Date: 16th January 2018 at 7:21pm
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Leeds United have announced that over 31,000 tickets have been sold for the clash with Millwall this weekend.

The Don Revie North Stand is now sold out and the South Stand is heading for a sell-out with only a few tickets remaining in the stand after the club but section FA6 on sale today.

Millwall will be coming to Elland Road this season with no restrictions on ticket purchases for the first time since 2007 and the lions have sold over 1,000 tickets for the game. Millwall fans have been forced to collect tickets from a service station on the outskirts of Leeds since trouble flared at the League One clash in 2007 when Leeds won 4-2.

Leeds have the best average home attendance in the Championship this season with an average of 32,314 fans coming through the turnstiles at Elland Road.

Tickets can still be purchased ahead of the game either by phone 03713341992 or via the official website.

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