Middlesbrough vs Norwich Live Stream : Riverside hosts crunch tie from Championship

Latest Middlesbrough v Norwich news with odds and live streaming from a busy Tuesday night in the Championship.

Its third takes on sixth as Middlesbrough welcome Norwich to Teesside on Tuesday night.

Aitor Karanka’s side beat Rotherham 3-0 last time out to make it 8 wins from their opening 15 games, enough to put them just two points off leaders Watford.


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The north-east side have been very effective away from home winning 5 and drawing 1 of their 8 games however they have been not as consistent in front of their own fans with 8 point dropped already from 7 games.

They face a Norwich side that has won just one of their last five games, losing one and drawing three. Last time out they got back to winning ways with a narrow 2-1 win over Bolton.

On the road they have impressed winning four and drawing one of their 8 games, scoring 11 goals and conceding just 5.

That goal-scoring record would be improved further against Middlesbrough with striker Cameron Jerome set to be included in the squad.

The former Birmingham striker scored two goals against Bolton to take his tally to 9 for the season however he was later forced off with a gash on his knee.

Thankfully the injury is not too severe with the striker set to take his place in the starting XI.

Norwich could also hand a second start to Gary O’Neill after he impressed on Friday however Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe (knee), playmaker Wes Hoolahan, defender Ryan Bennett and goalkeeper Mark Bunn (all ankle) are all out.

Middlesbrough meanwhile have no major new injury or suspension worries with Albert Adomah set to return.The winger missed the win at Rotherham with sick stomach but it fit to resume action tonight.

Trevor Keane

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.

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