No injury worries for Makems

Sunderland boss Roy Keane has no new injury worries ahead of Sunday’s final Barclays Premier League clash with Arsenal.

Indeed, he has hinted that transfer-listed winger Ross Wallace could get a chance after his absence with a knee problem which has ruled him out of senior action since January.

Loan signing Jonny Evans will play the last game of his second loan spell with the Black Cats before returning to Manchester United, while Phil Bardsley and Dickson Etuhu (both knee) are out.

Sunderland (from): Gordon, Fulop, Whitehead, Harte, Nosworthy, McShane, Evans, Higginbotham, Collins, Wallace, O’Donovan, Reid, Yorke, Leadbitter, Miller, Richardson, Edwards, Jones, Chopra, Stokes, Prica, Waghorn.

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