Welcome to our LIVE coverage of Derby County's Sky Bet Championship trip to Reading. Derby County are back on the road this afternoon as they look to get back to winning ways. The Rams travel to Reading, looking to put themselves back in the automatic promotion picture in the Championship. Gary Rowett's side, who drew 2-2 with Leeds United last time out, have one victory in their last six games, and have slipped from second to fourth in the table. For Reading, the pressure is on boss Jaap Stam.
There is no match for Derby County this afternoon - but there are still plenty of games in the Sky Bet Championship. The Rams should have been at Hillsborough today for a league game against Sheffield Wednesday. However, the Owls' progress in the FA Cup meant that the game was rearranged for Tuesday night...and we don't really want to talk about that do we?! Kerry Ganly will bring you all the latest as it happens - and keep you up to date on what has been happening with Derby County.
Derby County striker Mason Bennett's injury is worse than first feared. The Rams man, who spent more than three months out earlier this season with a knee injury, joined Notts County on loan during the January transfer window. However, his spell with the Magpies was cut short when he had to be replaced this time because of a hamstring problem don his first start for the club. Notts boss Kevin Nolan said he would be "very disappointed" if Bennett was ruled out for the season.
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