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Posted Friday, December 29th 2017

Wolves clash made all-ticket

City's televised Sky Bet Championship encounter with Wolves has been made all-ticket for home and away supporters.

The Sky Bet Championship's top two meet at Ashton Gate tomorrow (Saturday, 5.30pm) in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

A crowd in excess of 25,000 is already guaranteed, with only restricted/obstructed view seats remaining in the home sections.

Tickets can now only by purchased by phone to 0117 963 0600.

Wolves will be bringing around 3,400 supporters - there will be no sales on the day for away fans.

City supporters must purchase before 2.30pm by phone only - call 0117 963 0600 - there will be no sales at the stadium tomorrow and no sales after 2.30pm on the phones.

 

 

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