The latest news and information for Fleetwood Town v Reading as the pair meet in a crucial League One relegation six-pointer on Tuesday night.
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The clash won't be shown live on TV in the UK, although fans outside of these shores will be able to access live coverage of the game via the EFL's live streaming platform.
Fleetwood Town v Reading will be played at Highbury Stadium, with the game kicking-off at 19:45 GMT.
This will be only the second time that the two sides have met in history, with Fleetwood boasting a 100 percent win ratio.
Josh Vela's injury time effort edged a three-goal affair in Berkshire back in October after Dominic Ballard had drawn the home side level following Bosun Lawal's second minute opener.
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Charlie Adam is expected to be without the services of Harry Boyles once again, with the Fleetwood man having missed his side's last three fixtures through injury.
Meanwhile, Bosun Lawal, who was on target the last time the two sides met, will also be missing as he serves a one game suspension after being sent off in the weekend clash with Lincoln City.
Tom Holmes remains Ruben Selles' biggest injury concern with the defender likely to remain on the sidelines on Tuesday through injury.
The highly-regarded defender joined Luton Town during the winter transfer window before being loaned straight back to the club, although he has been nursing a leg injury since then.
Elsewhere, Jeriell Dorsett is in contention to start after coming off the bench to play the final half-hour of Saturday's win over Charlton Athletic.