Huddersfield Town travel to the Madejski Stadium this weekend looking to build on their flying start to the Championship season.
The 423 mile round trip will be undertaken by the players and fans, with over 1,000 supporters heading to the Mad Stad to see the table-toppers at work.
But if you're one of those fans making the journey, be sure to check out out handy away guide below before you head of on the long trek to Berkshire.
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What's the address?
Madejski Stadium, Bennett Road, Reading, RG2 0FL.
How many fans are going?
Town have sold just over 1,000 tickets for the weekend, but there are still tickets left.
You can buy your tickets on the club website or pay on the day if you find yourself in Reading.
What's the nearest train station?
Reading is the easiest station to go to to get to the ground despite being in the town centre.
You can get the number 79 Football Bus from just outside the station and down the steps which will take you directly to the Madejski Stadium.
The bus costs around £3.50 and takes 15 minutes.
What if I'm driving?
Take the M1 through South Yorkshire towards Leicester. At junction 21 take the third exit on the roundabout onto the M69 towards Coventry.
Skirt Coventry using the Eastern Bypass - or A46 - before merging onto the M40 at Warwick. At Bicester take junction 9 off the M40 and join the A34.
Take the M4 exit toward London. At Junction 11 take the A33 exit into Reading. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Basingstoke Road and then the second exit on the next roundabout onto S Oak Way.
At the next roundabout take the second exit onto Hurst Way, then a slight left to stay on Hurst Way. Continue on to Biscuit Way and you have reached the stadium.
What's the parking situation?
There is not much car parking near the stadium, so it is best to park at Imperial Way or the Old Depot by Courage Brewery on the A33. As well as this there is a warehouse on Acre Road.
There is also Park & Ride service at Foster Wheeler on Shinfield Park, off the M4 at Junction 11.
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Where can away fans drink?
The Irish bar at the Holiday Inn has been touted as a good spot for away fans, as well as the World Upside Down on Basingstoke Road - which is recommended by the club.
The Three Guineas next to the station is also thought to be a good haunt for away fans.
The group 'Southern Terriers' are planning to meet at the Hope Tap Wetherspoons on Friar Street, so that could be a good shout too.
How much is a pie, a pint and a programme?
Programmes are £3 at the Madejski, with pies costing £3.20 and a pint £3.90.