Hereford United have been allocated 3,400 tickets for their FA Cup third round replay at Leicester City next Wednesday.

The tickets, priced at £20 for the upper tier of the stand and £17 for the lower tier (£10 and £8 concessions), will go on sale to fans from 7-9pm tonight in the Legends bar at Edgar Street, on a first-come first-served basis.

They will also be on sale from the club offices tomorrow and on Friday from 9am-4pm, and in the Legends bar again on Sunday from 11am-12.30pm. Coaches are being organised to take supporters to Filbert Street.

The winners will visit Arsenal in the fourth round on January 8, and United expect to make around £50,000 from the replay.

They had originally hoped for around £100,000, but United's Director of Football Graham Turner said: "Ours will be the third home game in a week for Leicester supporters and they fear there won't be any sort of a crowd."

Hereford's home Central Conference clash with Nuneaton tonight has been postponed due to a frozen pitch.