Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka believes the Championship title race could last until the final day of the season.
Just seven points separate the top seven teams in the league table. Boro dropped to second behind Derby after Saturday's 1-0 defeat against Leeds United.
Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka says his team can 'forget' about other results this weekend.
The Championship leaders welcome Leeds United to the Riverside in the early kick-off at 12:15pm tomorrow. Speaking ahead of the game, Karanka said his team only need to focus on their own result and don't have to look at the other scores.
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East Coast will implement 'dry trains' for the Arsenal v Middlesbrough game this weekend.
There will be an alcohol free policy for the FA Cup 5th Round match at the Emirates Stadium in London on February 15.
The dry train status will apply to all services departing London Kings Cross which call at Newcastle from 18:30 and 22:00 and will apply between Kings Cross and Newcastle only.
The following East Coast services will be 'dry trains' Departure Arrival:
- 1N30 18:30 KGX 21:43 NCL
- 1S31 19:00 KGX 21:50 NCL (23:33 EDB)
- 1N32 19:30 KGX 23:08 NCL
- 1N33 20:00 KGX 23:27 NCL
- 1N34 21:00 KGX 00:38 NCL
- 1N35 22:00 KGX 02:10 NCL
Premier League Swansea 1-1 Sunderland
Championship Middlesbrough 3-1 Charlton
League Two Portsmouth 1-0 Hartlepool United York City 0-2 Dag & Red
Boro came out all guns blazing and Vossen converts from close range to make it 2-1.
Premier League Swansea 0-1 Sunderland
Championship Middlesbrough 1-1 Charlton
League Two Portsmouth 0-0 Hartlepool United York 0-1 Dag & Red
5. Bamford makes it 1-0, steering home a header from a corner. Great start!
Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka has been named Championship Manager of the Month for January.
The Spaniard won the award after his side claimed three wins and a draw from their four league games last month.
Karanka reflected on the club's 'good month' in his press conference ahead of Saturday's game at home to Charlton.
Middlesbrough's Championship promotion campaign is gathering pace - and silverware. The club today won both the manager and player of the month awards for January.
Lee Tomlin was given the player of the month award. He gave an outstanding set of performances last month, scoring three goals and starring in Boro's tremendous FA Cup win at Manchester City.
Aitor Karanka took the manager of the month honours. His team went four games unbeaten in the league, including three wins. There was also the added bonus of that famous cup win at the Etihad Stadium.
Middlesbrough currently stand 3rd in the Championship table and they entertain Charlton Athletic at the Riverside tomorrow.