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How should Arsenal approach their match with Reading to avoid a let down?

Fresh off an international break, Arsenal will take on Reading for the third time this season. Will the visitors be able to impress Nigel Adkins in his first match ahead of the Royals?

The life of an Arsenal fan requires patience, an open mind, belief and did I mention patience? Every season turns into an emotional roller coaster, but unfortunately for Arsenal fans, that emotional roller coaster has been unable to reach anything more appealing than a Champions League spot in the last eight years.

Once again, the 2012/13 campaign is coming down to the wire, and Arsenal fans are hoping their North London neighbors will once again throw away what once looked to be a commanding and comfortable lead. 

On paper, Arsenal has more than enough talent to brush aside a team like Reading with ease, but that can be much easier said than done. Looking at their previous two meetings this season, Arsenal should enjoy a high scoring affair, but with Nigel Adkins now in charge, things could be different.

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Manchester United on course to lift 20th league title despite unattractive performance against Reading

Sunday March 17 2013,
Tags: Manchester United, Wayne Rooney, Alex Ferguson
A 1-0 victory over manager-less Reading courtesy of Wayne Rooney’s deflected strike was good enough to place the Red Devils 15 points clear at the top with just nine games to go.
A 15 point lead at this time of the season for the league leaders, and with less than ten games to go, almost certainly ensures yet another Premier League trophy for the red side of Manchester.

United were efficient enough not to concede a goal at home against Reading. They have already conceded 31 goals this season, but the 69 goals that they have scored along with it give them an enviable goal difference of 38, 13 above rivals and second place Manchester city.
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March 16-17 on FOX: live EPL action with Man United vs Reading, Spurs vs Fulham

EPL favourites Manchester United seek three more points at home to Reading; Spurs get Fulham date as Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool continue chase for Champions League football

Manchester United get back to business in the EPL with a home fixture against Reading on Saturday, March 16, 2013.Miami Beach, Florida (March 16, 2013) – LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) reminds you that Fox Soccer 2Go will air three 10:00 a.m. EST kick-offs from the English Premier League on Saturday, March 16, 2013. This will be followed by two more games on Sunday. Fox Deportes and Fox Soccer Channel will feature three of England’s best teams – Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea, in its four-match coverage of the weekend. Fox Soccer Plus will feature Southampton vs Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur vs Fulham.

Arsenal exited this year’s UEFA Champions League in a glorious way. Their 2-0 victory at the Allianz Arena was not enough to reach the Last 8 of the competition. However, this result could give enough confidence for the Gunners to finish the EPL campaign strongly. This Saturday, Arsenal play Swansea City at 11:00 a.m. EST, hoping to take advantage of Spurs’ slip away to Liverpool last weekend.

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Manchester United must focus on the league to prevent a repeat of last season

Saturday March 16 2013,
Tags: Manchester United, Reading, Robin Van Persie, Wayne Rooney
Manchester United return to the league after disappointing outings in FA Cup and Champions League fixtures, the league leaders must now do their utmost to not lose their concentration and maintain their lead over City.
The Red Devils suffered a major setback to their treble dreams, as they were controversially knocked out by Real Madrid in the Champions League. United were then under persistent media scrutiny as news surrounding Wayne Rooney’s imminent departure surfaced in top newspapers in England. There were further concerns when Ferguson’s men surrendered a two goal lead against Chelsea last week in the FA Cup semi-final.

United were infact lucky to not crash out of two tournaments in consecutive fixtures, after Juan Mata forced a great save from David De Gea in the dying moments of the match and United ultimately survived, now having to play a replay of the fixture.
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Manchester United vs Reading Preview

Friday March 15 2013,
Tags: Manchester United, Reading
Runaway Premier League leaders Manchester United welcome a Reading side in woeful form this weekend.

Team News

Darren Fletcher, Phil Jones and Paul Scholes are all out for Manchester United. Nani is a doubt for this match. Adam Federici and Jason Roberts are both out for Reading. Pavel Pogrebnyak is suspended. Jimmy Kebe is doubtful due to a groin injury.


Manchester United will try to recover from a shock draw against Chelsea…

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Manchester United vs Reading Preview

Friday February 15 2013,
Tags: Manchester United, Reading
Manchester United and Reading served up a feast in their previous meeting. Seven goals were scored; will this game be just as entertaining as their meeting in the Premier League?

Team News

Paul Scholes is suffering from a knee injury while Darren Fletcher is suffering from a chronic bowel condition for Manchester United. Jason Roberts has a thigh injury while Alex McCarthy has a shoulder injury for Reading.


United earned an extremely valuable 1-1 away draw at Madrid in midweek.…

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Reading vs Chelsea Preview

Monday January 28 2013,
Tags: Reading, Chelsea
Chelsea, after a draw against Brentford in the FA Cup, takes on relegation threatened Reading.

Team News

Jason Roberts and Alex McCarthy are both out for Reading. Oriol Romeu is out for Chelsea until June. David Luiz and Petr Cech are both doubtful for this one for the Blues. John Obi Mikel and Victor Moses are both away on international duty currently for the London side. Eden Hazard is suspended and hence, unavailable.



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Tottenham Hotspur vs Reading Preview

Sunday December 30 2012,
Tags: Tottenham Hotspur, Reading
A Tottenham side looking to qualify for the UEFA Champions League with a top four finish takes on relegation threatened Reading.

Team News

Benoit Assou Ekoto could return for Spurs this weekend after returning from a knee injury. Younes Kaboul is out for this one with a knee injury and isn’t scheduled to return before February. Jason Roberts is doubtful for Reading due to a thigh problem while Alex McCarthy is out for most of the remainder…

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Manchester City vs Reading Preview

Thursday December 20 2012,
Tags: Manchester City, Reading
Second placed Manchester City takes on Reading in what can be described for the champions as a ‘must-win’ fixture.

