Preston North End U18s will look to earn a place in the quarter-finals of the FA Youth Cup on Monday night, when they face Luton Town away from home.
The young Lilywhites are set to take on the Hatters in the fifth round of the competition at the home of their first team, Kenilworth Road, with kick-off at 7pm.
Supporters are able to attend the fixture, but tickets must be purchased prior to 3pm on Monday 6th February, either over the phone on 01582 416976 or online by clicking here.
Tickets are priced at £5 for adults, while those aged 65 and over, as well as those under the age of 17, will pay £3.
Parking will be available on a first come, first served basis in Hazelbury Crescent Car Park. Each space is priced at £2 and can be purchased when buying your ticket.
If you can't make it to Luton, you can follow all the action across the club's social media channels, with live updates on Twitter via @pnefcacademy.
There will also be a live stream available through Luton Town's iFollow Hatters platform, with match passes available for £2.50. You can sign up to watch the game by clicking here.
The reward for victory at Kenilworth Road will be a quarter-final tie at home to either Southampton or Fulham, with those two sides going head to head on Tuesday night.
North End progressed to this stage of the competition thanks to an emphatic 6-1 victory over Rotherham United in the third round, before a late Kian Best winner on the road against Gillingham set up a tie against Luton Town.
For the Hatters, they enjoyed a thumping win of their own in the third round, coming out 6-0 winners against Birmingham City, while it was a 3-1 win over Queens Park Rangers which saw them through to Monday night’s clash.
Luton Town are having a quite remarkable league campaign so far, currently sitting top of the Youth Alliance South East Conference, 15 points ahead of second-placed Gillingham, who North End beat in the previous round.
Goals haven’t been hard to come by, either, having netted 63 in their 14 league matches, losing just one game in that run.
As far as PNE are concerned, they’ll be looking to improve on recent form, having not registered a victory in the league since the turn of the year, but they’ll head to Kenilworth Road confident they can come out on top.
They did just that in May 2022 in the Youth Alliance Cup final, earning a 4-1 victory to lift the trophy in Bedfordshire, but it will be a different challenge this time around.