Port Vale have sold out their ticket allocation for the final game of the season in League One against promotion chasers Fleetwood Town.
Fans booked their tickets in advance as it was hinted it could be one of the biggest games in the club’s recent history.
Vale are hoping the side will be out of trouble by the time the game takes place on April 30, as they are only one place and two points above the relegation zone.
The home side, who play at Highbury Stadium, allocated 700 tickets to the Valiants but they didn’t last long in the hands of the travelling Vale supporters.
The last time these sides met was back in November of last year, as Vale were the last team to beat the Cod Army before they went onto complete a 17-match unbeaten streak in the league.
Michael Brown’s side were on a slight run of form, until they came up against Rochdale on Tuesday night, which they lost 3-0.
The result saw Vale drop from 18th to 20th in the league due to goal difference.
The reason they stayed out of the drop was because of Shrewsbury Town, who lost 2-1 to Millwall at Greenhous Meadow, leaving them two points behind the side from Burslem.
Vale are back in action this weekend against second bottom strugglers Chesterfield away.
Brown is hoping for all three points as they only have six games left to secure their place before the end of the season.