Our football match prediction:
Reading have been producing outstanding performances of late. The Royals did well to eliminate Brighton in the Capital One Cup earlier in last week and they head into Tuesday’s football match against Brentford following back-to-back wins over the likes of Barnsley and Huddersfield Town. Readubg are eager to stay in the race for automatic promotion to the Premier League and they are likely to adopt an attack-minded approach in Tuesday’s football match against Bees. Brentford suffered a 3-1 loss to Wolverhampton at Molineux Stadium at the weekend, but they are tough to beat at home and we predict that the Bees will pick up one point from the clash against Reading. A close encounter is on the horizon and there is every chance the two teams will share the spoils at Griffin Park. In their last meeting in the Championship Brentford recorded a 2-1 win over Reading, but the Royals seem to be at the top of their game at the moment.
Highligted Player (Maxime Collin):
After spending two seasons at Boulogne, Maxime Colin joined Troyes in 2012. The pacey right back made 55 appearances for Troyes and in 2014 he signed a three-year deal with Belgian side Anderlecht. On 13 September, 2014 he made his Anderlecht debut, in a 2-2 draw with Lierse. After playing 16 games for the Belgian outfit in the 2014/2015 Pro League campaign, Maxime Colin signed a four-year contract with Brentford in August, 2015 for an undisclosed fee. Reports in England suggested, though, that the fee was around £900,000. Colin made his Brentford debut on 22 August, 2015 in a 1-0 loss to Burnley and it has to be noted that he came on as a substitute 30 minutes before the final whistle. Speaking of his international career, the defender, who was born on 15 November, 1991, has seven caps for the France U20 team. Colin made France U20 World Cup squad as well and he played a part in matches against Colombia and Mexico.
Highlighted Team (Reading):
Reading are a professional football club that play in the Championship. The club was formed in 1871 and Madejski Stadium has been the home of Reading since 1998. The Royals used to play their home games at Elm Park in the past (1896 - 1998). Reading made it to the FA Cup semi-finals on two occasions (1927, 2015), but they have yet to win the prestigious trophy. The likes of Robin Friday, Trevor Senior, Steve Death, Shaka Hislop, Phil Parkinson, Alf Messer, Jimmy Quinn, Michael Gilkes, Ronnie Blackman, Pavel Pogrebnyak and Martin Hicks are some of their more notable footballers. Aldershot Town were considered Reading’s fiercest rivals, but the Shots went out of business in 1992. Seeing that Aldershot rejoined the league in 2008 it remains to be seen if the rivalry is going to be re-established in near future. Swindon Town and Oxford United are considered Reading’s big rivals as well.