Get ahead of the game as Leeds United round off four matches in 14 days at Madejski Stadium for the Royals..
Reading vs Leeds United
Sky Bet Championship
The Royals go into Saturday's match against Leeds United off the back of a hard-fought draw against Bolton in RG2, with the visitors losing out to runaway leaders Wolves on Wednesday night.
Jaap Stam's side won the reverse fixture earlier in the season at Elland Road, with former Leeds winger Mo Barrow latching onto Joey van den Berg's pass late on to put Reading ahead.
Vito Mannone stepped up and secured all three points on the day after saving a stoppage time penalty to bring the spoils back to RG2 - with the Royals aiming for a league double over the visitors with victory this weekend.
As for Leeds, they have been sliding away from the play-off places in the Championship of late and a place in mid-table looks likely for Paul Heckingbottom's men, barring an outstanding run to the end of the season.
For the Royals, three points could see them edge further away from the bottom three - with Tuesday's draw moving them five points clear of the drop zone.
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There have been important changes in car parking and bus travel for the upcoming season, with parking at Madejski Stadium now having to be pre-booked online, as well as a continuation of our bus subsidies with Reading Buses. There are more places to park than ever before, though, so click here and find out what the best option is for you!
Temporary Road Closure - South Oak Way – Green Park Outbound - To facilitate overflow parking of Leeds United supporter coaches, South Oak Way outbound from Green Park will be closed from 16:30 hours to 17:00. Exit from Green Park during this period will be via Brook Drive / Longwater Avenue. We are very grateful to Green Park for working with us and permitting parking the coaches.
"Both teams will be playing to win, so we’ll need to show the same energy and more on Saturday."— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) March 8, 2018
The manager previews this weekend's fixture as @LUFC visit us at Madejski Stadium... https://t.co/LoJF9u42FT pic.twitter.com/V2c71v6OmA
Following his assist in midweek, Chris Martin is available at 11/2 to open the scoring on Saturday afternoon, while Mo Barrow is priced at 2/1 to repeat his heroics at Elland Road earlier in the season and score any time.
Scott Duncan will be in charge of proceedings at Madejski Stadium on Saturday afternoon, in his second time officiating the Royals this season - the first being our opening day defeat at Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road.
Mr Duncan has averaged just under three yellow cards per match this term, and has brandished the red card seven times.
He will be assisted on the day by Daniel Robathan and Robert Hyde, with Trevor Kettle between the benches as fourth official.
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