Huddersfield Town will be backed by at least 1,500 fans at Rotherham United.

Tickets for the Championship game at the New York Stadium will remain on sale until 4.00pm on Tuesday, with the game kicking off at 7.45.

The total Town allocation is 1,944 and they cost £23 adults, £13 Over 60s, £8 Under 18s and £6 Under 13s.

Town took 1,777 fans to Blackburn Rovers on Saturday, when they won 2-0 in front of 15,061.

There were 11,503 at Rotherham for the goalless draw with Nottingham Forest.

A win for 16th-placed Town would eliminate any mathematical chance of relegation to League I.

Victory for 21st-placed Rotherham combined with MK Dons failing to win at Sheffield Wednesday would ensure the Millers’ safety under former Town boss Neil Warnock.

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Town are seeking a double against the South Yorkshire side, who are unbeaten in nine games.

Mustapha Carayol, who was on loan from Middlesbrough, and Ishmael Miller sealed a 2-0 win at the John Smith’s Stadium in December, when Neil Redfearn was Rotherham manager.

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It will be Town’s third trip to the New York Stadium, which opened in 2012.

They were 1-0 winners in a pre-season friendly in 2013, when Martin Paterson scored.

And last season, the pair drew 2-2 in the Championship.

Town led through James Vaughan and Conor Coady but Rotherham netted twice in the last three minutes, with Jonson Clarke-Harris and Lee Frecklington on target.

Town have played 22 league games at Rotherham in total, winning six and drawing 12.

Their last victory there was in League I in 2006-07, when Luke Beckett (2) and Michael Collins clinched a 3-2 success.