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Boro V Brighton and Hove Albion (A) 2-0

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It will be interesting to see who Karanka plays in the #10 role as Butterfield has done pretty well lately, Tomlin should be recovered from his illness that has kept him out lately and L.Williams impressed in his short cameo on Tuesday.

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If Adomah hadn't just scored 2 goals I'd say all three and keep them rotating! In fact I'd still be tempted to do that.

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It would be interesting to see how them 3 would do as they are all pretty technical. I'd rather any of them play instead of Ledesma.

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Adomah is the one pace player we have at the moment so its vital he plays

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Got a feeling we're going to get beat here... brighton have a lot more to play for than us. 2-1 brighton. :(

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I'd play this team today:

 

Steele

Varga Gibson Omeruo Friend

Butterfield Challobah

Adomah Williams Tomlin

Kamara

 

He'll probably play:

 

Dimi

Varga Gibson Omeruo Friend

Challobah Whitehead

Adomah Butterfield Ledesma

Graham

 

Zzzzzz

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No Leadbitter?

 

Coming around to my way of thinking? ;)

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All about experimenting now. We know what Leadbitter is capable of, so may as well give the other lads a chance to prove themselves.

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Why would he drop Dimi, it would go against everything that he has said and done since he came in about keeping your place as long as you're playing well. I know that you desperately want Steele to be back in goal but if the roles were reversed and Steele had made the little mistakes that Dimi has, would you be calling for Dimi to be brought into the team instead of Steele? I'm fairly confident you wouldn't.

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