All you need to know as we head to the Pirelli Stadium on Tuesday night...
Burton Albion vs Reading
Tuesday 30th January 2018
Sky Bet Championship
Bottom-of-the-table Burton are the next opponents for the Royals, but victory for the home side could see them climb out of the bottom three in the Championship table.
Nigel Clough's side have recently secured the signature of former England, Aston Villa and Sunderland striker Darren Bent on loan until the end of the season, and he could make his Brewers debut on Tuesday evening.
Likewise, new Royals recruit Tommy Elphick could make his first appearance in the hooped shirt after signing on loan from Villa on Monday.
Three points for the Royals would be welcomed in RG2, with the Brewers sat just five points behind Reading in the league standings heading into Tuesday's match.
Sam Smith made his return to the squad at Hillsborough on Friday night, and he is in contention to be in the squad once more as he continues his recovery from injury.
Travelling supporters will be able to buy tickets on the evening of the game on arrival from the Ticket Office, paying in cash or by card, with Adult tickets available from £20.
"I'm looking to add to the group, with one eye on the future for myself.— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) January 29, 2018
"When one door closes, another one opens so it gives me a great opportunity to make an impression on the fans and the manager." - Hear from new loan signing @TommyElph4 here: https://t.co/q9Zrv7BDHH pic.twitter.com/w5XDxbVNcg
Robert Jones will be overseeing proceedings at the Pirelli on Tuesday night, and it'll be the first time he has been in charge of either side this season.
He has brandished the red card six times in his 28 matches so far this term, and has averaged around 2.5 cautions per match.
Jones will be assisted on the night by Mark Russell and Adam Matthews, with Andy Woolmer on hand as fourth official.
Supporters' Trust at Reading (STAR) offer travel to all away games, details of which can be found by following the link by clicking here.
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