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Newcastle down to 10 after the number 5, Ryan McKinnon picks up his second yellow for a foul on Watts.

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Newcastle down to 10 after the number 5, Ryan McKinnon, picks up his second yellow for a foul on Watts.

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Under 21s play host to Reading at Anfield this evening, kick off at 19:00. Coverage starts at 18:30 on LFC TV.  

 

So far there is only 1 alternate stream link that has been announced on Wiziwig, this will available closer to kick off.

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Confirmed team vs Reading.

 

Mersin, Williams, Smith, Paez, Jones, Rossiter, Dunn, Chirivella, Sinclair, Lussey, Peterson.

 

Substitutes: Maguire, Firth, Randall, Trickett-Smith, Bijev.

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Reading 1 up on the reds. They were on the front foot from the kick-off, so it's not a surprise.

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I've not seen the Mersin kid start in goal for the U21s before. He looks a little nervous.

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I've not been watching as many of the youth team games this season. Williams seems to have improved a hell of a lot. 

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I've not seen the Mersin kid start in goal for the U21s before. He looks a little nervous.

Started the past 2 games and kept clean sheets in both. Not the best keeper in our system and hadn't featured since the first game of the under 21's season.

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Just to add, Michael Hector was on loan at Aberdeen for the first half of the season and was more than impressive for The Dons.

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Cheers.

 

This Reading side looks solid in defence. They're not bad going forward either, and are taking advantage of us struggling with the high press.

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We are at sixes and sevens. Trying to pass it out the back and not doing it very well. Keep the ball.

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Lussey with an equaliser. Good pressing from the lads up top, got a little lucky with the break of the ball to Lussey, but a tidy finish to draw us level.

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