TOWN will show their eagerly-awaited derby clash at Leeds on a big screen at the Galpharm.
The news will bring consolation to thousands of fans who feared they would miss out on the first league derby between the West Yorkshire rivals in 20 years.
Town have been controversially allocated just 1,710 tickets for the Elland Road League I contest tomorrow week.
They are expected to be snapped up within hours of going on sale to first-priority fans at 9.00am tomorrow.
Now the match will be shown back at base, with the screen facing the Antich Stand.
It will be open from 11.15, with the game kicking off an hour later.
Tickets for the screening cost £10 adults, £5 seniors and students and £1 juniors.
They can be bought on-line now or from the Galpharm after tomorrow’s FA Cup second-round clash with Grimsby.
Supporters can also pay on the day and Town are hoping for the 3,000 needed to break even.
The club have had to get permission from Sky TV, the Football League, the FA, the police, the emergency services and Leeds United, with Town now double-checking with them all to ensure no complications arise.
Town chairman Ken Davy said: “We were hoping this plan would not be needed and that the Football League Board would have ruled in our favour regarding the ticket allocation.
“But it was important to explore other avenues to allow our supporters to see the game.”
Town beamed back matches from Cheltenham and Lincoln during the 2003-04 League II promotion-winning season.