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Huddersfield Town 1 - 0 Reading: Six of the best for Huddersfield as Billing strike sees off Reading

Posted Tuesday, February 21, 2017 by PA6 hits

Philip Billing secured a sixth successive Championship win for Huddersfield, 1-0 against promotion rivals Reading at the John Smith's Stadium. Midfielder Billing fired home the only goal eight minutes from time just when it seemed Reading had done enough to claim a point. Rajiv van La Parra missed a first-half penalty, Town's first spot-kick in the league this season. That looked like proving...Full Story »

Huddersfield Town vs Reading - Aaron Mooy back for Huddersfield ahead of Reading clash

Posted Tuesday, February 21, 2017 by PA11 hits

Huddersfield welcome midfielder Aaron Mooy back for their home clash with play-off rivals Reading. Mooy was ineligible to face parent club Manchester City in the FA Cup, a game Town drew 0-0, and will slot back in. His availability makes up for other losses in midfield where Jonathan Hogg (groin), Sean Scannell (ankle) and Kasey Palmer (hamstring) are all missing. Harry Bunn is a doubt due to...Full Story »

Reading 3 - 2 Brentford: Reading edge out Brentford in thriller

Posted Tuesday, February 14, 2017 by PA1 hits

Reading recovered from 2-1 down to beat Brentford 3-2 and stretch their unbeaten record to six matches, further strengthening their play-off hopes. Reading went ahead midway through the first half through John Swift but Brentford struck twice in four minutes after the break through Jota and Lasse Vibe. But Reading clinched victory, also with two goals in four minutes late on, as Danny Williams...Full Story »

Reading vs Brentford - Royals hope to call on Jordon Mutch

Posted Tuesday, February 14, 2017 by PA8 hits

Reading hope to welcome Jordon Mutch back into the squad ahead of their Sky Bet Championship meeting with Brentford. The 25-year-old midfielder was absent at the weekend due to a "small groin injury" but manager Jaap Stam has said he might be available for this midweek game. The Royals, who currently sit fourth in the league table, are unbeaten in five games but Stam, who has been known to cha...Full Story »

Reading 0 - 0 Barnsley: Reading held at home by Barnsley

Posted Saturday, February 11, 2017 by PA2 hits

Reading stretched their undefeated Championship run to five matches but squandered two vital play-off points in a 0-0 home draw with Barnsley. After a lacklustre first half, Yann Kermorgant went close for Reading when forcing an athletic sprawling save from Barnsley goalkeeper Adam Davies. But Barnsley, also chasing a play-off place, finished strongly, with Marley Watkins hitting an upright an...Full Story »

Reading vs Barnsley - Paul McShane to miss out again when Reading host Barnsley

Posted Saturday, February 11, 2017 by PA12 hits

Reading captain Paul McShane is unavailable for manager Jaap Stam as the Royals welcome Barnsley in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday. The 31-year-old defender sustained a calf tear after the 2-1 win over Cardiff in January and the injury is expected to keep him out for another couple of games, longer than initially expected. Deniss Rakels, who has been unavailable since the EFL Cup second-...Full Story »

Ipswich 2 - 2 Reading: Jordan Obita secures point for promotion-chasing Reading at Ipswich

Posted Saturday, February 04, 2017 by PA1 hits

Jordan Obita rescued a point for out-of-sorts Reading to keep their promotion push on track in an entertaining 2-2 draw at Ipswich. Tom Lawrence was once again the star of the show for the hosts, twice putting his team ahead and making it eight goals in eight games. But Reading hit back with goals from Jordon Mutch and Obita's 79th-minute long-range effort. Ipswich, whose manager Mick McCarth...Full Story »

Ipswich vs Reading - Ipswich waiting on fitness of Tom Lawrence

Posted Saturday, February 04, 2017 by PA3 hits

Ipswich hope leading scorer Tom Lawrence can shake off an ankle problem to be fit to face Reading. The forward was substituted at half-time during Saturday's game with Derby but his injury is not as bad as first feared. Reading striker Dominic Samuel is not eligible to face his parent club after joining on loan, but midfielder Emyr Huw, signed from Cardiff until the end of the season, should ...Full Story »

Birmingham 0 - 1 Reading: Birmingham lose to Reading as Gianfranco Zola suffers new blow

Posted Tuesday, January 31, 2017 by PA8 hits

Birmingham are still seeking their first win under the control of Gianfranco Zola after a 1-0 home defeat against Reading. The midlands side have now failed to win any of their 10 games since the Italian manager took over under controversial circumstances from Gary Rowett. They slipped to their latest reverse as a result of a 78th-minute winner from John Swift to keep third-placed Reading in a...Full Story »

Birmingham vs Reading - Zola may make minor tweaks to Blues line-up

Posted Tuesday, January 31, 2017 by PA16 hits

Birmingham boss Gianfranco Zola does not intend to make wholesale changes for the Sky Bet Championship visit of Reading to St Andrew's. Midfielder Greg Stewart could be available for the first time since January 7 after shaking off a knee problem to return to training, but striker Clayton Donaldson (heel) faces a further six weeks out. Jacques Maghoma is due back from the African Nations Cup f...Full Story »

