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Royals skipper targets maximum points

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Reading captain Ivar Ingimarsson has targeted a win over Ipswich this weekend as the Royals look to climb away from the foot of the Championship.

Brendan Rodgers' side picked up a vital three points at Coventry last weekend and host Ipswich on Saturday - who are fresh from their first win of the season.

"There has been a lot of pressure on Ipswich as they are one of the teams that have spent quite a lot of money in this league," Ingimarsson said. "We want to go into that game and get three points, they are a team that are close to us in the league and we don't want them to get any closer."

He added: "Every game that goes by is obviously better for me after my knee injury but I want to become more consistent and play well for long spells."

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