Tickets for Tuesday's Sky Bet League Two clash with Lincoln City are now off sale.
As part of the club's endeavours to maximise its capacity at One Call Stadium, the decision was made to make the match an all-ticket fixture.
The cut-off point for purchases was midnight on Monday 05 March.
We are confident that the match will go ahead, having reviewed weather forecasts in the build-up to the match.
EFL regulations state that the club must reserve 10% of its stadium capacity if match tickets are sold on the day of the game.
However, the club can sell-out its total capacity prior to a match, though if this policy is activated the club cannot sell tickets on the day of the game.
Therefore, in an attempt to maximise revenue and help create a vociferous atmosphere for the club’s players and management, tickets could only be purchased in advance of Tuesday’s fixture.
Disabled supporters are permitted to purchase tickets until kick-off on Tuesday.