Reading FC have confirmed that they have sold out their allotted ticket allocation for this month’s fixture away at Wycombe Wanderers.

The Chairboys will host the Royals on November 25 in what will be the first encounter between the two sides in three seasons.

It will also be the first time since February 2002 that the Berkshire outfit will visit the Hillbottom Road venue with spectators for a league game.

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The two sides last met during the 2020/21 season, but both games were played behind closed doors due to the global Covid-19 pandemic.

Additionally, the last time Reading travelled to Adams Park with supporters was in August 2019, when the ex-Premier League side took on the Chairboys in the first round of the EFL Cup.

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The fixture would finish 1-1 after extra time with Alex Samuel scoring for Wanderers and George Puscas netting for the Royals, before the away team won the fixture via a penalty shootout.

In all, 1,948 away supporters will make the short trip to Buckinghamshire at the end of the month, with the tickets being sold out in less than a week.

Quick fire stats:

  • Wycombe and Reading have faced each other on 15 occasions with the latter being victorious nine times, whilst Wanderers’ three wins against the Royals have all come at home.
  • They will be the first league meetings between the two since the 2020/21 season, with being games finishing 1-0.
  • The fixture at the end of November will only be the ninth time that Wycombe and Reading have played each other since the turn of the century.