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Tickets Selling Out

Tickets Selling Out

This weekends visit to Manchester City has sold out and our trip to Highbury the week after is selling fast. Arsenal move to a new ground at Ashburton Grove next season, so if you want to be one of the allocated 1707 to see Blackburn play Arsenal at Highbury one last time, you'll need to be quick. The ticket office say there are only 200 tickets left. Tickets are £35 for Adults and £17.50 for OAP's and under 15's. The number for the ticket hotline is 08701 123456.

Meanwhile, Rovers' youth play at home against Tottenham in the 3rd round of the FA Youth Cup. A decision is yet to be made whether the tie will be played at Ewood Park or Christie Park. Bowyer said: 'We are delighted to have been drawn at home, but it will be a difficult game against a fellow Premiership side.' The tie will be played on December 17th.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday November 18 2005
Time: 11:46AM

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