Almost 1200 away tickets have been sold for the trip to Cardiff City this evening, with tickets available tonight from the Cardiff City Stadium.

Reciprocating 'Twenty's Plenty', it is one of the more affordable matches to attend in the remaining 15 Championship fixtures.

Take a look below for prices, pubs and train times.


Priced at £20 for adults and as low as £8 for under 15s, well over 1000 have taken advantage of sales ahead of matchday.

However, the Reading Chronicle understands that tickets will be on sale at the ground ahead of kick-off, as well as until 12pm on today from the club website.

It is unsure as to whether there will be an increase in price from the stadium.

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A notoriously difficult place for away fans to visit back in the day, all pubs around the immediate vicinity of the ground are for home fans only.

However, with the ground just a 30 minute walk from the centre of Cardiff, there will be no shortage of boozers and restuarants for Royals fans to enjoy.

According to FootballGroundsGuide, Gol Centre on Lawrenny Avenue and Canton Rugby Football Club are other viable options for away supporters outside the city centre.

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With the match now being picked for broadcast live on Sky Sports, the kick-off time has caused Reading supporters no end of issues.

Getting to the match is no problem, with plenty of trains available from the Royal County to the Welsh capital.

However, the last train home is at 9.30pm- a time at which the match will still be going on.

This means that the only viable options are to drive down the M4- which is one of the easier journeys of the season- use the coaches provided by Supporters Trust at Reading or stay overnight.