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West Ham continue their packed pre-season schedule with a trip to Championship side Reading on Tuesday.

The Hammers have perhaps been the busiest of all top-flight clubs on the pitch this summer, where they’ve been enjoying some hugely positive results.

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Goals from Arthur Masuaku, Manuel Lanzini, a double from Jarrod Bowen and an own goal helped them kick-off pre-season with a 5-1 win at Wycombe Wanderers.

They followed that up with a 4-1 victory over Ipswich, with Sebastien Haller netting a 20-minute hat-trick. Midfielder Tomas Soucek was also on the scoresheet, with former West Ham man Freddie Sears scoring for the hosts.

David Moyes then guided his side to a 2-1 victory over Championship side Brentford at London Stadium. Andriy Yarmolenko found the opener, with Soucek once again hitting the back of the net.

Reading have also been preparing for the new campaign in recent weeks. The Royals overcame Gillingham 2-1 in their first fixture, before losing out 4-1 to Premier League Tottenham Hotspur.

Two goals in two minutes from Lucas Joao and Andy Rinomhota helped Reading to a comfortable lead in their opening pre-season game, with John Akinde converting a penalty for Gillingham.

But a much tougher match lay ahead at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with George Puscas netting a late consolation penalty after Dele Alli, Son Heung-min, Erik Lamela and an Omar Richards own-goal put the home side in a commanding position.

But Tuesday provides Mark Bowen’s side with another opportunity to test themselves against top-flight opposition.

It looks set to be an intriguing fixture, with the pair last coming together all the way back in the 2012/13 Premier League season.

Pavel Pogrebnyak scored the only goal of the game in the Madejski meeting, with the Hammers getting revenge at home, running out 4-2 winners thanks to a Kevin Nolan hat-trick.

After Tuesday’s match, the games come thick and fast for both sides. West Ham play relegated Bournemouth in their final pre-season outing, before beginning the new league season at home to Newcastle.

Reading host Colchester in an EFL Cup first-round fixture on Saturday, before getting their new Championship campaign underway at Derby the following weekend.

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