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Last updated : 28 April 2006 By Footymad Previewer
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History of the Middlesbrough v Everton fixture

Middlesbrough prepare to entertain Everton at Riverside Stadium on Saturday afternoon, and hold the advantage on previous meetings between the two. Of the 60 games played, Boro have recorded 26 wins, and Everton have come away with 15 victories.

The most recent encounter between these two sides at Riverside Stadium was just last season, in January 2005, where the two sides shared the spoils courtesy of a 1-1 final scoreline in a Premiership match.

For a detailed analysis of the head-to-head between the two sides, click here

Recent encounters between the teams:
2005/2006Sun 06 NovEverton1 - 0MiddlesbroughPREM
2005/2006Wed 26 OctEverton0 - 1MiddlesbroughLGEC
2004/2005Sun 16 JanMiddlesbrough1-1EvertonPREM
2004/2005Sun 19 SepEverton1 - 0MiddlesbroughPREM
2003/2004Sat 27 MarEverton1 - 1MiddlesbroughPREM
2003/2004Wed 03 DecMiddlesbrough0 - 0EvertonLGEC
2003/2004Sun 21 SepMiddlesbrough1 - 0EvertonPREM

Recent respective form guides

Middlesbrough have an excellent home record, winning five and losing just one of the last six games. These high-scoring games have yielded a total of 19 goals for the Boro, with 10 goals against.

In complete contrast to Middlesbrough, Everton are having a torrid time on their travels, managing a paltry 2 draws from the last six matches. While the Toffees have hit 4 goals, 14 have hit the back of the wrong net.

Middlesbrough find themselves struggling down in 14th position in the league having picked up 43 points from their 34 matches. Everton see themselves just below half way in the Barclays Premiership, showing a record of 46 points from their 36 games played so far,

For a detailed analysis of team form guides throughout the leagues, click here

Current form guides:PWDLFAP

FootyMad's prediction ...

Its good news for Middlesbrough fans, because, with them being in such great nick at home, I just cannot see any further than an emphatic home win for the Boro. Home win

Sequence statistics:
Middlesbrough 16 games since last home draw.
Not drawn a match in their last 11 .
Everton Not won in previous 7 away matches.
No win in the 6 most recent games.