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Reading - Fleetwood Town
England League 1 - Select Car Leasing Stadium
* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
Reading and Fleetwood cross swords on Tuesday, October 24th in a League One clash. This will be the first-ever match between the teams. Here is our detailed preview of the game, as well as our best Reading vs Fleetwood free betting tips. Also, check out our dedicated League One betting tips page.
Reading vs Fleetwood predictions and betting tips
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BTTS – No
- In 4 of Reading’s last 5 matches, only one of the teams managed to score.
- This also happened in 3 of Fleetwood’s last 4 games.
- Reading kept 3 clean sheets in just 5 home league games played.
Half With Most Goals: Second
- Reading are scoring the vast majority of their goals in the second half – 7 out of 9 goals, or 77.7%.
- The Royals saw 3 of their last 5 home games produce more goals after the interval.
- Fleetwood also scored most of their goals so far after the break – 5 of 8, or 62.5%.
Top betting odds and key stats for Reading vs Fleetwood
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Now, let's take a better look at the best markets and odds we found for this duel:
Reading odds: 13/10 (2.30) – 43.5% Probability
Draw odds: 12/5 (3.40) – 29.4% Probability
Fleetwood odds: 40/17 (3.35) – 29.8% Probability
*all odds provided are the best price at the time of publication and come from various bookmakers and therefore the probabilities won't always add up to 100%.
As we can see, the bookies see Reading to be the expected winners in this match, with a 43.50% win probability. Regarding other markets, Under 2.5 Goals is our recommendation to consider at 8/11 (1.73) – 57.90%.
Reading vs Fleetwood preview: latest form, news, and potential lineups
Read all of the latest injury updates and team news for this duel, including our predicted Reading vs Fleetwood lineups.
Reading’s struggles reached a new low on Saturday when they lost the London derby vs Charlton 0-4. The Royals actually played well for large periods but defensively way too many bad errors were committed and this proved costly.
The pressure mounted fast after a single point was earned from the last five games.
The fact that there are lots of other problems off the field to distract the players is hardly helpful. Reading are up for sale right now. They already had points deducted twice this season. The players say that they are still waiting for their August wages.
To add further issues to the mix Reading continue to be missing 4 important players due to injuries and there are rumours that a group of 6-7 first-team players consider refusing to play until they get paid.
Button (GK), Bindon, Dean, Abbey, Guiness-Walker, Elliott, Wing, Savage, Knibbs, Azeez & Kelvin
Fleetwood felt much better after winning back-to-back games on the road. However, the mood dampened again with the Cod Army losing back-to-back matches at home in the last 2 rounds.
On Saturday a close contest vs Lincoln brought a 0-1 loss. Fleetwood had chances and should have earned at least a draw but it wasn’t to be.
On all their struggles Fleetwood continues to play much better on the road. Only 1 of their last 5 league defeats had been suffered away from home. Also, 3 of the 4 positive results this season (W1 D2) were registered on the road.
Centre-back Nsiala misses this game suspended. However, this is not a big issue with the star centre-back Sarpong-Wiredu finally fully fit and ready to start for the first time since round 2.
Heneghan is also back after serving his ban, while Omochere pushes for a recall up front after being benched at the weekend.
Lynch (GK), Lawal, Heneghan, Sarpong-Wiredu, Johnson, Quitirna, Vela, Broom, Earl, Omochere & Marriott
The teams usually announce their starting lineups one hour before the start of the game.