Boro duo Patrick Bamford and Adama Traore have been nominated in the PFA Championship Player of the Month Awards.
The pair have enjoyed a fine few weeks as Tony Pulis’ side have aimed to cement a play-off spot in the Championship.
An injury to Rudy Gestede opened up the chance for Bamford to rediscover his goal scoring touch.
The 24-year-old did just that, finding the net six times in five games in March, including a hat-trick against Leeds at the Riverside.
Traore, meanwhile, is up for his second successive PFA award, having been named Player of the Month for February.
The Spaniard provided two assists and scored two goals last month, including a fine long-range strike in the draw against Brentford.
The duo come up against in-form Aleksandar Mitrovic, who recently beat Patrick Bamford to the EFL Championship Player of the Month award.
His Fulham teammate Tom Cairney is also among the list of nominees as well as Cardiff midfielder Callum Paterson and Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon.
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