TOWN fans should not travel to Lincoln for Town's vital play-off game tomorrow unless they have a ticket.
The game at Sincil Bank will be a 9,600 sell-out and fans without a ticket have no hope of getting in.
Huddersfield football liaison officer Pc Mick Houseman said: "The advice is the same as it was before the Cheltenham game last week - do not travel if you do not have a ticket bec- ause you won't get in.
"Stay in Huddersfield and watch the match on the giant screen at the McAlpine Stadium."
Admission costs £10 and £5 and the doors open at 1.30pm in the John Smith's Stand.
The last 300 tickets for fans who want to go to Lincoln went on sale at the McAlpine Stadium at 9am today. Town have already sold more than 2,000 tickets to travelling fans.
Lincolnshire Police football intelligence officer Andy Pearson said a large police operation was planned to ensure the game passed off peacefully.
"A big operation will be in place involving officers from Lincolnshire, West Yorkshire and the British Transport Police," he said. "I would like to say to anyone that Sincil Bank is a safe place for football fans. Arrests for disorder are well down on last season."
Fans going to the game can park at Bishop King School, off Kingsway. School staff have space for 250 cars and will charge £3 per car. It is a five-minute walk to the ground.
AWAY goals do not count double in the play-off semi-finals.
If aggregate scores are level at the end of 90 minutes in the second leg, extra-time will be played.
If scores are still level after that extra-time, there will be a penalty shoot-out.
In the final, it's again extra-time if scores are level at 90 minutes and then a penalty shoot-out.