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Fewer than 100 tickets left for United clash

Only obstructed view seats remain for City's Carabao Cup quarter-final tie with Manchester United - on sale by phone only.

José Mourinho will bring his three-time European champions to Ashton Gate on Wednesday, December 20th (8pm).

Season card holders, half-season card holders and members who have purchased a number of home tickets have all been able to secure their seats for the glamour tie so far.

This morning came the turn of all remaining members, including season card holders for Bristol Rugby, Bristol Flyers, Bristol City Women and Lansdown Club members.

Fewer than 100 tickets are left available, all of which are obstructed view seats in the Lansdown Stand and Atyeo Stand - available by phone only to 0117 963 0600.

Sales are subject to availability. Phone lines will close at 5pm and reopen at 9am in the morning (Tuesday).

Manchester United have been handed just 2,641 tickets in the Atyeo Stand, which amounts to 10% of the capacity, leaving an area for home supporters in that end of the stadium.

For more information about Manchester United ticket pricing and sales procedure click here.

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