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It's finished at the Madejski. An unbelievable second half ends with the spoils shared. Who knows who will be the happier with that?!
EQUALISER!!! This is getting silly now. Hal Robson Kanu bundles the ball home from the resultant free kick.
GOAL FOR FULHAM!!! And that's a wonderful finish from the Bulgarian Berbatov.
GOAL FOR READING!!! It's an equaliser from Garath McLeary, and Jason Roberts is lucky to have miscontrolled the ball, allowing it to roll to the ex-Nottingham Forest winger
Hal Robson Kanu is on for Jimmy Kebe
The injured Baird will be replaced by Steve Sidwell
Adam Le Fondre is on for Reading
Goal!! Fulham have the lead, and it is two goals in two games for Chris Baird, heading in Riise's corner. It. Was. Coming.
We have our second yellow card, Reading's Cummings receiving it
The first booking of the match, Chris Baird cynically bringing down Jobi McAnuff
Reading's first change, Jay Tabb replaced by Garath McLeary
Dejaga on for Damien Duff for Fulham. Another inspired substitution?
WHAT A GOAL. And you thought Reading's goal was good? Bryan Ruiz smashes the ball into the goal off the underside of the bar from a Damien Duff pass.
Fulham make the first substitution, Bryan Ruiz coming on for Hugo Rodallega. The Colombian had been ineffective.
The corner is cleared and we have half time. Mikele Leigertwood with his first Premier League goal in seven years, and what a strike it was. Fulham probably slightly unfortunate to be behind, but Pogrebnyak did also miss a guilt-edged headed chance early on
GOAL FOR READING!!! Fantastic finish by Leigertwood as McAnuff lays the ball of to him. He strikes it into the top corner
Prior to kick off, Joe Finegan has gone all selfish on us: 'The focal point of my #fantasyfootball team today is The Pog & The Rod... #Reading v #Fulham #hattricksallroundplease ' I'll do my best Joe, I really will.
Reading (19/10) are desperate to end a barren run at the Madejski Stadium with a much needed victory over Fulham (7/5). The Royals have won none of their last six Premier League games and many punters think that run will be extended today and are backing a draw. Pavel Pogrebnyak has scored six goals from seven shots on target for the home team and is 6/1 to open the scoring the same price as Fulham's Dimitar Berbatov.
Gabriel Sutton has got in touch via Twitter: 1-1. Reading need the win + have home advantage but Fulham can score with Berbatov in their side.
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