Sheffield United have advised fans that police control barriers will be in operation at Bramall Lane tomorrow, for the lunchtime visit of Millwall.
A statement on United's official website, ahead of the 12.15pm clash, read: "Blades fans are asked to note that police control barriers will be in operation on Bramall Lane and associated side streets on Saturday.
"The barriers will be in place to assist with segregation and health and safety, in addition to coaching stacking, but may affect pedestrian movement in the area.
"Apologies for any inconvenience."
Blades fans, meanwhile, are being urged to wear pink tomorrow to show their support for the Breast Cancer Care charity.
The match day squad for the game will wear a special home shirt emblazoned with the charity’s logo.
Both United and Millwall players and match day officials will warm-up in pink T-shirts and a special pink Sheffield United T-shirt will be available to buy, with a space to write on a loved one’s name.
As part of the ‘Turn the Lane Pink Day’ fans will hold up pink cards at kick-off.