Nottingham Forest have revealed their ticket sales for the game at Newcastle on Wednesday night.

The Forest fans have had plenty to say before the match but in terms of those actually bothering to travel, their club says less than a thousand have committed so far.

By Monday Nottingham Forest had sold just over 900 tickets (see below) and then on Tuesdayy lunchtime they confirmed that had risen to ‘approaching one thousand’.

Interesting to see what the crowd will be from a Newcastle perspective.

Obviously supporters gutted at the stance  taken by Mike Ashley but this hasn’t stopped fans staying behind Rafa Benitez and his players.

Spurs was a sell out, Huddersfield away quickly went, then West Ham on Saturday is already sold out.

Remember, tickets are £10 and £5 (concessions) at the moment but if you wait until Wednesday they double in price.

Newcastle fans will be interested to see how the likes of Jacob Murphy and Rolando Aarons get on, as well as wondering whether Rafa will play Mitro or Joselu…or both!

Not a great choice in terms of defenders though, unless the United boss brings a few (Haidara, Hanley etc) out of the wilderness.

Nottingham Forest official announcement:

‘Nottingham Forest have 600 tickets remaining for their Carabao Cup second-round tie against Newcastle United on Wednesday night.

The club have received an allocation of 1,510 reserved seat tickets located behind the goal in Level 7 of the Leazes Stand and tickets will remain on sale until 12pm on Wednesday.

Tickets purchased through the Nottingham Forest ticket office are priced as follows:

Adults – £10

Seniors (65 years of age and above) – £5

Under 18s – £5

Full-time students – £5

Tickets can be purchased in person at the ticket office or by calling 0115 982 4388. Tickets are no longer available online.

Supporters should be aware that there will be no sales on arrival at St James’ Park and that pre-paid collections will be available from the visitors’ turnstiles (numbers 93 and 94).’