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Odds for Boro opener and top scorer.

Readingbet.co.uk have released their first list of odds for the new Premiership campaign.

Reading are 6/4 to win the tie with Middlesbrough, while the game ending even is currently 11/5.

The Royals three main strikers are all listed in the possible top scorers for the coming season with Kitson rated at 100/1, while Doyle and Lita sit just behind him at 150/1 each respectively.

You can back Reading to end their first season in the top-flight as champions at just 2500/1 with only Watford and Sheffield United rated higher on 5000/1 each.


For more selected odds on the Royals and other Premiership teams see www.readingbet.co.uk




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Date:Monday July 31 2006

Time: 10:23PM

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Good luck in the game and for the season. Doesn't seem that long ago that you were playing Blackpool in L1!
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