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STOKE CITY are fast approaching sell-outs for the two successive home matches which they face over the next twelve days.

The Club have only a limited number of tickets available for the visit of Aston Villa to the Britannia Stadium on Saturday and the live televised meeting with Champions elect Manchester United which follows on Sunday 14th April.

City have received confirmation that the United match will now go ahead as scheduled a week on Sunday with a 2.05pm kick-off.

Sir Alex Ferguson's side are clear to make the trip to the Potteries following their FA Cup quarter final replay defeat at Chelsea.

Prior to that, City take on Villa in the Barclays Premier League this Saturday and there are now largely just single tickets left.

The Club have set up a waiting list for those people wishing to obtain more than one ticket together for the fixture.


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