson.
Anton Ferdinand is on for John Mensah.
The second half gets underway.
The half-time whistle goes and Burnley have it all do now.
John Mensah is booked for a foul on Steven Fletcher.
Burnley have been poor and are staring at defeat despite having half the game still to go.
Fraizer Campbell heads the ball across goal towards Darren Bent who can't miss.
Steed Malbranque goes into the book for a foul on Jack Cork.
Tyrone Mears has a strike from just outside the area that flies wide.
Steed Malbranque swings in a free-kick and John Mensah puts it wide from close range as the Black Cats continue to dominate.
Alan Hutton produces another great cross from the right but it's headed wide by Darren Bent.
Chris Eagles tries to cross for Burnley but it goes out for a goal-kick.
Brian Laws is looking concerned as his team are failing to test Craig Gordon.
Burnley win a corner which is swung in by Danny Fox but it evades everyone and goes out for a goal-kick.
Alan Hutton has a strike from 12 yards saved by Brian Jensen.
The goal was coming, Burnley have it all to do now.
Alan Hutton's cross from the right is turned into the net by Fraizer Campbell.
Sunderland are cranking up the pressure, Kenwyne Jones hitting the post from Kieran Richardson's corner.
Michael Duff concedes a free-kick for handball but Jordan Henderson's ball is overhit.
Jordan Henderson hits a free-kick to John Mensah who looked like he'd scored with a header but Brian Jensen makes a fantastic save.
Kenwyne Jones has a shot on the turn from the edge of the area but Leon Cort gets a block in.
Jack Cork has a 20-yard effort blocked by David Meyler.
Fraizer Campbell is flagged offside.
The Burnley fans are making themselves heard around the Stadium of Light.
A great chance for Burnley as Graham Alexander floats a ball in but it's too far ahead of Chris Eagles and he can't get the vital touch.
The Sunderland fans howl their disapproval as Alan Hutton appeared to be fouled but referee Howard Webb waves play on.
Jack Cork tries to get Burnley on the attack but can't get a shot away.
John Mensah concedes a free-kick in a dangerous area for a foul on Steven Fletcher, Danny Fox takes the kick but it's cleared by Michael Turner.
Steed Malbranque is penalised for a foul on Tyrone Mears and Brian Jensen takes the free-kick.
Jordan Henderson tries to find Darren Bent but his throughball goes straight to Brian Jensen.
Darren Bent's cross take a deflection and looks to be going in but Brian Jensen makes a good save.
Burnley are straight on the attack but Michael Turner manages to get in front of Wade Elliott and heads the ball back to Craig Gordon.
The game gets underway.
Chris Eagles is back in the Burnley starting line-up replacing David Nugent.
Kenwyne Jones returns for Sunderland but Lee Cattermole is absent with a calf injury.
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