At any level, challenges don’t come much bigger than a visit to the league leaders – that’s the task our boys are faced with this weekend at Wolverhampton.
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Reading
Saturday 3rd March 2018, 5.30pm
Sky Bet Championship
The Midlands side have made a habit of winning this season – even when we matched them at Madejski Stadium, they still had that little bit of cutting edge which resulted in a 2-0 win.
But they are fallible – in relative terms they’re having a wobble, with two draws and a defeat in their last three games.
And we’ve just as much to play for – so three points would be a welcome boost for the Royals!
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Sky Bet are also running boosts for this televised game. Modou Barrow to score first and either Reading to win 1-0 or draw 1-1 is available at 50/1, and Jón Daði Böðvarsson is 9/2 to net any time against his old side.
The man in the middle is Andrew Madley – he has overseen three away games for us already this season, although they haven’t been too fruitful… defeats at Preston and Millwall, and a draw in Bolton.
Robert Merchant and James Wilson are on the flanks as assistant referees, while Robert Jones acts as fourth official for this one.
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