The Riverside Stadium

Despite heavy snow on Teeside overnight and this morning, staff have been busy clearing the pitch and approaches for the 5.20pm kick-off and no problems are envisaged at this time.

With the lads currently in a battle to retain their play-off position, Tony Mowbray and the players need the help of as many fans as possible to help get their promotion challenge back on track.

The team have had fantastic support once again this season and the club hope the passionate backing of their fans can make the difference as the team try to return to the impressive home form they displayed in the first half of the campaign.

Tickets for the early evening kick-off (5.20pm) are on sale at just £12 for adults and £7 for concessions.

Boro fans at the Riverside - Photo by North News

That's 50% off the usual matchday price and means a parent and child can watch the game together for under £20.

"We all share the frustration over our recent results," said Mowbray. "But there's been a special bond between the supporters and the players this season and hopefully we can build on that in the remainder of the campaign.

"Having big crowds in our stadium is what we've been striving for and it really can make the difference."

Tickets for the Millwall match are now on sale either in person at the Riverside and Captain Cook Square ticket offices or by phone on 0844 499 1234 and by clicking here to buy online.

Fans travelling from North Yorkshire or further south are advised to allow extra time or find an alternative route and to follow traffic reports due to an A1 blockage at Boston Spa.