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El-Abd on Royals mission
ADAM El-Abd reckons Albion can turn the tables on Reading, just as they did against Southampton.
The Seagulls lost 3-0 at table-topping Saints earlier in the season but beat them 3-0 at The Amex in January.
That has given El-Abd confidence for second-placed Reading's visit on Tuesday night, after Albion's 3-0 defeat against the Royals at the Madejski Stadium on Boxing Day.
The long-serving defender told The Argus: "It is just an example of how crazy this league is. There is so little in it, such a fine line between winning and losing.
"It can be a referee or linesman's decision, half a mistake from a player that costs a goal or a playing pulling out a bit of magic and putting one in the top corner from 30 yards.
"All those things can happen to change a game, because goals change games. If we can get the first goal there is no reason why we can't go on and win."
El-Abd believes the margin of Albion's defeat at Reading was misleading.
"After 89 minutes were 1-0 down and had created quite a few chances," he said. "It wasn't our best performance of the season by any means but we were in the game for a large period of it.
"They have been on an unbelievable run which we are all aware of, the whole league. They have bounced up that table but there is so little in it in this league between winning and losing.
"There are always upsets and I predict it is going to be a very tight game with not much in it."