All you need to know as the Royals head to East Anglia this weekend...
Norwich City vs Reading
Saturday 17th March 2018
Sky Bet Championship
The Royals head to mid-table Norwich at the weekend, hoping for three points to boost the points tally heading into the upcoming international break.
Daniel Farke's side no longer appear to be troubling the top six, sitting 12 points off the top six but also well clear of danger of relegation.
Reading sit six points above the bottom three as it stands, with a victory at Carrow Road on the players' minds as they aim to get further clear of the teams behind them in the Championship table.
The Royals will be hoping for better fortunes after the Canaries won the reverse fixture at Madejski Stadium earlier in the season, courtesy of a fine free-kick from danger-man James Maddison - with Cameron Jerome inflicting defeat on the Royals after Liam Moore had levelled the scoring.
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Supporters' Trust at Reading (STAR) offer travel to all away games, details of which can be found by following the link by clicking here.
Please note that snow is expected across the country over the weekend, please be sure to check your travel arrangements and allow plenty of time to travel if you are heading to Norwich this weekend.
"I think the whole club needs a win from top to bottom – the fans, the staff, the players… everyone is desperate to get that win and three points."— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) March 15, 2018
An opportunity to get a win at Norwich this weekend - @_DaveEdwards previews: https://t.co/aXXKYjtoHw pic.twitter.com/gOhYMgUl9J
Oliver Langford will be overseeing proceedings at Carrow Road on Saturday afternoon, and has averaged around three yellow cards per match this season - having also taken the Royals in our Boxing Day clash at Bristol City earlier this season.
He will be assisted on the day by Lee Venamore and Steven Meredith, with Nigel Lugg between the benches as fourth official.
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