Brighton will hope to boost their playoff chances and kill off Ipswich’s hopes of the playoffs.
Middlesbrough v QPR kicks off at 15:00 UK time on March 22, 2014.
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Middlesbrough are comfortably hovering in mid-table and will be looking to begin their building phase for next season now. Manager Aitor Karanka has made his team hard to beat but they are struggling to score goals. Boro have only lost twice at the Riverside all season, and will be hoping to trip up a struggling QPR to gain a top half finish.
Boro will be without Mustapha Carayol due to an ACL injury.
QPR go into Saturday’s match against Middlesbrough looking to consolidate their place in the playoffs after missing out on automatic promotion. A shock loss to Sheffield Wednesday didn’t impress manager Harry Redknapp who knows that every point is valuable with several other teams chasing for the playoff places. QPR have secured just two victories from their nine matches since the start of February – a run that has also yielded five defeats.
Redknapp will be without the suspended Richard Dunne, while Charlie Austin, Matthew Phillips, Kevin Doyle, Alejandro Faurlin and Danny Simpson are all injured.
Possible starting lineups
Middlesbrough: Konstantopoulos; Varga, Omeruo, Gibson, Friend; Leadbitter, Chalobah, Adomah, Tomlin, Ledesma; Graham
QPR: Green; Onuoha, Hughes, Hull, Yun; Barton, Jenas; Hoilett, Morrison, Kranjcar; Zamora