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In Pictures: Norwich 0-2 Reading

Liam Rosenior and Sammy Clingan

Liam Rosenior comes out on top against Norwich midfielder Sammy Clingan, both sides needed to win, but for different reasons.

Alan Gow and Kalifa Cisse

Reading needed a win to stay in with a chance of automatic promotion, Norwich needed one to have the best chance of survival.

Glenn Little and Ryan Bertrand

Reading winger Glenn Little was a constant thorn in the side of Norwich full-back Ryan Bertrand.

Michael Duberry and Cody McDonald

Norwich striker Cody McDonald, in a clash with Michael Duberry, made his first start for the Canaries.

Jem Karacan and Alan Gow

Reading's Jem Karacan and Norwich's Alan Gow battle for the ball, but the latter made little impact for the Canaries.

Andre Bikey and Cody McDonald

McDonald (right) was Norwich's only consistent threat, but the side managed just two shots on target all evening.

Jon Otsemobor

Jon Otsemobor, usually dangerous going forward, showed little attacking threat for Norwich.

Alan Lee, Darel Russel and Cody McDonald

The body language of the Norwich players is clear after they conceded a second goal to promotion chasing Reading.

Alex Pearce and Alan Gow

Alex Pearce came on in the closing stages, marshalling Gow away from the Reading goal.

Alan Lee

Alan Lee turns away dejected after the final whistle as Norwich are cut adrift in the relegation zone.

Bryan Gunn

City boss Bryan Gunn looks to the heavens, Norwich need to win at Charlton and for Plymouth to beat Barnsley on the final day.

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