Reading fans will pay no more than £20 for the trip to Cardiff City next month after Twenty's Plenty was reciprocated, the first fixture to do so in 2023.

The Royals, who previously charged no more than £20 for any club, announced in the summer that they would only offer £20 tickets to clubs who offered the same deal in the reversed fixture.

So far just four sides have done so, namely Watford, Swansea City, Hull City and Birmingham City, but the trip to the Welsh capital will mark the first such fixture of the calendar year.

Always a popular trip for Reading fans to make, it has not been helped that Sky Sports have moved to fixture Friday, February 17, with no trains running back to Berkshire after the match.

An initial allocation of 1,588 tickets has been offered.

Adults will pay £20 at the Cardiff City Stadium, while Seniors fork out just £15, £11 for those under 21 and £8 for children under 15.

Blackburn Rovers and Huddersfield Town are among the sides offering the same deal in the remainder of the campaign.