Tuesday, 01/24/2017, at 20:00, plays Reading – Fulham, a confrontation remainder of stage 24 of the Championship.
Reading comes after two stages at all successful, matches they lost unappealable 0-1 with 2-3 with QPR and Derby, in a match held late last week. However, it left the area playoffs, occupying 6th place with 46 points, 12 fewer than first class, Newcastle, however, has the worst defense of all the teams that are on places play-off , cashing 36 goals so far, two fewer than the number of goals scored. That is to evolve “Madjeski Stadium”, her home land, could be a slight moral advantage, since the posture of the home team accumulated 27 points, suffering just two defeats, 0-1 and 1-2 against QPR with Aston Villa.
Info lot: Deniss Rakels, Stephen Quinn and Callum Harriott are injured and Jordan Obita is suspended.
On the other side, Fulham announces itself a rival series to place play-off, being in the moment only in 9th place with 40 points, six fewer than her opponent in this match, but as the time is me one good. In the previous stage, Londoners have evolved against those of QPR in a match where Martin missed penalty to Fulham, and took revenge with a quarter of an hour before the final, scoring the equalizer and set the final result, 1-1. Moreover, the team did well both at home and away, how many places gathered 20 points, but the difference is that on foreign land has not lost three stages and suffered two defeats, 1-2 and Brighton Aston Villa 0-1.
Lot Info: Floyd Ayiti and Neeskens Kebano are away at the African Nations Cup.
Reading (3-5-2): Habs – Moore – McShane – ing – Gunter – Swift – Kelly – Williams – Blackett – McCleary – Kermorgant
Fulham (4-2-3-1): Button – Fredericks – Kalas – Ream – Malone – McDonald – Johansen – Piazón – Cairney – Aluko – Martin
It announces a game show because the tour was 5-0 to Fulham and so it came to direct the seven games have scored at least three goals. Being recognized as a team that does not back down from doing the show, guest team is listed first chance by bookmakers. In other news, I think the chances are pretty high goals to witness perhaps one in each half.
Prediction: Both teams to score / YES