Reading's Under-23s will be playing two more matches at Madejski Stadium in the coming months, with the group stages of this season's Premier League Cup now arranged.
Scott Marshall's young Royals made it two wins out of two at the home of the first team this week, having swept Swansea City aside in RG2 on Monday night.
Having made it to the knockout stages of last season's Premier League Cup, the young Royals will hope to do the same again as they get set to embark on six matches in Group A over the coming months.
Our youngsters' Madejski matches will also take place in the mid-afternoon, with Colchester United coming to RG2 on Monday 7th October in the group curtain-raiser, with kick-off at 3pm.
Another afternoon trip to Woking FC follows, where Swansea City will try to make amends for a 5-0 loss against the Royals in the group stages of the Premier League Cup on Friday 8th November, 3pm kick-off.
In the third and final home tie, it's back to Madejski Stadium as Charlton Athletic's Under-23s will take on Marshall's men on Thursday 28th November at 3pm.
The reverse fixtures after the turn of the year will see the young Royals travel away from home in all three games. They have been scheduled to travel to Colchester on Friday 20th January, 7pm kick-off.
A trip to Landore training ground will host the reverse between Reading and the Swans, set to take place on Saturday 8th February, 1pm kick-off.
Lastly, the group stage rounds off with Marshall's side facing Charlton once again on Monday 24th February, 7pm kick-off at Princes Park, the home of Dartford FC.
Should Reading make it into the top two in qualifying, they will go through to the last 16 of the competition, which will take place later in the season.