Coventry City reduce ticket prices for crunch League One clash against Portsmouth
Coventry City have reduced ticket prices for Pompey’s crunch League One clash.
Both sides are firmly in the promotion race heading into the encounter on Tuesday.
The Sky Blues currently sit fifth in the table on 48 points, with Kenny Jackett's men a place and point behind heading into their games against Bolton and Tranmere respectively this weekend.
The outcome of the showdown could play a crucial part in both sides’ aspirations this season.
And Coventry have made tickets cheaper in a bid for a bumper crowd inside St Andrew’s.
They've been reduced to £15 for adults, £10 concessions and £5 under-18s for the game, while booking fees have been scrapped.
Mark Robins’ troops have been forced to ground share with Birmingham City this season, after failing to reach a deal to remain at the Ricoh Arena.
The Sky Blues have averaged just more than 6,000 home fans this term – yet they’re hoping for a greater number against Pompey.
The Fratton faithful will travel en masse to the midlands, with the Blues selling out their allocation of 1,200 seats.