Reading were held to a 0-0 draw at home to Burton Albion.

Take a look at the ratings below.

David Button, 6: As easy a match as he's likely had. Never troubled apart from dodging incoming tennis balls from the stands. Comfortable day at the office.

Tyler Bindon, 6: Adequate day at the office for the youngster. Despite playing out of position, the New Zealand international took everything in his stride. Does not offer the attacking threat of the other options at right-back, but defended well when needed.

Harlee Dean, 6: As with all the back-line, rarely called upon but were comfortable and competent when asked to be so. Could have done better with some of his distribution from the back, but cannot knock the defensive job done.

Tom McIntyre, 6: The skipper was calm and composed throughout, dealing with anything that came his way. Shame he was forced off before half-time, as it was a good chance to gain 90 minutes under his belt in what has been a tough start to the season.

Matt Carson, 6: Was not called to defend too much and was a good attacking outlet at the back. Whipped in some dangerous crosses, but there were no takers on this occasion.

Charlie Savage, 5: Left slightly disappointed with the high standards the youngster has previously set, but the midfielder did nothing wrong. Simple passes found his teammates and he looked to play forward whenever possible. Not the best afternoon for his set-piece delivery, but consistency will come.

Lewis Wing, 6: A more dynamic Wing than we have seen in recent weeks, the experienced League One operator is still working back to full fitness. Spreading play out wide well, he even chanced his arm with some efforts on goal from distance.

Ben Elliott, 6: Enjoying some clever passes and touches when everything clicked, the youngster would also go quiet for long spells of the game. Everyone can see the quality is there, the 20-year-old just needs time to unlock it on a consistent basis.

Harvey Knibbs, 6: One of the brighter recent performances from the summer signing. His high energy and endeavour can never be questioned, but it just has not quite clicked yet in a Royals shirt.

Kelvin Ehibhatiomhan, 6: Hold-up play and link-up play both excellent, just missing the finishing touch. Needed to have scored with at least two of his golden opportunities.

Femi Azeez, 6: Similar to Ehibhatiomhan, the general play was on show against the Brewers but the Academy graduate is deeply out of form in front of goal. Just hope that something falls for him to get back on the goal trail.



Nelson Abbey, 7: A first-half substitute for the injury McIntyre, Abbey put in a commanding performance at the back. Flying into tackles and picking his head up when over the ball, the youngster was seriously impressive.

Dom Ballard, 6: Busy and full of energy but only given one serious chance on goal, and he should have done better.

Paul Mukariu, 6: Looked to run at his defender whenever given the ball and added some attacking impetus.

Andy Yiadom, 6: Had little time to make an impact but looked to push forward much more than those before him.

Sam Hutchinson, n/a

Tivonge Rushesha, n/a