Having only 1 point at the reception for Birmingham, it seems that Middlesbrough is in a safe position on the ranking. In contrast, Blackburn is still playing very determined to be able to at least advance into the Play-Off group and promote hope to return to the most prestigious playground in the land of fog. Therefore, even if they have to leave home, with a stronger motivation, Blackburn will most likely have fun as a gift for fans.

With Fletcher's 81th minute goal, Middlesbrough had a tough 1-1 draw at home against rivals Birmingham. This was the third round in a row that the Riverside team could not have won, in which they drew 2 and lost 1. With 35 points, Middlesbrough temporarily ranked 17th in the rankings. Currently, the gap between Middlesbrough and the promoted Play-off group is 12 points. In the context that the Championship only has 10 more rounds to finish, the chance for this team to have a ticket to return to the Premier League is almost over. Therefore, the remaining task of the Riverside team is to finish the season in the best position possible for the rest of the tournament.

Defeating QPR by 2 goals in the first half of Armstrong and Lenihan, the Blackburn team marked the second successive victory after defeating Sheffield Wed (5-0) in the previous appearance. Thus, after 29 rounds, this team won 12 victories, drew 7 and lost 10 matches. Get 43 points, the team under the guidance of coach Tony Mowbray ranked 10th in the rankings. The stability and uniformity in all 3 routes makes fans completely assured of a successful season of Blackburn. By now their distance to the promoted Play-off group is only 4 points, of course that is the basis for the visitors fans to expect on the next miraculous journey.