Sutton head north again this weekend to face Tranmere Rovers, U's first visit to Prenton Park since August 2017 when Craig Dundas scored his 99th Sutton goal in front of the away supporters to give U's a 1-0 win, although it was Tranmere who would end the season being promoted through the play-offs.
Tickets are on sale at tomorrow's Papa John's Trophy game against AFC Wimbledon, and also from the Club Shop between 10am and 12 noon on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Advance ticket prices are: Adult (age 23-64) £19; Senior(age 65+) £14; Young Person(age 18-22) £12; Under 18 £6; Accompanied under 12 £2. Disabled supporters pay £12 with a personal assistant admitted free. On the day prices rise by £3 in all cases. It is possible to order tickets to be posted out, at an additional cost of £1.50, by phoning the club on 020 8644 4440 during the opening hours shown above. The deadline for telephone orders is 12 noon on Tuesday 9 November. Accommodation is all seated and in the Cowshed Stand (above) at the northern end of the ground.
TRAVEL. The Supporters' Club coach will leave at 7.30am, fare £35 return. Contact John Parsons on firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07989 261929, or look in at the Supporters' Club hub tomorrow evening.
Independent travellers who are driving should leave the M6 at junction 20 and join the M56, then leave at junction 15 to take the M53 on to the Wirral peninsula. Leave the M53 at junction 4 and take the fourth exit from the roundabout onto the B5151 (Mount Road). Continue for two and a half miles and when Mount Road becomes Storeton Road, turn right onto Prenton Road West at the traffic lights. Prenton Park is on the right hand side in 200 yards. Car parking is available, price £5, and can be booked in advance through www.trfctickets.co.uk or from the Club Store, or by phoning 03330 144452. Supporters requiring a disabled car park space should specify this at the time of purchase.
By rail the ground is a 15 minute walk from Rock Ferry on the Chester and Ellesmere Port branch of the Mersey Rail Wirral Line. Trains run frequently from Liverpool Lime Street and take about 15 minutes, and trains for Liverpool from Euston leave at 07 minutes past the hour and take just over two hours. You can also travel from Euston at xx40, changing at Crewe and then on to the Mersey Rail at Chester. Turn right outside Rock Ferry station onto Bedford Road. Continue along Bedford Avenue and Bedford Drive until you reach a road junction shortly after Prenton High School. Continue onto Mount Road and turn right at the first set of traffic lights onto Borough Road - the ground is five minutes on the left, with the away accommodation at the far end.
The game will be live streamed as it is an international weekend, and you can buy your £10 pass here.