Reading v Everton

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Reading v Everton

Messaggio da leggereda ShearerTheLegend » 16/11/2012, 21:23

Saturday 17th November 2012
Kick-off: 16.00
Madejski Stadium

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Reading

(18th)
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Everton FC
(4th)

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Reading will need to do something they have yet to achieve this season - take three points from a Premier League fixture. The Royals have only been beaten on four occasions - the same amount as Tottenham - but they are yet to break their winning duck upon returning to the top level and will be aware that weekend opponents Everton are no pushovers. The Toffees continue to occupy a standing inside the UEFA Champions League places and are currently on an eight-match unbeaten run, with David Moyes having brought the best out of a tight-knit unit. Everton won the last time the clubs met in the league in 2008, but were knocked out of the FA Cup by the Royals in 2011.

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A third of Reading's 12 goals have been scored in the last five minutes of their league matches.
The Toffees have hit the woodwork 11 times in the Premier League this season; more than any other team. They only hit the frame of the goal 12 times in the whole of 2011-12.


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Brian McDermott has confirmed that Alex McCarthy, Jem Karacan and Danny Guthrie are all still unavailable for the visit of Everton this weekend. Jimmy Kebe has picked up a groin problem and is currently a doubt, with Garath McCleary his likely deputy on the right flank. Chris Gunter could keep his role at right-back after getting the nod ahead of Shaun Cummings last weekend, while Pavel Pogrebnyak will also hope to return to the side in place of Noel Hunt.

A Federici • C Gunter, G Gorkss, S Morrison, N Shorey • G McCleary, J Tabb, M Leigertwood, J McAnuff • J Roberts, P Pogrebnyak

Kevin Mirallas has been ruled out of the trip to Reading with a hamstring injury. His place in the Toffees' starting line-up is likely to be taken by Steven Naismith. Tony Hibbert’s likely absence affords Seamus Coleman yet another chance to impress at right-back, while Darron Gibson is still out with an ongoing thigh injury.

T Howard • S Coleman, P Jagielka, J Heitinga, L Baines • S Naismith, P Neville, L Osman, S Pienaar • M Fellaini • N Jelavic

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Re: Reading v Everton

Messaggio da leggereda woody87 » 17/11/2012, 12:44

BBC Sport's stats on today's game:

Reading:
Brian McDermott's side kept their first clean sheet of the season with last weekend's goalless draw with Norwich.

A third of Reading's 12 goals have been scored in the last five minutes of their league matches.

Reading have drawn their last three league games; it's their longest run in the division without defeat since going five matches unbeaten in December 2007.

The winless Royals have drawn in all four Premier League matches in which they have opened the scoring.

Everton:
The Toffees have lost only one of their last 20 league matches.

Everton are one point shy of totalling 600 Premier League points under the management of David Moyes.

Victory would see the Toffees equal their 2004-05 Premier League best of 23 points from 12 games - they went on to finish fourth that season.

Everton set a Premier League record last weekend by picking up points for the sixth consecutive league match after conceding the opening goal (W2, D4).
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Messaggio da leggereda woody87 » 17/11/2012, 18:12

GOAL! Everton take the lead, Jelavic recycles a ball back into the box and Fellaini causes havoc - before Naismith arrives late to bundle home. 1-0
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Messaggio da leggereda PaulLambert87 » 17/11/2012, 22:11

L'ho intravista. Il Reading credo sia l'unica squadra che non avevo ancora visto, e devo dire che, contropiede a parte, gioca un calcio bruttino, in fase di possesso palla fatica non poco. Coleman male male sul rigore, molto ingenuo.



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Re: Reading v Everton

Messaggio da leggereda London Calling » 18/11/2012, 4:47

Per me 3 punti buttati letteralmente via dall'Everton, sia per sfortuna che per demeriti propri.
Peccato, i toffees vanno troppo a corrente alternata, dopo aver vinto a fatica sabato scorso contro il Sunderland oggi era necessaria una prestazione buona condita con almeno un pareggio.
La sconfitta (immeritata comunque, a mio avviso), è una bella mazzata.

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Re: Reading v Everton

Messaggio da leggereda mariano » 18/11/2012, 21:49

Ma si puo' perdere queste partite?Primo tempo dominato,ma purtroppo come al solito non si riesce a chiudere la gara,'vedi la pratica Fulham',poi nel secondo tempo viene fuori l'Everton prevedibile,senza un gioco concreto,impaurito.Ha avuto tutte le ragioni Moyes ad arrabbiarsi con la squadra.Ci si aspettava il salto di qualità,invece siamo andati indietro......... :sob:
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