After one of the most dramatic finishes seen at Madejski Stadium in its history, we dust down and go again against an automatic promotion contender...
Reading vs Leeds United
Tuesday 12th March
Sky Bet Championship
Few people would have predicted the result that came to pass in RG2 at the weekend, with the Royals overcoming a 2-1 deficit - in the 89th minute - to beat Wigan Athletic in the most dramatic of circumstances.
But as José Gomes said afterwards, we have no time to revel too much in three crucial points - as three more become available against Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds United on Tuesday night.
The Royals go into Tuesday after losing just once in their last eight matches, while Leeds kept up their assault on automatic promotion after a gritty 1-0 win away at fellow promotion hopefuls, Bristol City at the weekend.
In fact, Bielsa's men have won four of their last five matches in the Championship, recovering from a lean patch of form after the new year that saw them knocked off the top of the standings.
As for Reading, Liam Moore is doubtful for Tuesday's match, after Royals boss Gomes revealed the centre-back played on for over half an hour, despite dislocating his shoulder in the second half.
It's set to be another large attendance at Madejski Stadium on Tuesday, so make sure you arrive in plenty of time ahead of the game.
Find out about our typical matchday schedule by clicking here.
Up until 5pm on Tuesday 12th March, you can take advantage of our Midweek Mates Rates offer for this match - whereby Season Ticket holders can bring two members of family or friends with them for a discounted rate!
Tickets for our game against the Whites are still available; click the link below for more information.
All of our usual travel options are available for this match, with Park & Ride, matchday bus services and stadium parking all available.
To see a full list of travel options, click here.
Follow it live
If you can't make it to Madejski Stadium, we've got you covered!
Keep up with minute-by-minute action through our live Match Centre, available on the club website prior to kick-off.
iFollow will also be available for fans who cannot make it to the game in the UK or around the world. You can take a look at our iFollow page and see how you can stay tuned for this match.
You can watch this match in the UK with a Match Pass, for the price of £10.
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