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Albion Ready: Tickets Remain

Ryan Shawcross

SUPPORTERS can still purchase tickets for this weekend's crucial Premier League encounter with West Bromwich Albion at the bet365 Stadium.

City will be aiming to end 2017 on home soil with an important win when the Baggies make the short journey to the Potteries.

Albion are close to selling their allocation, while seats still remain in home areas in what has be been a hotly-contested tie in years gone by.

It's your last chance to get behind the Potters this year, with our next encounter at the bet365 Stadium coming on New Year's Day against Newcastle United.

Tickets for Saturday’s home game against West Bromwich Albion are still available – visit the bet365 Stadium Ticket Office, or call on (01782) 367599.

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