In the EFL Championship Middlesbrough and Luton Town will face each other on 16.12.2020 at 20:00. Riverside Stadium is the venue where the match is taking place on Wednesday. The currently 9th placed team meet the 11th placed team. Current statistics of Middlesbrough FC Middlesbrough FC won its last encounter 3:0 against Millwall. In the 27 games of the past six months, the home team was able to win 11 games. Middlesbrough had six wins, two draws and five losses at home. In the current season 20/21, Middlesbrough has so far managed to win 6 out of 9 home games (66.67%). Two matches ended in a tie and one match was lost at home. In total, Middlesbrough has seven wins, six draws und five losses after 18 season games. In the second 45 minutes of the game, coach Neil Warnock’s team is able to score most of their goals. According to current statistics, Middlesbrough will score 1,56 goals in each home game and will concede 0,44 goals, which is 2,00 goals in total per game their own stadium. Previous season, Middlesbrough FC scored an average of 0,87 goals per home match and conceded 1,26 goals. Home games usually ended 0:1, 1:0 or 1:1 in the previous season. In the current season, home matches most often end 3:0, 2:1 or 0:1. Current statistics of Luton Town Football Club Their last match, Luton Town had won 3:0 against FC Preston. The team has won 3 out of 9 away games (33.33%) so far in this season. Luton Town has won eleven matches and lost seven games in the last 6 months, with nine games ending in a draw. Luton Town managed to win six away victories. The team lost four matches in the foreign stadium and in three matches the teams separated with a draw. There have been 0,44 away goals scored by Nathan Jones’ team on average this season. Most of these coming in the second half-time. When Luton Town plays away, there is an overall average of 1,56 scored goals per match. Last season, Luton Town averaged 0,91 goals for and 1,96 against in away games. As the away team last season, the side’s game most often ended 1:0, 1:3 or 0:3. In the current season, Luton Town’s away games mostly ended 1:0, 0:2 or 0:0.