Date: 30th March 2011 at 7:53pm
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QUEENS Park Rangers have been given a minimal allocation in away clashes at Cardiff City and Watford.

It seems that the run in has captured the imagination of more than just the QPR support as both of these npower Championship clashes see Rangers get a relatively small allocation.

There will be 1863 tickets on sale against Cardiff with 125 family area tickets. This is a fixture live on the BBC that promises much for the promotion shake-up.

The more disappointing aspect is the 1834 allocation at Watford, a place where QPR have been known to sell out many times over the years.

Perhaps understandable the limited ticket numbers at the Cardiff City Stadium, but with the season drawing to a closer one can’t help but feel that a mere 1834 could be there to witness a long season draw to it’s conclusion one way or another at Vicarage Road.

Watford have yet to announce whether they will continue to segregate the away end for this fixture with the possibility of relocating home support to accommodate more travelling supporters.

 

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