The 13 men arrested for 'violent disorder' at December's Thames Valley Derby between Reading and Oxford United have been released on bail, but are banned from attending football fixtures while 'under investigation.'

The Royals travel to the Kassam Stadium on Saturday for the first meeting between the sides in Oxford for over 20 years, with the kick-off brought forward to a 12.30 kick-off following discussions with the Thames Valley Police.

The suspects, aged between 25 to 58 were arrested following disorder on Friar Street and Station Approach in Reading related the last clash.

Last month's 1-1 draw saw violence in the town centre before the match and at the Select Car Leasing Stadium, with 10 arrested on the night and another 13 in subsequent weeks.

Thames Valley Police has confirmed to the Reading Chronicle that all those arrested have now been bailed bailed pending further investigation, but will be banned from attending fixtures while under an investigation.

More than 2,000 Royals fans are making the trip, with the away end selling out inside 48 hours.