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With Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Liverpool coming up for the Royals between Saturday September 23 and Saturday November 4 they face an extremely hard run against the country's leading teams.
Heres how you thought they would get on in this run.

9 POINTS - 18%
7-9 POINTS - 16%
5-7 POINTS - 10%
3-5 POINTS - 16%
1-3 POINTS - 17%
0 POINTS - 23%

So pretty much a mixed bag of results there as expected. With the Royals still new to facing this calibre of team on a league basis it is anybodys guess how they will fare.

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Date:Wednesday September 13 2006
Time: 4:12PM

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