Leeds United will be hoping to bounce back against Reading following defeat in Darko Milanic’s first game in charge.
Leeds went down 2-0 last weekend but they could take advantage of a strong home crowd and a leaky Reading defence.
Nigel Adkin’s side have conceded four more goals than Leeds so far this season and while they have scored four more than the Whites, it’s an area that Leeds can look to try and take advantage.
Leeds have also played more passes this season, which suggests they should see the majority of possession.
If they can protect the ball well and use it effectively, they should create plenty of chances for themselves to score.
They have to be wary in wide areas because Reading have crossed the ball more this season and could look to hurt Leeds down the flanks on the counter attack, as Milanic’s side push higher up the field.
The discipline is the same for both sides so it should be a fair and even contest between two sides looking to push up closer towards the play-off places with just a point separating them so far.