Dundee United are expecting a bumper crowd for their Premiership Play-Off first-leg encounter with Hamilton tonight.
Seats went on sale for season ticket holders on Saturday, with over 4,000 Arabs snapping up their places, before going on general sale the following day.
The club have since announced the Eddie Thompson and George Fox Stands are sold out, with under 1,000 tickets remaining in the West Stand.
A crowd that could clear the 10,000 mark is just what Ray McKinnon and his side are after as they bid to make an immediate return to the top flight.
And they’ll have the continued backing of the fans for the away leg, with United’s total ticket allocation of 2,689 selling out yesterday.
Remaining tickets for tonight’s clash can be purchased at the gate.
Fans are urged to get to the game early. A special flag display will take place, prior to a minute’s silence as a mark of respect for the Manchester terror attack victims.
Arrive early ✅ flag display ✅ minutes silence ?✊?Cheer on team ✅
— Dundee United FC (@dundeeunitedfc) May 25, 2017