Middlesbough vs Fulham
There will be fireworks this evening, when Middlesbrough and Fulham will be squaring off each other in the Championship derby at Craven Cottage. Middlesbough are aiming to build on two consecutive Victories over Birmingham City and Peterborough, and they are likely to stick to their attacking style of play against Fulham. There are no fresh injury concerns in the home football club, but both Coburn and Watmore are pushing for a starting XI tonight after the duo go their names on the scoresheet at the weekend game.
The Cottagers moved one step closer to securing automatic promotion to English premier league thanks to a 2-0 Victory over QPR. Aleksandar Mitrovic scored a brace in the local derby, meaning that the opposition backline should have him at bay if they were to get something from this football clash. Anyhow, we believe that both teams should be happy with one point from today's football showdown. Kongolo remains on the sidelines and in the recovery room with injury for the visiting football team.
PREDICTIONS Fulham win
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