Date:Monday March 13 2006
Watford's Good Friday trip to Molinuex to face Wolverhampton Wanderers is now an All-Ticket affair.
The game looks set to be of significant importance to both sides as Wolves, who are managed by ex-England boss Glen Hoddle, having just moved into the last remaining play-off spot and will be looking to continue their recent run of good form to maintain their position and keep their Premiership dream alive. While Watford, who are in pursuit of Leeds and Sheffield United for the second automatic promotion spot, will be hoping they can make it three wins out of three this season against their rivals from the West Midlands this season.
Tickets for match, which is scheduled for Friday April 15, are now on sale from the Ticket Office priced at £27 for adults and £14 for concessions.
However, if any of the Yellow Army are unlucky enough not to get a ticket for the Championship clash – it is being televised by Sky Sports, kick-off 17.15
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