Middlesbrough will be looking to kick-start their campaign as they welcome newly-relegated Bournemouth to the Riverside Stadium this afternoon as we bring you the latest Middlesbrough vs Bournemouth live streaming options.
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Neil Warnock’s side have endured a difficult start to the new season, edging past Shrewsbury 4-3 in the League Cup first round, before losing 1-0 at Watford in the Championship on Friday.
That was followed by a League Cup second round loss to Barnsley on Tuesday.
Jason Tindall’s men meanwhile got off to a winning start on their return to the division, edging out Blackburn 3-2 at the Vitality Stadium.
Goals from Jack Stacey, Jefferson Lerma and Arnaut Danjuma were just about enough to take all three points on matchday one.
The Cherries then made it two wins from two with a midweek penalty shootout victory over Premier League Crystal Palace in the League Cup second round.
The home side have been given odds of 19/10 to pick up their first league win of the season on Saturday, with Bournemouth available at 6/4.
A draw can be backed at 9/4.
Boro forwards Britt Asombalonga and Ashley Fletcher will be keen to get their league tallies up and running, with Warnock perhaps more worried about finding the net at all having fired a blank in their last two games.
Assombalonga has been given odds of 13/2 to score the opener at the Riverside, with Fletcher available at 7/1.
Their team-mates Marcus Tavernier and Marcus Browne are currently 9/1 and 10/1 respectively to net first on Saturday.
But the likes of Dominic Solanke, David Brooks and Junior Stanislas will be difficult to keep quiet.
Former Chelsea and Liverpool man Solanke is currently 5/1 to score first on Saturday, with Brooks and Stanislas available at 8/1 and 11/1 respectively.
It’s currently 5/1 for a home win and both teams to score, with an away victory and both teams to score available at 9/2.
A goalless draw can be backed at 15/2.
The hosts are 12/1 to win from behind, and 7/2 to win to nil. It’s currently 10/1 and 3/1 respectively for the visitors to do the same.