Reading fans have turned out in their numbers for the final day trip to Huddersfield Town, selling out an initial allocation of over 1200 in under five hours.

The Royals, sat precariously inside the bottom three, will travel to relegation rivals Huddersfield on Monday, May 8.

With two matches before that, it is still unknown the full extent of the importance of the trip to Yorkshire.

However, the supporters have booked up and an extra 1100 tickets have been issued to the club.

A full sell-out would make it the largest away following of the season, while nearly 2,000 have gone to the likes of Bristol City and Queens Park Rangers earlier in the campaign.

Reciprocating 'Twenty's Plenty' tickets are just £20 for adults and £10 for children at the John Smith's Stadium.

The Terriers' boss, Neil Warnock, adds an extra layer of spice to the occasion. Now 74, the former Sheffield United and Cardiff City boss has clashed with the Royals numerous times down the years.

Tickets are still available.