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Ahead of the game | Plenty at stake against Stoke

A preview of Saturday’s match at Madejski Stadium

30 November 2018

Back at Madejski Stadium again this weekend – we take on Stoke City as we look to keep up a decent run of results on home turf.

Fixture News

Exclusive Gylfi Sigurðsson Long Read in The Royal!

30 November 2018

We have taken 10 points from our last five home fixtures… scoring plenty in the process!  We’re showing plenty of positive signs in RG2 and we’ll need to be at the races on Saturday.

That’s because the Potters haven’t been easily beaten in recent weeks.  They’re unbeaten in six (four of those have been draws) and despite playing an hour with ten men in midweek against Derby County, Gary Rowett’s side still came away with a 2-1 win.

It has been over six years since we last welcomed the Potters to Madejski Stadium… and they have never won on any of their nine league visits to our current home; an exception being their FA Cup triumph in 1998, just months after the stadium opened.


Adult tickets start from only £20 at Madejski Stadium for Members, so make sure you're here to back the boys on Saturday! 

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All of our usual travel options are available for this match, with Park & Ride, matchday bus services and stadium parking all available.

To see a full list of travel options, click here.

Pre-match chat

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