Reading are predicted to succumb to a second successive relegation, according to a supercomputer compiled by BetVictor.

The Royals have not won away from home for over a calendar year, and are without a win in the league altogether since September.

10 points behind Exeter City on seven points, Ruben Selles' side would still only be 23rd even without the four-point deduction they received for paying wages late.

Cheltenham Town, Carlisle United and Fleetwood Town are currently sat in the bottom four alongside Reading.

The supercomputer, compiled by BetVictor, has the Royals climbing to 21st on 46 points, but still falling into the fourth tier for the first time since 1983.

Cheltenham, Carlisle and Port Vale are expected to join Reading, while Bolton Wanderers and Portsmouth earn automatic promotion- both amassing more than 90 points.

Barnsley, Peterborough United, Derby County and Oxford United all make up the play-offs.

Reading host Carlisle United in the first home game back after the international break, with Wycombe Wanderers the latest away match sold out coming up on Saturday.