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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Leeds 15 3 8 48
4 Reading 14 4 7 46
5 Huddersfield 14 4 8 46
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 By PA Sport

Jamie Mackie returns to haunt Reading as QPR march on

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Jamie Mackie scored against his former club as QPR dented Reading's Sky Bet Championship promotion bid with a 1-0 win at the Madejski Stadium.

The Royals missed the chance to cut the six-point gap to the automatic promotion places as Mackie secured Rangers' third victory in a row in the league with a goal midway through the first half.

It was the former Reading loanee's first strike of the season, having only returned in December following eight months out with an ankle injury.

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

No, Reading's George Evans, ex-Man City player, didn't snub Rooney's shirt

Evans and Rooney spent much of Saturday's FA Cup clash going head to head. Did Evans get the last laugh?

Man United thrashed Reading 4-0 on Saturday in the FA Cup third round, with Wayne Rooney scoring to equal his club's all-time goal-scoring record and Marcus Rashford adding a late brace after an impressive display.

But the most entertaining moment appeared to come at full-time during the handshakes and shirt swaps. Is Reading's George Evans, who played in Man City's youth ranks from 2003-2013, really snubbing Rooney's offer of his sweaty, match-worn shirt?