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Can Harry Turn It Around?

27 November 2012

League One may be taking a midweek break, but it is a different story for the Premier League.

PNE.Com will be bringing you odds for Wednesday’s game too so remember to keep checking the club’s website.

, plus the Championship. click here To see a full list of betting odds for the midweek Premier League fixtures please

Villa, who have won seven of their last eight meetings between the sides are at evens, whilst Reading are at 16/5.

Both teams have a tendency to throw away points and Reading have the worst second-half record in the division, which wasn’t helped by Wigan’s late winner on Saturday.

Villa in 18th and Reading in 19th are both just inside the relegation zone, and have drawn more games than they have won or lost this season.

Fifteen minutes after the action kick-offs in the north east, Aston Villa and Reading will go head to head at Villa Park in another must win game for both sides.

With both teams in need of a win, Sunderland are at 5/4 to take away all three points, whilst QPR are at 13/5. The draw is at 12/5.

The Londoners are still in search of their first league win of the season and with former Spurs boss Redknapp now at the helm, they will be confident of beating the drop following Harry’s survival record.

The action will begin on Tuesday night as new QPR boss Harry Redknapp will take his side to the north east to face draw specialists Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.

There is a full fixture list spread across Tuesday and Wednesday in the top tier of English football, with some tasty encounters in store and PNEBetting.Com have all the latest odds.


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