Dundee United have sold out their allocated tickets for the Championship clash against Ross County in the Highlands.
Arabs have backed their side in huge numbers since Robbie Neilson took over last month.
The Tangerines have snapped up the 600-ticket allocation given to them for the game in Dingwall but fans can also get them at the ground and many more are expected to cheer on their side.
Up to 1,000 Terrors are expected and are sure to give a vocal backing for their side in what is, arguably, the biggest game of the season as they look to close the gap on leaders Ayr United.
United took 1,823 Arabs with them to their last away game at Dunfermline and the resurgent support has been duly noted.
According to the Federation of Dundee United Supporters’ Clubs, buses to every away game have been full since Neilson took charge.
A brief statement read [sic]: “Committee meeting tonight and it was pointed out every bus has been fully booked by the start of the week since Robbie took over.
“Great effort Arabs. See you in Dingwall.”
Supporters without a ticket for the game are urged to arrive early to avoid long queues ahead of kick off.