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Reading FC v Fulham FC: Game Time, TV Channel, And How To Watch Championship Play-offs Online

Didn't manage to nab a ticket for the game? No problem, we've got you covered.

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This game was always going to be a sell out. With everything to play for after the 1-1 draw at Craven Cottage, it's good to see the Mad Stad will be full of fans cheering on their team.

If you didn't grab a ticket, or are busy with, y'know, life, then there are a few options you've got to keep in the loop.

TV Coverage

UK: Sky Sports 3 - Coverage from 7.30pm (BST)


If you're a Sky customer, you just need to tune in to Sky Sports 3 from 7.30pm. Or head to a local pub and ask them to switch over.

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.

Live Streams

UK: Sky Go

Elsewhere: , BeinSportsConnect

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.

Radio Coverage

UK: BBC Radio Berkshire

Online: Reading FC Player

Tim Dellor, Ady Williams and Mick Gooding will guide you through the action if you tune in to BBC Radio Berkshire in the old-school way. Their commentary will be blocked during the game for online listeners. You can listen in online if you subscribe to the Reading FC Player, though.

Here on The Tilehurst End

We'll be doing our best to update you live, with a Facebook Live pre and post-game show, as well as some tweets.

Then you'll be able to take in a report and ratings put together after the game — whatever the result.