WANDERERS have announced prices for their FA Cup third round clash with Walsall.

Adult tickets at the University of Bolton Stadium will cost £15, with Over-65s and Under-18s at £5 - and go on sale this morning at Bolton Central.

The game is one of only a handful of ties which will be played at a traditional 3pm Saturday slot on January 5.

The Football Supporters Federation have voiced their anger at scheduling, which sees matches spread across the weekend to maximise domestic and foreign television audiences.

“Match-going supporters are already of the view that there is too much live football on TV,” said Malcolm Clarke, chairman of the FSF. “Having the third-round games spread out so thinly across the weekend diminishes the identity of the competition – ignoring what domestic supporters of the competition want.

“We’re particularly concerned that the number of broadcast games could have a negative effect on match-day attendances in the competition and we will be taking the issue directly to the FA.”

Walsall won through to face Wanderers for the first time in the FA Cup with a 1-0 win at Sunderland.

Wanderers have also confirmed only the Carrs Pasties (North), Nat Lofthouse (East) and Bolton Kia (West) lower tiers of the University of Bolton Stadium will be open for the game.