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No Pay On The Night At Wolves

There will be no pay on the night for City fans at Wolves on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Just over 450 tickets have been sold for the Sky Bet Championship clash at Molineux.   

Sales will continue from Ashton Gate until 1pm on the day of the match, with any collections being taken to Wolves and available from the Stan Cullis Stand. 

Coaches will leave the Winterstoke Road car park at 3pm. 

Four days later, Lee Johnson’s side travel to West London to take on Fulham at Craven Cottage. 

Only 352 tickets remain on sale for the fixture with 3,550 City supporters already making the trip.   

Tickets for both games can be bought online or by phone on 0117 963 0600. 

For more information, visit the Away Tickets section.

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