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8 November 2013

Info for Rangers clash

Reading vs Queens Park Rangers - Championship
Saturday 9th November, 12.15pm
Madejski Stadium - click here to buy tickets

Team news

Reading: Striker Billy Sharp has had a full week of training under his belt, though Danny Williams has had a slight reaction after his return from a foot injury earlier this week.

QPR: Midfielder Gary O'Neil has recovered from a knock and is fit for tomorrow's game, while Alejandro Faurlin is out after suffering a cruciate injury.

Tickets
An attendance of over 20,000 is expected for tomorrow's game. Buy now by calling 0844 249 1871 or visiting www.readingfcdirect.co.uk. Buy online before 9am on Saturday, before 5pm in person at the ticket office or before 8pm at the Oracle store to benefit from the cheaper advanced prices (below).

Prices

Lower West, East, North & South
Member Advance
Non-member Advance
Matchday
Adult
£25
£27
£30
Concessions (17-21 or 65 and over)£17
£19
£22
16 and Under
£10
£11
£12
Upper West



Adult
£30
£32
£35
Concessions (17-21 or 65 and over)£22
£24
£27
16 and Under
£15
£16
£17

In quotes
Royals boss Nigel Adkins: "The players' mind-set has been good throughout the week, we’ve had some honest conversations. We’ve got to go out there with a kick up the backside from last week."

Reading winger Garath McCleary: "I’m sure it will be a very good game on Saturday against a team that are right up there looking to get back to the Premier League like us."

QPR goalkeeper Rob Green: "Reading will be looking to react. They are always strong at home. It’s another tough game but this league is full of them."

Rangers midfielder Gary O'Neil: “I expected Reading to be up there at the end of the season and even after that (Sheff Weds) defeat they are fifth. They are good at home so it will be a tough match."

Royals remember
The Royals are set to remember the Reading players killed in the First and Second World Wars this weekend, prior to the game. A service will be held at 10.30am outside our Players' Entrance, where wreaths will be laid at the newly erected Memorial wall - and fans are invited to come and pay their respects. Click here for more.



Odds - See loads of great odds here: www.skybet.com/reading
- Royals 13/8 to win
- Gunter 33/1 to score first
- Reading to be 3-1 up at half time 80/1

Head-to-head

Reading wins: 37
Draws: 19
QPR wins: 27

Last five
Premier League - Sun 28 Apr 2013 - Readin 0 - 0 QPR    
Premier League - Sun 04 Nov 2012 - QPR 1 - 1 Reading    
Capital One Cup - Wed 26 Sep 2012 - QPR 2 - 3 Reading    
Championship - Fri 04 Feb 2011 - Reading 0 - 1 QPR    
Championship - Sat 06 Nov 2010 - QPR 3 - 1 Reading

Officials
Referee: A Taylor
Assistants: P Bankes & J Flynn
Fourth Official: Neil Swarbrick

Matchday activities
There's tons going on ahead of the game on Saturday! Click here to download our Guide to the Game.

Shirt Printing
If you haven't already, why not get your new Royals shirt! The North Stand printing area will be open on Saturday and you can also order your kit at www.readingfcdirect.co.uk.

#MyTownMyClub
Send us your matchday moment image from the game by tweeting #MyTownMyClub - and you could win a great prize!

Matchday Programme
There's loads in the QPR issue, including a special remembrance feature - click here for more information. Remember if you missed an issue, you can always buy online at www.readingfcdirect.co.uk



Travel
Because it's an early kick off, bus departure times have changed accordingly. Please click here for more information.

Food
- Supporters can get hold of Beer and Hotdog tokens from both the West and the East stand. Tokens can be bought from the bar as well as from a hawker and pick up their items from the collection point at half time. Supporters in the Upper stands can also order from their phone on the move - click here for more info.
- Don't forget about Kingsley's lunch bag! Youngsters can order food to their seat up to 15 minutes before click off. Click here for more information.

After the game?
The North Stand concourse will be open for an hour after full time so supporters can have a drink or snack after the match!

Live Commentary
Unable to make the game on Saturday? Reading FC Player has it covered! We bring you LIVE Commentary from every match - home and away - thanks to the Royals online TV channel and BBC Radio Berkshire.
Subscribers can tune in before any Royals fixture and enjoy the informative pre-match build-up and full commentary courtesy of Tim Dellor and Royals legends Ady Williams & Mick Gooding. It's only 10p a day! Click here.



For more free video clips, head to our Youtube page - while more videos are exclusively on Reading FC Player.

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