HUDDERSFIELD TOWN fans have been given a stark warning about the Terriers' FA Cup clash with Accrington on Sunday - if you don't have a ticket then don't go.
Lancashire police said stringent checks at the turnstiles will stop anyone trying to sneak in.
They have urged the 393 Town fans who do have tickets to arrive early. They will be segregated in a corner of the ground.
The match will be shown live on BBC1.
The stadium holds up to 4,300 supporters and the tie is all-ticket.
Chief Insp Neil Smith, who will be in charge of policing on the day, said: "Extra security will be at the ground and turnstiles to ensure no unlawful entry."
Police would be both inside and outside the ground. Officers will also be enforcing parking restrictions around the ground.
Accrington Stanley has also drafted in extra stewards from other clubs - including Division One Club Preston North End - to assist their own stewards both inside the ground and at the turnstiles.
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