The Black Cats will visit Edinburgh to take part in Lewis Stevenson’s testimonial, but will go with heavy hearts after the death of Lowery.
The six-year-old’s family earlier confirmed that he had lost his battle with cancer and the football world has been in mourning since.
He touched the hearts of many after becoming a club mascot at Sunderland and developing a heartwarming bond with former Black Cats striker Jermain Defoe. He also led England out at Wembley earlier this year.
As the football world pays tribute to little Bradley on social media, Hibees fans want to rally together to remember him in Sunday’s game:
Can everyone retweet this please! pic.twitter.com/OxJVOy25WH
— Jane Park (@janeparkx) July 7, 2017
It will be an amazing moment to hear Lowery’s name being chanted around Easter Road in a game which should see thousands turn up to mark Stevenson’s lengthy Hibs career.
From everyone at talkingbaws.com, our thoughts and prayers go out to Bradley Lowery’s family.