Sunderland v Wolves preview
Phil Bardsley. Lee Cattermole has missed the last two games with a heel problem and will be assessed ahead of kick-off, while goalkeeper Marton Fulop is still struggling with a similar injury. Darren Bent was rested against Birmingham but the in-form striker is likely to return at the expense of Fraizer Campbell. Wolves have made a decent start to the new campaign and currently occupy a mid-table position after picking up seven points from six matches. They were edged out by Manchester United in the Carling Cup but played well on their last Premier League outing to beat Fulham 2-1. A number of key players are also beginning to return from injury to boost Mick McCarthy but the manager will not want to push the likes of Michael Kightly and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake too hard. Both started at Old Trafford but are set to drop out as former Black Cats boss McCarthy makes a host of changes for the journey to the North East. On-loan Chelsea central defender Michael Mancienne, who was ineligible to play against United, will return while strikers Kevin Doyle and Andy Keogh are both set to come in. Wales international Wayne Hennessey will return in goal to replace Marcus Hahnemann with Greg Halford taking over from Kevin Foley at right-back. Dave Edwards has also been pencilled in to return for winger Kightly. Possible starting XIsSunderland: Gordon, Bardsley, Ferdinand, Turner, McCartney, Malbranque, Cana, Richardson, Reid, Jones, Bent. Wolves: Hennessey, Halford, Berra, Mancienne, Elokobi, Edwards, Henry, Castillo, Jarvis, Keogh, Doyle.