The League One relegation battle continues to heat up this coming weekend- but without the involvement of Reading.

Due to five international call-ups, the Royals' planned trip to the Memorial Ground to face Bristol Rovers will now take place on Tuesday, April 16.

However, three third-tier fixtures are still going ahead on Saturday while 11 of the 12 scheduled League Two matches are still on.

Two of Saturday's three League One matches involve the relegation battle, including a meeting of two teams below the Royals in the fight for survival.

19th-place Burton Albion, sat three points behind Reading, host 23rd-place Port Vale.

A win for the Brewers, who have picked up one point from their last 15 available, would lift them level on points with Ruben Selles' team and level on games played.

Bottom club Carlisle United host play-off chasing Stevenage, looking to cut the gap to safety from the current 16.

Reading's next opponents, on Good Friday, Northampton Town host promotion-chasing Derby County at Sixfields.

Cheltenham Town and Cambridge United, two teams behind Reading in the standings, are not in action this weekend but both have games in hand over the Royals.