Norwich City travel to the Madejski Stadium to take on Reading in their latest Sky Bet Championship fixture on Wednesday night (8pm kick-off).
City will be looking to carry on the momentum from their 1-0 victory over Middlesbrough but they face a Reading side with renewed confidence following their first win of the season at Preston North End at the weekend.
Here's all you need to know ahead of City's trip to Berkshire:
Getting to Madejski Stadium
The postcode for the Madejski Stadium is RG2 0FL. For directions from Carrow Road, click HERE.
From Junction 11 of the M4, follow signs towards Reading. Madejski Stadium is on your left-hand side after less than a mile.
The nearest rail station is Reading. From there, simply take a Greenwave Park & Ride green bus that takes you direct to the Stadium. Average journey time less than 10 minutes. A taxi to the Stadium, from the train station/town centre should cost approximately £10.
There are still tickets available for the match. Supporters will be able to purchase from the ticket offices at Carrow Road or Chapelfield until 12pm on Wednesday.
Reading will be selling tickets over the phone on 0118 968 1313 from 3pm, otherwise from 6.30pm, supporters can purchase tickets from the South Stand ticket office at the Madejski Stadium by cash or card.
Prices will be:
Any collections will also be from the South Stand ticket office which is next to the away turnstiles.
Meet the opposition
After narrowly avoiding relegation to League One last season, Reading have struggled to improve in the early part of this season.
They did however record their first victory of the 2018-19 season on Saturday, beating Preston North End 3-2 at Deepdale.
Sam Baldock and Tiago Ilori had twice given Reading the lead but they were twice pegged back by equalisers from Daniel Johnson and Callum Robinson.
However, Leandro's Bacuna winner in the closing ten minutes meant a welcome three points would be heading back south with the Royals.
Looking to improve on last season's finish of 20th, Paul Clement introduced strike duo of Baldock [Brighton] and Marc McNulty [Coventry City] for a combined fee of over £5 million.
Clement also took a punt on a number of free agents with David Meyler, John O'Shea, Sam Walker and Andy Yiadom moving to the Madejski.
The last time the Canaries visited Reading was back in September 2017 when goals from James Maddison and Cameron Jerome helped City to a 2-1 win.
How to follow
The match is available to watch on iFollow, with match passes available for £10. To purchase, click HERE.
We will be running regular updates on our Twitter account, including reaction after the final whistle.
Highlights of the match will be able to view the very next day on our YouTube and social channels.