Luton vs Sunderland: Black Cats eye place at Wembley as Hatters look to get back in the tie – stream, TV, team news | The Sun

SUNDERLAND beat Luton 2-1 in the first leg of their Championship Play-Off semi-final.

The Black Cats fell behind early on after Elijah Adebayo netted to give the Hatters the lead.

Rob Edwards' side lead was short-lived, as Amad Diallo struck just before half-time to equalise.

21-year-old Trai Hume scored the winner at the Stadium of Light as Sunderland eye consecutive promotions.

The Black Cats were promoted from League One last season courtesy of a Play-Off final victory over Wycombe.

When is Luton vs Sunderland?

  • Luton vs Sunderland will take place on Tuesday, May 16th.
  • Kick off will be at 8pm GMT.
  • Kenilworth Road will play host.

What channel is Luton vs Sunderland on and can it be live streamed?

  • Luton vs Sunderland will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Football.
  • Sky Sports customers can live stream all the action via the NOW app which is free to download onto your mobile or tablet device.
  • Alternatively, you can follow SunSport's live blog to keep up to date with all of the action from Kenilworth Road.

Team news

Rob Edwards will be hoping midfielder Alife Doughty will recover in time to feature on Tuesday night after being forced off with cramp late on at the Stadium of Light.

Sunderland have several injury concerns as they head into the Play-Off semi-final second leg.

Dennis Cirkin missed Saturday's first leg with an ankle injury and will remain sidelined for tomorrow's game.

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Tony Mowbray will be hoping that injuries to both key men Alex Pritchard and Patrick Roberts aren't serious.

The integral duo were forced off late on in the first leg and are both doubts for Tuesday night.

Elliot Embleton, Ross Stewart, Corry Evans, Danny Batth and Aji Alese will all remain unavailable.


Match result

  • Luton – 21/20
  • Draw – 9/4
  • Sunderland – 27/10

To qualify

  • Luton – 6/4
  • Sunderland – 1/2

*Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes and are correct at the time of publication.

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