|DI CANIO "NOT WORRIED" DESPITE THRASHING
|14/1||Sunderland are 14/1 with Paddy Power to go down
However, Di Canio believes Sessgnon did not intend to hurt Sylla, and wants the dismissal rescinded and the three-game ban which the 28-year-old faces scrapped.
He told reporters: “There was not a straight leg...it is not a bad challenge.
“We saw the clip straight away in the dressing room. There was no intention to damage the opponent, so we are going to appeal.”
Sunderland currently sit in 15th spot in the Premier League on 37 points - the same amount as Newcastle United and Aston Villa, and five clear of Wigan.
Should Sessegnon's appeal be rejected, the Benin international would miss the Black Cats' matches against Stoke, Southampton and Tottenham.