The Canaries come in the northeast third of the table and unbeaten in seven games, having beaten Swansea 1-0 at Carrow Road ahead of the international break, thanks to a goal from the late Marco Stiepermann

However, Boro is also in good shape and sits seventh in the table thanks to a 10-game unbeaten streak that continued with 0-0 draws at Blackburn and Brentford before the break

Combined with a defensive record of just five conceded in 11 games so far this season – only one in the last seven games – this form has earned Neil Warnock the division’s Manager of the Month award for October.

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