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The Tilehurst End Guest Writer

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View From The Town End: Leicester

Eight years ago it was Reading fans having a promotion party against Leicester but tonight it'll be the Foxes in the mood to party as they pitch up to the Madejski Stadium having already secured promotion back to the top division.

View From The Town End: Bournemouth

So five points clear with six to go, nervous yet? While Reading may be trying to hang on, there's a pack of four teams behind them all hoping to make that late run into the top six. One of those is Bournemouth who we face tonight....

View From The Town End: Charlton

So it's back to (away) comforts for Reading as they make a trip to the Valley to face Charlton. Ahead of tomorrow's game we spoke to Charlton blogger Al Gordon from God, Charlton & Punk Rock.

The Rebuilding Era

WARNING: Features "ifs", "buts" and "maybes" and relies heavily on the long running takeover story, but this could quite possibly be the future of our football club.

View From The Town End: Birmingham

So it's off to St Andrews we go (that's if anyone is still brave enough after those shocking reports yesterday........) Ahead of the game we spoke to Birmingham fan Gabriel Sutton.

View From The Town End: Leeds

So it's game two of Reading's 'crucial week' with the point at Brighton a decent if not spectacular start. Tonight we'll face a Leeds and we get the low down on their season so far from Through it All Together's Thomas Hill.

View From The Town End: Brighton

It's the start of a pivotal week for the Royals who face two big play-off rivals in the space of four days in the shape of Brighton and Leeds. First up is a trip to the AMEX so we got a the views of Jason from Brighton Only At Home.

View From The Town End Yeovil

Remember that warm summer's day in the sunshine at Yeovil? As we sit and stare at a drab February day it feels very, very long ago. Still, Yeovil fan Ben Barrett tries to brighten up the day with his thoughts on his side.

View From The Town End: QPR

Time for another hoops derby, as Reading make the short trip down the M4 to Loftus Road to play QPR. Ahead of tomorrow's game we spoke to QPR fan Paul Finney.

View From The Town End: Sheffield Wednesday

It's safe to say our last trip to Hillsborough didn't quite go to plan as we were thumped 5-2. Thankfully we come into tomorrow's game in much better form and ahead of the game we spoke to Sheffield Wednesday fan Joe Crann to get his views.

Your Elm Park Memories Wanted

Bolton fan and author Lloyd Thompson is looking for your Elm Park memories to help him write a book on the pain felt by fans leaving their old grounds behind.

View From The Town End: Blackpool

So game 28 of 46 on the horizon and to help bring us up to speed on our opponents Blackpool we spoke to Tangerines blogger Chris Walker who writes for Measured Progress.

View From The Town End: Bolton

Can we make it back-to-back wins over Bolton? Fewer things would make me happier than getting a precious three points against the 'criminals of 95' and a club containing Matt Mills. Ahead of the game we spoke to Mark Yesilevskiy

View From The Town End: Watford

Remember that glorious late summer's day when two title contenders contested a fascinating 3-3 draw at the Madejski Stadium? Well fast forward to a dreary damp January and that weather assessment just about covers our two teams.....

Are Reading FC a 'Big Club'?

With results less than stellar right now, fans have begun to get increasingly frustrated with all things at the club. In respons, Mike looks at whether expectations have maybe grown a little out of proportion to the size of the club.

View From The Town End: Wigan

Gameday is upon us, as we prepare to welcome Wigan to the Madejski Stadium. Ahead of the game we spoke to Kieran from Wigan SB Nation Blog, Pie Eaters Footie

View From The Town End: Charlton

After a somewhat unexpected win at Forest it's back to the home comforts of the Madejski where we're still unbeaten this season. Now that I've jinxed that record, here's a Charlton view on tonight's game from Al Gordon from God, Charlton & Punk Rock

View From The Town End: Nottingham Forest

A rare non-televised Friday night game for the Royals as they prepare to take on Nottingham Forest at the City Ground., Former Forest blogger Winnits once again has kindly lent us his time to give us the Forest view on the game.

Blackburn v Reading: 5 Things

To complete our analysis from Ewood Park, Rob Langham looks at five key talking points to come out of Saturday's 0-0 stalemate.

Blackburn v Reading: Player Ratings

Once again Rob Langham joins us to give us his player ratings from the 0-0 at Ewood Park, while we invite you to vote for your player of the match.

Blackburn 0-0 Reading

One half of The Two Unfortunates and TTE podcast guest host Rob Langham rounds up a rather dour draw at Ewood Park that saw Reading slip out of the top six.

Danny Guthrie & the state of the Reading midfield

Our latest contributor Matthew Cox makes his Tilehurst End debut by taking a quick look at how the midfield is shaping up eight months into the Nigel Adkins era, questioning whether we're already over-reliant on Danny Guthrie.

View From The Town End: QPR

So Harry Redknapp's side are the next to visit the Madejski Stadium as Reading look to bounce back from last weekend's humilIating 5-2 defeat at Sheffield Wednesday. Ahead of the game we spoke to Mike from the QPR report on Saturday's game.

View From The Town End: Sheffield Wednesday

It's not been the best few weeks but Saturday gives us a great chance to get back to winning ways with a trip to winless Sheffield Wednesday. Owls fan Joe Crann gives us the Wednesday perspective ahead of tomorrow's game.

Burnley v Reading: Player Ratings

So here's what our guest author Matt Morris made of Reading's players in the 2-1 defeat at Burnley but let us know how you saw it and vote for your player of the match in our poll below.

Burnley 2-1 Reading: Patched up Royals dispatched

After a draw with bottom side Barnsley, league leaders Burnley had enough quality to earn all three points against Nigel Adkins makeshift Royals lineup. We look back on a 2-1 defeat that ended Reading's six match unbeaten run.

View From The Town End: Birmingham

So next up for Reading is a home game with Birmingham and ahead of tomorrow's game we spoke to The BCFC Blog.

Five Things: Derby v Reading

Dave Harris returns to TTE to look at five key points from our 3-1 win at Derby last weekend, including Nick Blackman's 'celebreation' and the look of the team without Royston Drenthe.

View From The Town End: Chris Baird

Reading completed the signing of Northern Ireland international Chris Baird this week and the utility man had an immediate impact, helping Reading win 3-1 at Derby yesterday. To get a bit more on Baird we spoke to Fulham blogger Kristian Balkin.

The Adkins Promotion Blueprint

Most Reading fans were happy to see Nigel Adkins appointed in Brian McDermott's stead. The likeable former physio may have been unable to save his new club from relegation, but he's got four Football League promotions under his belt already...

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