Reading Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Adam Federici * 0
Brynjar Gunnarsson 0
Matt Mills 0
Ivar Ingimarsson 0
Ryan Bertrand 0
Jobi McAnuff 0
Kalifa Cisse * 0
Jem Karacan 0
Gylfi Sigurdsson 0
Simon Church 0
Grzegorz Rasiak * 0
Ben Hamer
(Sub)
0
Jay Tabb 0
Shane Long
(Sub)
0
Jimmy Kebe 0
Hal Robson-Kanu 0
Alex Pearce 0
Brian Howard
(Sub)
0
Liverpool Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Pepe Reina 0
Stephen Darby 0
Martin Skrtel 0
Jamie Carragher 0
Emiliano Insua 0
Dirk Kuyt 0
Lucas 0
Steven Gerrard 0
Fabio Aurelio * 0
Fernando Torres 0
David Ngog * 0
Diego Cavalieri 0
Alberto Aquilani
(Sub)
0
Yossi Benayoun
(Sub)
0
Sotirios Kyrgiakos 0
Ryan Babel 0
Jay Spearing 0
Philipp Degen 0

FA Cup Fixtures

Tuesday, 25 November 2014
19:45
Concord Rangers v Mansfield
Saturday, 06 December 2014
15:00
Accrington v Yeovil  
Bury v Luton  
Cambridge Utd v Mansfield/
Concord Rangers
 
Crewe/
Sheff Utd
v Plymouth  
MK Dons v Chesterfld  
Notts County/
Accrington Stanley
v Yeovil  
Oldham v Weston-S-Mare/
Doncaster
 
Oldham v Doncaster  
Oxford Utd v Tranmere  
Preston v Walsall/
Shrewsbury
 
Preston v Shrewsbury  

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