Reading vs Fulham by Sors
However, more important for my bet is that the hosts have been impressive in attack lately, having scored two or more goals in six of their eight games since the beginning of November and in each of their previous five games at this stadium against Nottingham (2-0), Burton (3-0), Bristol City (2-1), Sheffield Wednesday (2-1) and Norwich (3-1).Seven different players scored goals in the last four rounds, which speaks enough of the potential of this team in attack.
Jordan Obita (d / 18+0), Danzell Gravenberch (d / 1+0), Stephen Quinn (m / 7+0), Joseph Mendes (f / 8+0) and Deniss Rakels (f / 2+0) will miss this match due to injuries.
Like their opponents, the guests will enter the game in a good mood after those three victories and two draws in their previous five games in December (3-2-0 15/7).
It’s obvious that Fulham relies mostly on its good attack, as the guests scored a total of 40 goals in the previous twenty-three rounds (more than any other team in this league with the exception of Newcastle) and two or more goals in each of their last five games against Reading (5-0/home), Wolverhampton (4-4/away), Rotherham (2-1/home), Derby County (2-2/home) and Ipswich (2-0/away).
Floyd Ayite (midfielder) scored four goals in five games in December and Stefan Johansen (midfielder) added another four goals, while Chris Martin (forward) scored his seventh goal of the season and third in December against Ipswich on Monday.
Slavisa Jokanovic has almost a full squad to choose from, with the exception of Tomas Kalas (d / 16+1), who will miss second consecutive match with a hamstring injury.
Reading and Fulham have similar styles of play based on open and attacking football, so I think that we’ll see more than two goals in this match.
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