Boss spoilt for choice for United finale
Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill has no fresh major injury concerns ahead of Sunday's final Premier League game with Manchester United.
Former United defender Wes Brown could make a surprise appearance after returning to training following a lengthy lay-off with a knee problem which dates back to the end of January. Realistically the fixture is likely to have come too soon for the centre-half although O'Neill might just be tempted to include him on the bench as it is against his old club. Fellow defender Titus Bramble is a more likely candidate to return to action after he made the bench at Fulham last week having recovered from an Achilles tendon complaint. However, Kieran Richardson and Sebastian Larsson are both ruled out of the clash after undergoing surgery on hernia problems. United need to win the game to keep alive their hopes of being crowned as champions, and then hope QPR do them a favour by taking points off title rivals Manchester City.