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Hereford United's vital clash versus Torquay United is not all ticket
Hereford United's vital game against Torquay on Saturday is not all ticket.
A huge crowd is expected at Edgar Street as the Bulls aim to get the win that might keep them in the Football League.
Torquay - who are going for automatic promotion - have already sold out their ticket allocation of 1,300.
Hereford United and the police though have advised supporters to buy tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
"We realise that interest in this game is huge and that it is very important to both clubs, but we do need to ensure the game passes off without incident off the field," said temporary chief inspector Martin Taylor.
"Therefore a police operation will be in place on the day to ensure the safety of everyone attending the game and this operation will also ensure that any away fans who do not have a valid match ticket will be turned away.
"Although at the present time, the match is not all ticket for home supporters, we would also encourage Bulls fans to buy their tickets in advance because there will be no entry to the game once all the tickets are sold.
"It goes without saying that for safety reasons we cannot allow fans to enter Edgar Street once the capacity is reached."
Supporters can get their tickets by calling 08442 761939 or from the club's Starlite Rooms.
Twelve match and six match holders with games still remaining should contact the club as soon as possible to claim their tickets.
Full season ticket holders do not have to call the club and should use voucher 23 on the day.