ROVERS will be aiming to return to winning ways in the Championship when they host Reading over the weekend.

Tony Mowbray’s men suffered a late defeat at Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday night, with Ilias Chair getting the decisive goal.

Meanwhile, the Royals were beaten 3-2 by Blackpool in their last outing despite goals from former Rovers captain Scott Dann and Tom Dele-Bashiru.

Here is everything you need to know about the match.

When and where is the game being played?

The Championship clash takes place at Ewood Park on Saturday afternoon (KO 3pm). Rovers will be looking for a fifth league win of the campaign.

How to follow the action

The best place to follow the action is our matchday blog, featuring build-up and live updates from the Ewood Park.

While the game isn’t being streamed on RoversTV for UK viewers, subscribers will be able to listen to full match commentary.

A one-off audio pass is available for £2.50 and season passes can be purchased for £45. International viewers can watch the game on RoversTV for £10.

Commentary from Ewood Park is also available on BBC Radio Lancashire on FM and DAB.

Will highlights be available?

Highlights will be available on iFollow after the game. The action will also be featured on EFL on Quest on Saturday night at 9pm.

Quest is available on Freesat 167, Sky 144, Freeview 37 and Virgin 172.

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