Stoke City are set to play in front of fans on two occasions next month.
Stoke-on-Trent will enter Tier 3 restrictions when the national lockdown is lifted on December 2.
That means the Potters must continue to play home matches behind closed doors.
However, two of Stoke’s upcoming opponents will be able to admit a small number of fans into their grounds.
The Potters are due to visit Wycombe Wanderers on Wednesday, the first day after restrictions are lifted.
As Buckinghamshire has been placed in Tier 2, they will be allowed to admit up to 2,000 supporters.
It will be the same scenario when Stoke visit QPR on December 15 as London will also be under Tier 2 restrictions.
However, the games at Derby County and Coventry City will, as it stands, be played behind closed doors as Derby and Birmingham, where Coventry play, have been placed in Tier 3.
The tier each area falls under will be reviewed every two weeks.