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Brum Set For Full House

Almost 30,000 fans are expected to pack Birmingham's St Andrews ground for the penultimate match of the season for promotion-chasing Wednesday and Birmingham on Saturday.

Owls fans snapped up their near-3,000 allocation just a matter of days after going on sale - and Blues fans are expected to fill the home ends with just a few hundred tickets remaining for their final home match of the season.

The Midlands club have urged fans to snap up the remaining tickets on their official website as soon as possible to avoid missing out on a vital match in the Championship.

Steve Bruce's men could gain promotion to the Premiership against the Owls this Saturday should Derby lose their match while the clash is also vital for Brian Laws and his men who need to win to keep alive their hopes of a play-off place.

It will only be the second time the Birmingham fans have turned out in force for their team after selling out for the Boxing Day clash against Queens Park Rangers.

City have an average attendance of just 21,953 this season despite enjoying a superb turnaround under Steve Bruce - and even went as low as 15,854 for their clash against Stoke City.

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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 26 2007

Time: 9:00AM

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The 3,000 Wednesday fans will still outsing em!
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26/04/2007 09:46:00

As always! I'm sure it will be a party atmosphere from us lot whatever the score..
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26/04/2007 15:13:00

 

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