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Bristol City v Sheffield Wednesday - SOLD OUT

Bristol City's Sky Bet Championship home match with Sheffield Wednesday is now SOLD OUT.

It means seven of City's last eight home games have sold out, including last night’s 1-1 draw against Rotherham United.

The final few seats for this weekend’s encounter, which sees Carlos Carvahal’s play-off chasers visit BS3, were snapped up today.

Next Saturday’s match at Brentford is also sold out, with all 1,590 tickets purchased last week.

At present, just over 250 tickets have been sold for the Blackburn Rovers away trip (Saturday, April 23rd, 3pm).

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