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Darren Ferguson and Peterborough seem like a match made in heaven. He seems to have surpassed everyone's expectations at the club and whilst he has struggled in his management career elsewhere, he has worked wonders at the Posh.
Many critics thought that Sir Alex's son's side would be battling relegation but they look more like a mid-table team. He will have to do his best to keep some of his star players this winter and there is sure to be interest in the centre-back Ryan Bennett and forward Paul Taylor.
Peterborough are 14/5 to win the clash, the draw is 13/5 and a Sunderland win is 10/11.
The Posh face a rejuvenated Sunderland side. When the draw was made for the cup, the Black Cats looked in disarray. However, they have vastly improved under the leadership of Martin O'Neill. They now sit in mid-table after four wins in six games since O'Neill started.
Sunderland are an injury ravaged side but O'Neill will fancy success in the cup and is unlikely to field a second string side. However, injury looks to have taken its toll on Kieren Westwood, Seb Larsson, Wes Brown, Bramble, Bardsley and Connor Wickham.
Darren Ferguson's team have not lost any of their last five matches in the Championship and scored at least one goal in each. The Posh are 13/8 to back draw no bet. The Black Cats were knocked out of the competition at this stage last season by Notts County.
London Road has seen its fair share of goals over the last few seasons and for the Match Winner, we have enhanced the price of five goals or more in the game from 4/1! The Posh will be hoping that their FA Cup run does not end like last season, they shipped in six against the Premier League side Fulham.
If you do not think it will be high scoring but you fancy both teams to score, it is as short as 6/10.
Sunderland's main man is Bendtner, he can talk a great game but he still needs to prove himself in the Premier League. Wenger has deemed him surplus to requirements at Arsenal. He is 5/1 to grab the first goal and if he wants to secure a permanent contract at Sunderland, he will need to impress O'Neill.
Peterborough's problems lie in defense, they are 17/2 to lead at half time and not win. Sunderland put four past Wigan but they may take a while to get going and they could come from behind to win the match.
Ji Dong-Won (6/1, first goalscorer) scored the winner against City for Sunderland , his stoppage-time winner stunned the champions after coming off the bench. The goal was his second for Sunderland, he netted previously as a substitute against Chelsea. He is only twenty-years old and he has a big future ahead of him at the Black Cats.