Aston Villa and Reading have been charged in relation to crowd disturbances occurring after their FA Cup quarter-final matches, the Football Association has announced.
It is alleged that Villa and Reading failed to prevent spectators encroaching on the pitch following the clubs' sixth-round victories against West Brom and Bradford respectively.
Both clubs have until Thursday to respond to the charge.
Ayegbeni Yakubu is hoping to fire Reading to Wembley after the Nigerian striker return to English football to fulfill his dream.
The striker was absent when former club Everton lost to Chelsea in the 2009 FA Cup final due to injury, something Yakubu wants to make amends for.
Former Everton striker Ayegbeni Yakubu showed his finishing prowess as Reading progressed to the last eight of the FA Cup at the expense of a Derby County side reduced to 10 men for 50 minutes.
Derby looked the better side until their full-back Stephen Warnock was sent off for a second yellow card in the 39th minute.
Hal Robson-Kanu's goal was cancelled out by Darren Bent but Yakubu, signed as a free agent during the January transfer window, netted the winner.
Yakubu could be on his way back to English football by signing for Championship side Reading.
The former Milddlesbrough frontman is a free agent having been released by Al Rayyan and would to the Madjeski on a deal until the end of the season.
Hal Robson-Kanu booked Reading's place in the fifth round of the FA Cup with a late winner in a 2-1 victory at Cardiff.
Wales international Robson-Kanu, on as an 82nd minute substitute, swept home Jordan Obita's cross six minutes later after Oliver Norwood had cancelled out Kenwyne Jones' first-half header for the Bluebirds.