Date: 21st May 2007 at 7:46pm
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News this evening on the message boards and BBC Radio Lancashire reported that fans had been queuing for tickets since 5 this morning down at Bloomfield Road`s ticket office.

Some fans experienced waiting times up to six hours but Pool Chairman Karl Oyston, who spoke to Radio Lancs tonight was confident that all in the fans in the queues would get served by the close of the office tonight.

At 4pm Today 7,044 tickets for Sunday’s match had been sold, this included all the £58 tickets. Due to the demand an extra 5,000 tickets have been asked for but Oyston was confident that all that wanted a ticket would be able to purchase one for what is Pool’s biggest game in 30 years.

The ticket office remains open till 7pm in the evening this week, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Alternatively supporters can reserve their seats view e-mail and sending a form to the club. This can be done via here. The club have asked supporters to patience with the queues.

Meanwhile at Yeovil there has been no official figure for tickets sold, but they have been busy with some blocks being sold out already. Yeovil`s average attendance for the season was 5765 with the highest gate this season 9,009 against rivals Bristol City.