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Netting his third goal in as many Championship contests since returning from injury, Finnish attacker Marcus Forss handed Middlesbrough the lead against Michael Beale’s Sunderland with a clinical half-volley, but the hosts at the Riverside were unable to hold on for maximum points.Australian Tom Glover has been

producing some of his finest displays in recent matches but should have done better against the Black Cats in the 83rd minute, when Ukrainian striker Nazariy Rusyn managed to sneak his tame effort into the near post past the 26-year-old to restore parity in the game.A glaring issue for Michael Carrick’s men currently is their lack of a ruthless centre

forward following the departure of Chuba Akpom to Dutch giants Ajax in the summer, with natural wide player Sam Greenwood doing his best to lead the line during the Sunderland stalemate last weekend.After struggling for consistency through the Christmas period and

into the New Year, Boro sit 12th in the Championship standings with41 points from 29 matches, four points behind sixth-placed Hull City, with the Tigers further boosted by the January arrivals of Fabio Carvalho and Anass Zaroury.The sale of Morgan Rogers to Aston

Villa represented the headline act of Middlesbrough’s winter window, although Saturday’s hosts were able to add quality to their ranks, with Finn Azaz arriving from Villa Park, while Luke Thomas and Luke Ayling joined on loan from Leicester City and Leeds United respectively.

Bristol City took a break from the rigours of second-tier life as they travelled to the City Ground to face Premier League strugglers Nottingham Forest in an FA Cup fourth-round replay, and despite dominating large periods of the match, Liam Manning’s men were knocked out of the competition.

Jason Knight’s 14th-minute strike was ultimately enough to take the contest all the way to penalty kicks after Liverpool legend Divock Origi opened the scoring for the Tricky Trees, with Robins youngster Sam Bell failing to hold his nerve from 12 yards, while all of the hosts’ takers beat Max O’Leary.

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Following four matches against top-flight opposition in the FA Cup over the past month, Bristol City only have their Championship fortunes to focus on from now until the conclusion of the campaign, with the West Country club currently six games without a win in the league.

Hopes of clawing back the seven-point gap to the playoff places were dealt a major blow last Friday, when Daniel Farke’s Leeds arrived at Ashton Gate and completely outplayed the Robins, with Italy international Willy Gnonto bagging the decisive goal just after the half-time break.

With former Oxford United boss Manning looking to transform Bristol City into a team that dominates football matches at this level, the acquisition of Max Bird from Derby County was a particularly shrewd one, with the 23-year-old set to make his debut for his new employers this weekend.

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