Date: 9th January 2007 at 3:16pm
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Wednesday are set to be spurred on by a bumper following at Pride Park this Saturday as 4,000 Owls fans look set to make the short trip to Derby for the vital Championship clash.

By Monday morning the Owls ticket office had already sold over 3,500 tickets for the trip to Derbyshire, with just over a thousand left for sale before the clash against Billy Davies’ team on Saturday (kick-off 3pm).

And with five days left with the tickets already on general sale, Wednesday could well sell out their allocation and give Brian Laws men another superb backing as they look to upset the form book and get a vital three points against the promotion hopefuls.

The match is likely to differ greatly from the last time Wednesday travelled to Pride Park – with Leon Best and Marcus Tudgay goals earning Wednesday all three points in their final away trip of last season, backed by over 5,000 wednesdayites.

Upper Stand tickets priced £27 Adult, £14 Over 60 and £10 Under 16 and Lower Stand tickets priced £25 Adult, £13 Over 60 and £10 Under 16 are now on general sale for Owls fans.

Tickets can be booked by visiting the Owls ticket office, by calling 0870 999 1867 and selecting option 2, or by booking online at www.swfc.co.uk.