BY ALEX GRACE
Gary Rowett has named an unchanged side for his second game in charge of Millwall.
The Lions manager has gone with the same starting 11 that beat Stoke City 2-0 at The Den last Saturday.
That means that Jayson Molumby continues to partner Shaun Williams in the centre of midfield while Ben Thompson operates in a more advanced role behind Tom Bradshaw, who is looking to score in a third successive away game for the Lions.
Reading have made one change to their starting lineup with Jordan Obita replacing Omar Richards.
Reading: Rafael; Miazga, Morrison, Moore; Yiadom, Swift, Rinomhota, Obita; Ejaria; Baldock, Puscas. Subs: Walker, McCleary, Loader,Mcintyre, Meite, Blackett, Pele.
Millwall: Bialkowski, Romeo, Hutchinson, Cooper, M Wallace, J Wallace, Williams, Molumby, Ferguson, Thompson, Bradshaw. Subs: Steele, Pearce, McCarthy, Mahoney, O’Brien, Smith
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