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Boro vs Notts County (Carabao Cup) 3-3 (Fletcher (2) Mahmutovic) (4-3 Pens)

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Dimi (for sentimental reasons)

 

Mahmutovic, Ayala, Fry, Johnson

 

De Sart, Chapman, Mc, nair

 

Fletcher, Britt, Tavernier

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Didn’t Ayala will be fit to play in this game, as an old school manager I don’t think Tony will take the cup game lightly so think you will see a fairly strong team!

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Didn’t Ayala will be fit to play in this game, as an old school manager I don’t think Tony will take the cup game lightly so think you will see a fairly strong team!

 

TP said that he'll be making a lot of changes for this game in his post-match interview after the 3-game week start to the league season. It probably won't be an entirely different 11 but I think we'll see a lot of changes just to rest the first team regulars.

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Didn’t Ayala will be fit to play in this game, as an old school manager I don’t think Tony will take the cup game lightly so think you will see a fairly strong team!

 

TP said that he'll be making a lot of changes for this game in his post-match interview after the 3-game week start to the league season. It probably won't be an entirely different 11 but I think we'll see a lot of changes just to rest the first team regulars.

 

Tony does tend to take his cup games seriously, but i dont think he has got the squad, numberswise to do that right now. So given that, i think we will see changes, even if in his heart he doesnt want to.

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keeping to the 532 formation i would go;

 

Dimi

McNair, Fry, Ayala/Flint, Mahmutovic, Johnson

Tavenier, De Sart, Leadbitter

Chapman

Fletcher

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I would be reLly surprised if any of the starters from the last 2 games made an appearance, especially with a long trip to Bristol on the horizon. I would imagine the Riverside will be like a ghost town as well. Still no queues at the bar so if I can get finished for 6 and get the bus I’ll give it a go. UTB

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keeping to the 532 formation i would go;

 

Dimi

McNair, Fry, Ayala/Flint, Mahmutovic, Johnson

Tavenier, De Sart, Leadbitter

Chapman

Fletcher

 

Similar to your team.

 

---------------------------Dimi

-----------------Wood - Flint - Friend

Shotton - McNair - Clayton - Leadbitter - Johnson

------------------Chapman

------------------------Fletcher

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Interesting to see if Johnson plays, seeing as he's being linked with a move.

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Anything goes, as long as Clayts and Leadboots are NOT on the pitch together

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We’ll cruise this one... Though I don’t think they’ll be as many changes as some people are expecting. Pulis is not one to change too much (even if he says he will).

 

What have you got next for us SD?!

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I understand that the game tonight will be one of the options on the red button shown by Sky tonight.

 

Can anyone confirm this and with all the options I wonder just who the commentator will be this evening?

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If that's the case then perhaps there will be a stream somewhere.

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I understand that the game tonight will be one of the options on the red button shown by Sky tonight.

 

Can anyone confirm this and with all the options I wonder just who the commentator will be this evening?

 

No to my knowledge

 

The red button function is for league games only

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If you are in the area, why not go to the match? Prices are reduced and it’s a chance to see some of the young players. I’m worried that services like the red button and matches available via streams, will really begin to affect attendances.

 

Crowds have not been great for our first two home games and the new streaming service has been oversubscribed to the point where it keeps crashing, I think there is a link there.

 

If you live in the North of England and can get to matches, please try to, Riverside Live and ifollow are for those of us living abroad that can’t get to matches, it’s not for locals to watch via VPNs on their sofas instead of turning up at matches.

 

Please try and go along tonight and support the team.

 

UTB

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If you are in the area, why not go to the match? Prices are reduced and it’s a chance to see some of the young players. I’m worried that services like the red button and matches available via streams, will really begin to affect attendances.

 

Crowds have not been great for our first two home games and the new streaming service has been oversubscribed to the point where it keeps crashing, I think there is a link there.

 

If you live in the North of England and can get to matches, please try to, Riverside Live and ifollow are for those of us living abroad that can’t get to matches, it’s not for locals to watch via VPNs on their sofas instead of turning up at matches.

 

Please try and go along tonight and support the team.

 

UTB

 

Roughly translates to

 

STOP STEALING MY STREAM!! :D:D:D

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