Rovers have agreed with Huddersfield to cap ticket prices at £20 for both Championship meetings between the sides this season.

Jon Dahl Tomasson’s men head to the John Smith’s Stadium on Boxing Day, with the reverse fixture at Ewood Park taking place on Saturday, January 20.

Tickets for both games will be priced at £20 for adults and over-65s, £15 for under-19s and £10 for under-11s.

Rovers have received an allocation of 2,336 for their Boxing Day trip across the Pennies, which will go on sale around three weeks before the game.

Huddersfield currently sit 21st in the Championship table, four points above the drop zone at this stage.

The Terriers have failed to win any of their last four matches and were beaten 1-0 at Hull last time out, with Manchester City loanee Liam Delap scoring a dramatic late winner.

Darren Moore took charge at the John Smith’s Stadium in September following Neil Warnock’s departure.

Jon Dahl Tomasson’s men drew 2-2 on their last trip to Huddersfield in April, with Joe Rankin-Costello and Ryan Hedges both getting on the scoresheet.

Rovers also say they “appreciate co-operation” from Sheffield Wednesday for agreeing ticket prices ahead of the upcoming match at Hillsborough on Saturday, December 2.

However, the club was unable to come to a reciprocal price agreement with Leeds ahead of next month’s Championship clash at Ewood Park.

Rovers have handed out a massive 7,337 away allocation for the ‘Category A’ fixture, with tickets priced at £30 for travelling fans and home supporters who sit in the Riverside Stand, Blackburn End, Jack Walker Family Stand or the Jack Walker Lower.

Leeds claimed in a club statement that they tried to agree a lower reciprocal price, which would have also seen cheaper tickets for the return fixture at Elland Road later in the season.