Continuing our latest feature in which we have a chat with our next opponent, Keith Ingham spoke to Reading fan Jake Reilly about tomorrow's fixture.
First the obvious one, how long have you followed Reading?
Supported Reading for about 13 years. Dad took me to a 0-0 draw with Rotherham in August 2003 has me hooked.
Tell us about your first Reqding match and First time seeing Leeds?
My first Reading game was the 0-0 above, this Saturday will be my first trip to Elland Road but I've some good memories from previous games against you. The 2-0 in our promotion season and Le Fondre's late winner at home a couple of seasons later are both highlights.
You've had a pretty tough season, have you been disappointed with it?
I think everyone's been quite disappointed with how the seasons turned out in all honesty. After starting brightly, we were 2nd in October, our season just collapsed after Steve Clarke talked to Fulham about a move away.
Return of the Mac!
Not really a Brian fan and while the work he's done hasn't been awful, we haven't had the upturn in form expected of a new man. He's starting to put some passion back into the team by dropping a few of our large contingent of loanees or so it appeared until Saturday's dismal showing but results need to improve.
Who are the key players for your future?
Aaron Tshibola looked a fantastic player for us earlier in the season and his injury coincided with our collapse in form. Another is Dom Samuel who's got a few goals out on loan in League 1 at Gillingham. Tariqe Fosu and Jake Cooper are also impressive graduates from the academy who should get more game time next year. Existing 1st team players who are key include Paul McShane and Oliver Norwood, arguably our top two for player of the season.
Player you'd take off our hands? Sorry not Lewis Cook!
Given we need goalscorers, usually I'd pick your first choice striker but seeing as none of them are particularly banging them in, I'd say Charlie Taylor or Alex Mowatt who both will go on to play in the Premier League with or without Leeds.
Where do you hope to be next season?
Much like this season, the aim will be to finish in the play-offs but I can't see it so the top 10 would be a good season if we can use it to bed in some of the promising youngsters then that'd be a bonus too.
Who is your player of the season?
No players had an 'outstanding' season but the best of a bad bunch would be the captain Paul McShane, a solid centre-half at Championship level and a real leader in a squad that lacks them. Was a brilliant bit of business getting him in for free.
Who is your Danger Man?
Ola John for sure, the winger on loan from Benfica has really come to life since christmas and torn apart most Right backs hes faced this season
Owner: Good or Bad?
A bit of both really, while they should be applauded for coming into the club when we were on the brink of administration in Summer 2014 and providing support for Clarke last summer, the investment has been fairly limited with a lot of expensive loanees and no real net spending.
Recent developments with the land surrounding the stadium set to be developed could be the true reason they bought the club but lets hope not.
Prediction for tomorrow? Score and scorers.
Mowatt, Antenucci, Williams, Vydra
A big thank you to Jake Reilly to take time to answer our questions.
By Keith Ingham