Harrison Reed may miss Fulham’s meeting with Reading tomorrow after limping out of Wednesday’s win at Birmingham City.

The central midfielder made his first start of the season for the Whites at St. Andrews but was substituted midway through the second half of Fulham’s 4-1 victory having suffered a leg injury. Head coach Marco Silva told today’s pre-match press conference:

“It’s nothing serious. didn’t have much of a pre-season and he has an issue with his leg, but we’ll have to see tomorrow.”

There is better news regarding Harry Wilson, who was substituted towards the end of the Blues clash. Silva said that the Welsh winger was withdrawn due to tiredness and that he will be available to face Reading. Josh Onomah, who missed the midweek trip to the Midlands, is also fit to play.

Teenage playmaker Fabio Carvalho remains sidelined with a toe injury and Silva revealed that it is too early to say whether he will be able to return at Bristol City next weekend.

“Tuesday for Fabio looks difficult but he might be all right for the game after that.”

The Fulham boss is reading nothing in Reading’s disappointing start to the season and knows that the Royals will be determined to end their winless away run.

“Their previous results mean nothing. A team that has scored six goals in their last two performances suggest they can create chances and score goals. It will be a tough game.”