A win this weekend would be a big step closer to safety - but that'll be a big ask away at Sheffield Wednesday.
Sheffield Wednesday vs Reading
Saturday 21st April 2018, 3pm
Sky Bet Championship
Both sides would have preferred a season a bit more like last year; however both are targetting a strong end to the current campaign to take a bit of momentum into the summer break.
The Royals have no fresh injury worries, although no returning numbers either. Leandro Bacuna serves the second game of his suspension following his dismissal at Fulham in our last away outing.
Wednesday, who lost five straight games over February and March, have rekindled a bit of form recently and have taken victories in four of the last six outings... with little left to play for and the freedom that allows, the Owls aren't to be taken lightly.
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"We're going to be ready, that's for sure. We expect a very difficult game, like all games are at this level."@PaulClement1972 has given his thoughts ahead of our trip to @swfc this weekend, read more here: https://t.co/4j6b3DX2wc pic.twitter.com/ASsAzCZOtp— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) April 19, 2018
Jeremy Simpson takes charge in South Yorkshire - the second time he's overseen a Royals game this season. The previous time was up the road at Leeds United, when former White Mo Barrow earned the Royals three points against his former side.
Shaun Hudson and Michael George man the flags, while Graham Salisbury is fourth official.
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