Reading fans queued from before 5am this morning to get their hands on one of nearly 32,000 available FA Cup tickets.
Scores of season ticket holders lined up at the Madejski Stadium to get the chance to see their team at Wembley.
The Royals take on Arsenal in the semi-finals next month:
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People have started lining up for tickets for Reading's FA Cup semi-final tie against Arsenal.
The first fans were in the queue before 6am.
The games kicks off at 5:20pm on Saturday 18 April at Wembley Stadium.
From today season ticket holders at Reading Football Club are able to buy tickets to the FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal. It's being described as an historic game for Reading, which will take place in Wembley in just under a month's time.
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The sun came out today for thousands of runners who took to the streets of Reading for this year's half marathon.
The event which started in 1983 saw twenty thousand runners line up at the start line at Green Park.
Our reporter Kate Bunkall was there.
3500 runners are pounding the streets this morning at the Hastings half marathon. Good luck to everyone, whatever your expectations! Here's a few inspiring words from the Twittersphere!
Im gunna run the Hastings marathon next year, that way I have a whole year to train and not die
Hastings Half-Marathon Day! I’ve lost my race number and left my watch in Brighton - so far so good!
Best of luck to everyone taking part in the Vitality Reading Half Marathon today! Let us know how you get on – send in your snaps and times!
.....and they're off! A sea of lycra...
Good luck to the thousands taking part in the Reading and Hastings half marathons today - great conditions for PBs!
Please send us your pictures to email@example.com or tweet your images and good luck messages to @itvmeridian.
Southend United's four game unbeaten run came to end tonight after losing to League Two leaders Burton Albion 2-1.
Southend started the second half with a 1-0 lead and an extra man after Albion midfielder Robbie Weir was sent off just before half time.
But the Shrimpers, who also missed a penalty in the first half, conceded two goals in the second half.
They remain fifth in the table and six points below the automatic promotion places.