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Match Previews

Ahead of the game | Blackburn back in RG2

A look forward to a return to Madejski Stadium

6 Hours ago

For the first time in three weeks, we have a home fixture at Madejski Stadium – Blackburn Rovers provide the opposition on Saturday in RG2.

Reading vs Blackburn Rovers
Sky Bet Championship
Saturday 21st September 2019
Madejski Stadium

Under the guidance of Tony Mowbray, the Lancashire side have been quietly going about their business. After a 15th place finish last term, following their promotion back to the second tier, they have made a solid start to the new campaign.

Two defeats from their first two looked concerning, but wins since against Middlesbrough, Hull City and Millwall have propelled Rovers into mid-table.

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Four clean-sheets from seven Championship outings suggest that the Lancashire side are a tough team to break down, too – so our boys will need to be on their mettle to leave with a victory this weekend.

We go into the game on the back of a defeat at Middlesbrough last time out – not the result we wished for, but a fine performance merited much more. This weekend, we’re hoping for the same kind of display but a better points-haul to show for it.

Pre-match chat

José Gomes: "They have a very good dynamic. Blackburn are playing very well, mixing youth energy with quality experienced players. We just need to keep our focus and do the things we can do properly. I'm sure we'll get good things in Saturday's game.”

Tom McIntyre: “Blackburn will be a direct team in some of the way that they plan, but we don’t need to worry about how they play too much. We will stick to our methods – try to play out from the back with some nice football, and hopefully get some goals this weekend.”

Tickets

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For full ticket information, including prices and how you can buy online, head here.

You can also visit our Ticket Office during opening hours or ring 0118 968 1313.

Travel

Parking paid on site on arrival on a first-come first-served basis at the cost of £10. There are also other options off site for our fans including buses and Park & Ride.

Please note that contactless payments are now being accepted for matchday parking at Madejski Stadium and the Old Greyhound Stadium.

For details on your full range of travel options, head here.

Weather

READING MADEJSKI STADIUM

Food & Drink

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There is a debut at Madejski Stadium for The Butty Bar this weekend - the latest in Blue Collar's matchday offerings for supporters at home games.

Make sure you follow @bluecollarfood on Twitter to find out their latest news, where they’ll be announcing what fantastic food outlets will be located where for the first fixture.

Also, please note that for the 2019-20 season, we are prioritising contactless card payments on kiosks within the concourses at Madejski Stadium - meaning quicker service for all. There will be only one cash till per kiosk so please ensure you have card payment if possible.

Matchday itinerary and opening times

Fanstore - 9am - 5.45pm (approx.)
Ticket Office - 
9am - half-time
Hospitality - 
12.30pm - 6.15pm
Jazz Café - 
12pm - 6pm

Fan Zone and Fun Zone open - 
1pm onwards
Gates open - 
1.30pm
Teams announced - 
2pm
Kick-off - 
3pm
Full-time - 
4.45pm (approx.)

Final F1 bus to Reading Station - 5.41pm

Reminder

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.

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