Reading vs Luton – Reading enters this encounter with some momentum after playing Burnley to a scoreless draw in the Championship earlier this week.

Reading had 25% of the possession in that game and 7 shot attempts, but none were successful. Burnley made 16 tries at scoring with only one going in.

Recent times have seen far too few instances of Reading not giving up. In reality, Reading’s defense has been breached in 5 of their last 6 games, allowing 7 goals in the process.

Reading has lost all four of its league games to Luton Town, according to their previous performance. They haven’t lost at home in their last three league games and haven’t won in the last five league games. Their supporters aren’t pleased.

Going into this match, Luton Town is coming off a 0-2 Championship victory against Rotherham United. Luton Town had 54% of the possession in that game and 15 shots on goal, with 5 of them being successful.

Carlton Morris (45′) and Cauley Woodrow (47′) scored goals for Luton Town. Rotherham United attempted 4 goals, but none were successful.

The Luton Town defense has put up several strong performances, lowering their overall ‘goals against’ total to 2 from their last 6 games.

Their own forwards have managed to score 9 goals throughout that time. However, there’s no guarantee that pattern will continue in this game.

Luton Town had gone eleven leagues away games without a loss heading into this encounter. What a remarkable string of successes.

Reading vs Luton – Betting Analysis

A comparison of their previous head-to-head matches dating back to December 26, 2020 reveals that Reading has prevailed in one and Luton Town in three, with two games ending in draws.

In total, 7 goals were scored throughout this time, with 2 coming from The Royals and 5 coming from The Hatters. There are 1.17 goals scored on average each game.

In their previous league encounter, which took place on November 1, 2022, on Championship Match Day 19, Luton Town defeated Reading 0-0.

Luton Town had a 53% possession rate and 2 of their 9 attempts at goal were successful. Three of Reading’s 17 shots on goal were on target. John Brooks acted as the official.

The Reading manager has a full roster, and since the team is fully healthy and prepared for this match, there are no fitness concerns at all.

By starting Joe Lumley, Tom Holmes, Naby Sarr, Tyrese Fornah, Andy Yiadom, Cesare Casadei, Kelvin Ehibhatiomhan, Jeff Hendrick, N. Guinness-Walker, Femi Azeez, and Lucas Joao, it appears likely that The Royals will employ the 3-5-2 system.

Rob Edwards, the Luton Town manager, has a totally healthy group to choose from and has no fitness concerns at all for this game.

With the following players starting the game for The Hatters: Ethan Horvath, Reece Burke, Tom Lockyer, Sonny Bradley, Cody Drameh, Marvelous Nakamba, Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu, Amarii Bell, Allan Campbell, Carlton Morris, and Cauley Woodrow, we are inclined to believe that The Hatters will most likely play in a 3-4-1-2 formation.

Reading will need to play well to score against this Luton Town squad, who we predict will score the decisive goal that ends the game.

 What are the best odds for the game?

Regarding the current betting odds in the 90-minute result market, putting your money on Reading is best priced at 4.75, a bet on a draw is 3.48 and betting on the win for Luton Town gets 1.84. Those are the top bets on offer as of now.

Reading vs Luton – Head -to- Head

Reading vs Luton

Our Prediction: Under 3.5 Goals

Recommended Prediction: