Alex Neil says his Sunderland aspect will not be fazed by sold-out crowd at Hillsborough in League One play-off second leg as they defend one-goal lead towards Sheffield Wednesday
- Sunderland take a one-goal result in Sheffield Wednesday on Monday night time
- Ross Stewart scored the winner within the first leg on the Stadium of Gentle on Friday
- Black Cats boss Alex Neil expects a raucous ambiance at Hillsborough
Alex Neil has warned his Sunderland gamers to anticipate an environment to rival that of the Stadium of Gentle once they face Sheffield Wednesday at a sold-out Hillsborough tomorrow night.
The Black Cats boss described Friday night time’s 1-0 victory over the Owls as among the finest events he has ever skilled, a raucous crowd of 44,742 making it a Soccer League document for a play-off semi-final.
Neil, whose aspect are unbeaten in 14 League One matches, stated: ‘We all know it’ll be doubly tough on Monday as a result of they are going to do likewise by way of the ambiance.
Sunderland supervisor Alex Neil believes his aspect will attain the League One play-off remaining
Ross Stewart scored Sunderland’s winner as they seized the initiative within the first leg on Friday
‘However I am assured on this group, and hopefully folks can see that. I am not petrified of going wherever, we have been to massive stadiums and gained.
‘We stock a menace and we’re defensively stable. It isn’t going to be straightforward however there’s loads to love about us. If we proceed to try this then there is no purpose why we will not go there and get a end result.’