Middlesbrough missed a chance to go back to the top of the Championship after they were held to a goalless draw by Ipswich.
Boro's next game is away to Birmingham next Friday.
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Middlesbrough's trip to Championship leaders Hull City 'will be a good test', according to Head Coach Aitor Karanka.
Boro, who are just one point below Hull in the table, travel to the KC Stadium on Saturday.
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Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka has said, his side are stilling "working" on getting more transfers before the summer window closes.
On whether or not Middlesbrough are still active in the transfer market, Karanka said: "We are working". @itvfootball
Boro have signed four players since the end of last season.
Middlesbrough could take a big step towards promotion tonight when they face Norwich in what is a crucial game at the top of the Championship.
Defender Ben Gibson has said he knows exactly how fans will be feeling ahead of the match:
Boro are currently fourth place in the league one point behind The Canaries.
Middlesbrough survived a sending off and came from behind against Birmingham tonight, February 18, to earn a draw and go top of the Championship table.
Boro's goalkeeeper Dimi Konstantopoulos was given a red card for bringing Birmingham striker Clayton Donaldson down and Paul Caddis converted the resulting penalty for the Blues just before half-time.
Patrick Bamford then went on to score a second-half equaliser with less than 17 minutes of full time left and the game finished 1-1.
Aitor Karanka: "In the second half with 10 men we played much better because we played with the intensity that we know we can."
Middlesbrough extend their unbeaten run to nine games and reclaim the place at the top of the table by a single point.
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