Reading boss Ruben Selles has confirmed that Andy Yiadom is the only player not available for selection as Northampton Town visit on Good Friday.

The Royals' skipper is serving a two-match suspension for his controversial sending-off at Derby County, but will return in time for Easter Monday's trip to promotion-chasing Bolton Wanderers.

Tom Holmes, who has not featured since returning on loan from Luton Town in January, has returned to full training and is available, while all international stars have made it back to Berkshire unscathed.

"Andy is out for the game on Friday but should be back for the Bolton game," the Spaniard confirmed. "Tom Holmes has been training with the group, so that makes him available for the game."

Five Royals stars appeared for their country over the international break, including Tyler Bindon turning out for New Zealand.

"Everyone is ready to go again," he added. "Jeriel Dorsett did not play with the national team, he had some problems, but we assessed him, and he will be available for tomorrow. Tivonge went with Zimbabwe but didn’t make his debut.

"Tyler Bindon played in full at right-back, somewhere he played for us, and Charlie didn’t play for Wales, but they always have a strong training process. We are happy that they can have this experience and we hope we can use that in our benefit."

Reading travel up to Lancashire and the Toughsheet Stadium for a second game in three days before a five-match run to end the season.