West Bromwich Albion fans are unhappy with the limited allocation of tickets for their trip to West Ham United in the FA Cup.
After successfully seeing off Charlton in their third round tie earlier in the month thanks to a Kenneth Zohore goal, the Baggies now travel to face West Ham on 25th of January.
Despite the capacity of the London stadium being 66,000, an away allocation of 5,000 tickets were sold within 48 hours, the club confirmed via their official website.
Baggies’ fourth round opponents West Ham setup the tie after beating Gillingham two weeks ago, but their recent troubles in the Premier League make this an interesting tie.
Slaven Bilic’s side sit top of the Championship table and are firm favourites to seal an automatic promotion to England’s top flight.
Prior to the game against West Ham, Bilic’s side face Stoke City next Monday evening in a tie that pits two former Premier League sides against each other.
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) January 15, 2020
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— Jack Fleming (@Jrnfleming) January 15, 2020
Demand for more tickets please
— Michael (@Michael65101368) January 15, 2020
More allocation pls
— Dan Chaloner (@WbaDan3) January 15, 2020
How the hell can this sell out. Its London Stadium for gods sake.
— Mark Mansell (@MarkMansell) January 15, 2020
— Rob Paddock (@RobPaddockWBA) January 15, 2020
— Liam. (@LiamCooper_20) January 15, 2020
Announce more allocation lads
— Reece (@reexew) January 15, 2020
More allocation or riot
— Dan Sherriff🇷🇺 (@SherriffWBA) January 15, 2020