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Blackburn Rovers host automatic promotion chasing Middlesbrough in Sunday’s Championship clash.

Gary Bowyer’s men sit just four points off the play-off spots, whilst Boro need the result to have a chance of a top two position going into 2015.

Blackburn led at their closest rivals Bolton, however failed to come away from the Reebok with even a point.

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Joshua King gave Blackburn the lead in the first period, before Emile Heskey equalised on the hour mark on his Bolton debut.

Just three minutes later Bolton won the match through Darren Pratley, as the hosts continued their own good form.

Boro got back to winning ways in style, easing past Nottingham Forest 3-0 on Boxing Day.

George Friend gave Boro the lead early in the second half, before the visitors were reduced to 10 men after Kelvin Wilson was sent off.

The hosts sealed the win late on through substitute Jelle Vossen and a Grand Leadbitter spot kick.

The pair played out a dramatic 1-1 draw earlier in the season, with Blackburn equalising in the last minute at the Riverside.

Team news
Rudy Gestede and Jordan Rhodes will continue their partnership up front, with the pair in excellent form.

The former Hull midfielder Tom Cairney is a doubt; however should start, with Friday’s goalscorer King operating from the wing.

Vossen looks set to earn a start after his goalscoring cameo against Nottingham Forest on Friday.

He will take the place of the Spanish striker Kike, who has struggled in recent weeks, after a promising start.

Daniel Ayala is an injury doubt, meaing the Chelsea loanee Kenneth Omeruo will start in central defence.

Blackburn: Robinson; Baptiste, Hanley, Duffy, Olsson; Marshall, Tunnicliffe, Cairney, King; Gestede, Rhodes
Middlesbrough: Konstantopoulos; Nsue, Omeruo, Gibson, Friend; Clayton, Leadbitter, Adomah, Reach, Bamford; Vossen

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