Reading return from the four week World Cup break with the visit of Coventry City, in front of a bumper crowd at the SCL Stadium.

Here are five players who played for both in the last 20 years.

Reading Chronicle:

Ady Williams

Reading born and bred, the former Wales international was a key component of successful sides at both Elm Park and SCL Stadium.

Rising through the ranks, Williams scored in the 1995 play-off final defeat to Bolton Wanderers at the Old Wembley before leaving for Wolves in 1996.

After an injury-hit spell at Molinuex, he returned in 2000 and played another 150+ matches.

Leaving for good in 2004, he moved to the Sky Blues on a free transfer.

Playing 35 times for the Midlanders before leaving in 2006, Williams is now best known for his work at BBC Radio Berkshire.

Reading Chronicle:

Jay Tabb

A Championship title winner with Reading in 2012, Tabb was a much-loved figure at the club during the successful first spell of Brian McDermott's.

Starting his career with six years, and over 150 appearances, with Brentford, Coventry signed him in 2006 on a three-year deal.

A fan favourite, he won Player of the Season in 2007/08 and racked up over 100 appearances in two-and-a-half seasons.

Steve Coppell brought Tabb into the club where he stayed for five years.

He ended his career with Ipswich Town, before moving into rugby union and horse racing.

Dom Hyam

Slightly cheating, Hyam failed to register a first team appearance in his nine years with the club.

Making the bench a handful of times, he got action with the Under-21s and loan spells in the non-league game.

Released under Jaap Stam, he went on to establish himself as one of the most gifted young defenders in the EFL, playing over 200 times for the Sky Blues.

Now 26, he joined promotion-chasing Blackburn Rovers in the summer.

Reading Chronicle:

Marc McNulty

After an incredible season of 23 goals in 42 matches for Coventry City, McNulty joined Reading in 2018.

Just one goal in 13 appearances, and four loan moves, saw the disappointing spell come to an end over the summer.

He is currently without a club.

Reading Chronicle:

Scott Dann

A teammate of Tabb's at the CBS Stadium, Dann spent 18 months with the Sky Blues but managed to work his way up to captain by the age of 22.

Playing just 51 times, Birmingham City forked out £4m for the Liverpudlian in 2009, spending the next decade as a Premier League regular.

Enjoying time at Blackburn Rovers, it is Crystal Palace where he is most synonomous - playing 181 times in eight seasons.

Joining Reading at the beginning of last season, he has played just 18 times in an injury ravaged spell.