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Wolves sell out big allocation for Carabao Cup game against Manchester City

Wolves fans will travel in huge numbers to the Etihad Stadium when the Championship side meet Manchester City in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup on 24 October.

It’s a big day out for Nuno Espírito Santo’s side, who are currently second in England’s second tier and just a point behind leaders Cardiff. And as it standard with League Cup games, they were given 10% of allocation, meaning they have sold around 5,500 tickets.

The official Wolves Twitter account announced today that all tickets had been sold.

Tickets for this game are some of the cheapest in years at City, and are available for as little as £9 for adults with Cityzens membership.

The game against Wolves will be City’s fourth at home in a ten-day span and Pep Guardiola, who has publicly called this competition a “waste of energy”, is expected to rotate heavily as he did in the third round against West Brom.

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