Thursday, January 10th, 2013
Fourth placed Middlesbrough welcome sixth placed Watford to the North East on Saturday (1500 GMT) in what promises to be a tasty encounter.
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Two sides chasing promotion to the Premier league will line up against one another as they strive to grab one of the automatic promotion places.
Watford will be looking to bounce back following their 3-0 defeat at the hands of Man City last weekend. In their last league game they found themselves on the wrong side of a 4-3 classic with Charlton.
Middlesbrough come into this game high on confidence. They overcame Hastings in the FA Cup 4-1 and also boast the second best home record in the Championship.
The Hornets, however, boast the second best away record in the league. No one has scored more goals on the road than Watford so don’t expect a comfortable home victory in this game.
Middlesbrough’s key man will be striker Scott Mcdonald who has bagged 10 goals from 20 appearances this season. Midfielder Grant Leadbitter has only missed one game this season, Tony Mowbray seeing him as a vital part of this Middlesbrough team.
Boro will be without Jonathan Woodgate, Julio Arca and Justin Hoyte and are waiting on the fitness of key player Seb Hines, Marvin Emnes and Josh McEachran.
Gianfranco Zola has no such problems with ex-Arsenal goalkeeper Manuel Almunia and Almen Abdi likely to return to the fray.
It’s difficult to predict which way this game will go. One thing for sure is that it wont end 0-0.