By Richard Cawley
Millwall have an allocation of 2,000 tickets for tomorrow’s game at Birmingham City – but fans are running out of time to buy them.
They have been on sale to season ticket holders and members but the cut-off to purchase is 2pm today.
They cost £20 adults, £15 65-and-over, £15 students and £5 under-13s.
The Lions are looking to do the double over Birmingham after defeating Steve Cotterill’s side 2-0 at The Den in October. Steve Morison is pictured right celebrating his cross being turned into his own net by Maxine Colin. Ryan Tunnicliffe bagged the second.
Millwall have already recorded wins home and away this season against Reading and Leeds United. The only other chance to add to that tally after Saturday will be when they face Middlesbrough at the end of April.
The Lions have been given 1,701 tickets for the Championship fixture at Burton Albion on February 24. They will go off sale the day before. The seating section is already sold out with only terracing remaining. They cost £20 adults, £18 over-65s, £15 for anyone aged between 17-22 and £7 for under-17s.
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