Date: 11th April 2008 at 6:29pm
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The Owls’ trip to the Walkers Stadium to take on Leicester City is set to be the biggest game of the season for both teams – and Wednesday fans are flocking in their numbers.

Wednesday’s initial allocation of 3,200 have already sold out at the Owls’ ticket office, proving demand is huge for what will be a key game for both teams who are fighting against relegation.

The clash, on Saturday April 6, is also the Owls’ final away match of the season – which usually witnesses a big travelling support for Wednesday no matter what the circumstances.

Wednesday could well be set for another batch of tickets with demand for away seats being high, although there is no confirmation as yet, and with Leicester also desperate for the points the Foxes could well be set for a full house at the Walkers Stadium.

And no doubt Wednesday fans will be looking for a repeat scoreline to that of last season at the Walkers – a 4-1 drubbing of the side now managed by Ian Holloway.