Reading V Brighton SOLD OUT

By Rob Cooper
Last updated : 18 November 2002
Withdean Stadium
Withdean Stadium
The Royals make the relatively short journey to the South Coast on Saturday 30th November to play Brighton & Hove Albion.

The match will be watched by a sell out crowd at the 6,000 capacity Withdean Stadium as the Seagulls have sold all their tickets for the fixture.

Tickets for Reading fans went on sale today but all 756 of the pieces of gold dust were snapped up within hours as the match was declared a sell out.

Reading will face up with Zamora and Co for the first time this season at the end of the month after two explosive encounters last season as the two sides both made their way to automatic promotion from Division Two.

Revenge will certainly be what Reading want as the Seagulls beat Reading to the title, taking four points out of a possible six off them during the seasons two encounters.

Whilst Reading have flourished this season the Seagulls have struggled. They sacked manager Martin Hinshelwood after just a few months in charge in order to stop the rot and move clear of the Division's basement.

Their improved form in recent weeks should make for a cracking encounter at the Withdean. Should you be one of the thousands without a ticket then you could listen on the radio or alternatively you could get the latest minute by minute with Footymad's Matchday live section at http://footymad.sportbox.tv.

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