Sunderland host Ipswich Town on Saturday afternoon in what should be an enthralling League One clash.
The two sides met at Portman Road earlier in the season back in August, drawing 1-1 after an equaliser from Lynden Gooch.
The Black Cats lost 2-0 away at Portsmouth last weekend, but prior to that had not lost a league fixture since December 7, going unbeaten in nine games.
Meanwhile Ipswich come into this game off the back of a 4-1 mauling at home last weekend to promotion rivals Peterborough United.
Only three points now separate the two sides going into the game, with Sunderland seventh in the table and Ipswich sitting in fourth.
When is Sunderland vs Ipswich?
The match takes place on Saturday, February 8. The game gets under way at the traditional time of 3pm. It is one of ten League One games taking place at the same time.
Is Sunderland vs Ipswich on TV?
You can follow all the action in our with team news, live updates, reaction and analysis from our writers at the Stadium of Light.
Can you still buy tickets?
Yes, Sunderland are selling tickets from their online box office and also from the Stadium of Light box office at selected times.
More than 30,000 tickets have already been sold.
What are the injury concerns? Who is in the teams?
Sunderland will be without centre-back Joel Lynch who was knocked unconscious during the defeat at Portsmouth.
Due to FA protocol around head injuries he is unable to take part.
Phil Parkinson also has an injury worry over targetman Charlie Wyke who came off in the same game at Fratton Park with a shoulder problem.
Captain Grant Leadbitter will also miss the game after been given time away from the club to deal with personal issues.
Everyone else in the squad will be available for selection.
Sunderland likely XI: McLaughlin, Willis, Wright, Flanagan, O'Nien, Dobson, Power, Hume, Maguire, Lafferty, Gooch.
Ipswich likely XI: Norris, Chambers, Wilson, Woolfenden, Donacien, Downes, Skuse, Kenlock, Judge, Jackson, Keane.
Who is the ref?
Jeremy Simpson will be the man in the middle on Saturday.
What are the bookies saying?