After the international hiatus, it's back to action for the Royals as they prepare to take on tough opposition on Teesside...
Middlesbrough vs Reading
Saturday 14th September 2019, 3pm
Sky Bet Championship
Reading's final away match of 2018-19 saw Inflatables Day make its way up to the Riverside back in April. Despite Danny Loader's wonderstrike, and eventual Goal of the Season winner, giving the Royals the lead on the day, Boro battled back to take all three points on home soil.
Now under the guidance of former Boro and England defender, Jonathan Woodgate, Middlesbrough have a new-look side to take into the new season.
Boro's campaign started slowly, but they recovered to take five points from their last three matches, now sitting two places behind the Royals in the early stages of the Sky Bet Championship campaign.
For the Royals, manager José Gomes confirmed that Matt Miazga is recovering from his injury that he sustained against Huddersfield Town back in August, but Josh Barrett is doubtful for Saturday's game after illness in the week.
After a defeat before the international break, the squad will be determined to rectify that immediately and restart their momentum as they head into another busy run of games in league and cup.
Please head to our online Ticket Office here.
Tickets for this fixture are on advance sale until midday on Friday 13th September:
- Adults: £30
- 65 & Over: £20
- 17 & Under: £17
If you miss the advance deadline, don't worry. Tickets will be available on the day at the Riverside Stadium at no increase on advance costs, from a cash only till at the visitors' ticket office, near the away turnstiles.
It's the Royals' longest away journey of the season, based on travel distance from Madejski Stadium. Be sure to allow at least five hours for your trip, heading via the M1, M18, A1 and A19 up to Middlesbrough.
Away Fans Guide
Middlesbrough's Visiting Supporters Guide is available here.
Disabled Access Guide
Middlesbrough’s Disabled Supporters Guide is available here.
It is set to be a warm yet overcast day up on Teesside, but there's a long way to drive home so remember to pack an extra layer just in case.
We wish to politely remind supporters that the football club is responsible for their conduct at all matches (home or away) and any person committing a football-related offence or involved in serious misconduct at any match will result in a club ban. Examples of serious misconduct include discriminatory, offensive or abusive chanting, entering the pitch, persistent standing and throwing a missile. Supporters witnessing any incidents of serious misconduct are encouraged to report this to the football club by texting 80800, beginning your message with the word SAFE.