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Royals aim for three more points on the road on Tuesday night

26 September 2017

Here's everything you need to know ahead of the Royals' trip to South London on Tuesday night...

Millwall vs Reading
Tuesday 26th September 2017
Sky Bet Championship
The Den
7.45pm kick-off

The Royals go into Tuesday night's match at Millwall hoping for a third consecutive game unbeaten on the road, with a victory at Birmingham City and a point at Brentford in their last two ventures out of RG2.

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Following a late equaliser from Jon Dadi Bodvarsson at Madejski Stadium against Hull City on Saturday, the striker hopes to continue to add to his tally throughout this season, following a lively performance off the bench at the weekend.

After a sold-out away following at Griffin Park last time we were on the road, the Royals will need all of your support once again as we head into London on Tuesday.

The Lions sit one point and two places above the Royals in the Championship table as things stand, and Jaap Stam's side will hope for a repeat of the 3-1 victory against Millwall in the Carabao Cup last month.

Neil Harris' men will surely be a different proposition in front of their own fans, though, with another tight affair expected between the two teams. Don't miss it!

 

Away fan guide

Click here to view Millwall's guide for getting to The Den for visiting supporters.

Travel

Supporters' Trust at Reading (STAR) offer travel to all away games, details of which can be found by following the link here.

For fans travelling by car, please be advised that there is NO on-site parking available at The Den, with Millwall recommending travelling by public transport, full details of which through the link under 'Away fan guide'.

There is, however, a walkway link to The Den for away supporters only on Millwall matchdays in close proximity to the stadium. 

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Odds

Championship sponsors, Sky Bet, make the hosts 21/20 to take all three points at The Den on Tuesday, with the Royals priced at 13/5 for a victory on their travels. You can get odds of 12/5 for the spoils to be shared.

Following his second goal in Royals colours on Saturday, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson is 2/1 to add to that total against Millwall.

After a couple of tasty efforts at goal from midfield at the weekend, Joey van den Berg is an outside bet to score any time at 11/2.

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Officials

Andrew Madley will be the man in the middle as the Royals take on the Lions on Tuesday night. He has already overseen a Royals' away day this season, our narrow 1-0 defeat at Preston North End in August. Madley has averaged around 2.3 yellow cards per match so far this season, without sending anyone off as yet.

He will be assisted by Neil Davies and Lee Venamore at The Den in midweek, with Andy Woolmer completing the officiating team as fourth official.

Tickets

An Adult ticket for Tuesday night's match costs £23, and £14 for anyone aged 60 and over. 12-15 year-olds get in for £10, and anyone aged 11 and under costs just £5.

Ticket sales stop at Madejski Stadium at midday on Tuesday, but tickets are available on the door at The Den on Tuesday evening. There is no price increase on the door, and cash and card payments will be taken at the North Stand Ticket Office at the ground prior to the game.

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

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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