EXPERIENCED referee Paul Taylor has been handed Town’s big Galpharm derby clash with Leeds next Tuesday.
The Hertfordshire whistler, pictured, has been operating at league level since 1997-98, with his first Town match the 2-0 Championship win at Reading in March of that season.
His most recent Galpharm outing was for the 3-0 FA Cup second-round win over Grimsby in December.
Taylor, from Cheshunt, will take Saturday’s big Championship clash between Bristol City and Wolves, and the all-ticket Town-Leeds game three days later will be his 38th of the season.
In charge of Wycombe’s 2-2 home draw with Peterborough in League II on Saturday, he has issued six red cards and 94 yellow this time around.
Cambridgeshire’s Kevin Wright will referee Town’s game at Port Vale on Saturday. It will only his sixth league outing this season.
His last Town match was last season’s 2-1 win at Bournemouth.
Tickets for Port Vale are £19 adults, £12.50 seniors and 16 to 21-year-olds and £8 Under 16s.
Under nines go free with an adult ticket purchased in advance.
Vale Park stewards are instructed to challenge fans attempting to gain reduced price admission if they do not appear to qualify.
Supporters who feel they may be challenged are advised to carry proof of age.
Terrier travel, departing the Panasonic Stand at 11.30, is £10.50 for members and £12 for non-members.
Tickets for the final away game at Luton on Saturday, May 3 are £21.50 adults, £19.50 for 60 to 64-year-olds and £14 for 16 to 21-year-olds.
It’s £11 for Under 16s, full-time students and over 65s.
Family tickets are also available, with the adult ticket reducing to £17.50 and the junior £8.
The only concession available on the day is £11 for Under 16s, over 65s and full-time students with ID.
Terrier travel, departing the Panasonic Stand at 10.00, is £15.50 for members and £18 for non-members.
Tickets for the Leeds game, which must be bought before the day, remain on sale at the Galpharm.
Bring a Buddy vouchers or any other discount offers do not apply and there is no purchase over the internet.
For the home game with Tranmere on Saturday, April 19, registered Fans of the Future can purchase a family ticket in the Panasonic stand for two adults and two juniors for £20.