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Liverpool vs. Reading

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12/03/08

15.00

Liverpool vs Reading

Reading travel to in form Liverpool on the back of two wins on the spin.

The Royals showed glimpses of their quality from last season against Manchester City last week and will try and build on that as they look to do the double over the Reds.

After their impressive win at Inter on Tuesday, Reading will be hoping that Liverpool are suffering from a European hangover.

Vital Quotes:

Stephen Hunt on the trip to Anfield;

'We all watched the Inter game and it was a great result for them. We know it will be tough for us to go there but Anfield is a great place to play.

'The atmosphere is always electric. I enjoyed playing there last season.'

Liverpool Team News:

Daniel Agger is out for the rest of the season but Xabi Alonso returns after the birth of his son.

Player to watch: Fernando Torres

He is electric at the moment and even Andre Bikey will struggle to stop him.

Reading Team News:

Reading have no fresh injuries and will almost definitely start with the same team the beat Man City.

Player to watch: Andre Bikey

He has been nothing short of awesome since reclaiming his place in the team and will need to be at his best to stop Torres.

Match Facts & Stats

Match Prediction:

I had a dream that it was 0-0, unfortunately I think that is all it will ever aspire to be, a dream. Liverpool are just too good at the moment and I can't see anything past a Liverpool win, with a brave effort from Reading. My prediction: Liverpool 3-1 Reading

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i predict a 3-0 win to that liverpool scum as they are playing well again
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