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Ladbrokes spokesman Craig Thomson expects Boro to overcome the Bryan Robson factor and record another away win tomorrow.

The appointment of the former Boro manager as replacement for Gary Megson will tempt many to back the Baggies to win.

After all, new gaffers tend to enjoy a honeymoon period before reality bites.

Craig said: "I belive Boro's impressive away winning record should continue and they are available at 11-10.

"Those prepared to take a punt on a scoreline may be tempted with odds of 7-1 on a 1-0 win for McClaren's men and the same price on a 2-1 victory.

"Fans may also be interested to learn that Boro are now 14-1 to win the UEFA Cup and 1-2 on to top Group E."

THOMSON'S TIP: "Those looking for good value could do worse than back Chris Riggott to score the first goal at 40-1.

"He's getting himself into good positions and must surely score soon."

TALLENTIRE'S PUNT: "Mark Viduka hasn't scored since the win over Banik Ostrava on September 16 and, at 6-1 to open the scoring, I fancy him to end his drought tomorrow."
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Title Annotation:Sport Boro
Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Nov 13, 2004
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