Everything you need to know about Saturday's meeting with Blackburn in our match preview...The Royals will make the trip up to Ewood Park on Saturday afternoon to face Blackburn Rovers in the Sky Bet Championship.
Jaap Stam's side will be hoping for a quick response to Tuesday evening's loss in Leeds as the Royals look to stay third in the table with a win away from home.
Despite their lowly league position, Blackburn have enjoyed a resurgence in form in recent weeks, picking up an impressive win away in Newcastle at the end of November. Rovers almost grabbed a point at home to Brighton on Tuesday night but Gordon Greer's sending off midway through the second half tipped the game in the Seagulls' favour, as the away side hang on to the points despite Sam Gallagher's late goal.
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The Royals are at 9/5 to return to winning ways on the Road this weekend, with the hosts at 6/4 to bounce back from their defeat to Brighton with a win. Sky Bet, title partners of EFL, have placed the odds of a draw between the two clubs at 23/10.
Royals striker, Yann Kemorgant, is at odds of 15/8 to score for Reading at Ewood Park on Saturday. Garath McClearyis given odds of2/1 to grab a goal for the Reading over 90 minutes against Blackburn.
Jeremy Simpson will be the man in the middle at Ewood Park. The official took charge of the Royals 2-1 win over Ipswich town back in early September but has yet to take charge of a Rovers match so far this campaign.
Shaun Hudson and Tony Peart will be running the lines on Saturday, with Darren England as fourth official.
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