Brighton host Middlesbrough knowing that they have to win to keep their playoff aspirations alive.
Brighton v Middlesbrough kicks off at the AMEX at 15:00 on Tuesday, March 29, 2014.
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After losing to Ipswich Town and Sheffield Wednesday, Brighton know that they have to collect point to stay in the playoff race. However Brighton’s strikers are misfiring and the Seagulls have the worst attacking record in the top 17 of the table.
Manager Oscar Garcia will be without long-term injured Andrew Crofts and Craig Mackail-Smith but otherwise has no new squad problems to deal with.
Middlesbrough are sitting firmly in midtable and have nothing to play for except for pride and setting a foundation for next season. Boro have racked up the draws this season with a league high of 16 and would be happy to take 1 point from Brighton. Manager Aitor Karanka was happy to see his team score twice against Huddersfield, as they have also been extremely goal shy this season.
Middlesbrough could be unchanged from the 2-2 v Huddersfield with Jonathan Woodgate still a doubt and Mustapha Carayol out for the rest of the season.
Brighton: Kuszczak; Bruno, Upson, Greer, Ward; Forster-Caskey, Andrews, Ince; Buckley, Ulloa, Lingard
Middlesbrough: Konstantopoulos; Varga, Omeruo, Gibson, Friend; Whitehead, Chalobah; Adomah, Butterfield, Ledesma; Graham