Wednesday v Reading
2 November 2013
Owls Foundation Members are reminded that this is the first ‘Foundation Day’ of the season, when Members can use their voucher to obtain one ticket for just £15 in any stand.
Prices start from £25 for adults on the Kop, although in the Family Area within the Grandstand, the club has introduced individual prices for juniors under 8s at £8 and under 13s for £10.
These prices are available only for tickets purchased in the Ticket Office or online.
Tickets are available to purchase in advance from the Ticket Office, online by CLICKING HERE or by telephone on 0871 900 1867 (£2 booking fee per person).
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Owls: Matty Fryatt is in line to start for Wednesday having extended his loan stay by a further month.
The striker scored twice in five appearances during his first month at Hillsborough.
Jose Semedo will serve the second game of his three-match ban.
David Prutton (ankle) is ruled out, while Seyi Olofinjana could make his first appearance on home soil after re-signing for the club last week.
Reading: Wayne Bridge (knee) is a doubt for the Royals but Nigel Adkins has cover for the former England international with Stephen Kelly available.
The Royals have injury concerns with Billy Sharp, Alex McCarthy, Royston Drenthe, Danny Williams, Jem Karacan, Jason Roberts and Mikele Leigertwood all struggling ahead of Saturday’s game.
Latest from Sky Bet
Owls to win 2-0 14/1
1-1 draw 11/2
Drawing at half time, Owls win at full time 6/1
Matty Fryatt to score first 6/1
Reda Johnson to score first 14/1
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27 February 2010
Reading 5-0 Owls
(Kebe 42, 71, Rasiak 45, 65, Church 52)
Head to head
One to watch – Garath McCleary
The ex-Forest man is leading the way in terms of assists at the Madejski this season with five to his name.
Also noted for his goalscoring ability, McCleary, who was crowned as Forest’s Player of the Season in May 2012 before joining the Royals, has notched one goal so far this term in his side’s 4-1 win over Doncaster last month.