West Ham United's reserves are back in action this evening against Reading after last week's fixture against Derby County was postponed.
The game is to be played at the Woodside Park home of Bishop's Stortford at 7pm. West Ham United are third in the southern section of the Barclays Premier Reserve League, two points behind leaders Aston Villa and a point adrift of tonight's visitors - although both teams have a game in hand. Reading have already confirmed their lineup with several first-team regulars included such as Ulises De La Cruz, Ibrahima Sonko, Michael Duberry, Kalifa Cisse, Bobby Convey and Dave Kitson.
With the Derby fixture to be rearranged, Kevin Keen's men are also due to finish up the campaign with trips to Brentford and Barnet to take on Chelsea and Arsenal on 31 March and 21 April respectively. whufc.com will have details of the new Derby date as soon as confirmed. For more information on getting to Woodside Park, click here. Admission is £5 for adults and £2 for concessions, while season ticket holders get in free.