Reading

Reading

England #16 in League One
CoachNoel Hunt
VenueSelect Car Leasing Stadium
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02 Mar 2024
Prediction: Draw or Reading Odds: 1.44
Carlisle Carlisle
Reading Reading
Kickoff: Saturday, 2 March at 15.00 Venue: Brunton Park

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Reading latest results

2 - 3
2 - 0
4 - 1
1 - 1
2 - 0

Reading Players

Players Position
Midfielder
Midfielder
Midfielder
Mamadi Caba Camará
Mamadi Caba Camará Guinea-Bissau
Midfielder
Midfielder
Goalkeeper
Goalkeeper
Goalkeeper
Goalkeeper
Defender
Defender
Defender
Defender
Zane Monlouis
Zane Monlouis England
Defender
Defender
Defender
Defender
Defender
Defender
Defender
Defender
John Clarke
John Clarke Republic of Ireland
Defender
Tyler Grant Bindon
Tyler Grant Bindon New Zealand
Defender
Defender
Dominic Ballard
Dominic Ballard England
Attacker
Attacker
Attacker

Reading latest transfers

Date Player From To Price
2024-01-17 T. Holmes Reading Luton € 1.2M
2023-07-01 G. Puşcaş Reading Genoa € 1.8M
2023-06-27 T. Ince Reading Watford € 58K
2021-07-08 M. Olise Reading Crystal Palace € 9.3M
2019-08-07 G. Puşcaş Inter Reading € 10M
2019-07-12 J. Böðvarsson Reading Millwall € 850K
2019-01-31 L. Bacuna Reading Cardiff € 3.4M
2017-08-31 S. Aluko Fulham Reading € 7.8M
2017-07-18 V. Mannone Sunderland Reading € 2.2M
2017-01-30 A. Popa FCSB Reading € 600K

League One standings

Rank Team MP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Portsmouth players, news and schedule Portsmouth 34 21 9 4 58 30 28 72
2 Derby players, news and schedule Derby 33 20 6 7 58 29 29 66
3 Bolton players, news and schedule Bolton 32 20 6 6 59 33 26 66
4 Barnsley players, news and schedule Barnsley 32 17 9 6 58 36 22 60
5 Peterborough players, news and schedule Peterborough 33 17 8 8 61 41 20 59
6 Oxford United players, news and schedule Oxford United 34 16 9 9 56 42 14 57
7 Stevenage players, news and schedule Stevenage 32 15 8 9 46 34 12 53
8 Blackpool players, news and schedule Blackpool 33 14 8 11 50 39 11 50
9 Leyton Orient players, news and schedule Leyton Orient 33 13 9 11 40 41 -1 48
10 Lincoln players, news and schedule Lincoln 33 11 12 10 35 32 3 45
11 Northampton players, news and schedule Northampton 33 13 6 14 45 50 -5 45
12 Bristol Rovers players, news and schedule Bristol Rovers 33 12 7 14 45 48 -3 43
13 Wigan players, news and schedule Wigan 34 14 7 13 48 43 5 41
14 Exeter City players, news and schedule Exeter City 34 11 6 17 25 47 -22 39
15 Wycombe players, news and schedule Wycombe 32 9 11 12 41 43 -2 38
16 Reading players, news and schedule Reading 34 11 9 14 44 49 -5 38
17 Cambridge United players, news and schedule Cambridge United 33 10 8 15 31 41 -10 38
18 Burton Albion players, news and schedule Burton Albion 32 10 8 14 29 41 -12 38
19 Shrewsbury players, news and schedule Shrewsbury 33 10 5 18 23 44 -21 35
20 Charlton players, news and schedule Charlton 33 7 12 14 47 52 -5 33
21 Cheltenham players, news and schedule Cheltenham 32 9 6 17 28 43 -15 33
22 Port Vale players, news and schedule Port Vale 31 8 7 16 32 50 -18 31
23 Fleetwood Town players, news and schedule Fleetwood Town 33 6 8 19 33 55 -22 26
24 Carlisle players, news and schedule Carlisle 32 4 8 20 26 55 -29 20

About Reading

Reading Football Club, commonly known as the Royals, is a professional football club based in Reading, Berkshire, England. The club was founded on Christmas Day in 1871, making it one of the oldest football clubs in England. The team plays its home games at the Madejski Stadium, named after former chairman Sir John Madejski, which has been their home since 1998 and can accommodate over 24,000 spectators.

Reading FC has spent most of its history in the lower tiers of English football but has had periods of success, notably in the 2000s and early 2010s. The club's first significant achievement came in 1986 when they won the Football League Third Division and secured promotion to the Second Division for the first time. However, they were relegated after just one season.

The club's fortunes began to change in the early 2000s under the stewardship of manager Alan Pardew. In the 2001-2002 season, Reading won the Football League Second Division and earned promotion to the First Division, which was rebranded as the Championship the following season. Pardew left the club in 2003, but his successor, Steve Coppell, continued the club's upward trajectory.

The 2005-2006 season was a historic one for Reading. The club won the Championship with a record-breaking 106 points, earning promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history. Reading finished 8th in their debut Premier League season, their highest ever finish in the English football league system. However, they were relegated back to the Championship after two seasons in the top flight.

Reading returned to the Premier League in the 2012-2013 season after winning the Championship once again, but were relegated after just one season. Since then, the club has remained in the Championship, facing both successes and challenges.

Despite the ups and downs, Reading FC has produced several notable players who have gone on to have successful careers both in England and abroad. These include Gylfi Sigurðsson, who has played for Swansea City and Everton in the Premier League, and Kevin Doyle, who has represented the Republic of Ireland at the international level.

The club is also known for its commitment to youth development, with its academy producing a number of players who have gone on to play for the first team and in higher divisions. The Reading FC Women's team, established in 2014, competes in the Women's Super League, the highest level of the women's game in England.

Reading FC's history is one of perseverance, resilience, and occasional brilliance. The club's loyal fan base, known as the Royals, continues to support the team through thick and thin, embodying the spirit of the club's motto: "URZ" (Up the Royals).

Prediction Stats

Correct Strike rate
Winner 191/296 65%
Over/Under 56/70 80%
League Correct %
Primera División - Apertura logo Primera División - Apertura 20/23 87%
Pro League logo Pro League 44/53 83%
Cup logo Cup 9/11 82%
Premier League logo Premier League 44/55 80%
First League logo First League 105/133 79%
Super League 1 logo Super League 1 104/134 78%
Liga 1 logo Liga 1 57/74 77%
Liga Pro logo Liga Pro 121/157 77%
Süper Lig logo Süper Lig 177/234 76%
NPFL logo NPFL 90/119 76%