Luton Town vs Sunderland: How to watch and spread more information on tickets, odds and injury news

Here, however, we take a look at everything you need to know about Sunderland vs Luton Town:

Tony Mowbray, Sunderland head coach

When is Sunderland vs Luton Town?

The Championship clash between Sunderland and Luton Town will take place on Saturday, October 29. Kick-off at Kenilworth Road is at 3 p.m.

Is Sunderland vs Luton Town on TV or airing on SAFSEE?

Sunderland’s game with Luton Town will not be televised by Sky Sports. UK fans will not be able to stream the game on SAFSEE. In place. However, fans outside the UK will be able to stream the clash on SAFSEE.

If not, how can I follow the game?

BBC Radio Newcastle will offer live commentary from the clash featuring Nick Barnes and former Sunderland player Gary Bennett.

Alternatively, supporters can stay up to date with all the latest game news and updates with the Sunderland Echo.

Our editors Phil Smith and Joe Nicholson will bring you all the latest team news, pre-game and post-game updates and reactions to some of the biggest talking points in the game.

What’s the latest team news ahead of Luton Town vs Sunderland?

Dan Ballard will be on the sidelines until the World Cup suffers after the 22-year-old suffered a broken foot in Sunderland’s 2-2 draw with QPR. Aji Alese will also be out for a similar period after injuring his foot in the Blackburn Rovers game.

Niall Huggin is progressing in his recovery and recently played for the Sunderland youth team. Tony Mowbray recently confirmed the striker Ross Stewart will be sidelined for at least six weeks.

Stewart suffered a thigh problem in the warm-up ahead of the 1-0 defeat at Middlesbrough which meant he was dropped from the starting XI.

Ellis Sims went off in the first half of Sunderland’s game against Reading with a toe problem. Mowbray said after the game he hoped there was no broken bone, but admitted the injury was a major concern. Simms hasn’t played against Blackpool, Preston or Wigan.

Three Black Cats players are close to a one-game suspension, with Alex Prichard, jack clark and Luke O’Nien both on four yellow cards for the season.

What are the latest betting odds for Luton Town vs Sunderland?

All odds courtesy of BettingOdds.com:

All odds correct at time of writing. Over 18 only. Please gamble responsibly and be aware of gambling. www.begambleaware.org.

Can I get tickets for Luton Town vs Sunderland?

The Hatters have announced the home game against Sunderland has sold out with a bumper crowd expected at Kenilworth Road. The Black Cats have also sold out the away leg for the game and there are no tickets currently available on safc.com.

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