Reading's annual Inflatable Party has been given the green light to go ahead this year by Huddersfield Town.

Set up to be a tense occasion, with both sides likely to be fighting for survival come May 8, over 1300 Royals have already booked tickets.

Another 1,000 have been given to the club, with over two weeks until the big match.

Always a sight to behold, the supporters have been taking inflatables to the final away match of the season for years, with some famous days at the likes of Burton Albion and Cardiff City in recent seasons.

Supporters Trust at Reading [STAR] have since confirmed that the Terriers have given the supporters permission to take inflatables into the away end at the John Smith's Stadium.

This proved controversial last season as Luton Town stewards confiscated hundreds of items before kick-off in the 1-0 defeat at Kenilworth Road.

Some managed to sneak them in, deflating them and stuffing them into bags before reflating inside the ground.