Reading limped to a 3-0 defeat at Hull City to mark a first away defeat in over a month.

A brace from Keane Lewis-Potter and a scrambled effort from Alfie Jones made it a comfortable day at the office for the Tigers, but defeat for Peterborough United ensured the Royals Championship survival.

Here are the player ratings.

Orjan Nyland- 6: Conceded three but could easily have let in more. Solid performance despite letting in a few. Distribution poorer than usual but still not a bad performance.

Andy Yiadom- 5: Did not seem his usual self in an attacking or defensive capacity. Crosses regularly fired high and wide of the target and Lewis-Potter had the beating of him all afternoon.

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Michael Morrison- 5: Looked to be a yard short to most of the play today. Won a lot of headers, including one which he should have scored at the right end of the pitch, but caught flat-footed often. Not to the standard we have come to expect from the captain.

Tom McIntyre- 6: Nothing out of the ordinary but nothing to write home about. Strong in the tackle and in the air, disappointingly failed to make it three goals in three matches.

Baba Rahman- 6: Saw much more of the ball than fellow full-back Yiadom, Rahman linked up well with Junior Hoilett throughout. Played some dangerous crosses into the box and did his job, for the most part, defensively.

Tom Dele-Bashiru- 5: Poor match from the Watford-loanee, he faded as the game went on. Cannot knock his work rate but sloppy passes plagued him throughout and was taken off for Ovie Ejaria early in the second half.

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Danny Drinkwater- 6: Disappointing compared to his recent performances, he still put in a solid display. Consistently strong passing display, the Chelsea loanee was let down by final delivery.

Josh Laurent- 5: Similar to most, high expectations after recent matches but the quality dropped today. Should have scored in the first half from a header but did not have much of the ball in the ensuing minutes.

Tom Ince- 6: Bright, the Stoke City loanee was constantly looking to make something happen. Disappointing set play delivery, he was one still driving forward with despite the game beyond the side.

Junior Hoilett- 5: Saw lots of the ball throughout the game, the Canada international failed to create enough clear opportunities.

Lucas Joao- 5: Below par from the star striker. Had one good opportunity to score but saw his shot saved. Did not have much to feed off of but still would have expected more with the form he is in.

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Ovie Ejaria- 6: Looked bright when he came on. Added more attacking impetus and looked to make things happen.

Yakou Meite- 6: Only had five minutes and did nothing of note.