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R Team P W D L GF GA Pts P W D L GF GA Pts P W D L GF GA Pts
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R Team P W D L GF GA GD Pts Form
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R Team P W D L GF GA Pts P W D L GF GA Pts P W D L GF GA Pts
R Team W WD D DL L CS FS
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R Team W WD D DL L CS FS W WD D DL L CS FS W WD D DL L CS FS

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Team Characteristics

+ Newcastle United's Strengths

Shooting from direct free kicks
Strong
Creating chances using through balls
Strong

+ Reading's Strengths

Coming back from losing positions
Strong

- Newcastle United's Weaknesses

Finishing scoring chances
Weak
Defending against skillful players
Weak
Avoiding fouling in dangerous areas
Weak
Avoiding individual errors
Weak
Defending set pieces
Weak
Defending against attacks down the wings
Very Weak

- Reading's Weaknesses

Protecting the lead
Weak
Defending against long shots
Weak
Defending against skillful players
Weak
Stopping opponents from creating chances
Weak
Aerial duels
Weak
Keeping possession of the ball
Very Weak
Defending counter attacks
Very Weak
Defending against through ball attacks
Very Weak

Newcastle United's Style

  • Play with width
  • Take a lot of shots
  • Take long shots
  • Long balls
  • Attempt crosses often
  • Playing in their own half
  • Aggressive
  • Play the offside trap

Reading's Style

  • Play with width
  • Attempt crosses often
  • Long balls
  • Attacking down the left
  • Non-aggressive
  • Consistent first eleven
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* Strengths, weaknesses and styles are calculated from the current season statistics

Match Forecast

Newcastle United will score as a result of a through ball Very Likely
* Match forecast is generated from clashes in team characteristics.

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