Manchester United loanee James Wilson says Brighton & Hove Albion are full of confidence after his vital goal set up a thrilling climax to the Championship season.
Wilson, 20, scored a late equaliser at Derby on Monday, rescuing a 1-1 draw, to ensure that third-placed Brighton's unbeaten run continues.
They have not lost in their past 13 games and face second-placed Middlesbrough in the final match of the season on Saturday knowing that a win will secure automatic promotion to the Premier League.
Brighton face a final-day promotion showdown at Middlesbrough after their run of five successive Championship wins ended with a 1-1 home draw against Derby.
The clash at the Riverside will determine who goes up to the Premier League and, while Boro only require a point, victory would ensure Brighton reach the top flight after a 33-year absence.
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The top three in the Championship are separated by goal difference alone with two games remaining. Nick Miller offers up his five major questions as the race for the Premier League builds to a thrilling finale.
1. Can the top three keep up this ferocious pace?
It really could not be more deliciously nor delicately poised. With two games remaining, the top three -- Burnley, Middlesbrough and Brighton -- all have exactly the same number of points. The sides are only separated by goal difference, and...
Brighton maintained their push for the Barclays Premier League after a hard-fought 3-1 win at relegated Charlton.
Sam Baldock opened the scoring for the visitors early on but Johann Gudmundsson hauled Charlton level at the start of the second half.
However, Brighton were back in front within minutes thanks to Jiri Skalak and Tomer Hemed's late penalty settled matters.
With Middlesbrough dropping points, Brighton are now only being kept out of the automatic promotion places on goal difference.