More than 1,200 Reading fans are making the trip to promotion candidates Bolton Wanderers, making the use of the hosts' 'Community Day' and heavily discounted tickets.

A first trip to the Toughsheet Stadium since 2019, Ian Evatt's Trotters sit third in League One and are targeting a return to the second tier after a five- year spell in the lower leagues.

Tickets for the fixture on Easter Monday will be available at the reduced price of just £10 for adults and £5 for concessions, with more than 22,000 set to be in attendance.

Supporters can head to the Premier Suite between 11am and 3pm to experience a celebration of culture, dance and music with over 30 interactive community group stalls.

A musical parade will travel around the perimeter of the stadium at 12pm, 1pm and 2pm. 

Neil Hart, Chief Executive Officer at a Bolton Wanderers in the Community said: “We’re delighted to bring supporters our third and final Community Day of the season.

“We hope with these great prices, fans will make the most of Easter Monday football and fill out the Toughsheet Community Stadium!"

Reading have averaged more than 1,000 away from home across the season, with sell-outs at grounds such as Portsmouth, Oxford United and Wycombe Wanderers.

Ruben Selles' side sit six points clear of the relegation zone with seven matches remaining.

Reading host Northampton Town on Good Friday.