For the third time this season, the ''house-full'' sign will be raised for the Sydney A-League derby days before kick-off but the fast ticket sales haven't prompted Sydney FC to move future fixtures to the larger venue of ANZ Stadium.

Saturday's clash between Sydney FC and Western Sydney Wanderers is expected to be declared a sellout by Thursday afternoon as less than 1000 tickets remained on sale to the public as of close of business on Wednesday. Of the six times the two clubs have played each other, it will be the fifth time all tickets have sold out, deeming the event one of the most in-demand sporting fixtures in the city.

Sydney FC chief executive Tony Pignata is not looking to move future home derbies from the 45,500-capacity Allianz Stadium at Moore Park to the 83,500-seated ANZ Stadium at Olympic Park despite the high demand. ''No, we have our agreement to play at Allianz Stadium so we won't be looking to move to ANZ Stadium,'' Pignata said.

''This game has become Sydney's most passionate rivalry and we'd love to break that record attendance we set earlier this season.''

The Red and Black Bloc will not conduct another silent protest as they did during last week's loss to Newcastle Jets. The RBB is unhappy with their treatment from police, private security firms and dialogue with their club but issued a statement on Monday night confirming Saturday's match will be ''business as usual.''