Reading fans are set to stage a protest against the owner after their opening game of the season against Peterborough United.

Posh are the Royals' first League One opponents for over 20 years for Saturday's 3pm kick-off, and it is to mark the first matchday protest against owner Dai Yongge.

Still awaiting payment of a second delayed HMRC bill, the club remain under a transfer embargo

Protest group Sell Before We Dai have proposed a 'sit in' after the match, with supporters encouraged to move around to the South-East corner underneath the big screen.

They have made it clear that the 90 minutes of the game is to support the players on the field.

Loud cries for Yongge to sell the club were heard throughout Saturday's 4-0 defeat to Swansea City in the final friendly of the season.