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Middlesbrough are still in with a play-off shout, in my opinion, with just seven points between themselves and sixth-placed Reading but games are running out and Neil Warnock’s men will need to kick on pretty quickly to stay in the mix.
Meanwhile, there really is no stopping Watford at the moment. The win over Sheffield Wednesday on Good Friday was a narrow one and they weren’t at their best, but, crucially, they held on to win a sixth straight game. I think they’ll make it seven here.
Barnsley extended their unbeaten league run to 12 matches as they away at Wycombe Wanderers on Wednesday night.
A brace from Daryl Dike and a Cauley Woodrow penalty sealed all three points for the Tykes, moving them above Reading into fifth place, five points clear of Bournemouth who sit just outside the playoffs.
Valerien Ismael has worked wonders with Barnsley since his arrival in October, winning 19 of his 30 Championship matches in charge and steering the club towards a top-six finish.
The Tykes boss will be hoping that top goalscorer Woodrow can regain his form in front of goal heading into the final quarter of the campaign. The 26-year-old, who scored in the 2-1 victory over Sheffield Wednesday in December, has 11 goals to his name so far this term but has only found the net twice in his last 11 league games.
Victory for Barnsley on Saturday would see them complete their first league double over the Owls since the 2008-09 campaign under former boss Simon Davey.