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Blackburn Rovers v Reading

Reading travel to Blackburn on Saturday as the Premier League returns after the international break, and details of the match have been passed onto me.

BLACKBURN ROVERS v READING
Ewood Park - Saturday 20th October - Kick Off 3pm

Don't miss out on the action as Reading take on Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park on Saturday 20th October, at the traditional kick-off time of 3pm.

Steve Coppell's men will be thrilled if a large following make the trip as the team is looking for a much needed first league win of the season on away soil. If the game is anything like last season's epic at Ewood then fans are in for a treat. With both teams chasing a final day European place, the game finished 3-3, with the Royals coming from behind three times to finish 8th in the Premier League in their first season.

Using money from the new TV deal Blackburn have significantly reduced ticket prices for both home and away supporters. Match prices for Reading fans are just 7 for junior tickets, 10 for seniors and 20 for adult tickets.

Supporters can purchase tickets by phone (0870 999 1871) or in person at the Madejski Stadium Sales Centre. For more information visit readingfc.co.uk.

Tickets will be available on the day of the game for away supporters but buy in advance to avoid queuing.

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Date:Sunday October 14 2007

Time: 5:00PM

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It was very good of someone from Blackburn to get in contact with me. Obviously it will benefit them too, but I was happy to help.
Madejski Royal
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14/10/2007 16:38:00

Come on the Reading boys lets see ya at Ewood. Last season saw two tremendous and well contested games between Rovers and Reading so lets hope for more of the same. Good luck to you boys!
roversman
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15/10/2007 11:34:00

If that doesn't sell it to you people, nothing will!
Madejski Royal
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16/10/2007 14:16:00

 

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