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Wolves VS Reading, host to win

ENG LCHWolves VS Reading, host to win

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Posted Tue, 13 Mar 2018 09:32:38 GMT        
England Championship -- Match Time:3/14/2018 03:45 Wednesday (GMT+8) 
Wolves  VS  Reading Livescore | Match Preview | Match Statistics
Leaders to bounce back in midweek
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TEAM NEWS
Bright Enobakhare remains a doubt with a knock while Phil Ofosu-Ayeh and Carl Ikeme are still sidelined for Championship leaders Wolves.
The injured Garath McCleary, Jordan Obita, Paul McShane and Tommy Elphick will not travel to Molineux. Meanwhile, Stephen Quinn, Axel Oskar Andresson, Yann Kermorgant and Omar Richards are doubtful.
 
Wolves 
Suspended: None
Doubtful: Bright Enobakhare (knock)
Injured/unavailable: Phil Ofosu-Ayeh (ankle), Carl Ikeme (leukaemia)
 
Reading
Suspended: None
Doubtful: Stephen Quinn (knee), Axel Oskar Andresson (ankle); Yann Kermorgant, Omar Richards (both calf)
Injured/unavailable: Garath McCleary (ankle), Jordan Obita (cruciate ligament), Paul McShane (hamstring), Tommy Elphick (knee)
 
MATCH PREVIEW
MAIN PREDICTION: HOME WIN
 
Having lost two of their last three in the Championship, Wolves’ lead at the top has been cut to just three points. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side were embarrassed in a Midlands derby by Aston Villa last Saturday, losing 4-1 at Villa Park, their heaviest defeat of the season. With Cardiff continuing to win, Wanderers will be nervously looking over their shoulder.
Reading have had a campaign to forget and Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Leeds at the Madejski Stadium extended their winless run to seven. January’s triumph at bottom club Burton Albion remains Reading’s only league win in 16 games. The Royals are not out of the woods just yet as they sit only six points above 22nd-placed Birmingham in the table.
Despite Wolves’ alarming dip in form, Wanderers should have enough quality and resolve to see off lowly Reading on Tuesday. I’m predicting a Wolves win.
 
SECOND PREDICTION: FIRST HALF HAD – HOME WIN
 
Wolves have been leading at half time in each of their last three home games. Back Wolves to win the first half on Tuesday.
 
HEAD TO HEAD
Wolves have beaten Reading 2-0 in two of their last three meetings.

 

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