Reading v Wolves Preview Quiz

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1) In last year's 2-0 home victory against Reading who scored Wolves' opener?

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Joao Teixeira
Matt Doherty
Joe Mason

2) Reading midfielder, Dave Edwards played in each of the top three divisions and made 307 appearances for Wolves, how many goals did the Welshman score?

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44 goals
55 goals
66 goals

3) Where are Wolves' opponents placed in the EFL Championship table?

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4) Kevin Doyle, Stephen Hunt and Marcus Hahnemann all played for both teams, who made the most appearances for Reading?

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Kevin Doyle
Stephen Hunt
Marcus Hahnemann

5) Reading lost out in the Play-Off final to Huddersfield last season, what was the score after 90 minutes?

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6) The manager of Reading is former Manchester United and Premier League star, Jaap Stam. Which Italian Serie A side did Stam move to from United?

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Inter Milan

7) The two teams faced each other in the Play-Off Semi-Final in 2003. Who scored for Wolves away at Reading when the Wanderers won 1-0?

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Kenny Miller
Alex Rae
Paul Ince

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8) In the same fixture last year, Wolves suffered a 2-1 defeat. Who scored Wolves' goal?

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Romain Saiss
Helder Costa
Ben Marshall

9) Which Rugby Union team play their home fixtures at the Madjeski Stadium, the same as Reading?

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London Irish

10) If Wolves win at Reading they will remain top of the Championship by at least two points, how many points will they be on?

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38 points
39 points
37 points

Reading v Wolves Preview Quiz

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Valiant effort and it wasn't a disgrace, but you are a long way off the top my friend!

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