ATHERTON Collieries are opening their doors to Bolton Wanderers fans after the suspension of tonight's game with Doncaster Rovers.

Any Whites supporters who turn up at the Skuna Stadium this evening with a previous season ticket or ticket for the Doncaster match will be given free entry for the BetVictor Premier Division game with Warrington Town.

The match represents the first home game for Michael Clegg's side at their highest ever level after a rapid rise through the non-league pyramid in recent seasons.

"Due to the longstanding connections between the two clubs and the fact many people watch both the Wanderers and the Colls, we have decided to offer Bolton fans the chance to watch a match for free after today’s disappointing news," Colls said in a statement yesterday.

"Bolton fans can present a previous season ticket or their Doncaster Rovers match ticket at the turnstiles and they will allowed free admission into our match.

"The Wanderers and their fans have always been superb with us and this is just a small token of our appreciation."

Colls drew 2-2 at Ashton United in their first game after promotion on Saturday.

The Warrington game will offer a stern test of their credentials with the Wire having won the play-offs last season.

The game is a 7.45pm kick-off.