The countdown to the Huddersfield Town’s FA Cup campaign is under way.
Reading visit the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday in a repeat of last season’s third-round tie.
It’s a first taste of knockout football in England for German head coach David Wagner.
And he’ll be aiming for a major improvement on last season, when the Royals won 1-0.
Nick Blackman headed home the only goal of a dour game in the 69th minute.
Town have confirmed £10 entry for adults to the tie.
Not all areas of the stadium will be open.
The Fantastic Media Stand will be closed, along with the upper tier of the Revell Ward main stand.
Town fans will be accommodated in the Britannia Rescue Stand, Revell Ward Stand lower tier and the Chadwick Lawrence South Stand (turnstiles 21-24), and reserved seating does not apply.
Other prices are £8 over 60s and £5 under 18s.
Match action from last year's Reading clash below
Hospitality for adults is available in the White Rose Club from £20.
The game represents a return to Huddersfield for Brian McDermott.
The Reading boss, who took the reins at the Madejski Stadium for a second time in mid-December, had a four-game loan spell at Town as an Oxford United player in 1986.
As well as leading Reading to the Premier League, ex-Leeds United boss McDermott twice took them to the FA Cup quarter-finals during his first stint as manager between December 2009 and March 2013.
A 1-0 home win over Bristol City on Saturday left Reading 12th, six places and five points above Town.
Top scorer Nick Blackman notched his 13th goal of the season in stoppage time.
Town’s Under 21 side are in Professional Development League II action against Hull City at PPG Canalside on Monday (1.00).
Frankie Bunn’s side have their sights set on a 13th successive win against the young Tigers.
Town Under 18s are next in PDL II action at home to Sheffield United on Saturday week, January 16 (11.00).