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Lansdown upper tier open for Leeds game

City have opened up the Lansdown Stand upper tier for the Sky Bet Championship clash with Leeds United on Saturday, October 21st (3pm).

Leeds have been handed an allocation of 3,700 tickets, which they anticipate will sell out – guaranteeing a crowd in excess of 20,000.

To cope with extra demand in the home sections, the upper tier has now been made available for sell, starting with the block closest to the Family Area (Block W6). Further blocks will be made available subject to sales.

Supporters are advised that those who have already purchased tickets elsewhere in the stadium will not be able to relocate to the upper tier.

City’s lofty position of fourth in the Championship table is certainly going to make their forthcoming three consecutive home fixtures popular.

Lee Johnson’s side host Burton Albion on Friday, October 13th, before Leeds’ visit to BS3.

Then comes the chance to reach the Carabao Cup quarter-finals when Premier League side Crystal Palace come to Ashton Gate on Tuesday, October 24th (7.45pm).

Tickets for all three games are on general sale now.

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