Reading FC will be without midfielder Joey van den Berg for Tuesday night's game with Bolton Wanderers. The 31-year-old picked up his fifth yellow card of the season during last Saturday's 2-0 defeat by Wolves. It means he will serve a one-match suspension. Bolton are set to welcome former Royal Adam Le Fondre back into their matchday squad following a calf injury. The striker has missed the last fortnight but returned to training at the end of last week.
Reading FC are marking the 500th game at Madejski Stadium by offering fans the chance to watch it for 500p. Royals host Burton Albion on Saturday, December 23 (3pm kick-off) and to celebrate the occasion are selling tickets - to both sets of fans - for just £5. And Royals season-ticket holders will also benefit from the initiative by being issued 50 Royals rewards points on their card.
Reading FC tackle Bolton Wanderers in the Championship on Tuesday night. Royals go into the game after being beaten 2-0 by league leaders Wolves, while Bolton drew 0-0 with Preston at the weekend. Only six points separates Reading and Bolton in the league table, so both will be looking for a strong performance. Ahead of the two sides' meeting at the Macron Stadium, we caught up with reporter at The Bolton News, Marc Iles to get the lowdown on the Wanderers. Here is what he had to say.
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