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Black Cats could be put out of their misery at last

David Moyes has had little to celebrate since arriving at Sunderland
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Three things to watch out for this weekend ...

1 Sunderland's shoddy season may hit a new low
Fair play to David Moyes for getting his prediction absolutely spot-on when he said in August that his Sunderland side would be in a fight against relegation.

The Black Cats could go down this weekend if they lose at home to Bournemouth and Hull pick up a positive result at Southampton.

Coral are 1-3 that Moyes is not in charge at the Stadium of Light for the start of the 2017-18 campaign and the Scot is 9-4 to stay.

2 St Totteringham's Day could end in style
You have to go back to 1995 for the last time Tottenham finished above Arsenal and such has been the one-way dominance that the Gunners have even christened the day each season when it is no longer possible for Spurs to be top dogs in north London.

However, St Totteringham's day almost certainly won't be celebrated this year as Spurs 14 stand points clear of their local rivals, and should Mauricio Pochettino's title-chasers beat Arsenal at White Hart Lane Tottenham will confirm their place as north London's finest.

A word of warning though - Spurs have kept only one clean sheet in their last 44 matches against Arsenal.

3 Sky Bet League One set for grand finale
Bolton are 1-14 to go up automatically after Sunday's final round of third-tier fixtures.

A point at home to Peterborough will almost certainly be good enough for the Trotters although Fleetwood, who host Port Vale, are waiting to pounce on any slip-up. Vale are 1-6 to be relegated with Gillingham 13-2 and Bury 16-1.

Millwall are in pole position to grab the final playoff spot but either Southend or Rochdale can take advantage if the Lions drop points at Bristol Rovers.

The Black Cats could go down this weekend if they lose at home to Bournemouth and Hull pick up a positive result at Southampton
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