Last Updated: 06/10/12 5:31pm
FULL TIME. That's it, Swansea battle back to earn a deserved point. Thanks for your views today, stay with us for reaction.
This is end-to-end as both teams try to win. Reading win a corner on the left. They take and Robson-Kanu heads over from eight yards in the centre.
Swansea break forward and feed the ball to De Guzman who shoots just wide of the post from 15 yards on the right.
Reading come again and ALF passes to Kebe 12 yards out on the right who shoots just wide of Vorm's right post.
Swansea press again and Chico's shot is blocked. Ki then tries to run at goal but Shorey tackles and puts the ball out for a throw in 15 yards out on the right.
Hernandez's volley from eight yards on the right and hits Shorey's right hand but the ref fails to give the penalty. It was stonewall and Swansea will feel robbed.
ALF crosses from 20 yards on the right but Williams heads away for a Reading throw in 25 yards out on the left.
GOAL - ROUTLEDGE!!!! A fantastic goal from Routledge. Ki wins the ball off Cummings near the halfway line on the left and feeds the ball to Routledge who plays a one-two with Moore before slotting home from 12 yards. Wow!!!
Shorey has to put the ball out for a Swansea corner on the right. They take but Williams heads out for a goal kick.
Reading take the free-kick and feed the ball to Moore who tries an effort from 16 yards on the left and McCarthy is there again to save for a corner on the right.
GOAL - MICHU!!!! Swansea take the free-kick short and Routledge's cross from the right into te box takes a deflection into the path of Michu at the far post and he heads home from close range. Game on!!!
Swansea come again and Ki creates a yard of space for himself before blasting well over from 25 yards to the left of goal.
Swansea play a good passing move forward before Davies crosses from the left into the box but no one is there and Reading clear.
Reading take the corner on the left and win another on the right. Davies takes deep and Williams heads at goal from six yards at the far post but McCarthy is there to push the ball away for another corner on the left.
Ki makes a great run and cuts inside from the right before shooting at goal and it takes a slight deflection and McCarthy again saves onto the post for a corner on the left.
Reading press and McAnuff crosses into the box from 20 yards on the right but Williams heads away in the box.
Shorey puts the free-kick into the box but Chico clears in the box. Tabb is then booked for catching Michu midway in the Swansea half on the left.
Ki takes the corner and Chico wins a throw in ten yards out on the right. Swansea take it short and win another in a similar position.
Hunt wins a free-kick 40 yards out on the right. Cummings takes it and Gorkss heads on but the ball rolls out for a goal kick, although Kebe thought it was a corner on the right.
Moore is again denied by the diving McCarthy. Routledge crosses from 20 yards on the left and Moore heads at goal from eight yards in the centre but McCarthy dives well to his left and pushes the ball onto the post and reading clear.
Swansea take the throw in and Michu tries to feed the ball through to Moore in the box but Gorkss intercepts and clears.
Swansea take the free-kick and keep good possession before Rangle wins a throw in 22 yards out on the left.
Moore is released into the box who tries an effort from ten yards but McCarthy is quickly off his line and saves well with his right foot and Kebe clears the loose ball.
Steve has been back in touch to say: 'Sadly, it is so predictable. The word has gone around all premiership managers: let Swansea have the ball and wait...they will provide you with the chances to beat them. In the meantime get as many people behind the ball as possible - it's just too simple. We can now see how good Caulker was last season!'
Fancy a bet? Sky Bet now go 12/1 for a home win, 5/1 for the draw and 1/5 for a Reading victory. If Swansea get the first goal, they could get back in this as they had the lion's share of possession but failed to convert.
Routledge tries to get around Cummings on the left flank at the half way line and goes to ground but the ref waves play on.
GOAL - HUNT!!! McAnuff tries an effort from 22 yards out which takes a delfection off Chico and balloons up and Hunt volleys home from six yards! Great technique!
Williams and Pogrebnyak tussle for the ball in the Swansea box and the ref gives it the Swansea defender's way. There is a bit of afters and the ref has a word with them both.
