Reading recorded the highest crowd in League One last weekend for their 2-1 defeat against near-neighbours Wycombe Wanderers.

The Royals, averaging 13,933 across the division, had their highest turnout of the season so far with 15,038 going through the turnstiles for the Berks-Bucks Derby.

It was the 1,652 Chairboys fans who left the SCL Stadium happy after Beryly Lubala converted an 88th-minute penalty to win in RG2 for the first time.

Big hitters Bolton Wanderers and Derby County were away from home, leaving the Royals with the largest crowd across the division.

Barnsley, hammered 5-1 at home to Lincoln City, saw a crowd of 14,158 at Oakwell while Charlton Athletic, Blackpool and Wigan Athletic all had crowds of more than 10,000 at the Valley and DW Stadium respectively.

In comparison, Burton Albion and Stevenage saw under 4,000 pass through the turnstiles at the Pirelli Stadium and the Lamex Stadium.

Reading have just four home matches remaining, as well as tough away trips to Bolton, Derby and Barnsley.