Bournemouth have had a great start to the season, winning ten of their first 14 games as they sit pretty at the top of the Championship, five points clear of second-placed Fulham.
Reading meanwhile have had a mixed start, losing four of their first five games in August, before winning four of their next six in September. They have however lost their last two games, leaving them in 13th place.
Reading have a side full of quality, but will they be the first to beat Scott Parker's side?
Reading had Felipe Araruna return from a year out with injury this week when he started for their U23 side, however he is not fully fit so is unlikely to feature, likewsie with Tom Holmes. Femi Azeez was forced off with another hamstring injury against Blackburn Rovers last weekend. The Royals still have a number of key players out injured, including the likes of Lucas Joao, Yakou Meite, Michael Morrison and Andy Rinomhota.
Bournemouth could be seeing midfielder Lewis Cook feature for the first time since March after recovering from a knee injury. Winger Junior Stanislas is also unavailable with a hamstring injury.
Southwood; Yiadom, Moore, Dann, Rahman, Laurent, Drinkwater, Dele-Bashiru, Swift, Ejaria, Puscas.
Travers; Stacey, Cahill, Kelly, Zemura, Lerma, Kilkenny, Billing, Christie, Solanke, Anthony.
Ones to watch
The midfielder has been one of the best players in the Championship this season, scoring eight goals so far this season and having six assists too. Who knows how far Reading will get if they can keep him fit.
The striker has carried on his form from last season in terrific style, socring ten goals in the opening 14 games. A fearsome striker with a venomous finish, Solanke is starting to show the potential that made him one of the hottest prospects in English football just a few years ago.
How to watch
This match is on Saturday, October 30, and kicks-off at 20:00 BST. This match is available to watch on Sky Sports Football.