Everton warmed up for next weekend’s FA Cup semi-final in style with four second-half goals in a thumping win over Sunderland.
Tottenham’s hopes of a top-four Premier League finish remain in the balance after a goalless draw at Sunderland.
Manchester City staged a dramatic late fightback to keep their title bid alive, coming from 3-1 down to draw with Sunderland at Etihad Stadium.
Everton set up an FA Cup semi-final Merseyside derby at Wembley with a deserved victory at Sunderland.
QPR’s relegation troubles increased as James McClean inspired Sunderland to an easy win.
Blackburn claim the first back-to-back wins under manager Steve Kean after beating Sunderland 2-0 at Ewood Park.
Everton and Sunderland must meet again for a place in the FA Cup semi-finals after battling out a draw at Goodison Park.
Liverpool’s faltering league form continued as they were beaten by a determined and dogged Sunderland side.
Newcastle substitute Shola Ameobi rescued a dramatic point against Sunderland, who had two players sent off.
Peter Odemwingie’s brace against Sunderland helped West Brom to a first home Premier League win since November.
Arsenal are knocked out of the FA Cup in the fifth round by Sunderland after a comfortable 2-0 victory for the Black Cats.
Thierry Henry’s stoppage-time winner handed Martin O’Neill his first home defeat as Sunderland manager.
Sunderland’s revival under Martin O’Neill continued unabated as James McClean scored the only goal to overcome 10-man Stoke.
Sunderland moved up to eighth in the Premier League after ending Norwich’s six-match unbeaten run in some style.
Two sublime goals extended Sunderland’s renaissance under Martin O’Neill and ended Swansea’s four-game unbeaten run.
Frank Lampard’s early goal saw Chelsea slow Sunderland’s resurgence under Martin O’Neill despite a nervy display.
Sunderland produced a clinical display to breeze past Peterborough in the FA Cup third round as their resurgence under Martin O’Neill continued.
Watch English Premier League match, Wigan Vs Sunderland highlights here.
Venue: DW Stadium
Date: Tuesday, 3 January
Kick-off: 1945 GMT
Ji-Dong-won’s injury-time winner earned Sunderland a superb victory over Premier League leaders Manchester City.
A controversial decision by referee Howard Webb gifted Everton a penalty, which Leighton Baines scored to rescue a draw at Sunderland.