EFL: Reading vs HCAFC



Reading just got 1 draw at home of Cadiff City, this is the 5th game in a row without knowing the smell of their victory. This achievement earned them only 38 points after 30 rounds and is temporarily ranked 15th in the rankings. 

Only having to host Hull City at home will be a good opportunity for teachers and coach Mark Bowen to rediscover the joy of victory.

On the other side of the battle line, Hull City are ranked 14th on the standings with 39 points after 30 rounds. They are only 10 points away from the relegation zone, the risk is not zero for this team. If they continue to play like they are now, a relegation ticket for them is understandable. Marching into the yard of a thirsty Reading is not an easy task for Hull City.

After an impressive period of competition with 4 consecutive victories, they showed signs of slowing down when they lost 2 matches and 3 draws in the last 5 rounds. Although the defense did not play well, the attacking line did not show any effect. Be aware, Reading is not too bad at home when the unbeaten 5/6 times to receive the latest guests.

Fortunately, Reading's rival, Hull City, is in a much worse shape. They are having a series of 4 consecutive losses, the defense is playing very lax when conceding up to 6 goals / 2 matches recently. The last round, despite being played at home, but "" tigers "were ahead of Brentford with a score of 1-5. Therefore, it is difficult for Hull City to have points for this match.

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