Reading prepare to entertain Millwall at Madjeski Stadium on Saturday afternoon, looking to continue an impressive record. The Royals are clearly on top, winning 58.97% of the games played between the two.
The most recent encounter between these two sides at Madjeski Stadium was just last season, in November 2002, with Reading running out comfortable 2-0 winners in a League Division One match.
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|Recent encounters between the teams:|
|2002/2003||Sat 15 Feb||Millwall||0 - 2||Reading||LD1|
|2002/2003||Sat 02 Nov||Reading||2-0||Millwall||LD1|
|2000/2001||Sat 06 Jan||Reading||3 - 4||Millwall||LD2|
|2000/2001||Sat 12 Aug||Millwall||2 - 0||Reading||LD2|
|1999/2000||Sat 12 Feb||Reading||2 - 0||Millwall||LD2|
|1999/2000||Tue 16 Nov||Millwall||5 - 0||Reading||LD2|
|1998/1999||Sat 01 May||Reading||2 - 0||Millwall||LD2|
Recent respective form guides
Reading have only performed averagely at home, winning 3 and losing 2 of their last six. The goals for column just outweighs the goals against over this period, 9 to 8.
The away form of Millwall is pretty dire, attaining just 3 draws from the previous six away games. While the The Lions have hit 7 goals, 11 have hit the back of the wrong net.
Reading's 27 points from 17 games sees them lie inside the top half of the table, in 10th position. Millwall's 27 points from 18 games sees them lie inside the top half of the table, in 11th position.
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|Current form guides:||P||W||D||L||F||A||P|
FootyMad's prediction ...
Its a close one to call, but I think that Royals's reasonable showing at home is going to see them scrape past Millwall. Home Win
|Reading||5 games since last home draw.|
Not drawn a match in their last 6 .
|Millwall||Previous 2 away games have finished all-square.|
Not won in previous 7 away matches.
4 games since last defeat.