Manchester United Vs Reading FA Cup Football Match Score 2023

Manchester United Vs Reading FA Cup Football Match Score 2023

Manchester United is going head to head with Reading starting on 28 Jan 2023 at 20:00 UTC . The match is a part of the FA Cup. On livescore you can find all previous Manchester United vs Reading results sorted by their matches. Sofascore also provides the best way to follow the live score of this game with various sports features.

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Manchester United will host Championship side Reading at Old Trafford on Saturday night in an FA Cup fourth-round tie. Manchester United beat Everton 3-1 in the third round of the FA Cup thanks to goals from Antony and Marcus Rashford that bookended an own goal from Conor Coady. The English defender also scored Everton’s only goal of the game in an outing that proved to be a mixed bag for him.

Much has happened in Manchester since. United beat cross-city rivals Manchester City 2-1. A disappointing 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace and a 3-2 loss to Arsenal followed. But Erik ten Hag’s men bounced back with a 3-0 win in the first leg of their EFL Cup semi-final tie against Nottingham Forest. Wout Weghorst scored his first goal for United against Forest. Rashford and Bruno Fernandes also found the back of the net for the Red Devils as they sealed a comfortable win. They are unbeaten in their last 14 home games in the FA Cups. Meanwhile, Reading beat Watford in the FA Cup third round to set up a clash with the Red Devils. Reading are coming into the game on the back of a 4-0 humbling at the hands of Stoke City.

Paul Ince will return to Old Trafford, a place he once called home and won 10 trophies at. But he would have hoped it were under circumstances that would inspire a sense of optimism. Unfortunately, they will be squaring off against a resurgent Manchester United side that are capable of taking the game to some of the best sides in the country. Manchester United are expected to make quick work of Everton on Saturday. They have plenty of quality in their ranks and most of their star players are in good form right now. Ten Hag might use this as an opportunity to rest some of their starters, but the Dutch coach will still retain a strong core in the lineup.

The last club in England still standing in four competitions, Manchester United’s draining fixture list shows no sign of abating as they host Championship side Reading in the fourth round of the FA Cup. A convincing victory over Nottingham Forest in the first leg of the EFL Cup semifinal in midweek has set Erik ten Hag’s side up for at least one final at Wembley but after six years with silverware United fans will surely want more. The Royals have not beaten United since 1927, one of 15 meetings between these two sides in the world’s oldest domestic soccer cup competition. Here is how you can watch the match and what you need to know:

Manchester United: With no free midweek until March (and those would quickly be eaten up by a deep run in the Europa League), Ten Hag will need all the numbers he can find in his squad. As such, it will be welcome news to him that Jadon Sancho is close to ending his three month absence from the first team for fitness and personal reasons. “He is training with the team and we will see,” said Ten Hag when asked whether Sancho could feature against Reading.

“He’s improving, he’s making steps and we will make the decision after training. He’s on the way back, he’s making steps, he’s back in team training and we have to see when he’s ready to go back into game.” Sancho, who has closed his social media channels, would offer a welcome alternate on the flanks, where Marcus Rashford is shining but the spotlight is also hitting Antony, who has struggled to live up to the billing of his sizeable price tag since joining from Ajax.

Reading: If the Championship side are to pull off an unlikely upset at Old Trafford they will need to find better form than they have in the second tier. On October 1 they sat third in the table after a win over Huddersfield, since then they have gone 4-4-9, including a 4-0 loss to Stoke last weekend, to slip out of the top half.

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