Arsenal fans will have to wait to make their point - quite forcibly - to Arsene Wenger and all the other people who are upsetting them at the moment. The game is the late start on Saturday afternoon, kicking off at 5.30pm, although how many Arsenal fans will be in the stadium to see it is anyone's guess.
Prominent supporters' group REDAction is behind the protest and the Arsenal Supporters’ Trust and Black Scarf Movement have also pledged their support for the public display of frustration.
The protest is not explicitly anti-Wenger - although Friday's outburst blaming a "difficult climate" at home games for the club's failure to challenge for the title will not have helped matters - but an attempt to show that fans want the club to take a different direction amid high ticket prices and stagnant performances.
Fans are already preparing the placards that will be brandished at the match later on, while a leading fanzine is also running a front page questioning whether Wenger should continue in charge: