Newcastle United are selling the final few away tickets for the club's visit to the King Power Stadium.
It is unclear just who will be in charge of the team for Monday night's televised Premier League game against Leicester City (8pm kick-off).
Steve McClaren remains the relegation-threatened club's head coach, but United are in advanced talks with representatives of prospective successor Rafa Benitez.
Newcastle today issued the following message to fans: "A limited amount of tickets remain available for Newcastle United's Barclays Premier League fixture at leaders Leicester City on Monday (8pm kick-off) – and they can only be secured by phoning the Box Office.
"The Magpies travel to the King Power Stadium, where they will be looking for revenge following the 3-0 home defeat they suffered against the Foxes earlier this season.
"All season ticket holders and Members can secure their seat, with tickets are priced at £35 for adults, £31 for over-65s and 18-21-year-olds, £25 for 12-17-year-olds, £9 for 8-11-year-olds and £7 for under-8s.
"To purchase a ticket you must call the Club's Box Office on 0844 372 1892. Your ticket will then be available to collect from 6.30pm on Monday from sub ticket office 2, which is located in the South-East corner of the King Power Stadium.
"The Club will not be processing any more online sales for this fixture."