Championship Playoff Live Stream : Watch Middlesbrough v Brentford Online from the Riverside tonight

Its the second leg of the Championship playoff tonight with live streaming of Middlesbrough v Brentford with Bet365 and their new online tv service.

With the advantage in Boro’s corner, Brentford will surely come out and attack from the whistle, as punters and fans alike can watch games from the playoffs in England online via desktop, smart phone and iPad devices. This game has the potential to be a classic.

Its simple to watch:

Simply click here through to the special Bet365 landing page – then select ‘live streaming’ at the top and select your match!

Brentford will be out to overcome a 2-1 deficit when they travel to the Riverside Stadium later tonight to take on Middlesbrough for a place in the Championship playoff final (KO 19:45)

Mark Warburton’s side were unlucky to come away from the first leg empty handed with substitute Fernando Amorebieta’s volley in injury time handing the advantage to ‘Boro.

While the North-east side may be favourites, Warburton is refusing to lie down and roll over, insisting that his side are very much up for the challenge.

“The character of this group has been without question,” he said. “They have shown time and time again what they are made of.

“We have won at tough venues, scored late goals and got out of difficult situations. There is unity in the dressing room and we have to rely on that next week.

“Everyone seems to think we are out of this now. That is when we are at our most dangerous.

“There are 90 minutes left and we have to win. We are a goal down in a cup tie. It will be a great occasion and we have to go there and maximise it.”

The Bees will have centre-half Harlee Dean despite a dead leg while striker Chris Long is also available following treatment on a gashed leg which required 10 stitches.

The only absentee will be Scott Hogan while for Boro, Jonathan Woodgate could return. The veteran defender has been out of action with a hamstring injury since April but is now fit and in contention for selection.

Championship player of the year Patrick Bamford is expected to be fit after playing through the pain barrier last weekend.

The on loan forward has been struggling with an ankle injury that prevented him from training but has overcome that now and is ready to play.

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