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Wigan Athletic vs Sunderland. Carabao Cup Round 3.

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Wigan Athletic 0

    Sunderland 2

    • N Broadhead (26th minute)
    • L O'Nien (54th minute)

    Wigan 0-2 Sunderland: Black Cats see off Latics to reach Carabao Cup last 16

    Match report as goals either side of half-time from Nathan Broadhead and Luke O'Nien saw Sunderland win 2-0 at Wigan; the Black Cats now advance to the last 16 of the Carabao Cup

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    Highlights from Sunderland's 2-0 win against Wigan

    Sunderland progressed to round four of the Carabao Cup with a thoroughly deserved 2-0 victory at Wigan.

    The clash pitted the top two in League One against each other, but a total of 17 changes - eight to Sunderland, nine to Wigan - showed where it lay on the respective list of priorities.

    Right from the off, Sunderland were first to every ball, with Aiden O'Brien seeing a 25-yard effort flash just wide of Ben Amos' right-hand post.

    O'Brien was then involved in Sunderland's opening goal on 26 minutes, when he appeared to be in an offside position as he chased a long ball.

    Wisely he allowed team-mate Nathan Broadhead to take delivery of the pass instead, and the finish from the on-loan Everton player whistled into the far corner of the net.

    Dennis Cirkin almost doubled the lead within moments, seeing a rasping drive tipped over by Amos.

    A mistake from Jason Kerr - making his debut after a deadline day move from St Johnstone - then allowed Leon Dajaku to race through on goal, only for Amos to again halt him.

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    Whatever Wigan boss Leam Richardson said at the break made little difference, with the visitors picking up where they had left off at half-time.

    Nine minutes after the restart, Luke O'Nien finished off a lovely team move with a fine finish.

    And only desperate defending in the final quarter prevented Sunderland from underlining their superiority further.

    When is the draw for the Carabao Cup fourth round?

    The fourth-round draw will take place after Manchester United's third-round clash with West Ham on Wednesday night; kick-off 7.45pm. The draw will be live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.

    • Fourth round: October 26 and 27
    • Quarter-finals: December 21 and 22
    • Semi-finals: January 4/5 and 11/12
    • Final: February 27
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