The club have announced that St Andrews has been sold out for Sunday’s do-or-die clash against Fulham.
A point will be enough even if both Burton and Barnsley win due to the Brewers’ inferior goal difference, but our opponents will go all out for a win to secure an automatic promotion place.
Fans are hoping that the atmosphere that a full house could generate will be electric:
What a club
— Kian Lennon (@lennonkian_) May 2, 2018
KRO. Incredible. Phenomenal.
— JuKeY (@JuKeY_) May 2, 2018
Oh my days….here’s hoping for a righteous day at the mighty stans on Sunday and the boys in royal blue don’t get stage fright and instead wear that shirt with pride for us bluenoses! KRO
— sarah southall (@SarahSassy1967) May 2, 2018
the thought of lossing and getting relegated infront of a full house is just so unimaginable..#kro
— richard p (@rpercy39) May 2, 2018
Any celebration of avoiding relegation will make me physically sick, whatever happens Monk needs to dispense with at least 75% of these limited players, otherwise we will be in the same predicament next season
— nick earl (@nick2323) May 2, 2018
Pros- Every seat in the house taken. Class support from our club once again
Cons- 1 pie between 4 people.
— Liam Maynard (@Liam3617) May 2, 2018
— 2Steps (@2STEPSHURLEY) May 2, 2018
Hope we push harder than ever! We need a point! Just a point please!
— John Gardiner (@John05061851) May 2, 2018
Going to be one hell of an atmosphere ????????
— BCFC Report (@BCFCReport_) May 2, 2018
It’s great to see that all tickets have been sold four days before the final game. Needless to say, I expect the place to be rocking at the weekend.
We need to get off to a good start to calm the nerves. It should be a cracking game, but hopefully, we can get a measure of control over proceedings.
There’s no need to go gung-ho with a draw only required, but at the same time, sitting back could be a recipe for disaster. Playing on the front foot, like we have done at home under Garry Monk, for the most part, is surely the best policy.