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Notts County brace themselves for yet more Mansfield fans for derby


Ahead of Notts County's big League Two derby against Mansfield Town, the Stags have announced that more tickets were allocated for their fans for the game on Saturday 16 February.

Mansfield had sold their initial allocation of 3,954 tickets but were then allocated another 328 tickets which have now also sold out.

The Stags were also issued with the following statement from Notts County Football Club:

“There will be strictly no tickets available to buy on the day. Please do not travel to the match without one.

“Any Mansfield Town supporters found to be in home areas will be ejected from the stadium without refund and will not under any circumstances be relocated to the away supporters’ section.”

With Neal Ardley's side having put in a much improved performance against Lincoln City after some reinforcements were brought in during January, there is more optimism around the fixture from the Black & White Army's point of view.

For Notts tickets, here is the link to the official website article.

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