Boro boss Pulis know that there's a tricky challenge facing his side tonight, but isn't refusing to give up hope of making a comeback; "Villa are in the ascendency in the tie, we've got to go to Villa Park in front of a full house so that gives them the advantage".
He said: 'It's a big club, history and tradition and you need big players.
The club's last trip to Wembley was under different circumstances - the FA Cup Final in 2015 - where they faced Arsenal.
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Villa captain John Terry told Sky Sports: "It's unbelievable and incredible".
Three of the four that managed to keep a clean sheet in the first leg retained their places with only the injured Ahmed Elmohamady missing from the game at Villa Park.
"Unbelievable, incredible, the support, the lads, the dressing room is unbelievable".
Stewart Downing hit the bar for Middlesbrough late on but they did not register a shot on target.
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Randolph then came to the fore as he made two fine saves from Lewis Grabban before getting fingertips to a long-range effort from Jack Grealish.
While Traore was by no means the only Boro player to come unstuck against Aston Villa, Tony Pulis' side are heavily reliant on his talent as they failed to create any real goalscoring chances.
"It's a hard season, it's a long season but they've been the third and fourth best teams in the league so you have to take it on the chin".
He said: "I think it's a disappointing decision from one of our top officials". We've just fallen short. "We have to improve next year".
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