Reading will be backed by nearly 2,000 travelling supporters for this month's trip to Wycombe Wanderers, with tickets selling out in under a week.

Geographically among the closest matches for Reading this season, the 1,800 tickets were expected to be snapped up quickly.

This is despite the Royals going 12 months without a victory on the road, stretching back to November 2022 at Hull City.

There are almost three weeks until the fixture, the first league meeting with the Chairboys since 2020.

However, this is the first league clash that fans can attend for over 20 years, as the 2019/20 and 2020/21 seasons were largely behind closed doors due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Despite relegation last season, and the club currently sitting bottom of the third tier, away crowds have increased this season with more than 2,500 at Charlton Athletic and sell-outs at Leyton Orient and Northampton Town.

This coming Saturday Reading are making their first ever trip to Shrewsbury Town's Croud Meadow, and more than 1,000 are travelling from Berkshire to Shropshire.