The locals are one of the surprises of the competition, where like the second Spaniard, they flock aimlessly historical teams like Blackburn Rovers, Aston Villa or Queens Park Rangers.
Currently they occupy the fourth place to 6 points of the second place of promotion direct to the premier that occupies the Brighton (the first except majuscula surprise will be of a Newcastle to which finally Benítez has taken the pulse).
As local, they have only fallen defeated against Aston Villa, so they will want to continue in that good dynamic at Madejski Stadium and continue to hold on to the posts that entitle at least to play the playoff for ascending to the Premier.
For his part, Burton is not making a bad season, much less to be a newly promoted. It occupies the position 18 (of 24 teams) with four points above Wigan, that is that occupies the first of the places of descent.
Out of the house still does not know what the victory is, with four draws and other defeats. They know that a lot of the permanence options happen to take something away from home apart from what they take out in their stadium, reason why tomorrow they will go away for everything to take something positive of Reading.
As for the numbers, in the games played in Reading have seen an average of almost 12 corners per game, although our pick would have been green only four times, remaining in the rest of games to 1, 2, 3 and 4 corners respectively.
The balance in this occasion puts it the visiting team. In the Burton games away from their stadium they have gone to the corner an average of almost 14 times per game, with 6 matches above the 10 corners and only 2 reds with 10 and 9 corners respectively.
I expect a game of attack on both sides and we end up giving away the green.