Notts County travel down to pre-season promotion favourites Exeter City at the weekend.
In this game, Harry Kewell will take charge of the Magpies his first League Two game since being appointed manager at the end of August succeeding Kevin Nolan.
Kewell's very first game holding the Notts reins was the 2-1 EFL Trophy defeat at Grimsby on Tuesday night which left the club still looking for a first win of the season.
Notts currently sit rock bottom of the Football League, while the Grecians sit 9th in the table.
St James' Park is currently undergoing ground improvements with Notts fans receiving a maximum ticket allocation of 378 and will be seated in covered seats in the Main Stand.
There will be no away tickets available on matchday meaning that tickets must be purchased beforehand.
Those that wish to buy a ticket can do so by ordering them online on Notts County's official website or call the Notts County ticket office.
Season ticket holders and Lifeline members are given a priority for tickets for this game.
Prices are as follows;
65 and Over: £19
NUS Student: £19
Under 18s: £9.50
Notts are also offering official away day travel which will depart from Meadow Lane at 9am on Saturday morning.
Prices for this travel is as follows;
General Adult/Senior: £29
General Under 18: £16
Season Ticket Holders: £28
Under 18s Season Ticket Holders: £15
For more information contact the Pride of Nottingham Facebook page or visit the Notts County official website.