Match Time :2/13/2020 04:00 Thursday（GMT+8）
Brazilian new signing Felipe Araruna could make his full debut after Chris Gunter picked up a knock against Hull City.
Kamil Grosicki displayed plenty of promise from the bench against Millwall and could replace Callum Robinson here.
Doubtful: Chris Gunter (knock)
Injured/Unavailable: Andy Yiadom (knee), Lucas Joao (hamstring), Matt Miazga (ankle), Tom McIntyre (head), Lucas Boye (Hernia)
Injured/Unavailable: Kieran Gibbs (hamstring), Grady Diangana (unknown)
MAIN PREDICTION: AWAY WIN
Reading looked set to claim all three points against Hull City on the weekend, but Mallik Wilks’ 82nd-minute goal sent the visitors back to Yorkshire with a point. Mark Bowen is struggling to get a tune out of his side at the moment with the hosts now winless in their last six Championship matches. Attacking output is becoming a serious problem for the Berkshire side.
West Bromwich capitalised fully on Leeds’ defeat against Nottingham Forest when they beat play-off contenders Millwall 2-0 away from home on Sunday afternoon following an outstanding performance. Slaven Bilic’s men find themselves four points clear at the top of the table and have now won back-to-back games by a 2-0 scoreline.
Reading have been struggling for form recently and will likely taste defeat here against a West Bromwich side who have found their groove once again.
SECOND PREDICTION: HILO – LOW
Reading’s last six league matches have produced fewer than three total goals and I expect that to be the case when they take on West Bromwich on Wednesday night. The visitors have seen three of their last four Championship games produce two total goals or fewer.
HEAD TO HEAD
The sides have played out back-to-back draws in their last two league meetings.