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Ivar will do the business

On loan Kizhanishvili has featured in the Royals last 3 league games but because of he featured for Blackburn in the 3rd round of the FA Cup he was forced to miss the Royals 5th round tie against West Brom. He will again sit out as we travel to the Hawthorns for the replay on Wednesday but he has tipped Ingimarsson to fill in without any problems.


Club captain Ingimarsson was dropped for the last 2 league games after suffering a dip in form but will return to the side against the Baggies. Kizhanishvili told the Reading Post, 'It's disappointing for me not to play but we have enough defenders and quality to play the game. Ivar is coming back so he should be fit and we can do well.'


The Georgian international has performed well alongside Matt Mills but is going to be backing his team mates at the Hawthorns.


'I'll travel with the boys, watch the game and support the team. It's a big game for us and I think we can do it.'





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Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 23 2010

Time: 9:17PM

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Ivar has been poor this season, he will need to up his game if we are to get a result at West Brom
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