BURTON Albion supporters are being urged to buy tickets for the home fixture with Walsall as soon as possible.
The game between the promotion challengers on Saturday, February 27, is looking set to be a key League One fixture with all seats sold out for the game already.
Brewers fans are therefore being urged to buy terrace tickets as soon as they can as they could be sold out before the day.
If any tickets do remain on the day we would expect there to be long queues.
Burton Albion commercial director Fleur Robinson said: "We understand that there will be a great demand for tickets for the Walsall game which is why we made it a priority fixture with no cash-on-the-turnstiles admission.
"In addition, we restricted on-line purchases to fans who had already registered and had a Fan ID number meaning that only home fans were able to buy tickets this way.
"With the away sections of the ground sold out we have have also implemented a policy of asking for addresses and postcodes for all supporters and checking their buying history to ensure that those making purchases for the home terraces are genuine Burton supporters."