Date:Tuesday March 21 2006
Leicester City coach Ray Graydon believes that Reading won’t get it so easy on Saturday when they go to the Walker’s Stadium in search of the win that would put the Royals into the Premiership.
Leicester have had a good run of results of late and lifted themselves up to 15th place in the table, one defeat in their last nine games has lifted the spirits of the Foxes camp.
And its for that reason that Graydon has told his team they have nothing to fear from the Royals and the big crowd should make for a good atmosphere.
Speaking to the club’s official website, Graydon said: 'If you are a Leicester City player at the moment preparing for a game against the league leaders in the form that you are in then you will be thinking 'come on - bring it on - we've got nothing to lose.
'I don't think we have got anything to fear. We know what we are playing the best team in the league because that is what the table tells us.
'There is going to be a big crowd inside the stadium and I am sure the atmosphere will be brilliant. It's certainly the sort of game that I would be eager to get a ticket to see.'
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