Reading saw their Championship survival chances become even more slim following a 1-1 draw with already relegated Wigan Athletic.

Here are the player ratings.

Joe Lumley, 6: A quiet day at the office for the keeper, who was let down by his defence for the goal conceded. Had one crucial save from Callum Lang, but the volley was hit directly at him.

Andy Yiadom, 6: A decent afternoon for the captain, who looked much mroe like the Yiadom of old. Driving forward whenever possible, only possible qualm was not closing down the cross quick enough for their goal.

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Tom Holmes, 6: Defended well for the best part, but distribution needs work. Still looks to punt the ball long too often, leading to turnovers.

Naby Sarr, 6: Another strong defensive performance from a defender looking better and better every week.

Nesta Guinness-Walker, 5: A par performance going forward, although end product left something to be desired, but switching off for the Latics' opener was costly.

Tom McIntyre, 7: A very good showing from the pivot in midfield, breaking up play and looking to link with the forwards.

Cesare Casadei, 6: Neat and tidy, decision-making was not always there but still young and learning.

Jeff Hendrick, 5: Similar to Guinness-Walker, was not a poor performance but not his best showing. Needed the experienced players to get on the ball and dictate the game, which did not happen.

Shane Long, 5: Really disappointing showing, albeit the 36-year-old was forced out of position. With end product lacking, it just wasn't his day.

Reading Chronicle:

Lucas Joao, 5: Was virtually anonymous throughout, but it never felt like the style of play suited the Angolan. Need to get more out of Joao.

Junior Hoilett, 6: Really good first half was cancelled out by a slightly disappointing second half. End product was not there, with crosses either too shallow or too deep.



Yakou Meite, 6: Looked to make things happen was was very direct. Got his goal, but should have done better with headers late on.

Tyrese Fornah, 6: Neat and tidy but did not really impact the game.

Femi Azeez, 5: A fan favourite, the youngster let himself down with his end product. Normally a strong aspect of his game, his crosses were poor.

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Amadou Mbengue, 6: Never really tested defensively but a few bright moments looking to play forward.