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Newcastle Game Almost Sold Out
Saturday, 27th Oct 2018 09:39

If you fancy popping along this afternoon then you might have to be quick with the game heading for a late sell out.

If Newcastle had taken and sold their full allocation of 3,200 tickets then the game this afternoon would already be a sell out, only around 200 tickets remain mainly in the corners of the Chapel End except for block 43 in the Northam End, normally part of the away allocation but returned by the Toon Army who will now only be sending a battalion.

Of the 900 or so seats in this block just over half have already been sold meaning that around 600 tickets remain with six hours to kick off.

So if you are thinking of going then it is advised to get online and book then either collect the tickets from the stadium ahead of kick off, or select the print at home option, prices are £32 for adults in the Chapel corners or £34 in the Northam End.

I am told that tickets for kids are available from as little as £5 but having spent some time scouring the Saints website i'm unable to find any information on ticket prices for individual games, something that is a little shoddy from the club.

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underweststand added 13:01 - Oct 27
A lot of fans may go along hoping/expecting a win - at last, but for some it may be a " last chance " whilst Saints are on such a bad run. The posts on here will probably reflect that.

One site suggested that Sam Gallagher might get a run-out. Don't know what's happened to his form, he's only had a couple of outings for the U23s so far this season (?)...and was only a sub.in the Brighton League Cup game.

On the other hand , it might be a chance for him to show some form. Playing the bottom side (at home) surely must be one of the best opportunities he'll get this season...if it he can't put in a shift and/or get on the scoresheet in this sort of game, one wonders if he'll ever make Prem. player...or is he just Championship level and no more?
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