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Live football streaming: Watch Crystal Palace v Middlesbrough in the Championship
Fifth hosts Sixth on Saturday (1500 GMT) with the two promotion hopefuls seeking to close the gap on 2nd placed Hull.
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Middlesbrough travel to a Palace side who have only been beaten once all season at Selhurst Park. Middlesbrough have lost 9 of their 15 games on the road this season.
Following 5 straight defeats, Middlesbrough picked up a vital 3 points at home to Leeds earlier this week. They’ll hope to use that momentum to get an unlikely result at Crystal Palace.
Boro will be without striker Curtis Main after he picked up a red card in the win over Leeds.
Tony Mowbray also has defensive problems. Jonathan Woodgate is out and fellow defenders Seb Hines and Andre Bikey are considered doubtful.
Palace will be boosted by the return of Mike Jedinak and defender Joel Ward also has a good chance of making a return this weekend.
Glenn Murray has scored an impressive 24 goals for Palace this season. Middlesbrough have had 19 different scorers this season so it is difficult where to pin the key threats.
Statswise Middlesbrough seem highly unlikely to leave with all 3 points. Plenty of goals are likely with Middlesbrough possibly snatching a draw.
- Updated: February 13, 2013