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Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka hit out at the officials after his side were denied the chance to take a giant leap towards the Barclays Premier League. David Ayala's strike was wrongly ruled out.
TIMOTHY EVERSHED AT ST ANDREW'S: Middlesbrough took a slender advantage in the Championship promotion race after the officials wiped off a Daniel Ayala strike in the second half.
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Second placed Boro will go top of the Sky Bet Championship with one game left if they avoid defeat at Birmingham on Friday to put the spotlight on Brighton and Burnley.
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Middlesbrough have joined the queue of clubs watching Gent striker Laurent Depoitre. The 27-year-old Belgian, who is valued at £12million, has just a year left on his contract.
Boro believe Karanka is likely to depart at the end of the season regardless of the club are promoted to the Premier League. He has had a fractious relationship with some of his senior players.
JOE BERNSTEIN: Burnley defender Michael Keane landed an injury-time equaliser from close range to lift the roof off of Turf Moor in the top-of-the-table Championship clash on Tuesday night.
It is a long slog through 46 Championship games but four remain and Tuesday night is crunch-time with leaders Middlesbrough at second-placed Burnley, while Brighton, in third, spy an opening.
Middlesbrough have won six straight games since Aitor Karanka and the club set aside their differences following last month's extraordinary fall-out but the manager insists he never left.
Jordan Rhodes has urged Sky Bet Championship leaders Middlesbrough to ignore the hype surrounding their top-of-the-table clash with Burnley on Tuesday.
It's been an exciting weekend in the Football League with plenty of talking points to mull over. Here, Sportsmail's Adam Shergold takes a look at a pick of the action outside of the top flight...
Top beat bottom as league leaders Middlesbrough edged past Bolton at the Macron Stadium on Saturday.
A masterclass from Reading's Ali Al-Habsi wasn't enough as Adam Forshaw's dramatic injury-time winner saw Boro return to the Championship's automatic promotion places.
Albert Adomah's first-half goal proved the difference as Middlesbrough cemented their place in the Sky Bet Championship's automatic promotion places with a 1-0 win over Preston.
RICHARD GIBSON AT THE RIVERSIDE:Gaston Ramirez showed his quality to mark the 10th anniversary of one of Middlesbrough’s greatest nights. Ramirez won a penalty then scored twice
KIERAN GILL AT LOFTUS ROAD: Middlesbrough outlined their Championship title-challenging credentials as they moved into the automatic promotion places by beating QPR.
Middlesbrough winger Albert Adomah has urged caution as his side bid to climb back into the Sky Bet Championship's automatic promotion places with victory at QPR on Friday night.
Barcelona maestro Luis Suarez warmed up with his Uruguay national team colleagues for a training session on Monday, as his ban was lifted for biting Giorgio Chiellini at the 2014 World Cup.
RICHARD GIBSON AT THE RIVERSIDE: Aitor Karanka's return to the touchline inspired Middlesbrough to a crucial victory over Championship promotion rivals Hull.
Aitor Karanka believes his Middlesbrough players proved they still want him as manager – by performing so poorly in his absence. He stormed out of a team meeting last Friday.
SIMON JONES: The Spanish side have sent scouts to check on the Uruguay international while he is on loan at Middlesbrough from Southampton, with his contract set to expire.
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