When Reading host Millwall in the Championship (CS) this weekend, the
context will be much more than just the euphoria currently sweeping
The hosts put an end to their miserable run of eight winless matches
(W0, D3, L5) by picking up a crucial 3-1 win over Burton in midweek.
That is still only a temporary solace, despite it earning them a
valuable six-point cushion over the bottom three.
If excitement can win matches, the visitors would have been in the title
mix by now亚搏在线登录，! The homecoming of Tim Cahill has heightened the buzz around
Millwall, even though they are still deeply entrenched in the crowded
mid-table - 14th after 29 matches (35pts). That’s a mere three points
above their hosts who are 18th.
Reading have struggled at home this season and their tally of 13 points
is better than only Sunderland and Burton. With no wins in four CS home
games (W0, D1, L3), the onus is on the hosts to find a key to safety or
risk sliding moving closer to the trap door!
Thankfully for them, Millwall are poor travellers with a chronic
inability to earn victories. They went 13 CS games without an away win
(W0, D6, L7) before picking up a 4-3 win at Leeds United.
Key battles: Jon Dadi Bodvarsson has five goals in the last four
matches, in all competitions, for Reading.
George Saville may lead the goal charts for Millwall (seven), but his
last goal came in mid-December. Time to break the drought?
Stat attack: In nine out of their 14 away games (64%), Millwall failed
to open their account.
Reading have scored just one goal, while conceding five in their last
three home games.
Reading are undefeated in their last nine home matches (W6, D3, L0)
against Millwall in all competitions.
玩法 主队 指数 客队 让分 雷丁(0.92) 平手 米尔沃尔(0.98)
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