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    Nottingham Forest to clinch the points against Middlesbrough

    Nottingham Forest vs Middlesbrough Preview 10/12/2019

    09 December 2019 | Championship | Preview
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    Nottingham Forest to clinch the points against Middlesbrough

    Nottingham Forest earned a point in a 2-2 draw away at Millwall in the Championship on Saturday and although Tuesday night’s hosts dropped down to 5th place, they return to the City Ground for this upcoming clash against Middlesbrough looking to return to winning ways.

    Having lost just once in their last six matches in the second tier, Sabri Lamouchi’s side still occupy a place in the Championship play-off pack, thanks to recent wins against Luton Town, east midlands rivals, Derby County, and QPR - the latter being a resounding 4-0 win away from home at Loftus Road.

    Forest have suffered a couple of recent hiccups on home turf though at their City Ground as they’ve been handed defeats by Hull City and Cardiff City, but both of these teams currently sit in the top half of the Championship, while Middlesbrough are still floundering in the lower reaches of the division.

    With just 3 defeats out of their last 10 matches at home (a run that includes 6 wins for Forest), Tuesday night’s hosts will be keen to grab the points here as they welcome former striker, Britt Assombalonga, back to the City Ground.

    Middlesbrough will make their way down to Nottingham in reasonably confident mood having secured a second win in three matches on Saturday when they registered a 1-0 home win against Charlton Athletic, and along with the recent 1-0 win at home over Barnsley, these victories have given manager Jonathan Woodgate a stay of execution.

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    However, it should be noted that both of these aforementioned wins were both at home and both against teams sitting in the bottom half of the Championship with just 2 away wins out of a total of 20 matches between them.

    Overall results for Middlesbrough do appear to be improving on the face of it as Boro have lost just 1 of their last 5 matches, but delve a little deeper and the results away from home continue to undermine any revival they may be staging at their Riverside Stadium.

    Middlesbrough still remain without an away win so far this season with their record consisting of 4 draws and 5 defeats, while the bigger picture shows that the north-east outfit have picked up just 2 away wins out of their last 15 matches on the road.

    Nottingham Forest therefore should have the edge over Boro at the City Ground on Tuesday night.

    Home team - Away team Probability in% Forebet Correct score Avg. goals Weather conditions Odds Kelly Criterion Score
    1 X 2
    Championship | Round 21, Regular Season
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    Nottingham ForestMiddlesbrough
    10/12/2019 21:45 GMT
    483220 1 2 - 0 2.33 1.77
    FT
    1 - 1
    (0 - 0)

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    England Championship - predictions, tips, statistics
    Regular Season
    OVERALL TABLE PTS GP W D L GF GA +/-
    1. West Bromwich 53 28 14 11 3 50 31 19
    2. Leeds United 52 28 15 7 6 43 24 19
    3. Fulham 49 29 14 7 8 42 30 12
    4. Nottingham Forest 48 28 13 9 6 39 28 11
    5. Brentford 47 28 14 5 9 44 21 23
    6. Preston North End 46 29 13 7 9 42 34 8
    7. Swansea City 45 28 12 9 7 34 31 3
    8. Millwall 44 28 11 11 6 36 32 4
    9. Bristol City 44 28 12 8 8 42 40 2
    10. Sheffield Wednesday 42 28 12 6 10 39 31 8
    11. Blackburn Rovers 40 28 11 7 10 40 35 5
    12. Hull City 39 28 11 6 11 40 36 4
    13. Cardiff City 39 28 9 12 7 39 41 -2
    14. QPR 38 28 11 5 12 46 51 -5
    15. Reading 37 28 10 7 11 35 32 3
    16. Derby County 37 28 9 10 9 29 36 -7
    17. Middlesbrough 35 29 8 11 10 29 36 -7
    18. Birmingham City 34 29 9 7 13 35 46 -11
    19. Charlton Athletic 30 29 7 9 13 37 41 -4
    20. Huddersfield 29 28 7 8 13 31 44 -13
    21. Stoke City 28 28 8 4 16 34 42 -8
    22. Barnsley 24 29 5 9 15 35 54 -19
    23. Wigan Athletic 23 28 5 8 15 25 43 -18
    24. Luton Town 21 28 6 3 19 34 61 -27

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