Wycombe Wanderers may be relegation-bound, but they are showing some spirit having overcome their underdog status to claim points from two of their last three league matches (W1, D1, L1)
Winning the joint-fewest home league matches (W2, D5, L8), Wycombe could be in trouble here as they've conceded an average of 1.27 goals per-game here this term, shipping four opening league goals within the first-half insofar.
However, having won just one of their last five league matches, Reading are slowly slipping from their play-off berth and need a win here to fend off the flock.
Scoring first in three of such five matches, the 'Royals' have conceded equalisers in two of such matches, yet on the flip side, Reading have netted 20 lead-taking goals in the league this season.
Losing just two of their last ten league away matches (W3, D5, L2), Reading are favourites here and could win 'to-nil' for successive away games after keeping three straight shutouts on the road.
PREDICTION: UNDER 2.5 GOALS & READING TO WIN. CS 0-1
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