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PremierLeague-News.Com - Royals head to Adams Park to take on the Championship's bottom club on Tuesday night
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Reading make the short trip down the M4 on Tuesday night as they take on Wycombe Wanderers in the Championship. Royals are looking to return to winning ways having been beaten 2-0 by Middlesbrough over the weekend. The result left them still in fifth place in the league table but the gap to seventh is now just five points so a win over Gareth Ainsworth's side is crucial to keep up their play-off push. Find out how you can get the latest news from BerkshireLive delivered straight to your inbox Reading have a decent record on the road this season with six wins and only three defeats away from Madejski Stadium so they will fancy their chances against a Wanderers side who are bottom of the table but fighting hard to stay in the second tier. The match at Adams Park will be behind closed doors but there are still plenty of ways for supporters to follow the game. Here is all you need to know: What time is kick-off? The game kicks off at 7.45pm on Tuesday, February 23. How you can follow the game We'll have a live blog going throughout the evening, providing match updates, reaction and analysis. The blog begins at 4pm. Keep an eye out for a live video on our dedicated Reading FC Facebook page as well post match. Read More Related Articles Five ways Veljko Paunovic can freshen Reading FC up for crunch games at Wycombe and Rotherham Read More Related Articles 'I was told my career was over at Reading FC' - Liam Moore on how close he came to a Royals exit Is the game on TV? Yes, the game is being broadcast live on television. It will be available to Sky Sports customers on the Red Button, alongside the featured game (Rotherham v Nottingham Forest) which will be on the Sky Sports Football channel. Sky customers can also stream games live on the Sky Sports app.
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. Is it on iFollow? Yes, the game will also be on the club's streaming service iFollow. A video pass costs £10 while an audio pass costs £2.50.
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What about highlights? Highlights of this game and all the other Championship games will be on EFL on Quest, at 10.30pm on Wednesday night. Colin Murray presents the show which will also feature all the action from Leagues One and Two. Quest can be found on Freeview channel 12, BT TV Channel 12, Freesat 167, Sky 144 and Virgin Media 172. What's the latest on injuries? Reading will be without John Swift and Yakou Meite due to hamstring and groin injuries respectively. Here is the latest Royals injury news heading into the game.
Reading midfielder John Swift misses the game
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Who else is playing? There are five other games on the night. Birmingham City v Norwich City (7pm) Derby County v Huddersfield Town (7pm) Middlesbrough v Bristol City (7pm) Luton Town v Millwall (7.45pm) Rotherham United v Nottingham Forest (7.45pm)
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