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Fulham vs Reading FC - Kick-off time, team news, live stream and goal updates at Craven Cottage Reading FC return to Championship action on Saturday with the short trip to West London to take on league leaders Fulham at Craven Cottage. FULHAM VS READING FC LIVE STREAMING: WATCH CHAMPIONSHIP ONLINE. how to live stream Fulham vs Reading in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday 18 September 2021. Fulham vs Reading FC live streaming: Preview Fulham entertain Reading at Craven Cottage in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday. Marco Silva’s Fulham, are top of the league table with 16 points, having played seven, they have won five, drawn one and lost one. In their last league match, the Cottagers won 4-1 away against Birmingham City, with Aleksandar Mitrovic netting a brace. Reading, managed by Veljko Paunovic, sit 18th in the standings with seven points. Seven games played, they have won two, drawn one and lost one. Last time out in the league, the Royals won 3-1 at home against Peterborough United, with Tom-Dele Bashiru netting a brace. Both last faced each other in January, with Reading winning 2-1 away. Preview: Fulham vs. Reading - prediction, team news, lineups. Championship leaders Fulham welcome Reading to Craven Cottage on Saturday afternoon. After losing 1-0 at Blackpool last weekend, Fulham bounced back with an emphatic 4-1 win over Birmingham City on Wednesday night. Aleksandar Mitrovic scored twice, while Denis Odoi and Harry Wilson also got on the scoresheet as Marco Silva's side reinforced their promotion credentials at St. Andrew's. It is unsurprising that Fulham have both the best attack (17 goals scored) and the joint-best defence (five goals conceded) in the Championship, and they are unlikely to stray too far from the top two this season. The Cottagers remain unbeaten at home in 2021-22, having taken seven points from nine games at Craven Cottage, conceding just once. That is bad news for Reading, who have lost all three of their away games this season and have not won any of their last nine matches on the road since beating Rotherham United at the end of February. On Tuesday night, the Royals won for the first time in five games as they beat fellow strugglers Peterborough United 3-1 at the Select Car Leasing Stadium. John Swift continued his impressive early season form with a superb free-kick and Watford loanee Tom Dele-Bashiru netted his first two goals for the club. Veljko Paunovic's side have the joint-worst defence in the Championship with 17 goals conceded, but at the other end of the pitch only Fulham and Queens Park Rangers have scored more goals than Reading (13). The Royals won on their last visit to Craven Cottage, as Swift and Charlie Adam netted in a 2-1 victory on New Year's Day in 2020. The Cottagers have taken 16 points from their first seven games of the season, while the Royals have seven points and sit 18th. Reading’s trip to Fulham in the Championship. Kick-off at Craven Cottage is 3pm on Saturday afternoon. Royals go in search of their second successive win in the league after the 3-1 success over Peterborough United on Tuesday night. Tests in the Championship do not get any tougher than away at the league leaders, though, and that is the challenge facing Veljko Paunovic’s side. The Whites start the day a point clear at the summit having won five of their seven matches to date, accumulating 16 points from a possible 22. Reading, meanwhile, sit 18th with two wins, one draw and four defeats so far. Reporter Jonathan Low will be live in the capital to bring you all the action by the river Thames.