Wanderers are appealing for volunteers to help clear snow and spread grit around Adams Park and the car park from 9am on Saturday morning.
A team of volunteers, alongside the club's stadium staff, has done a phenomenal job on Friday afternoon to clear snow from the car park in preparation for the fixture against Bradford City.
The club remains very confident that the game will go ahead, barring a major decline in weather conditions overnight, but with the safety of supporters being top priority, additional help from fans will be required on Saturday morning.
The club are waiting on news from Arriva on whether their matchday bus service will be in operation, and supporters should be aware that parking will be limited in the lower tier car park and other sites along Hillbottom Road.
The upper tier car park will be open for cars to park at their own risk, free of charge, though the club recommends that only 4x4 vehicles or similar should attempt to make their way to this area. Wycombe Wanderers takes no responsibility for damage to vehicles in the upper tier car park at this fixture.
Otherwise, the regular matchday operation will be in place across the stadium, but fans are advised to take extra caution when making their way to and around Adams Park.