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Middlesbrough F.C. has a lengthy history of success — mainly in England’s second division where it has won four championships. Established in 1876, Middlesbrough was one of the founding members of the Premier League. The club’s main rivals are Sunderland and Newcastle United. They also have a rivalry with Yorkshire club Leeds United. Middlesbrough — or Boro as they’re known to their supporters — has only spent two seasons outside of English Football League’s top two divisions. [+]

They are, however, after a tough season in the Premier League consigned to another season of Championship football. 

On top of their second division success, Middlesbrough also won the League Cup in 2004 and was FA Cup runners-up in 1997. Boro reached the UEFA Cup final in 2006 but were downed by Spanish side Sevilla in the championship game.

George Camsell, the former Middlesbrough striker who played 14 seasons with the club, is the franchise’s all-time scoring leader with 345 goals. Camsell also holds the record for most goals in a single season, 63 during the 1926-27 campaign. Tim Williamson, who played 21 seasons from 1902 to 1923, is the club’s all-time leader in appearances with 602.

Middlesbrough Betting Lines Today

Analyzee Middlesbrough’s next opponents until you’re blue in the face and make sure to reference frequently the current betting lines before placing your final wagers. 

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Middlesbrough Scores & Schedule

It’s always a good idea, as a proficient bettor, to familiarize yourself with the schedule of the team you’re planning on betting for, or against. 

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August 2016 (4)
Sat 13 MD1 Stoke 1 - 1 Middlesbrough +221 +125 Odds
Sun 21 MD2 Middlesbrough 2 - 1 Sunderland +205 +180 Odds
Wed 24 Middlesbrough 1 - 2 Fulham -105 +275 Odds
Sun 28 MD3 Middlesbrough 0 - 0 West Bromwich +225 +165 Odds
September 2016 (3)
Sat 10 MD4 Crystal Palace 2 - 1 Middlesbrough +265 +145 Odds
Sat 17 MD5 Middlesbrough 1 - 3 Everton +515 -156 Odds
Sat 24 MD6 Tottenham 2 - 1 Middlesbrough +110 +288 Odds
October 2016 (4)
Sat 1 MD7 Middlesbrough 1 - 1 West Ham +300 +125 Odds
Sun 16 MD8 Watford 1 - 0 Middlesbrough +255 +130 Odds
Sat 22 MD9 Middlesbrough 0 - 0 Arsenal +1250 -357 Odds
Sat 29 MD10 Bournemouth 0 - 2 Middlesbrough +201 +160
November 2016 (3)
Sat 5 MD11 Middlesbrough 1 - 1 Manchester City +1400 -435 Odds
Sun 20 MD12 Chelsea 1 - 0 Middlesbrough -189 +625 Odds
Sat 26 MD13 Middlesbrough 2 - 2 Leicester +380 -112 Odds
December 2016 (6)
Mon 5 MD14 Hull 0 - 1 Middlesbrough +410 -109 Odds
Sun 11 MD15 Middlesbrough 0 - 1 Southampton +580 -164 Odds
Wed 14 MD16 Liverpool 3 - 0 Middlesbrough -141 +485 Odds
Sat 17 MD17 Swansea 0 - 3 Middlesbrough +305 +111 Odds
Mon 26 MD18 Middlesbrough 0 - 1 Burnley +180 +197 Odds
Sat 31 MD19 Middlesbrough 1 - 2 Man Utd +1400 -370 Odds
January 2017 (6)
Mon 2 MD20 Leicester 0 - 0 Middlesbrough +195 +172 Odds
Sun 8 Shef.Wedn. 0 - 3 Middlesbrough +270 +122 Odds
Sat 14 MD21 Middlesbrough 0 - 0 Watford +250 +150 Odds
Sat 21 MD22 West Ham 3 - 1 Middlesbrough +222 +156 Odds
Sat 28 FS R4 Accrington 0 - 1 Middlesbrough +1000 -303 Odds
Tue 31 MD23 West Bromwich 1 - 1 Middlesbrough +205 +170 Odds
February 2017 (4)
Sat 4 MD24 Middlesbrough 0 - 1 Tottenham +1100 -323 Odds
Sat 11 MD25 Everton 0 - 0 Middlesbrough +115 +280 Odds
Sat 18 Oxford 2 - 3 Middlesbrough +525 -149 Odds
Sat 25 MD26 Middlesbrough 0 - 1 Crystal Palace +305 +115 Odds
March 2017 (3)
Sat 4 MD27 Middlesbrough 0 - 2 Stoke +360 -105 Odds
Sat 11 Manchester City 2 - 0 Middlesbrough -227 +900 Odds
Sun 19 MD29 Man Utd 3 - 1 Middlesbrough -147 +500 Odds
April 2017 (7)
Sun 2 MD30 Middlesbrough 0 - 0 Swansea +376 -110 Odds
Wed 5 MD31 Middlesbrough 2 - 4 Hull +320 +106 Odds
Sat 8 MD32 Burnley 0 - 0 Middlesbrough +225 +158 Odds
Mon 17 MD33 Arsenal 2 - 1 Middlesbrough -200 +550 Odds
Sat 22 MD34 Middlesbrough 0 - 4 Bournemouth +334 -115 Odds
Wed 26 MD28 Sunderland 0 - 1 Middlesbrough +240 Odds
Sun 30 MD35 Manchester City 2 - 2 Middlesbrough -345 +1011 Odds
May 2017 (3)
Mon 8 MD36 Middlesbrough 0 - 3 Chelsea +2000 -625 Odds
Sat 13 MD37 Southampton 2 - 1 Middlesbrough +115 +280 Odds
Sun 21 MD38 Middlesbrough 0 - 3 Liverpool +2100 -714 Odds

