SUNDERLAND'S travelling fans have been left frustrated after their trip to Trannere Rovers next week was put back by 24 hours.

It has been confirmed that as a result of Tranmere's FA Cup victory over Watford, the League One match at Prenton Park will be played on Wednesday, January 29 at 7.45pm.

Micky Mellon’s Rovers beat Premier League side Watford in a third-round replay on Thursday night to set up a fourth-round home tie against Manchester United.

That game with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side will take place on Sunday on BT Sport, so the game with Sunderland has gone back a day.

Sunderland, who face Doncaster tonight at home, are still working on new signings but are not particularly close on deals.

And it has emerged that one of their targets, West Brom striker Rayhaan Tulloch, is being targeted by Rangers.

Aston Villa, Bournemouth, Southampton and Newcastle United have all been keeping an eye on him, while Rangers and Sunderland could offer a better chance of first team football now.

Sunderland had indentified him as a potential loan signing, like Rangers, who are also looking at adding him for next season too. He is out of contract in June.