BBC Berkshire pundit and former Royals manager Mick Gooding and Sky Sports pundit David Prutton have given their predictions ahead of Reading’s trip to Leeds United tomorrow.

Leeds are currently sitting in second spot, three points clear of third placed Fulham, as they look to return to the top flight of English football for the first time since 2004.

Gooding, however, thinks Reading have an opportunity to upset the odds and pick up a result against Marcelo Bielsa’s side.

Gooding told BBC Radio Berkshire: "Mark Bowen won't have to motivate his players.

"All he'll have to say to them is if we're not on our A game, it could be embarrassing so the players will have to play at their very best to stand any chance of getting anything out of the game.

"But if they do and Leeds aren't at their best then that's football. Any result can happen at any given time unexpectedly.

"I'm sure the players will be going up there with a lot more confidence after the win at Sheffield Wednesday that they can do something. Who is to say they can't?"

Prutton was less optimistic of Reading’s chances against The Whites, but thinks it’ll be a close game.

“"Leeds picked up a massive win against Bristol City last week, but once again they looked like a side who do not take enough chances," he said, "relying on a goal from Luke Ayling to win the game.

"Reading got a superb win last week against Sheffield Wednesday and it was good to see George Puscas back among the goals.

"He was tipped for big things when he signed but has not quite hit the heights so far. I think Leeds will sneak another home win."