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Colchester United's vital clash with Wrexham this weekend is a sell out

Full house - Colchester United's game with Wrexham is now officially sold out <i>(Image: STEVE BRADING)</i>
Full house - Colchester United's game with Wrexham is now officially sold out (Image: STEVE BRADING)

COLCHESTER United have announced that their crucial home clash with Wrexham this weekend is a sell out.

The U's have announced that there are no longer any tickets available for the League Two fixture, which takes place at the JobServe Community Stadium on Saturday (kick-off 3pm).

Colchester are in need of a win to boost their chances of avoiding relegation from League Two, this season.

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They currently lie a point adrift of safety in the table, with seven games remaining.

The U's host a Wrexham side managed by former U's promotion-winning boss Phil Parkinson who are aiming to go up to League One.

The Red Dragons currently lie third in the table, four points off leaders Stockport County.

 

Colchester are advising supporters to arrive early at the stadium to allow everyone time to get through the turnstiles.

Car parking for the game is also sold out and the club are asking supporters to arrive early to minimise congestion.

An alternative parking option is the Colchester Park and Ride across the A12, with access via Boxted Road, with parking spaces available to be pre-booked on MiPermit.

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The Fan Zone will be open for both home and away fans in the Legends Bar in the West Stand, opening at 12.30pm, with the internal screens showing the East Anglian derby as Norwich City take on Ipswich Town, at Carrow Road.

The Legends Bar and Hotshots Cafe will be open from 12.30pm until kick-off, and then open again from the end of the game for approximately one hour.

Colchester's home clash with Wrexham is the first of two successive home games for the club, with current leaders Stockport County the visitors next Tuesday night.