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FULL-TIME: MANCHESTER UNITED 1 READING 0
Before the corner, Reading send on the tall and powerful Morrison in place of Kelly. Morrison gets his head to the ball but nods wide of the target.
Kagawa comes on for Anderson, who had a steady if not spectacular game.
Young does not look injured but is the man to go off as Carrick comes on.
Double change for Reading. Hunt and Robson-Kanu go off to be replaced by United fan Le Fondre and Blackman.
Kelly is booked after leaving Young in a heap with a sliding challenge. Young has just knocked the ball away. Young's resulting free-kick is headed clear by Pearce.
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HALF-TIME: MANCHESTER UNITED 1 READING 0
Hunt is correctly booked for a studs-up, sliding challenge on Smalling.
GOAL ROONEY (1-0)!!!
Paul Macey says: 'Cracking attacking line up! Be nice to see Wazza smash in in a hat-trick! 4.0'
Rowan Arnold says: 'Got a feeling United are going to walk all over Reading today, Strong offensive team selection with Rooney looking to get his name back on the scoresheet and Van Persie well overdue a goal. I don't think we'll see much spirit in Reading today and with three of the biggest men at the back I expect another clean sheet for the red devils. 4-0.'
Morgan Roberts says: 'I'm going for 5-0 United, with RVP and Rooney continuing their goalscoring form against Reading with a double each. Can't see anything other than a convincing win, however cruel on a Reading side who shouldn't really be managerless in my view. Come on United.'
Adam Humphrey says: 'I can see United wanting to bounce back after two games without a win. Little bit worried about Giggs in CM as it isn't his most effective position but I'm hoping for two or more goals from Van Persie in a big United win!'
Matty Read says: 'I think United need to go into today's game showing why they are at the top and try to punish a possible 'hurt' Reading side. After City have slipped up today I think this game could be as important as any - 15 points could just be too much!'
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