All you need to know about the clash with Ipswich in our match previewAfter a busy transfer deadline day the Royals will be heading up to Ipswich, looking to make in four wins on the spin this Saturday, with Reece Oxford, Jordon Mutch and Lewis Grabban all joining the Reading ranks.
Tuesday evening's 1-0 win away at Birmingham City was a well earned three-points by Jaap Stam's men, with John Swift on hand to slot home the winning goal late in the second half at St Andrew's.
Ipswich come into the match on a difficult run of form, as Mick McCarthy's men look for a response after a 3-0 drumming by Derby at Portman Road on Tuesday.
Tickets will be available to buy on the day of the game at Portman Road for visiting supporters. All tickets will be available at cash turnstiles 10 & 11.
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Hosts Ipswich Town have been given odds of 7/4 to pick up three points on Saturday afternoon, with the Royals at 8/5 to secure a win on the road. Sky Bet, title partners of EFL, have placed the odds of a draw between the two clubs at 11/5.
Tuesday nights goalscorer John Swift is at 7/2 to score again on Saturday, with new signing Lewis Grabban at 5/2 to net on his debut for the club.
Geoff Eltringham will be the man in charge this weekend. Eltringham's only match in charge of the Royals earlier in the season ended in a 2-0 defeat at Leeds, Jaap's men will be hoping for better luck this time around.
Darren Blunden and Daniel Leach will be running the lines in Ipswich, with Brett Huxtable as fourth official.
Ipswich Town have kindly provided us with an away supporters' guide to the game, with information about away fans' pubs, parking and access to the stadium.
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