Middlesbrough Standings Right Now

Middlesbrough will be in the thick of the promotion conversation but do they have what it takes to regain Premier League status the season after being dropped? 

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1 Chelsea Chelsea 93 38 30 3 5 85 33 52
2 Tottenham Tottenham 86 38 26 8 4 86 26 60
3 Manchester City Manchester City 78 38 23 9 6 80 39 41
4 Liverpool Liverpool 76 38 22 10 6 78 42 36
5 Arsenal Arsenal 75 38 23 6 9 77 44 33
6 Manchester United Manchester United 69 38 18 15 5 54 29 25
7 Everton Everton 61 38 17 10 11 62 44 18
8 Southampton Southampton 46 38 12 10 16 41 48 -7
9 Bournemouth Bournemouth 46 38 12 10 16 55 67 -12
10 West Bromwich West Bromwich 45 38 12 9 17 43 51 -8
11 West Ham West Ham 45 38 12 9 17 47 64 -17
12 Leicester Leicester 44 38 12 8 18 48 63 -15
13 Stoke Stoke 44 38 11 11 16 41 56 -15
14 Crystal Palace Crystal Palace 41 38 12 5 21 50 63 -13
15 Swansea Swansea 41 38 12 5 21 45 70 -25
16 Burnley Burnley 40 38 11 7 20 39 55 -16
17 Watford Watford 40 38 11 7 20 40 68 -28
18 Hull Hull 34 38 9 7 22 37 80 -43
19 Middlesbrough Middlesbrough 28 38 5 13 20 27 53 -26
20 Sunderland Sunderland 24 38 6 6 26 29 69 -40

How To Win At Middlesbrough Betting

Bet365.com pegged Boro at +150 to be relegated to the Championship prior to the 2016-17 season. They were obviously spot on. Middlesbrough, while competent defensively, had the league’s worst offense, mustering only 27 goals in 38 games. Sunderland were the only other side with the dubious record of failing to score 30 goals. And you can guess where they ended up. 

You can’t, however, fault Boro’s defensive record during their one-season stint in the top flight. They conceded 53 goals, enjoying a middle-of-the-pack status in that category. That bodes well for Boro in the Championship, as a lean defense is always a crucial element in vying for promotion. 

Boro had the league’s second worst home record. Only Sunderland, who accumulated 14 points in 19 home games, gained less points than Boro. Middlesbrough were able to gain 18 points at the Riverside Stadium, a disappointing return which turned out to be a main factor in being relegated. 

Their poor home record was only compounded by the fact that Boro couldn’t get it done on the road either. Amassing 10 points form a possible 57 guarantees a team Championship football. Boro had the second worst offensive output on the road and third worst at home. 

Can Boro gain promotion in the first season after being dropped? There is a good chance this team can pull off the improbable, mostly due to the team’s perpetually stingy defense. They have the personnel to score goals against inferior opponents and will assuredly lock it down at the back like they’ve done so many times before. Look to back Boro in the futures market, and do it as soon as humanly possible, before the lines get shorter and shorter.