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Posted Monday, July 2nd 2018

Carabao Cup date confirmed

A date has been set for City’s Carabao Cup tie with Plymouth Argyle.

For the second season running, the Pilgrims will visit Ashton Gate in the opening round and the match will be played on Tuesday, August 14th (7.45pm kick-off).

Lee Johnson’s squad ran out 5-0 winners against the League One side last season, courtesy of goals from Nathan Baker, Jens Hegeler, Korey Smith, Freddie Hinds and Jamie Paterson.

Tickets for the first round match will be priced at £11 for adults and £6 for senior citizens and under-19s – all inclusive of fees.

Supporters who choose the online print at home option will save the £1 fee.

Tickets are now on general sale online, with phone sales starting on Wednesday, July 4th at 10am.

Season card holders will have their seats reserved until 5pm on Friday (July 6th). Any season card seats not purchased after this time will get released. There is no load to card option for this fixture.

The Lansdown, Dolman and South Stand will be open to home supporters and the travelling fans will be housed in the Atyeo Stand.

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Fans are advised that there will be a £5 transaction fee for any tickets that need to be reprinted by the club.

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