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West Ham odds to win -4/5
Draw - 13/5
Middlesbrough odds to win - 10/3
James Tomkins is West Ham's latest injury worry for the visit of Middlesbrough after the defender injured his calf at the weekend.
The Hammers are already without Papa Bouba Diop, Ricardo Vaz Te (both hamstring), Winston Reid (head), Julien Faubert (groin) and Guy Demel (thigh).
Boro will be without captain Barry Robson who is still banned following his red card against Leeds.
Utility man Rhys Williams will also be missing with an ankle ligament problem.
West Ham are looking for a 25th win from their 58th league match against Middlesbrough, who've won 22 of the previous 57.
The Hammers are unbeaten in six league clashes with Middlesbrough, winning five of them including the last two. They are hoping to complete a second double over Boro in five years.
The Teesside club have lost on their last seven league visits to Upton Park, scoring only two goals in the process. They last claimed maximum points on the east London ground in April 2000, with a 1-0 Premier League triumph.
West Ham had a third successive 1-1 draw on Saturday, away to Leeds.It took their unbeaten league run to eight games, but only three of those have been victories, leaving them in third spot, three points behind second-placed Reading, but with a game in hand.
Sam Allardyce has not seen his side lose in eight games at Upton Park - since Burnley's visit on 3 December - but neither have they won in the last four.
Middlesbrough have lost three of their last five league games without scoring, including the most recent two. It's seen them slip to sixth place, eight points behind West Ham in third, 11 shy of the top two.
Tony Mowbray is hoping his side can collect a third win in four away, although they have not managed to keep a clean sheet in league games on the road in 2012.
They are also still seeking the one goal that will take their total in Championship games under the current manager to 100.
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