The Championship reaches a climax as Middlesbrough and Brighton battle it out to join Burnley in the Premier League next season (KO 12:30).
The atmosphere should be electric at the Riverside this lunchtime with an automatic promotion place up fro grabs for as Bet365 report they are in running and streaming from Middlesbrough.
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An exciting Championship season draws to a close on Saturday lunch-time with only the not so small matter of who will win the title still to be decided.
A topsy-turvy season at the top got some closure on Monday as Burnley beat QPR to secure an immediate return to the top flight. The Clarets, two points clear at the top, will be crowned champions if they beat already relegated Charlton.
Given that the Addicks won just 9 of their previous 45 games, Sean Dyche and his side will be confident of completing the job.
The race for the second automatic promotion place is perhaps one of the most enthralling the league has witnessed in some time. The two contenders are Middlesbrough and Brighton with the added caveat that they will face each other for the £100m jackpot that the Premier League offers.
‘Boro will have home advantage for the clash and will be comfortable in the knowledge that a point would see them go up at the expense of the Seagulls.
A win for either side and a draw for Burnley would see them crowned as Champions while a defeat would see them enter the play-offs with a match-up against Sheffield Wednesday.
Derby and Hull are the guaranteed other pairings with the Rams hopeful of striking an early blow by pipping the Tigers to 4th spot. Steve Bruce’s side currently occupy that position but if they slip up at home to Rotherham and Derby beat Ipswich town then the Rams will finish fourth.
Elsewhere in the division, there is only pride left to play for. Blackburn host Reading, Preston are at home to Leeds United and Huddersfield take on Brentford.
Relegated Bolton finish out a miserable campaign against fourth from bottom Fulham while the MK Dons, another side dropping down to League One, wave goodbye to the Championship with a clash against Nottingham Forest.
Finally, QPR host Bristol City, Wolves are home to Sheffield Wednesday and Cardiff take on Birmingham.
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