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Three days after beating Leeds, Reading have another game at the Madejski Stadium.
This time they face Blackburn - who are currently in the relegation zone. Reading know a win will propel them up to third spot, at least for 24 hours, until Huddersfield play Norwich.
Reading's success this season has been built on their home form. With only the three teams currently in the relegation zone still to play at the Madejski Stadium, they have already won 44 points at home.
Jaap Stam does have a growing injury list to contend with. Two of his central defensive options - Paul McShane and Joey van den Berg, are both out with hamstring injuries.
Danny Williams limped off, supported by two team-mates after the Leeds win. Callum Harriott, Stephen Quinn, Tiago Ilori and Denis Rakells are all longer-term absentees.
A 20-year-old man who died following a collision in Nottingham has been named as Andrew Robertson from Berkshire.
Andrew, a University of Nottingham student, was in collision with a car in the Lenton area of the city on Thursday 30 March.
In a statement, his family paid tribute to their "loving son, grandson, brother, nephew, cousin and boyfriend".
"Words cannot express how much he will be missed," the statement said.
Jewellery worth £30,000 was stolen from a pawnbrokers in Newbury on Monday.
Diamond rings, watches and bracelets were taken during the raid at the Gold Buying Shop in Bartholomew Street.
Police said cash and bank cards were also taken during the burglary, which happened at some point between 09:00 and 09:30.
The force is appealing for witnesses.
BBC Berkshire Sport Reporter
They say things come in threes, and that is certainly the case for London Irish this afternoon.
Shortly after announcing the contract extension of Topsy Ojo, the club have confirmed that full back Greig Tonks, and scrum-half Brendan McKibbin have also signed new deals.
London Irish are currently 1st in the Championship and are confirmed to be in the end of season playoffs to gain promotion to the Premiership.
BBC Berkshire Sport Reporter
Club record try-scorer Topsy Ojo has extended his contract at London Irish.
The 31-year-old recently notched up his 80th career try and 400th point for Irish.
Ojo made his debut in 2005 and has been a mainstay in the side ever since.
A 13-year-old girl has been assaulted in Windsor while walking through an underpass on a Saturday evening.
An unknown man grabbed the teenager while she was walking between Vansittart Skate Park to Green Lane between 17:00 and 19:00 GMT on Saturday 4 March.
The victim managed to free herself and left the location.
She sustained bruising to her upper torso and arms.
The offender is described as a white man, around 30-years-old. He spoke with a local accent.
Police will send out extra patrols in the area
This was a frightening experience for the victim who has understandably been left shaken by the incident. Events such as these are thankfully extremely rare, and we believe this to be an isolated incident.
Speaking to Adrian Chiles, Luke Mahon was so disappointed with his new home, that he set up a Twitter account listing the problems that needed fixing.
House building firm Taylor Wimpey have apologised to Mr Mahon for his long list of problems.
"We have acted to put things right and are working hard to fix any outstanding issues."
"The vast majority of our customers tell us they are satisfied with the quality of their home."
98% of those surveyed for the latest Home Builders Federation customer satisfaction report had at least one problem to report. A quarter had 15 or more problems to flag up with the developer.
Leeds United defender Liam Cooper has been charged with alleged violent conduct by the Football Association following their match against Reading on Saturday.
Cooper appeared to stamp on the head of Reading defender Reece Oxford in the 74th-minute of the game, which Reading won 1-0.
The incident was not seen by the match officials at the time, but was caught on television cameras.
The FA has submitted a claim that the standard punishment for such an alleged offence by Cooper would be "clearly insufficient". He has until 18:00 BST today to respond to the charge.
A police officer who was hit by a stolen car as he tried to stop it getting away has died from his injuries nearly 4 years later.
PC Gareth Browning was on foot in Whitley, Reading, in November 2013 when he was hit by a black Mazda driven by Luke Haywood.
Hayward was jailed for nine years for causing grievous bodily harm with intent and dangerous driving.
PC Browning, who was medically retired, died on Saturday aged 36.
In a statement released today, Thames Valley Police said that following his death it would now "liaise with the coroner and Crown Prosecution Service".
After a few bright spells this morning, it is expected to be overcast this afternoon with a chance of a few light showers.
Temperatures will remain a mild 14C before dipping to around 6C overnight.
On BBC Radio Berkshire Anne Diamond has been discussing the National Trust and Cadbury's decision to drop the word 'Easter' from this year's egg hunts .
Anne spoke to the Reverend Doctor Adam Carlill, Vicar of St George's church and St Mary Magdalen church in Tilehurst who said it was "prejudicial".
"I'm down at St George's this morning and we're having an Easter egg hunt.
"I've had a lady in who is Muslim, and she's taking part, what's the evidence that people don't want it .. there is none.
"Who took this decision and how? They're making prejudicial decisions.
"How do you define what is Christian and what is not?"
Well, the prime minister and Maidenhead MP, Theresa May, has spoken out on the big Easter egg hunt debate.
She has described the decision to drop the word Easter from the name of Cadbury and National Trust egg hunts as "absolutely ridiculous".
Her comments come after the Archbishop of York said calling the event the Cadbury Egg Hunt was like "spitting on the grave" of the firm's Christian founder, John Cadbury.
But Cadbury said Easter was referred to on much of its packaging and marketing.
The National Trust also denied it was downplaying the significance of Easter.
The Reading Post reports bats nesting in the roof of the old sergeants’ mess at Arborfield will hold up demolition of the MoD building and the construction of thousands of homes.
The paper says a bat report accompanying a prior notification application to Wokingham Borough Council for the demolition of Ballieul Sergeants’ Mess in Princess Marina Drive reveals that eight common pipistrelle and one soprano pipistrelle have made their home there.
According to the Reading Post the demolition will have to wait until a Natural England licence is granted.
Bat boxes will be placed in nearby mature trees and contractors will be briefed about the presence of bats on site.
Astronaut Tim Peake, the first Briton to form part of the crew of the International Space Station (ISS), has dined with the Queen at Windsor Castle.
Major Peake, and his wife Rebecca, joined the monarch at her Berkshire home on Monday. The Queen holds annual 'dine and sleep' events as part of her Easter court.
Previous guests have included the director Tim Burton, actress Helena Bonham Carter, Bond star Daniel Craig and actress Rachel Weisz.
BBC Radio Berkshire newsreader
A couple who stole a police car and drove it more than 200 miles at speeds up to 124mph, have been sentenced.
Daniel Toy, 24, stole the car from Camelford Police station in Cornwall on 8 October, Truro Crown Court heard.
He and his girlfriend, Samantha Poole, 31, drove it to Slough, Berkshire, before being stopped by a stinger.
Toy was jailed for two years and six months. Poole was given a 15 month sentence but was released due to time already spent in custody.