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All you need to know as the Royals head to QPR in midweek

21 October 2019

After late heroics at the weekend, Reading's challenge is to back up their form from Saturday away to another team currently occupying one of the Sky Bet Championship's Play-Off places...

Fixture News

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20 October 2019

Queens Park Rangers vs Reading
Tuesday 22nd October, 7.45pm kick-off
Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium (Loftus Road)
Sky Bet Championship

Mark Warburton's QPR side have started the season very strongly, and they currently sit 5th in the Championship standings after a hard-fought victory against Hull City at the weekend.

The other R's were behind at the KCOM Stadium on Saturday, but a strike from Ryan Manning and two penalties from talented youngster, Ebere Eze were enough to earn all three points.

Since a loss to Cardiff at the start of the month, Warburton's men have struck back to score seven goals and earn six points out of six - a run they will aim to continue against the Royals.

One thing that will concern QPR fans, however, is that they are yet to keep a clean sheet in all competitions so far this season. 

Reading, meanwhile, got off to the best possible start under Mark Bowen at the weekend, as Matt Miazga's goal in the dying seconds earned the Royals a 1-0 win over high-flying Preston North End.

On the team news front, Andy Rinomhota will be hoping to be fit for Tuesday night's game, after missing out on Saturday's win through illness, while Charlie Adam is set to be assessed for a hamstring injury. Strikers, Lucas Boyé and Lucas João are longer-term absentees and will not be available for Reading's upcoming matches, while Yakou Méïté is also a doubt after going off injured at the weekend.

Reading are set to be backed by a strong away following at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium on Tuesday night, and there is still time for you to be there and back the boys. Check out ticket details below.


Pre-match chat

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Please head to our online Ticket Office here.

Tickets for this fixture are on sale until midday on Tuesday 22nd October, with price dependent on seat location:

  • Adults: £28-£33
  • 60 & Over: £19-£23
  • 18-23: £19-£23
  • 8-17: £13-£16
  • 7 & Under: Free when accompanied by an Adult

Please note that no tickets will be sold to Reading fans at the match, so you must buy your tickets before the midday deadline on Tuesday 22nd October.


Supporters' Trust At Reading (STAR) offer travel to every Reading away game, details of which can be found on the STAR website here.

If you are travelling by car to West London on Tuesday, please see directions to the game below.



It's set to be a cool, clear evening in White City as the Royals take on QPR, so we recommend bringing an extra layer for the second half in particular.


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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