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Amos set to keep Bolton place

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On-loan goalkeeper Ben Amos looks set to retain his spot between the posts for Bolton's clash with Reading.

The shot-stopper extended his stay from Manchester United on Monday and although Andy Lonergan (concussion) has a chance of returning on Tuesday night, it is likely to only be to the bench because Amos kept a clean sheet in Saturday's win over Brighton.

Winger Liam Feeney came off 25 minutes from time with a slight knee injury but it is hoped he should be fine to feature.

Kevin McNaughton (hamstring)...

Reading 0-3 Nottingham Forest

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FA Cup quarter-finalists Reading fell to a third successive home defeat in the Championship when they lost 3-0 against a resurgent Nottingham Forest.

After dominating much of the first half, Reading were sunk by three second-half goals as Forest stretched their unbeaten run to six matches.

Ben Osborn lashed in the opener from long distance and Matty Fryatt added a second from close range. Forest reserved their best for last when, 10 minutes from time, substitute Gary Gardner scored with a fierce 30-yard...

Huddersfield Town 3-0 Reading

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Ishmael Miller scored his first goal for Huddersfield as they beat Reading 3-0 to end a run of three Championship matches without a win.

Town, who had also failed to win any of their previous three outings at the John Smith's Stadium, had Alex Smithies to thank for ensuring Harry Bunn's early bullet header was the only goal of a first half dominated by the visitors.

Reading had celebrated impressive victories at Wolves, Derby and Ipswich in February but their hopes of adding Huddersfield to that list...

Ipswich slip up against Reading

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Ipswich suffered what could prove to be a costly Championship defeat as they were beaten 1-0 by Reading.

With Middlesbrough having been beaten in the early kick-off, Mick McCarthy's men could have pulled level in second place with a win.

But Jamie Mackie's 14th-minute goal ensured that they remained in the thick of the play-off places, with Norwich closing the gap on them in fourth to just a point.

The visitors survived an early onslaught from Ipswich, with Daryl Murphy going close before Mackie's decisive...

Reading 0-1 Wigan Athletic

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Wigan Athletic boosted their battle against Championship relegation when they secured only their second win in 18 matches with a 1-0 victory at FA Cup quarter-finalists Reading.

Although Wigan were second best for much of a scrappy contest, they claimed the much-needed three points thanks to a close-range effort from debutant defender Jason Pearce in the 17th minute.

Wigan started the evening second-bottom in the Championship and nine points from safety. They had not won in eight matches and only once...