Date: 28th January 2011 at 11:08am
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Wigan Athletic have sold their entire allocation of advanced tickets for tomorrows FA Cup 4th round clash with local rivals Bolton Wanderers at the Reebok Stadium

If you wanted to get yourself along to cheer on the Latics fear not because it is also pay on the gate, Latics Official web site say:

The club can confirm that the initial allocation of 2,000 has been sold, but supporters wishing to travel on the day will be able to purchase tickets at the turnstyles.

Adult tickets are priced at £15.00, and manager Roberto Martinez – the first Spaniard to score in the FA Cup of course! – is delighted that the fans will be there in their numbers to cheer on the side.


Roberto says: ‘We take a break from the Premier League this weekend, we will be doing everything we can to reach the 5th Round of the competition for what would be only the second time in the club’s history.

‘Our fans are special and the other week at Bolton, it was their support that played a huge part in getting a positive result.’


It should be a great atmosphere


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