Fans attending this Wednesday's cup-tie at Ewood Park should be aware of changes to the normal access and egress arrangements around the stadium.
Visiting supporters will arrive on coaches which will give them direct access to the Bryan Douglas Darwen End stand.
This operation means that home supporters with tickets for the Riverside Stand will only be able to access this part of the ground via turnstile block ‘B’, adjacent to the Ronnie Clayton Blackburn End Stand.
At the end of the game supporters in the Riverside will be able to exit at both ends but those leaving at the Darwen End are advised that they will have to then use the ramp and rear of the stand to leave the stadium.
Spectators are advised to allow additional time to access the stadium, particularly for the Riverside Stand.
These arrangements, having been used at previous meetings between the two clubs, have been agreed between Blackburn Rovers and Lancashire Police for safety and security reasons.
The club and Police would like to thank supporters for their understanding and co-operation in this matter.
Fans are reminded that tickets for this Wednesday's cup match will go off sale at 4pm on the day of the game. There will be NO SALE of tickets after this time.
Tickets are on restricted sale, full details can be found here.