Team News

Micah Richards and Jack Rodwell are both out for City. Vincent Kompany is doubtful due to a groin problem. Samir Nasri is highly doubtful for this one. His return is unlikely. Aleksandar Kolarov and James Milner are doubtful. Mario Balotelli might be out as well due to illness. Alex McCarthy and Sean Morrison are definitely…

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Reading vs Arsenal Preview

Sunday December 16 2012,
Tags: Arsenal, Reading, Premier League, Arsene Wenger
Bottom of the table Reading will welcome Arsenal to the Madejski Stadium on Monday as the hosts look to get out of the last spot in the Premier League table.

Arsenal's defeat to Bradford City in the Capital One Cup is still very fresh in everyone's mind, so the Gunner's will be under pressure once again. The last time Arsene Wenger's squad won an away match in the Premier League was back on October 6th as they bounced back from an early West Ham goal to win 1-3.

The Gunners elimination from the Cup may well have sent ripples through the Arsenal locker room, but bouncing back from it will be important. 

After the match, Arsene Wenger continued be the same way he has been throughout his Arsenal career and preferred to highlight the fact that his squad gave it their all on the pitch, opposed to pointing fingers at his players that he so often defends.

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Reading vs Manchester United Preview

Thursday November 29 2012,
Tags: Reading, Manchester United
Reading, in what has been a terrible season for them, takes on the mighty Manchester United this week.

Team News

Jimmy Kebe, Jem Karacan, Alex McCarthy and Danny Guthrie are all out injured for Reading. Shinji Kagawa, Nani and Nemanja Vidic are all out for United. Antonio Valencia has returned to training following injury and could make the bench. Rio Ferdinand could start after being rested in midweek. Paul Scholes is back following suspension.



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Reading vs Arsenal Preview

Monday October 29 2012,
Tags: Arsenal, Reading, Capital One Cup
Arsenal's last few performances have not been very exciting, with the last coming at home against Queens Park Rangers. Arsene Wenger's side will now travel to the Madejski Stadium to take on Reading for the Capital One Cup.

Despite winning their last match in the English Premier League, Arsenal fans have not been very happy with the teams performances. A trip to take on Reading could turn out to be a tricky fixture for the Gunners.

Both teams have met a total of nine times in their history and Arsenal has been victorious in all nine of the matches. Not a very favorable stat for Brian McDermott's side who has also not been able to win a match in the Premier League.

The home side would love to pull of a shocking victory on Tuesday, but they are well aware of the challenge the face.

"I'm sure they want to win trophies—of course they do—but they always qualify for the Champions League, which is a phenomenal achievement in itself," said McDermott.

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Liverpool vs Reading Preview

Friday October 19 2012,
Tags: Liverpool, Reading
Reading’s return to the top flight has not panned out the way it could have. They sit eighteenth in the table and their next opponent is Liverpool.
Liverpool’s fortunes in their last three matches were mixed. They took out a Norwich side which had been bleeding goals 2-5. They then lost at home to Udinese 2-3. They followed that up with an almost expected 0-0 draw with Stoke. Liverpool currently is transitioning from one style of play to another. They have left directness behind and are now focused on controlling possession and moving forward.

Brendan Rodgers’ side sits eighteenth in the table. They have already taken on two of the ‘big boys’ in Manchester United and Arsenal. They controlled parts of the game against Arsenal. Their play in the final third was not sharp enough and Arsenal cruelly punished them on the break. United might have been lucky to beat Liverpool; however it must be said that the Merseyside team failed to take advantage during their periods of domination.
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English Premier League: Watch Chelsea vs Reading live on Wednesday, August 22

Tuesday August 21 2012,
Tags: Chelsea, Reading, English Premier League
One English Premier League comes up in midweek and it is Chelsea vs Reading. Watch the Blues feature in their first home match of the 2012/13 EPL campaign.

Chelsea grabbed all three points in their first fixture of the 2012/13 English Premier League campaign.The first round of fixtures in England’s top-tier league involved great goals and stunning results. On Sunday, Chelsea managed to escape Wigan Athletic’s underdog threat at the DW Stadium. First-half goals from Branislav Ivanovic and Frank Lampard offered Roberto Di Matteo a positive start to the season.

Meanwhile, a day earlier, Reading avoided defeat in dramatic fashion on home soil. The newly promoted boys went a goal down due to M. Kightly’s 34th minute strike. However, a 90th minute penalty decision saw Le Fondre keep his cool to drive the ball home at the delight of the home crowd.

Can Reading build on that draw and stun Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday? After only one match, the Blues find themselves in fourth position with Fulham, Swansea City and West Bromwich Albion occupying the first three places in the English Premier League table.

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Manchester United-Arsenal Headline FA Cup Quarterfinals, Live And In High Definition March 12-13 On Fox Soccer

Knockout Matchup at Old Trafford features Barclays Premier League’s Top Two Teams and the Two Winningest Clubs in FA Cup History
Los Angeles (March 8, 2011)– FOX Soccer’s comprehensive coverage of the world’s oldest knockout club soccer tournament (since 1871) continues as it televises all FA Cup quarterfinal matches live and in HD on FOX Soccer Channel and FOX Soccer Plus on Saturday, March 12 and Sunday, March 13.

An FA Cup final-caliber matchup in its own right, Arsenal takes on Manchester United at ‘High Noon’ (ET) on Saturday, March 12 on FOX Soccer Channel. This grudge match pits the Barclays Premier League’s top two clubs, who have won a combined 21 FA Cup titles between them (Manchester United 11, Arsenal 10). The winner of this quarterfinal will be the odds-on favorite to claim yet another FA Cup.
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