SUPPORTERS can pay what they want to see the table-topping tussle between Warrington Town and Curzon Ashton on Saturday.
A failure to provide supporters with tickets to the new date on the night the original fixture was abandoned due to floodlight failure has led to the Yellows deciding on a 'pay what you want day' for the Evo-Stik First Division North 3pm clash.
In a statement, Warrington Town Managing Director Toby Macormac said: "This Saturday Warrington Town host Curzon Ashton in a re-arranged fixture due to the floodlight failure earlier in the season.
"That night the club should have issued tickets/passes to the people in attendance but unfortunately due to the complications on the night this obligation was not fulfilled.
"This Saturday many people will attend the match who previously were unable to do so and the club like many others have matchday overheads to cover from officials, stewards to catering which could possibly be more than the previous 348 people that attended.
"With this in mind the club has taken the decision to amend the admission fee for the match to a 'pay what you want day'.
"This enables all the people who attended previously to enter the match for free and those that did not have the option of contributing to the matchday overheads."