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Good turnout expected for Saints

Good turnout expected for Saints

Reading's upcoming game with Championship leaders Southampton is expecting a good turnout with around 20,000 fans, with over 4,000 coming from the travelling support.

The game is on Saturday 22nd October and will kick off at 5.20. It will also be aired on Sky Sports but despite this, the biggest crowd of the season is expected.

The last time Southampton visited the Madejski Stadium it was a 2-1 win for the visitors, with former Royals target Bradley Wright-Phillips scoring a brace.

In other ticket news, tickets for Reading's away game with Crystal Palace has gone on sale today, with Reading recieveing an intial allocation of 1,000 seats but will most probably rise.

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Date:Friday October 7 2011
Time: 1:08PM

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