With Reading only having received 2,000 tickets for Saturday's play-off semi-final first leg away at Fulham, chances are most of you reading this will have to settle for watching on the TV, online, or getting a good old fashion dose of radio based commentary.
However you take it in, chances are you'll need something to hide behind, someone to hug, a non-living preferably soft object to kick in frustration and a source of carbonated goodness, be it alcohol or something softer (#drinkaware folks).
Fulham v Reading TV Coverage
UK: Sky Sports 2 - Coverage from 5.15pm (BST)
For us here in the UK, the viewing option is rather simple, tune into Sky Sports 2 from 5.15pm on Saturday evening! If you don't want to fork over money for Sky long-term, you can get a day pass to the Sky backed Now TV service, which'll cost you just under £7 for a day pass.
If you're abroad you're not in as much luck. Currently the game is only due to be screened on delay after full-time. We'll let you know if that changes.
Fulham v Reading: Live Streams
UK: Sky Go
If you're out and about or not connected to those systems, your best option in the UK is to use Sky Go.
Further abroad Bein Sports and Fubo.TV are good legal destinations if they're available in your region.
Fulham v Reading: Radio Coverage
Online: Reading FC Player
It's good old fashioned BBC Radio Berkshire, where Tim Dellor, Ady Williams and Mick Gooding will guide you through the action. Their commentary will be blocked during the game for online listeners, however you can listen in online if you subscribe to the Reading FC Player.
Fulham v Reading: The Tilehurst End
We'll be doing our best to update you live from Craven Cottage, with a Facebook Live pre and post-game show from those of us heading down to West London. We'll also have a Tilehurst End Podcast before the start of the second leg.
Then you'll be able to take in a report and ratings put together by our own Podcasting Hulk, Mr Handbags Harris.