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Posted Monday, January 8th 2018

Atyeo tickets on sale for home leg

The last remaining tickets for City’s Carabao Cup semi-final second leg with Manchester City are now on general sale.

All seats in the Lansdown Stand, Dolman Stand and South Stand have now sold out following a brisk general sale period this morning.

Around 1,000 tickets have now been made available in the Atyeo Stand for home supporters, which are sure to prove just as popular.

The second leg clash looks certain to become the club’s third sell-out of the season, following on from the home games with Manchester United and Wolves.

Atyeo tickets are priced: Adult – £33, Senior 65+/Under-25 - £30, Under-22 - £27, Under-19 - £16, Under-12 - £10.

Tickets for tomorrow night's first leg has already sold out, with 7,680 City supporters making up the largest-ever away attendance at the Etihad Stadium.

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