Away leg sales were around 400 and home leg sales had just hit 3300. This is mainly because of the difficult way in which the club has gone about organizing the sales of tickets and many fans I have spoken to have found it difficult to purchase them.
Firstly around half of the usual Griffin Park crowd are club members which has severly shortened figures, also with the Bees having no internet, telephone or postal sales, tickets have to be purchased directly from the stadium. Obviously being working people the Griffin Park faithful have therefore not being able to visit the ground to pick up their ticket.
Wednesday fans have been buying in their droves and it is clearly going to be a big night in the north, hopefully today fans will be queing hard to get hold of the tickets when they go on general sale so we can take a great capacity with us to spur the team on.