Andrew Taylor gets his second bite of the cherry in the Sunderland hot seat this weekend.
His first game in caretaker charge of the Black Cats ended in a 1-1 draw with Burton, but now he has to prepare his side to face Wigan Athletic.
Taylor fielded a pretty similar team to Phil Parkinson in midweek, perhaps due to a lack of preparation time.
Therefore, now he’s had a few days to practise his methods, will we see greater change? Only time will tell.
Here’s the XI we’re predicting Taylor to select for a 3pm kick-off on Saturday.
Sunderland are stuck in a rut at the moment and could be without three key players this afternoon.
There are also fears over the fitness of Charlie Wyke who suffered a knee issue against Burton a few days ago.
As such, we think that Taylor will have to make two enforced changes. Will Grigg was unlucky not score against the Brewers, hitting the post, so he comes into the XI for Wyke, while the other change is at right wing-back.
Loanee Dion Sanderson replaced O’Nien for the final exchanges when he went off last Tuesday so looks set to replace the former Wycombe man out wide.
The final change we’re tipping Taylor to make is in goal. Remi Matthews had a howler for Burton’s goal, spilling it straight to Charles Vernam who was left with a simple tap in.
He’s not looked particularly assured between the posts so we reckon it’s time for an adjustment.
The rest of the side sorts itself out, but starting for a successive game is Elliot Embleton, someone striving to prove himself after a lengthy injury spell last season.