Reading are poised for their biggest crowd of the season so far against Wycombe Wanderers tomorrow, with supporters backing the club in numbers following news of a financial shortfall.

The Royals have a two-point suspended deduction hovering over their heads if they fail to pay any scheduled outgoings between now and the end of the season, but the club currently face a struggle to find the funds to fulfil this month's outgoings.

Following the news, broken by Supporters Trust at Reading after their meeting with former CEO Nigel Howe, the fans have stood up and are there to be counted.

It is estimated that over 15,500 tickets have already been sold, with tickets remaining on sale until kick-off tomorrow, and this is despite near-neighbours Wycombe not yet selling their full allocation.

Club 1871 is sold out while tickets remain in the other three stands.

Averaging around 12,500 for the season, the highest crowd before tomorrow's clash was 14,972 when Leyton Orient visited Berkshire last month.

Five home matches remain, with Northampton Town, Cambridge United, Lincoln City and Blackpool still yet to visit the SCL Stadium this season.