Date: 29th October 2008 at 7:50pm
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The countdown to the biggest game of the season for Forest fans has begun and with every ticket for the game being sold, fans have been warned against buying illegal tickets.

The Forest allocation of 2,800 have been snapped up and many fans have had to miss out. The miserly allocation for the Reds’ is due to the police wanting better segregation inside the ground.

Because of the shortage of available tickets, fans have sought other ways of getting hold of them. One of the methods being used, was through www.worldticketshop.com. Fans have been paying up to £120 per ticket, according to the Derby Evening Telegraph who say they have carried out an investigation into the ticket sales.

The paper says that any Forest fans caught with tickets for the home end, will be booted out. It’s illegal for outside agencies to sell tickets and police have said they will investigate the website.