After the clash with AFC Bournemouth last weekend, Royals are back on the field, this time against Bristol City.
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Royals’ last four-game loss came to an end during the week as they fought hard for a point in the 1-1 draw with Millwall.
Veljko Paunovic’s team starts at the weekend with 23 points from 13 games in sixth place in the championship table.
A win for Reading could see them move up to second at the end of the day, while three teams immediately below hope to overtake them if they lose.
The Robins were drawn goalless by Watford mid-week. That ended a run with three wins.
Reporter Jonathan Low will be showing you the action from the game on the live blog below.
After the game, keep an eye out for a live video on our dedicated Reading FC page on Facebook.
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Fans were outraged after it became known that Reading FC had decided to end their contract for a temporary food market in front of Madejski Stadium on match days.
Blue Collar, which hosts a weekly food market in the city center as well as other local events, provided food and drink to fans in the stadium ahead of the home games on Saturday for the 2019/20 season.
It was an extremely popular initiative with supporters and symbolized the close connection between the club and the community.
Prutton says it should be a close match between the two teams, but thinks that visitors to Mad Stad could ultimately come out on top.
Rival fans were quick to ridicule Reading and its fans after the government announced regional levels on Thursday morning.
Reading will enter tier two at the end of the lockdown next week, meaning up to 2. 000 fans can watch the games personally in the Madjeski Stadium.
Loyal Royals are excited about the prospect of seeing games again in person, but competing supporters quickly settled on the decision to leave fans behind as Reading has been unable to sell games for the past few years.
Reading is up to 2. 000 fans at Madejski Stadium for next week’s home game with Nottingham Forest.
The city has been classified in the second tier by the government, which means that it allows a certain number of fans to attend outdoor events such as football matches.
The tier system kicks in at the end of the lockdown next week on Wednesday the 2nd. December, in force.
Reading manager Veljko Paunovic warned teenager Michael Olise from the Millwall bank on Wednesday evening, despite his conspicuous portrayal.
The 18-year-old was introduced to the game at halftime and provided Lucas Joao with impressive support for just eight minutes of the second half at The Den.
The fans raised eyebrows ahead of the game and Olise was on the bench for the third year in a row.
And although he took his chances to start the next home game in Bristol City on Saturday without damage, Paunovic warned the youngster not to get too far ahead of himself.
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