Reading 2 - 1 Cardiff City: Reading return to third spot after seeing off Cardiff

Posted Saturday, January 28, 2017 by PA1 hits

Play-off chasing Reading moved back into third place in the Sky Bet Championship with a hard-earned 2-1 home victory over Cardiff. Reading went in front three minutes before the interval when John Swift pounced from close range after being set up by Garath McCleary. But Cardiff levelled through a penalty from Joe Ralls as the game moved into first-half stoppage time. Reading netted the winne...Full Story »

Reading vs Cardiff City - Jordan Obita back to boost Reading

Posted Saturday, January 28, 2017 by PA14 hits

Reading will have full-back Jordan Obita available after suspension for the Sky Bet Championship match against Cardiff. Tyler Blackett stood in on the left side of defence for the 1-0 win over Fulham on Tuesday night so could retain his place, while captain Paul McShane is fit following a wrist problem. Midfielder Roy Beerens will be hoping to make the starting XI again after marking his retur...Full Story »

Reading 1 - 0 Fulham: Roy Beerens strike sinks Fulham

Posted Tuesday, January 24, 2017 by PA9 hits

Roy Beerens scored the only goal as Reading got the better of Sky Bet Championship play-off rivals Fulham with a hard-fought 1-0 victory. The Royals went in front four minutes into the second half, when Beerens netted on the rebound after Fulham goalkeeper David Button had saved John Swift's penalty. It was Reading's 11th penalty award of the season and though six have been missed, they have f...Full Story »

Reading vs Fulham - Reading without suspended Jordan Obita against Fulham

Posted Tuesday, January 24, 2017 by PA53 hits

Reading are without the suspended Jordan Obita for Tuesday's Championship visit of Fulham after the full-back was sent off in Saturday's 3-2 defeat at Derby. In his absence, Paul McShane is expected to start, and should captain Jaap Stam's team having returned from a wrist injury in that same game. Tiago Ilori is set for his home debut, after impressing at Derby when making his full debut. St...Full Story »

Derby County 3 - 2 Reading

Posted Saturday, January 21, 2017 by PA0 hits

Derby bounced back from conceding at home for the first time in nearly 13 hours to beat promotion hopefuls Reading 3-2 at Pride Park. John Swift put Reading in front but Darren Bent equalised before half-time and Tom Ince and Will Hughes turned the game around. Yakou Meite set up a tense finish that saw Reading's Jordan Obita sent off deep in added time, but Derby held on. Reading had given a...Full Story »

Derby County vs Reading - Derby without suspended duo for Reading visit

Posted Saturday, January 21, 2017 by PA16 hits

Derby will be without the suspended Bradley Johnson against fellow Sky Bet Championship play-off hopefuls Reading. Johnson was sent off during the defeat at Leeds last week and he will serve a one-match ban while fellow midfielder Jacob Butterfield completes his enforced three-game absence for his red card at Norwich on January 2. Marcus Olsson (hamstring) Ikechi Anya (hamstring) and Cyrus Chr...Full Story »

Reading 0 - 1 Queens Park Rangers: Jamie Mackie returns to haunt Reading as QPR march on

Posted Thursday, January 12, 2017 by PA21 hits

Jamie Mackie scored against his former club as QPR dented Reading's Sky Bet Championship promotion bid with a 1-0 win at the Madejski Stadium. The Royals missed the chance to cut the six-point gap to the automatic promotion places as Mackie secured Rangers' third victory in a row in the league with a goal midway through the first half. It was the former Reading loanee's first strike of the se...Full Story »

Reading vs Queens Park Rangers - McShane still unavailable for QPR clash

Posted Thursday, January 12, 2017 by PA51 hits

Reading skipper Paul McShane remains sidelined for the visit of QPR. The defender missed Saturday's FA Cup defeat at his former club Manchester United with a wrist injury and is still not ready to return. Winger Callum Harriott faces four to six weeks out with a hamstring injury. Midfielder Stephen Quinn (knee) and striker Deniss Rakels (ankle) are also set to miss out again. QPR can add Kaz...Full Story »

Man Utd 4-0 Reading: Rooney equals Charlton's record as Red Devils progress in FA Cup

Posted Saturday, January 07, 2017 by Goal.com61 hits

The captain is now just one goal away from becoming the club's all-time top goalscorer after finding the back of the net in a comfortable win at Old Trafford Wayne Rooney drew level with Bobby Charlton as Manchester United's record goalscorer as the holders beat Reading 4-0 in the FA Cup third round. The club captain struck his 249th goal after only seven minutes at Old Trafford before he set ...Full Story »

Manchester United 4 - 0 Reading: Wayne Rooney equals Sir Bobby Charlton's Man United scoring record in FA Cup win

Posted Saturday, January 07, 2017 by PA52 hits

Wayne Rooney moved level with Sir Bobby Charlton as Manchester United's all-time top scorer, setting Jose Mourinho's men on the way to an eighth successive win in a one-sided FA Cup clash with Reading. A long-standing air of inevitability made way for collective joy as Old Trafford stood in unison to celebrate the 249th United goal by one of the club's greatest players. Charlton, rather fitt...Full Story »

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