Charlton Athletic fans have sold out their full allocation for Saturday's trip to Reading for the big crunch clash between two relegation-threatened sides.

The Royals edged out of the drop zone on goal difference last night following a 1-0 win over promotion-chasing Stevenage, with Port Vale dropping in at their expense.

Charlton, who beat Reading 4-0 at the Valley before Christmas, have lost four of their last five matches and now sit above the Royals on goal difference.

Saturday will mark the first match of a new era for the Addicks, with former Luton and Southampton boss Nathan Jones taking over from Michael Appleton on Sunday.

2,963 supporters are making the trip from South-East London to the SCL Stadium.

This will be the second meeting between the two teams in Berkshire this season, with Reading winning a penalty shootout in the EFL Trophy against Charlton in the round of 32.