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From today's Newbury Weekly News...
"It was the first time Reading had played a proper local derby in the league since 2002.
Surprisingly Wycombe were the opponents that season.
You must go back even further since Oxford United or Swindon played in the same league as Reading.
It is a 26-mile drive from Adams Park to the Madejski Stadium, making it the closest league ground to Reading.
There may not be the fierce historic rivalry between Reading and Wycombe, but geography means it must be considered a proper derby game.
They have only met nine times before in the league, with Reading winning seven of those games, so there is some way to go before we have 'fierce rivalry'.
Of course, the shame is once again no fans were at the ground to watch the game.
In normal times we could have expected upwards of 18,000 at the game and a raucous, tense atmosphere.
These are nothing like normal times - Reading are top of the Championship."