WATCH: Can Reading or Fulham put penalty struggles behind them?
Last Updated: 17/05/17 11:39am
Few fans look forward to penalties, but Reading and Fulham supporters might fear a shoot-out more than most tonight.
The two sides meet in the second leg of their Sky Bet Championship play-off semi-final on Tuesday at the Madejski Stadium with the tie finely poised at 1-1.
If it remains level it could be settled on penalties between teams with two of the worst conversion rates in the Championship.
They were awarded a combined 24 penalties throughout the season, but scored just 10 at the first attempt.
Sone Aluko and Tom Cairney have missed for Fulham while Chris Martin has taken five and only seen two go in.
Reading's Yann Kermorgant has scored two out of three, but the only perfect player from either team is Royals' Lewis Grabban, who has scored one out of one.
Both teams had a penalty the last time they met at the Madejski - Martin's for Fulham's was saved and John Swift also failed to find the net, only to see the rebound scored.
"I always expect we're going to score the next penalty," said Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic ahead of the second leg.
"Probably the next one is going to be the most important for us and I expect we're going to shoot with the quality and personality we need."
See if either side need to convert from the spot as Reading face Fulham live on Sky Sports 3 HD from 7.30pm on Tuesday.