Boks v England in Bloem nearing a sell-out

2018-06-13 12:55
Springbok fans in Port Elizabeth (Gallo Images)

Bloemfontein - There are not many tickets left for this weekend's clash between the Springboks and England in Bloemfontein.

By lunch time on Wednesday, over 37 000 tickets had been sold for the second Test at Toyota Stadium. 

A Cheetahs spokesperson confirmed to Sport24 that, although the venue can hold up to 46 000, just over 40 000 tickets had been made available for the match. 

With two full days of ticket selling remaining, it seems highly likely that the stadium will be sold out by Saturday. 

Tickets are still available at the stadium offices or online at www.fscheetahs.co.za

Around 55 000 people attended the first Test at Ellis Park in Johannesburg, where the Boks came back to beat England 42-39. 

Kick-off on Saturday is at 17:05.

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