More than 500 Reading supporters are making the long midweek trip to Fleetwood Town this evening, a first-ever meeting at the Highbury Stadium.

Sat 23rd despite two wins in their last three matches, the Cod Army will be desperate to end the Royals' good run of form which has seen Ruben Selles' men move up to 18th in League One.

Managed by former Reading midfielder Charlie Adam, the reverse fixture in which Fleetwood won 2-1 in stoppage time at the SCL Stadium is the only other competitive meeting between the two sides.

Tickets are still available online until 10.30 am and are available on the gate in Lancashire.

Harrogate Town, Salford City, Morecambe, Accrington Stanley, Tottenham Hotspur, Sutton United, West Ham United and AFC Wimbledon remain the only other stadiums Reading have not played at in a competitive fixture, all of which will remain the case until at least next season.

Only four teams are averaging more away supporters per match than Reading this season, despite the club winning just two so far.

Next Saturday's trip to Portsmouth sold out inside four days while over 1,000 will be heading to Carlisle United on March 2.