Here;s all you need to know about how to watch the match on TV – there should be plenty of interest for this one.
How to watch
This match will not be available for broadcast from the Stadium of Light due to the UK broadcast rule on 3PM kickoff Championship matches in the UK.
It’s already a disappointing campaign for the Watford side who’re effectively out of contention for the top six after a string of unfortunate results in the past few weeks.
The Black Cats have 65 points from 44 matches, they occupy 6th position on superior goal difference over Millwall and Blackburn who both have 65 points as well.
Meanwhile Watford, after 44 rounds of matches, have 59 points and are 13th on the table; safe from relegation and out of place for the playoffs.
The Yellow Army has nothing to play for here.
Similarly, Watford recorded losses in their last two games to continue their overall disappointing run from the past few weeks.
Tony Mowbray has overseen a seven-match unbeaten streak for Sunderland in the past few weeks: W3 D4 L0.
This decent run of form has put the team on the brink of making the promotion playoffs.
Chris Wilder’s Watford have been unbeaten in just three of their last seven games: W1 D2 L4. This poor run of form threw the team out of playoff contention.