Middlesbrough will need to take all three points against Cardiff if they realistically want to keep their play-off dream alive on Wednesday evening (19:45 UK time).
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Middlesbrough go into the game with Cardiff five points off a play-off spot, knowing they will need to win all three of their remaining games if they want to have any chance of playing Premier League football next season.
Chris Wilder’s side’s poor form has seen them slip to 8th, having not won any of their last five league games and failing to score in four of them.
Cardiff currently sit in 19th place, safe from relegation with nothing really left to play for in their remaining three games apart from pride. The Welsh side have lost four of their last five games in the Championship and will be hoping they can end a tough season on a high at least.
Middlesbrough team news
Middlesbrough will be without joint top goalscorer Matt Crooks against Cardiff, as he serves the final game of his suspension, so Riley McGree should retain his place in midfield. Defender Dael Fry remains out, while Folarin Balogun could return up front after missing the weekend game with Swansea.
Cardiff City team news
Striker Max Watters returned to the side against Sheffield United on Saturday after not playing for the club since their 2-0 win over Coventry in February. The Bluebirds will still be without Sean Morrison, Alfie Doughty and Alex Smithies who all miss the trip to the Riverside through injury. Young striker Isaak Davies will be hoping to get his place back in the starting XI.
Scoreline prediction: Middlesbrough 1-0 Cardiff
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