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Ahead of the game | Tykes in town on Tuesday

Reds to visit Royals in midweek

28 November 2017

Get the lowdown on Tuesday night's game between the Royals and Barnsley...

Reading vs Barnsley
Tuesday 28th November 2017
Sky Bet Championship
Madejski Stadium
8pm kick-off

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The Royals get straight back to league action on Tuesday night as Barnsley are the latest visitors to Madejski Stadium in the Championship.

With two battling draws in the past week against Bolton Wanderers and Sheffield Wednesday, Jaap Stam and his side will be hoping to turn one point into three against the Tykes under the Madejski Stadium lights.

Paul Heckingbottom's side are only separated from the Royals by goal difference as it stands in the Championship, so a win would see Reading leapfrog Tuesday's opponents in the league standings.

Should Liam Kelly play a part for the Royals against Barnsley, he will be making his 50th appearance in a senior shirt after graduating from the Academy! 

It's sure to be another tough match-up on Tuesday evening, with the visitors hoping to avenge a 2-0 defeat against Leeds United at the weekend.

 

Pre-match chat

Odds

Championship sponsors, Sky Bet, have made the Royals odds-on at 19/20 for three points on Tuesday night, with visitors Barnsley available at 14/5 for the win, and the draw is at 5/2.

Liam Moore is already on his best goalscoring return for a season, with three goals, and he is available at 13/2 to add to his tally against Barnsley. Yann Kermorgant has returned from injury and now has his sights on his first goal this season, and he is priced at 6/4 to score on Tuesday night.

NB: Odds are subject to change, and are correct at time of publication.

Officials

Darren Bond will be in charge at Madejski Stadium in his first Royals match of the season when the two sides walk out on Tuesday night. He has averaged around 3.5 cautions per match so far this term, with the red card being brandished just the once.

Bond will be assisted in RG2 by Mark Jones and Darren Blunden, with Andy Woolmer on hand as fourth official.

Travel

Club News

Madejski matchday parking options broader than ever before!

23 October 2017

There have been important changes in car parking and bus travel for the upcoming season, with parking at Madejski Stadium now having to be pre-booked online, as well as a continuation of our bus subsidies with Reading Buses. There are more places to park than ever before, though, so click here and find out what the best option is for you!

Tickets

For all ticketing enquiries, follow the link to our Ticket Office page or contact the Ticket Office by phone on 0118 968 1313. Our official online ticketing service www.readingfcdirect.co.uk sells seats for home and away games, and email enquiries can be sent to ticketing@readingfc.co.uk.

Click the button below for full selling information for this game.

Follow it live!

The best way to follow the game live is at Madejski Stadium in person, by getting behind the team!

But if you’re based in the UK or Ireland and can’t make it to the match, you can listen to every pass, tackle and goal with live audio commentary on iFollow for as little as £4.49 per month. Not only that, but our online subscription also allows you access to extended match highlights and exclusive interviews which you won’t see anywhere else.

And supporters based overseas will be able to watch live video of a majority of our games – including this one – by using iFollow.  Match passes are just £5, or you can sign up for the season for £110 (prices equated to your local currency).

As ever, we’ll also provide live updates on our Twitter and Facebook pages, and look out for our match photos on Instagram.  And head to Snapchat and find 'officialrfc' to follow our matchday story as it unfolds!

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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