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Champions Reading look likely to name the same side that won so convincingly at Cardiff last week when they face Leeds at Elland Road.

Manager Steve Coppell will still be without influential winger Glen Little as he continues to recover from a persistent groin injury.

Little is back in full training, but this game, along with Stoke's visit to the Madejski Stadium on Easter Monday, will come too soon.

Striker Leroy Lita is the only other absentee. The £1million man saw a specialist this week in a bid to step up his recovery from the broken ankle sustained at Burnley last month that signalled a premature end to his season.


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