Reading are to find out their EFL Trophy Round of 32 opponents this week, with four potential draws already public knowledge.

The Royals topped their group, plundering 19 goals in three matches against Exeter City, Swindon Town and Arsenal Under-21s.

Guaranteed to be at home, the draw remains regionalised until the semi-final stage.

Matches are set to take place on December 5, while the full draw takes place on Sky Sports at 6.30 pm on Friday, November 24.

Reading are ball number seven.

Due to the complex nature of the draw, each region is split into two.

This means each club has four potential opponents known before the balls are drawn.

One of Brighton and Hove Albion Under-21; Charlton Athletic; AFC Wimbledon or Colchester United will visit Berkshire next month with hopes of progressing into the Round of 16.

Reading have never won the Bristol Street Motors Trophy, but have reached the quarter-final on multiple occasions.

In three EFL Trophy matches, the side have already scored more than in all 16 League One games to date.