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Bristol City have announced ticket details for next month's Carabao Cup semi-final first leg away to Manchester City.
Tickets will go on sale tomorrow for season ticket holders who have been to one or more away game. Other season ticket holders can then purchase tickets from Friday.
Any remaining tickets will be made available for general sale from Wednesday January 3rd.
Bristol City will face the Premier League leaders over two legs with the winner facing either Chelsea or Arsenal in the final.
You can find pricing and other details on Bristol City's website.
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Bristol City’s Carabao Cup quarter-final tie with Manchester United will be shown live on national television.
Sky Sports will broadcast the match which will be played at Ashton Gate on Wednesday, December 20th (8pm kick-off).
City have already beaten Plymouth Argyle, Watford, Stoke City and Crystal Palace en route to the last eight.
The club says it will confirm its plans for ticket sales and pricing next week.
Bristol City have been drawn at home against Manchester United in the quarter finals of the Carabao Cup.
City are the only team from outside the Premier League who are still in the competition and will now face the Red Devils at Ashton Gate.
The West Country side booked their place in the quarter finals with a 4-1 win over Crystal Palace in the round of 16.
The draw for the quarter finals was delayed by more than an hour following technical problems.
City fan and comedian Mark Watson has made an unusual pledge if the Robins win the cup.
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