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Middlesbrough’s only three victories this season have been against opposition in the bottom seven of the Championship and they have conceded at least twice in their last four on the road.
Blackburn are not especially consistent, but they have not gone four games without a victory this season, which suggests they are due one here. Meanwhile, they will be keen to right the wrong of having managers sacked following this fixture in both meetings last season.
Wigan may not have scored in their last three league games, but their squad does look far superior here and they are still unbeaten at the DW Stadium.
Huddersfield have not won any of their last five on the road either.
Burton may have been more prolific on their travels this season than on their own patch, but they come into this game on a run of three straight wins, all without conceding.
Meanwhile, visitors Morecambe have gone off the boil lately, losing two on the bounce after enjoying a nine-game unbeaten run.
League Two leaders Oxford are another that are slightly unreliable on their own patch, but they have won all of their matches at the Kassam Stadium against opposition currently 14th or lower in the division.
Bristol Rovers have taken just two points from their seven away games and are winless in nine league games in total.
Again we side with league leaders, this time in League One, where home side Wolves are the only team in the division to have gone unbeaten through their last six games.
Stevenage have lost their road trips to all top-half opposition in the division too.
Notts County would be bottom if the League One table included away results only, as they have taken just one point in fixtures not played at Meadow Lane.
A clash with Coventry is unlikely to improve this either, as the Sky Blues have won their home games against all opposition below them in the league standings this season, scoring at least twice on each occasion.
Crystal Palace have lost each of their four away Premier League games and although they showed some promise at Arsenal last time, a change of fortune is unlikely at West Brom.
The Baggies were unbeaten in five before losing to Liverpool and can ensure their defeat goes down as a momentary blip.
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