Reading and QPR Ended their Premier League Journey with an Uneventful Draw at the Madjeski Stadium.

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Reading and Queens Park Rangers both shared the spoil at the Madjeski stadium to bow out of the Premier League on Sunday.
It was a dull match between two sides who would have kept hopes of hanging on to the Premier League alive, if either of the two teams had won. The game ended goalless, meaning both sides will be playing the Coca- cola Championship next season.
Reading arguably started better of the two sides but lacked precision in front of QPR goalkeeper Robert Green.
The visitors later got back into the game but some series of errors prevented them from getting ahead.
QPR fans took their time to vent their anger at former coach Mark Hughes, while the players tried but no avail to get a goal. They had a banner with the letters ‘Mark Hugh Ruined ‘R’ Season But… No1 will Ruin ‘R’ Club We ‘R’ QPR” flying at their own corner of the stadium.

Dissapointed QPR Fans.
Dissapointed QPR Fans.

Both teams settled for a goalless draw and are out of the top division, having earned 25 points in 35 games so far. With just three matches to go, Wigan (32 points) and Aston Villa (34 points) are the closest teams to the already relegated Reading and QPR. However, Newcastle’s (37 points) loss to Liverpool yesterday has included them in the battle for survival; two gone, one more to go.

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