Police to investigate allegations of chanting at Portsmouth’s match with Reading after receiving a formal complaint.
Brentford have completed their pitch relay at Griffin Park ahead of Saturday's game against Reading.
Sky Sports' Ian Holloway is back to predict the outcome of the big Football League weekend fixtures....
Reading have been asked by the FA for their "observations" on the abuse suffered by forward Nick Blackman at Portsmouth.
Teddy Sheringham, Chris Wood and Justin Edinburgh are among the guests for this week's FL72 Podcast from Sky Sports.
Capital One Cup second round at Fratton Park.
Tottenham will host Arsenal while Birmingham will take on Aston Villa in the Capital One Cup third round.
Brentford are confident their pitch will be ready and playable for Saturday's game against Reading.
Reading failed to win at home for the seventh Championship match in a row, as they were held 0-0 by MK Dons.
Preston beat Premier League Watford to reach the Capital One Cup third round, while Aston Villa, Stoke and Sunderland were given scares.
Karl Robinson paid tribute to goalkeeper David Martin as MK Dons salvaged a point from a goalless draw with Reading.
There were more brilliant goals on another action-packed Saturday in the Sky Bet Championship.
Substitute Modou Sougou rescued a point for Sheffield Wednesday with a 90th-minute equaliser to earn a 1-1 draw at home to Reading.
Reading boss Steve Clarke was left to rue a goalkeeping error as his side had to settle for a 1-1 draw at Sheffield Wednesday.
Sky Sports' Ian Holloway takes on his wife this week in his prediction column as she reckons she can do a better job!
Recap all the action from the Championship and League One on Wednesday evening.
Reading have signed Spanish midfielder Alex Fernandez on a season-long loan from Espanyol.
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Reading and Leeds were equally poor as they played out a 0-0 draw in a contest devoid of any meaningful incidents.
Sky Sports' Ian Holloway casts his Football League verdicts and admits this predicting lark is tougher than he expected.