There will be segregation in place, and York City supporters are asked to use turnstiles five and six.
Lions boss Adam Lockwood is pleased after the performance at Sutton on Saturday and is looking for the first win of the season as York visit on Tuesday night.
The Minstermen come into the fixture on a poor run of form having failed to win in five matches the last being a 1-0 defeat at home to Aldershot on Saturday.
The Lions meanwhile lost 1-0 in their last match after debutant Connor Brown scored the only goal of the game in the wrong net.
Speaking after the game on Saturday Lockwood was pleased with the performance “It was never going to be easy coming to place like this and looking at it as a whole I cannot fault the lads.”
“It’s a different changing room in there now, the positivity has really pleased me.”
“I thought we were the better side today but football is cruel, the challenge is to take this on to the next game.”
“The guys played very well at times and obviously we need to get results fast.”
Looking at the current form and start to the season Lockwood is eager to secure the first win “Everybody connected with the club wants it to change straight away.”
“It disappoints me not getting wins, we have to keep applying ourselves, we need wins fast.”
Adam thanked the fans for making the long journey down on Saturday and for backing the team “I’m sure everybody who has come and seen this game today with a Guiseley head on will feel a lot better about themselves”
“The fans will be disappointed coming all this way and losing but I’d like to think that they’re going away feeling proud to be a Guiseley fan today.”
“We need everybody to stay together, the players, supporters, staff and everybody connected to the club, if that happens we will be a powerful force, I’m sure of it.”