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Saints Sell Out, 1700 For Villa

Queens Park Rangers have sold out an always popular allocation at Southampton. Rangers have sold all 3100 tickets for the relegation six-pointer after requesting an increased allocation.

Rangers are unbeaten at St Marys in four visits, winning two of those fixtures. One with the help of the late Ray Jones, who the Saints fans have been very respectful of since his passing.

Meanwhile Aston Villa tickets will go on general sale tomorrow in what is sure to be another relegation six-pointer at Villa Park, with an initial allocation of 1700.

Adults: 35
Senior Citizens: 27 (Over 65)
Young Adults (16-20)/Students: 20
Under 16s: 10

Any unsold tickets will be sent back to Villa for sale on the day. In truth one would expect Rangers to take a good following considering the plight of both sides.




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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday February 6 2013

Time: 12:13PM

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gulp, crunch game, surely you'll bring a full allocation of fans?
The Fear
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06/02/2013 13:49:00

Certainly hope so. As you can see we've taken up the full 3100 at Southampton. Is there an option for more at Villa?
boxer
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06/02/2013 13:57:00

 

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