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Over 21,000 fans set for QPR showdown

A guaranteed 21,000 supporters will pack Ashton Gate for the visit of QPR tomorrow (Saturday, 3pm KO).

It's full focus on the Sky Bet Championship after Tuesday night's Carabao Cup exit via penalties, with Mark Warburton's side in BS3 just four days later.

The fixture is matchday three of the 2019/20 campaign - City's second game at home - and supporters have been snapping up their City v QPR tickets for just £10 thanks to a special Members offer, of which has now sold out.

You can purchase a 2019/20 Bristol City membership for just £20* for benefits including £5 off home league games, ticketing priority, £5 Rewards cash to spend on merchandise and more.

Click here for full membership details or sign up today.

*Excludes booking fee.

Tickets for this fixture has been on general sale since July 15th and can be bought online here. Ambulant disabled and wheelchair using supporters should book tickets via Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600. 

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