Reading are to release 200 tickets for next month's clash at Bristol Rovers following returns.

A first trip to the Memorial Ground for over 20 years, the allocation of just over 1,300 sold out within two days.

However, the tie was rescheduled due to this week's international break and will now take place on Tuesday, April 9.

200 tickets were refunded following the moved date and will go on sale from 10am this morning.

Only four teams have averaged more away fans in the third tier this season, with more than 1,200 travelling on average per match.

Meanwhile, Reading have launched mini season tickets for the final three home matches as they look to increase attendances and bring forward revenue ahead of the battle to beat the drop.

More than 15,000 have attended the last two home matches as Ruben Selles' squad continue to fight the odds and push toward League One survival.