Date: 17th November 2009 at 11:13am
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Vital QPR – Breaking News
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Queens Park Rangers fans have snapped up their Doncaster tickets in numbers, with only 300 tickets left for the all-ticket clash.

With last season’s fixture a midweek game, it will be the first opportunity for many to sample what the Keepmoat Stadium has to offer.

This combined with the R’s sparkling form on the road is reason enough to see why Rangers are close to selling out their allocation of initially over 1,000.

The fixture comes with nine loyalty points with rumours that QPR may ask for more tickets in light of the growing demand for the all-ticket fixture.

616 supporters graced the Keepmoat on a cold evening in March earlier this year, but with Rangers riding the crest of a wave under Magilton, numbers have swelled with a bigger crowd hoping to cheer the R’s to victory in Yorkshire.




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