Kebe wins a throw in 20 yards out on the right. they take to Pogrebnyak in the right corner who puts the ball into the area but Karacan's header from ten yards is straight at Vorm who gathers.
Swansea press and Britton wins a free-kick 30 yards out in the centre. They take it short and keep possession before Graham tries to feed the ball to Michu in the box but it is over hit and runs through to McCarthy to gather.
GOAL - POGREBNYAK!!!! Reading score against the run of play. McAnuff passes from 35 yards into the left side of the box who shoots on the half turn from 15 yards and it slips under Vorm and into the net. Bad goalkeeper mistake!
Swansea press and Routledge and Dyer play a one-two before Routledge tries a shot but it hits Mariappa and Michu blasts the loose ball over from 15 yards. There are calls for a pen - that the ball hits Mariappa's arm - but the ref waves play on. Replays show it does hit his arm.
Shorey takes the free-kick into the box but Hunt is penalised for holding and it is a Swansea free-kick.
Ki takes the free-kick deep to Williams at the far post who heads wide from six yards under pressure.
Pogrebnyak crosses from the left towards Hunt but Chico intercepts and the Swans again hit Reading on the counter-attack, with Ki winning a corner on the left.
Reading win a throw in 35 yards out on the right. Cummings takes but Kebe loses the ball and the Swans surge forward with Michu releasing Rouledge into the left side of the box who tries an effort from 12 yards but McCarthy saves diving to his right for a throw in ten yards out on the left.
Ki punts the free-kick into the far post but Graham loses sight of the ball in the sun and it goes harmlessly out for a goal kick.
Mariappa is booked for fouling Michu as he tries to surge forward. It is a Swansea free-kick 30 yards out to the left of goal.
Routledge presses down the left flank and wins a throw in 12 yards out. They take and Michu tries to flick the ball on for Graham in the centre but it runs through to McCarthy to clear.
Routledge crosses into the centre from the left edge of the box who heads straight at the keeper from seven yards out and McCarthy tips it over for a corner on the left.
FIRST VIEW - Steve Jones says: 'I find it hard to see how Swansea can flourish this season; our hope is that others will do worse. Absolutely toothless up front!' Have some hope Steve!
Ki takes the free-kick and Williams gets in front of Shorey at the far post but heads wide from six yards out. Bad miss.
The Swans take the corner short and win a throw in ten yards out on the left. They take and feed the ball to Dyer on the right who wins a free-kick off Tabb 18 yards out.
Willimas releases Routledge into the left corner but Kebe tracks over and concedes a corner on the left.
Swansea keep good possession before Ki tries to feed the ball into the right side of the box for Dyer to run onto but it is over hit and McCarthy gathers.
Pogrebnyak tries to run onto a long ball into the right side of the box but Davies shepherds the ball out for a goal kick.
Fancy a bet? Sky Bet go 10/11 for a home win, 5/2 for the draw and 3/1 for a Reading victory. I reckon Swansea will prevail but Reading will put up a fight, so a 2-1 success to the Swans which pays a handsome 15/2! What are your views / predictions? Send them to email@example.com
Teams - Reading: McCarthy, Shorey, Mariappa, Gorkss, Cummings, McAnuff, Karacan, Tabb, Kebe, Pogrebnyak, Hunt. Subs: Stuart Taylor, Pearce, Le Fondre, McCleary, Robson-Kanu, Guthrie, Roberts.
Teams - Swansea: Vorm, Rangel, Chico, Williams, Davies, Dyer, Britton, Michu, Ki, Routledge, Graham. Subs: Tremmel, Tate, Hernandez, Shechter, Moore, de Guzman, Tiendalli.
Teams - Swansea boss Michael Laudrup has made one change to his starting line-up for this afternoon's clash. The sole adjustment from last Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Stoke sees Wayne Routledge come into the Swans side for the benched Pablo Hernandez, with skipper Ashley Williams - this week named as the new Wales captain - passed fit to continue in defence. There is also only one alteration to the Royals' first XI from their 2-2 draw with Newcastle as Jay Tabb replaces the injured Mikele Leigertwood.