Reading fans have organised another protest for Saturday's home match against Burton Albion, keeping the pressure on owner Dai Yongge to sell.

Over 200 tennis balls were thrown onto the pitch during the last home match, a 2-1 win over Bolton Wanderers, and the stand made national news.

Following the latest revelation that Yongge has failed to pay HMRC on time this month, and increasing fears for the future of the club, supporters have been encouraged to do the same against the Brewers.

Sell Before We Dai have also asked supporters to wear black, 'as a mark of respect for what this great club used to be.'

The club are expecting a bumper crowd following the first grassroots discount game of the campaign.

A statement from the group read: "This club remains in jeopardy. You know the drill: the same as Bolton for the next home game, against Burton Albion on Saturday 30th September.

"Get your tennis balls to hand, 16th minute. If you don't have tennis balls, get creative, bounce a few ideas around your friends, think of a way to relieve the stress.

"Bring noise and volume against the owner. Stand up for the club and make your voice heard.

"Alongside this, we encourage all fans to wear black, instead of wearing club colours on Saturday, as a mark of respect for what this great club used to be. Before it's our funeral. "

Plans are already in place for a protest march ahead of the game against Portsmouth on October 28.

This is similar to what supporters did in 1983 against Robert Maxwell's 'Thames Valley Royals' plan.