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Your predictions please...what will be the outcome?  

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  1. 1. Your predictions please...what will be the outcome?

    • Boro win - the Reds go marching on to Round 4
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    • Draw - the Tigers take us to a replay at their place
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    • Hull win - oh well, at least we can concentrate on the league now
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Hope your right Armster, we'll prob need a few goals to cheer to keep us warm!

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Is it socially acceptable to bring a duvet/ sleeping bag to the match? :P

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I never thought Hull were that special in the chammpionship but with some astute signings like Huddlestone in midfield and McGregor in goal they have held their own in the Premier League quite well so far. However I wouldn't say I rate any of their defenders that highly certainly at PL level and not even that highly at Championship level so there is definitely a chance for us today. Think we'll see a goal or two at both ends and the likely outcome a 1-1 or 2-2 draw. We could do without another game midweek though so fingers crossed it doesn't end up going to a replay. Come on Boro!

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Is it socially acceptable to bring a duvet/ sleeping bag to the match? :P

 

Is it cold or are you expecting a boring game?

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Do you think we could hit 20k for this game?

 

In a word, no.

 

In a foreign word, nein.

 

As a probability, 0%.

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Dimi

Varga Gibson R.Williams Freind

Leadbitter Whitehead

Ledesma Emnes L.Williams

Main

 

4-2-3-1 I think.

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Not too impressed with Adomah being left on the bench, probably needs a rest but he's the most dangerous player we have

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@Boro: Boro: Konstantopoulos, Whitehead, Emnes, Varga, Ledesma, Leadbitter ©, Williams R, Friend, Williams L, Gibson, Main #UTB

 

From the boro twitter


Id say either williams or emnes out wide

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Interesting team. Not our strongest, but will give Karanka an opportunity to check out L. Williams (and R. Williams at centre back) in a relatively low pressure environment.

 

Hoping for a win but I'd rather we were knocked out than taken to a replay.

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Guest Spirit of 86

Would love to see Luke Williams fulfil some potential today

 

Not as attacking a line up as I was expecting

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