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Fulham preview

25 October 2012

Key info for Saturday

The Royals make their long-awaited return back to action at the Madejski Stadium this weekend - and here's all the information you need to know for Saturday's game against Fulham.

Team News
Royals: Jem Karacan will miss the Cottagers clash after suffering a knee injury at Liverpool - but goalkeeper Adam Federici is in contention to return. Noel Hunt may also feature after he trained with the Royals this morning.
Cottagers: Bryan Ruiz is a doubt after missing Fulham's match against Aston Villa because of an groin injury sustained while on international duty.

Head to head
The two sides have a fairly even head to head record - with Fulham having the slightly better record with 16 wins to our 13. The Royals did the double over the West Londoners in 2006/07 - both 1-0 wins thanks to Kevin Doyle penalty at Craven Cottage and Stephen Hunt's winner at the Madejski. However, the Cottagers inflicted revenge home and away the following the season.

Tickets
There is very limited available for match tickets - click here for more information or call 0844 248 1871. Travel and parking info can be found here.

Commentary
If you can't make it to the match, then why not listen to the action live on Reading FC Player! Our official online TV station will ensure you don’t miss a thing from BBC Berkshire’s commentary team of Tim Dellor, Kevin Dillon and Ady Williams. We'll also have Twitter and Facebook updates on the match so you don't miss a thing!

A word from Brian
"We can't wait - it's been such a long time. We've had a couple of difficult away games and we should have won against Newcastle. If we can put on that kind of performance like we did against Newcastle then we'll do well." Read his full preview by clicking here.

And from his opposite number Martin Jol
"If you see their (Reading's) results, it’s always close. They’ve got a few players who can make a difference and they play like a team. I feel that Reading could be higher [in the table] but they need that little bit of luck."


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