Leicester City fans have organised a protest, which should see the vast majority of their fans refuse to join their seats until five minutes into their match with Arsenal.
This could prove to be one of the biggest matches of the season, but that has not put off the Foxes from planning to stage their disgust at their treatment.
The Premier League, as well as the two clubs, have agreed to move the tie from early on Saturday to midday on Sunday, but this change was only revealed three weeks before the scheduled kick-off.
This has disrupted a number of fans plans, who had already arranged and paid for their travel to the match, proving no compensation to those who are losing out.
This comes will come a week after Liverpool staged their own protest on Saturday, when a large number of fans walked out of the match in the 77th minute, in disgust at fans having had to pay £77 for some official tickets.