TOWN will screen Saturday's play-off semi-final first leg against Lincoln City live at the McAlpine.
Over 5,000 fans thronged to the stadium for last weekend's clash with Cheltenham and, as tickets for Sincil Bank are in short supply, the club have decided on an immediate follow-up.
Prices will be kept the same as last weekend, with adults paying £10 per seat and concessions available at £5 a head.
But the screen will be bigger than Saturday's and officials hope it will be sited in the centre circle, rather than the tunnel area.
"The reaction we've had to Saturday's screening, which was a first for both the club and the stadium, has been very positive," said club spokesman Alisdair Straughan.
"With only 2,300 fans being able to get tickets for the tie at Lincoln, we thought this would be another valuable service for our fans.
"If it proves worthwhile, it is something we are looking to do much more in the future, particularly when there is limited space for our fans at away matches.
"It would be great if we could create a culture whereby people enjoyed coming down here to watch the away games when it's not possible to go.
"For instance, if we get promoted, all the derbies next season are obvious candidates for coverage."
Snack bars and bars will be open in the John Smith's Stand this Saturday, when turnstiles will open at 1.30pm.
Town are hoping for another big turnout because, unlike last weekend, they will have to give 50% of any profit to the Football League under play-off rules.
The same rules dictate that clubs cannot offer discounts on play-off admission.