|(Loanee Steven Pienaar is flourishing with regular football at familiar surroundings)|
|(Striker Andy Williams 15 goals this season & could be in demand this summer)|
(Middlesbrough will hope to have strike Marvin Emnes return from his ongoing knee injury)
In the final round of Championship fixtures, Middlesbrough have a must win fixture over Watford at Vicarage Road. Middlesbrough need all three points & also hope Welsh side Cardiff City lose away at Crystal Palace to gain the final play-off spot. Middlesbrough have given themselves a chance after coming from behind to beat Southampton 2-1 last weekend & have grabbed seven points from a possible nine in their last three. Most sides would prefer a home fixture when looking for a maximum points but not Middlesborough who have a better record on the road with ten victories compared to only eight at home. Hosts Watford recovered from a poor opening few months to sit comfortably in 14th place which gives rookie manager Sean Dyche something to build on next season & of course they'll be wanting to win their last home game, although that could prove difficult against Boro who have some latent quality. Watford thrived over a busy period in March where they went unbeaten with 5 wins & 2 draws but they've stuttered recently with a loss & 3 draws since, it's in direct contrast to Boro who had a horrible period going 8 without a win from 11th March but they've got the engine running again in their last three games. It may not be enough to clinch a playoff spot but Middlesbrough can at least give themselves a chance by winning here at odds of 6/4.
Everton to beat Fulham at 20/23 (Boylesports)
Yeovil to beat Chesterfield at 17/10 (BetVictor)
Middlesbrough to beat Watford at 6/4 (Boylesports & BetVictor)