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2Port Vale347
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4Crawley Town306
5Morecambe3-36
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8Colchester325
9Bradford315
10Forest Green315
11Stevenage324
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14Scunthorpe304
15Exeter3-14
16Cheltenham223
17Carlisle3-23
18Barrow3-12
19Mansfield3-12
20Tranmere3-32
21Oldham3-50
22Bolton3-50

23Grimsby2-50
24Southend3-70

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Saturday Ticket Latest

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 22/04/2009

SATURDAY'S game between Bournemouth and Grimsby is heading for a complete sell out. All tickets to home fans have been sold and less than 500 away tickets are available.

Grimsby initially took 1000 tickets, with the option of an additional 300, which they have now taken up. The club are understood to have sold over 800 midway through today. It has not yet been announced whether tickets will be available on the day, should Town have any left out of the 1300, but with no home tickets available this is a possibility.

Fans wanting a ticket should make sure by getting one before heading to Bournemouth, either from the club shop in person, or by ringing the club on 01472 608007.

The capacity of Dean Court is just over 10,000. If either team wins they avoid relegation, whilst if Chester fail to win at Aldershot they both will avoid the dreaded drop to the Blue Square leagues.

UPDATE (23/04 7am) No tickets are now available on the day and less then 300 are left to away supporters. Get in touch with the club ASAP if you want a ticket.

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