Middlesbrough are currently leading 1-0 at the Riverside against Brighton.
20. This atmosphere is absolutely incredible! Deafening! 1-0!
Middlesbrough fans are already gathering to watch their 12.30 game against Brighton and Hove Albion.
Boro only need to draw their final match to clinch automatic promotion to the Premier League.
Middlesbrough FC's head coach Aitor Karanka has said he is preparing his team to beat Brighton this weekend - despite only needing a draw in Saturday's Championship promotion decider.
In his pre-match press conference Atior Karanka said he was confident they have a good chance of winning.
Watch the whole of this week's press conference here:
AK: "Like I said the players are calm and so am I. With this squad if we play our best we will have chances to win the game."
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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 manager Aitor Karanka has been looking ahead to Saturday's home game against Ipswich Town.
Boro's fate is in their own hands. The Teessiders are two points clear at the top of the Championship and victory in their final three games will see them promoted to the premier league as champions."
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We spoke to Middlesbrough fans at the Riverside Stadium today, after last night's dramatic 2-1 victory over Reading took them back to the top of the Championship table.
One young supporter told us the atmosphere was "amazing" and he was so excited after Adam Forshaw's last-minute winning goal that he "hardly got any sleep."
Others said they were now "very confident" of securing promotion to the Premier League, with just five games remaining - and that the club's success was "a lift for the town" after bad news with job losses.
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