Preston North End will travel to Bury in the northern quarter-final of the JPT.The Lilywhites will make the short journey to Greater Manchester on Tuesday night, with a place in the final four of the northern section up for grabs.
Graham Westley’s men have already tasted success at Gigg Lane this season, and will be hoping for a similar result once again.
North End started their journey in the JPT in Cumbria with a penalty shoot-out win at Carlisle United after the score finished 1-1.
Their efforts were rewarded with a visit to the Globe Arena to face League Two outfit Morecambe, winning 4-2 courtesy of a double from substitute Sodje.
The Shakers, now under the guidance of former Sheffield United and Leeds boss Kevin Blackwell, beat Rochdale on penalties in the previous round.
North End have been allocated 2,700 seats in the East Stand (behind the goal) and the Main Stand with prices as follows:
Adults (including seniors) £10
Disabled will pay age related price, carer free of charge
Tickets for the original game will be valid for Tuesday night's game.
Coaches will depart Deepdale/Leyland at 5.15pm with prices as follows