Norwich City travel to South Yorkshire on Tuesday, March 13 to face Barnsley in the Sky Bet Championship (7:45pm).
Club Canary Coaches will depart from Carrow Road at 2:15pm on the day of the game, with tickets remaining on sale from the club's ticket office until 1pm on Tuesday.
Fans will also be able to purchase tickets from the away turnstiles at Oakwell on Tuesday evening using cash only, with further details HERE.
For supporters making their own way to Oakwell, here's our brief travel guide.
Barnsley's stadium is situated on Grove Street, Barnsley, with the SatNav postcode S71 1ET.
For driving directions between Carrow Road and Oakwell, CLICK HERE.
There are a couple of car parks located around Oakwell, but these are mainly for permit holders only.
Between the stadium and the Metrodome Leisure Centre is a car park for visiting supporters - the old Queens Ground - which costs £4 per car, £8 for a mini-bus and £15 for coaches.
Barnsley Interchange is about a 10 minute walk away from Oakwell.
The station is served by trains running between Sheffield and Leeds/Huddersfield, and trains in both directions arrive every 25 minutes or so.
When exiting the train station turn left away from the town centre and head towards the bridge the dual-carriageway runs over.
Go under the bridge and turn left up the slip road, then take the first road on the right.
Head towards the Metrodome leisure centre at the top of the hill, with Oakwell clearly visible.
For train information, CLICK HERE.
Please note, due to the game having an evening kick-off, routes will be limited after the match.
Where To Eat & Drink
According to footballgroundguide.com, the Metrodome Leisure Complex is popular with away fans and within easy walking distance of Oakwell.
Also recommended is The Dove Inn on Doncaster Road, which is five minutes from the ground down Oakwell Lane.
Popular with away fans and in easy walking distance of Oakwell is the Metrodome Leisure Complex, which has a bar inside and also offers food.
Away supporters are generally advised to avoid drinking in the city centre, as these pubs are primiarily for home fans.