Going forward, we just didn’t have enough and that was with Tom Ince on the pitch, so that’s quite a big concern. It’s not as if we didn’t have a decent number of options up top, so our performance in the final third must improve and let’s hope we see a better display this evening. The fact we were able to keep a clean sheet against the likes of Elijah Adebayo, Harry Cornick, Carlton Morris and Cameron Jerome was impressive though, even if the quartet didn’t enjoy the most successful night. Yakou Meite was also a threat at times - and it wouldn’t be a surprise if he’s in the starting lineup once again against the Lilywhites.
Although I haven’t gone for him in my next section, Emil Riis is one to watch as a player that can be a real threat in front of goal, but it remains to be seen whether he’s on top form tonight. Enduring a tough first season (2020/21) at Deepdale, he responded well last term and is enjoying another successful campaign this term.
Reading vs Preston North End: Match Preview 2022/23Reading return to the Select Car Leasing Stadium tonight as they look to get back to winning ways, with Preston North End their opponents. Ryan Lowe’s side have made a reasonably successful start to the campaign despite enduring some low points, with the ex-Plymouth Argyle boss managing to thrive at Deepdale despite being constrained by a limited budget. The visitors will fancy their chances of winning three points this evening - but they may not have it all their own way as they make the long trip down from Lancashire.
It will be shown on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event, with kick-off at 8pm. The fixture will not be available to watch on RoyalsTV in the UK/Ireland; it will only be available on RoyalsTV to watch internationally in EFL unsold markets and selected EFL non-core markets. Live commentary will also be available via a £2. 50 match pass, which can be purchased here. BerkshireLive will have full coverage of Reading's game against Preston North End at the Select Car Leasing Stadium on Friday night. Our live blog starts at 6.
Reading set for another live Sky Sports broadcast against Preston North EndIt is match day for Reading FC as the Royals welcome Preston to the Select Car Leasing Stadium in the Championship this evening (Friday). The Royals are back home after travelling to Lancashire last Saturday to face league leaders Burnley in a game they lost late on 2-1, while Paul Ince's men were also on the road in midweek as they made the short trip to Bedfordshire to take on Luton Town, coming away with a goalless draw. As a result, Reading currently sit in 11th place in the table with 26 points, while their opponents this evening, Preston North End, sit eighth with 28 points. READ MORE: Holmes, Hutchinson and McIntyre - Latest Reading FC injury news and early updates pre Preston The match is being broadcast live by Sky Sports.
Amadou Mbengue also deserves a special mention - because he has been a vital figure in recent games and stepped in well. His lack of experience in the Championship shows at times - but on the whole - he’s done a very decent job. Preston North End: There hasn’t been a huge amount of excitement at Deepdale in recent years. It seems as though they’ve been a team that haven’t been in huge danger of relegation but had no real chance of winning promotion either.
Under Lowe though, a highly-rated manager who could easily end up in the Premier League in the future, their supporters have a reason to be optimistic again and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see them remain in the top half for the majority of this campaign. The one promising thing for their current manager is the fact he’s thriving even without former assistant Steven Schumacher, who has done an excellent job at Home Park so far this season and was credited for a lot of the work he did alongside Lowe.
30pm and kick-off is at 7. 45pm. READ NEXT Former Premier League referee's admission to Paul Ince after stoppage time Burnley controversy Reading star suffers injury scare as Paul Ince provides update on Tom McIntyre before Preston Luton boss Nathan Jones left fuming at key decision in Reading clash 'A battling performance' - Paul Ince delivers verdict after Reading's draw with Luton Reading player ratings after Luton draw - Tom Holmes and Tom Ince impress for Royals Story SavedYou can find this story in My Bookmarks.
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The Royals, on the other hand, will just be desperate to get a win on the board following a poor run of form. Ahead of tonight’s game, we take a closer look at the two teams. What? Championship Matchday 19 Season? 2022/23 Who? Preston North End Where? Select Car Leasing Stadium When? Friday 4th November Time? 8pm Opposition Manager? Ryan Lowe Pre-Match Thoughts Reading: Tuesday night was a mixed one for the Royals. Getting the negatives out of the way, it wasn’t the best performance.
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