Championship strugglers Reading stand between holders Arsenal and a place in yet another FA Cup final as the two sides contest the first of the weekend’s two ties on Saturday.
The Royals have saved their best performances this season for this competition, but this is the first time they have come against Premier League opponents during this run, having seen off second tier rivals Huddersfield Town, Cardiff City and Derby County, a...More
Bradford City will be aiming to become the second League One side in as many seasons to reach the semi-finals of the FA Cup when they host Reading, who have not made the last four for 88 years.
Three weeks ago, the Bantams again proved they can rise to the big occasion, following up their stunning success against Chelsea by seeing off more Premier League opponents in the shape of Sunderland, who they outplayed for long periods on ...More
Reading earned a shock victory in the FA Cup fifth round, winning at the iPro stadium against Derby County, reports BBC Sport.
Reading hit the woodwork in the first-half, with striker Simon Cox coming close to giving the visitors the lead. The Royals were also denied a penalty, after a Danny Williams shot appeared to have struck Derby defender Richard Keogh on the arm.
After the goalless first-half, it was Reading who took the l...More
A place in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup is up for grabs as Championship duo Derby County and Reading meet at the iPro Stadium on Saturday.
The hosts will come into this as favourites, very much in the promotion race again after failing in the play-off final last season. They are currently third in the second tier having drawn with fellow contenders Bournemouth on Tuesday, and the additions of Darren Bent and Thomas Ince on loa...More
It is becoming an all too familiar feeling around The Den for Millwall fans – the battle to stave off relegation. And this season was no different as they had to wait until the final day to make sure of their Championship status.
A nail-biting 1-0 victory over Bournemouth ensured new manager Ian Holloway had guided the club to safety and give fans hope that next season under his stewardship, they might fare better.
Yeovil Town played their first ever game in England’s second tier on Saturday and clinched a historic win at the first attempt. Admittedly the Glovers rode their luck for large parts of the game as Millwall were continuously wasteful in front of goal, and as such Ed Upson’s winner in the last few minutes could be construed as something of a smash-and-grab affair, but the win bodes well.
Promoted sides are a pundit’s dream when it co...More
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