The National League clash has been switched to a 12 noon kick-off on Sunday and is an all-ticket fixture for both sets of fans with no tickets available on the day of the match.
Back in September, Tranmere claimed a 2-0 win over the Blues at Prenton Park in September in front of a crowd of more than 7,000 with goals from Liam Hogan and James Norwood.
That was the first time the two clubs had faced each other in a competitive fixture for 24 years and Merseyside Police dealt with 'several small outbreaks of disorder' outside the ground.
A small number of people were ejected from the match, including one man who encroached onto the pitch, and two men from Wallasey were subsequently banned from attending football matches after admitting racist chanting during the match.
Cheshire Police have issued a reminder that any fans who turn up on Sunday without a ticket will not be allowed entry to the match, which is again expected to have a heavy police presence.
Chief inspector Paul Williams from Chester Local Policing unit said: "Public safety and maintaining order is our priority. I would ask that those involved conduct themselves in a responsible manner and allow businesses, residents and visitor in the area to go about their daily business as normal.
"Anyone who seeks to exploit this football match by behaving in a criminal, racist or anti-social way will be dealt with appropriately."
Tranmere have been allocated 1,100 tickets for the game, which sold out in three days.
Rovers chairman Mark Palios acknowledged that allocation meant many supporters would miss out but police have confirmed no additional tickets will be made available.
Cheshire Police have also requested fans attending the match respect businesses and residents in the Bumpers Lane and Sealand Road area and only park in the official car parks.