Sheffield United nearing sell out for Proact clash with the Spireites

Alex Baptiste tumbles into the net after opening the scoring for Sheffield United against Chesterfield
Alex Baptiste tumbles into the net after opening the scoring for Sheffield United against Chesterfield

Sheffield United say they’ve almost sold their entire allocation of 2,680 tickets for their clash with Chesterfield at the Proact next month.

The game, which will be televised live on Sky, will be played on Sunday 13th November at 2.15pm.

Chesterfield increased the allocation given to the Blades, who say approximately 70 tickets and a handful of single seats remain.

The game is due to take place in the international weekend, but the Derbyshire Times believes it will go ahead regardless of call ups for either side due to being televised.

Chris Wilder’s United sit fourth in League One.

Chesterfield, whose manager Danny Wilson and his assistant Chris Morgan have both been employed by the Blades, are second bottom.

Last season Town lost 3-0 at home to United.