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Reading v Leeds - the story so far

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Jason Lowe of Blackburn Rovers and Liam Bridcutt of Leeds United in action

"We don't know", he told BBC Radio Leeds when asked about Jansson's fitness.

There's plenty of opportunity to watch the Championship fixtures online with Bet365, who announced they have live feeds of a number of games throughout England this weekend.

"We need everyone at the stadium".

"I didn't see it myself by Reece isn't the type of player who goes down and stays down. I don't know if he did on objective and of course he will say he didn't". We didn't score them which made it hard, but thankfully Yann did score that goal.

Beerens then had a great chance to double Reading's lead seven minutes before half time when he took down Swift's brilliant ball forward, but the former Hertha Berlin forward was off balance and fired over on the edge of the penalty area.

Leeds started the second half with more goal but it was the hosts who came closest to netting the second, with Beerens once again guilty as he was one-on-one with Green after a fine cross from Kermorgant, only to fail to make a telling connection. "But we made too many mistakes in the first half".

Leeds on the other hand have proven their a hard team to beat, no matter the opposition, boasting the 3rd best defensive record in the league with just 36 goals conceded all season, just 3 more than that of Brighton and 4 more than Newcastle.

"We spoke about that and showed Liam Moore and Tyler Blackett clips of his movement and how he plays".

"They're in a position where they want to finish in the top six, but we are as well".

Monk hailed a "fantastic effort" from his players and insistsed that nobody could have begrudged them a share of the points had they scored the equaliser he thought their efforts deserved. "That's the most important thing".

Leeds' Cooper was not punished for the incident by matchday referee Keith Stroud, although there are calls for it to be retrospectively reviewed in the manner of the incident between Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Bournemouth's Tyrone Mings, a similar incident to that between Oxford/Cooper and one that resulted in a five match ban for the Bournemouth defender.

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