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Reading have signed striker Kwesi Appiah on loan from Crystal Palace for the rest of the season.

Leyton Orient have signed Reading midfielder Jake Taylor on loan until the end of the season.

Chelsea have loaned Dutch Under-21 international Nathan Ake to Sky Bet Championship side Reading until April 22.

Belgian midfielder Yoni Buyens scored twice in the second half to help Charlton beat FA Cup semi-finalists Reading 3-2 at The Valley.

Charlton boss Guy Luzon will check on Tony Watt ahead of the visit of FA Cup semi-finalists Reading.

Jamie Mackie was left pinching himself after Reading booked their place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup with a comfortable 3-0 win over 10-man Bradford.

Reading outclassed 10-man Bradford in their FA Cup quarter-final replay to set up a Wembley semi-final date against holders Arsenal.

Reading boss Steve Clarke changed his entire starting line-up for his side's FA Cup quarter-final replay against Bradford.

Reading boss Steve Clarke has revealed he did not watch the FA Cup semi-final draw as he refuses to look beyond Monday's sixth-round replay against Bradford.

Watford moved up to second in the Sky Bet Championship on goals scored after they comfortably dispatched an under-strength Reading 4-1 at Vicarage Road.

Phil Parkinson is assured of "a fantastic reception" when he returns to Reading on Monday, according to his former team-mate Michael Gilkes.

Watford will hand late fitness checks to Almen Abdi and Odion Ighalo ahead of the visit of Reading.

Reading have signed defender Zat Knight on a deal until the end of the season.

Reading rediscovered their winning touch at the Madejski Stadium when they defeated Brighton 2-1 in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday night.

Reading must dust themselves down and turn their attention back to the league matters when they host Brighton in the npower Championship on Tuesday night.

Reading boss Steve Clarke will check on his walking wounded ahead of the clash with Brighton.

Bradford and Reading must wait to make history after the two lowest sides left in this season's FA Cup clattered out a goalless lunchtime draw at Valley Parade.

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