Another win for the Royals under Mark Bowen and another impressive display - certainly for the first hour, writes Nicholas Tunney.

There was a real authority about the way Reading played for those 60 minutes.

They looked imposing in defence, creative in midfield and lively in attack and the two goals scored were worthy of gracing any game.

It was wonderful to see Jordan Obita rifle home an unstoppable finish to give Reading the lead.

He has been plagued by horrific injuries for the past couple of years and you could see how much that goal meant to him and his team-mates.

Sam Baldock made it two with an absolute missile and deserved that goal with his work-rate.

Baldock is proven at this level and if he can keep amongst the goals, that will no doubt propel Reading up the table.

It could have been more in all honesty but Millwall keeper Bartosz Bialkowski made some terrific saves to keep the score down.

For the first 15 minutes of the second half, Reading looked comfortable and John Swift in particular was taking charge of the game.

Jed Wallace's solo strike for the visitors was about the only time they threatened and it turned the game around to an extent.

Liam Moore went off injured with a shoulder injury and the Royals were being peppered by an aerial bombardment from the Lions.

In the main, the Reading defence dealt well but old boy Jon Dadi Bodvarsson came so close to snatching an equaliser they wouldn't have deserved.

All in all, another good display and another winnable game faces the Royals this weekend against Luton.