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Boro boss Aitor Karanka wary of Neil Warnock's rejuvenated Rotherham

Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka is priming his side for their toughest remaining game of the season tonight.

Promotion-chasing Boro travel to New York Stadium to face Rotherham hoping to put themselves one step closer to the Premier League and they will arrive as heavy favourites.

They are in second position, a point off the top, and have won three of their last four games after an early year wobble.

But Karanka is taking nothing for granted against a Millers side who have enjoyed back-to-back wins and currently enjoying the Neil Warnock factor.

“It could be the most difficult game for the rest of the season,” the Spaniard, who has been linked as a potential replacement for Gary Neville at Valencia, said in his pre-match press conference.

“Everyone expects us to get three points and thinks it will be easy, but for me it’ll be the most difficult as they’ve won the last two.

“Under Neil Warnock they’re a team, he’s motivated them and he’s a good manager, but we have to learn what happened at Blackburn.

“If we play like we did on Friday, we should be okay. It’s a game we have to win to stay in our position.

“In this league, every single game, things can change, so we have to learn and know how important tomorrow is.

“It can be an important (win) but it won’t be more than three points.”

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