Please? - Boro game preview

I have decided to persuade myself that Boro away is the perfect game for a struggling 433 side like ours!

Without having seen their last game - just read the reports, Boro didn't try to run the show against ManC. However, I think they might just try to play a bit creative rather than just play on the brake against us and this should suit us fine!

Obviously Carlton will be greatly missed in this game and we are being severely and unduly punished for his "momentary lapse of reason" against Arsenal.

The latest statements are paving the way for the first game in our sponsor-less shirt for Diego Tristan. But according to reports he didn't figure in the specially-arranged behind-closed-doors extra reserve game against Southend United's reserves yesterday. What's up with this?
Zola hints that he may figure against 'boro but he has yet to play a game for the reserves!

Neill and Sears did, according to KUMB, play in this game and I think this means both of them will play tomorrow.

Zola has had a lot of faith in Di Michele, and I bet he will start again, with Bellamy and Sears as companions in the front row. Tristan will come in for Di Michele if we need a targetplayer late in the game.

Parker is doubtful, and will be hugely missed if he can't play, and the only positive I can come up with from this is that it could give Collison a chance to show that he's ready!

Etherington should, if he is handed the left hand side, have an opportunity to show that he still has good form but has been played out of position since Bellamy returned.
Move Bellamy to the right and set Ethers loose on the left and the M'boro defence will literally have a run for their money!

With Neill returning, one obvious solution to the right midfield problem will be to play Faubert there, and hand Neill a chance to reclaim a place in the team as right back.

I would really like to see Green picking up match winning glory! He is worth it!

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