Fans will be hoping for a Reading win and a place in the fourth round which will provide the chance to possibly play top Premiership opposition.
All stands will be open for the game, and unless you choose to sit in the Upper West, providing you pre-book, you will have to pay just £12 for an adult ticket and £8 for a concession (under 16, student or over 65). A throwback to the cheap old days when we were in Division Two!
However, should you choose to leave it until matchday you will have to pay £15 for an adult ticket and £11 for a concession.
Those who think the Upper West is best (whatever floats your boat we say), will be charged £15 for adults or £10 for under 16s / students / over 65s if you prebook. On matchday you will be charged £18 or £12 to sit in the West Upper.
Season tickets will not be valid for this game so season tickets wishing to attend the match will be issued with a paper ticket. Seats will be reserved for season ticket holders until Friday only, so you better get in quick!
Tickets are already on sale to season ticket holders, they will go on general sale tomorrow. Interest in this game is likely to be low if we get a poor draw in the next round of the cup, but expect a bumper crowd should top opposition await the victors!