Not make-or-break - Rosenior

LIAM Rosenior is looking forward to playing against his parent club on Saturday.

Carl Marston

LIAM Rosenior is looking forward to playing against his parent club on Saturday.

But although both Ipswich Town and Reading are in the bottom four, he doesn't see it as a make-or-break game for either club.

“I don't think there's any defining games in the Championship, until you get to the last 10 or 12 games,” insisted Town full-back Rosenior, who is on loan from the Royals for the season.


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“This league is about runs. If you can put one together, you can climb the table very quickly.

“We (Reading) finished fourth last year. I look at the squad we had there and the squad we've got here, and there's not a lot of difference.”

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Rosenior can play against his parent club. There is no clause in the deal preventing him from featuring at the Madejski Stadium.

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