Reading vs QPR by Hassy
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What they have done is shored up massively at the back and have stopped leaking goals. Up until mid October The R's had the worst defensive record in the division. However, they have only conceded one goal or less in their las seven matches. Warnock, must decide whether to stick with the same side that beat Leeds, or recall Austin in the wake of his cameo display from the bench which saw him net the winner.
Reading, despite a decent start to the campaign are going through a really sticky patch. They have only one win from their last seven matches and the much publicised talk of manager Steve Clark moving to Fulham could not have done much to help the squad. Having lost 3-1 to Nottingham Forest last time out, Steve Clarke will need a response from his side this week with a win seeing them leap back into the play off places. Skipper Paul McShane, who picked up a nasty facial injury at Forest, and Gareth McCleary, who missed the trip with a hamstring problem, are both likely to miss out here. Reading's result recently have been somewhat fortuitous. Two wins by a single goal over struggling Charlton and Bolton are nothing to right home about and a lucky 2-2 draw against Huddersfield prove that they are scraping results at home.
Neil Warnock will be hoping that Faurlin and Austin can stay fit for a prolonged period which I am sure will enable QPR to start pushing up to the play off places. Warnock has made them much harder to beat already and will look to nick a goal and stay solid. They have the better players than Reading and boast much more quality throughout the team. A win tonight for the visitors see them just two points outside the play off places and I will go with a cautious and tight away win tonight.
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|QPR (AH 0.0)||10bet||2.80||7||0-1 WON (+12.6 units)|
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