Chester FC have confirmed this month's fixture with Tranmere Rovers at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium will be all-ticket for home fans.
Tickets for the game go on sale on Monday morning with Rovers having been allocated 1,110 for the Vanarama National League clash on Sunday, February 28 (12 noon KO).
Chester season ticket holders do not need to obtain a separate ticket but must produce the match ticket from their season ticket books.
City Fans United (CFU) members can purchase one ticket per person from 11am to 4pm on Monday and from 10am to 4pm on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Tickets will go on general sale to Blues fans at 10am on Thursday and remain on sale between 10am and 4pm from Monday to Friday.
The ticket office will also be open on Sunday, February 21 from 10am to 4pm.
General sale tickets will be a maximum of two per person and no tickets will be on sale on the day of the game.
Exiled supporters can make telephone orders in advance for tickets to be collected on the day of the match from the ticket office. Phone sales commence on Monday for CFU members and Thursday for general sales.
It was announced in December the game had been moved to Sunday from the original date of Saturday, February 27.
Tranmere recorded a comfortable 2-0 win in the corresponding fixture at Prenton Park in September in front of 7,433 fans, including 1,526 from Chester, thanks to first-half goals from Liam Hogan and James Norwood.
Following that game, Merseyside Police dealt with 'several small outbreaks of disorder' outside the ground. A small number of people were ejected, including one man who encroached onto the pitch.
Some Tranmere supporters are unhappy the club has not been given more tickets for this month's game.
Rovers are expected to sell all of their allocation with ease despite limiting initial availability to season ticket holders and supporters club members.
Tranmere chairman Mark Palios said that decision wasdown to the limited number made available, stating that demand is likely to exceed supply.
"We recognise that we have potentially many more supporters who would like to attend this fixture than the 1,110 tickets we will receive,” Palios told Rovers' official club website.
“As a result we have chosen to put them on sale to season ticket holders and Supporters Club members first in keeping with the promises we made to both groups of supporters when they signed up for 2015-16.
"However, we realise that this system may penalise some of our fans who, whilst not season ticket holders or members of the Official Supporters Club have attended all or most of our away matches this season and provided valuable support to the team. As a consequence we are looking at creating a loyalty scheme for next season to ensure away supporters have an improved opportunity to access tickets for games where demand may be greater than the supply.
"The team have had fantastic away support this season and we look forward to seeing another good following on the road when we play at Chester."