Wanderers boss Ian Evatt has offered an amazing last chance to four fans to watch his side in the Papa Johns Trophy Semi-final on Wednesday night.

Evatt has made his allocation of four tickets available to auction to raise money for the victims of earthquakes in Turkey and Syria.

The away allocation of 2,607 sold out in less than an hour but Accrington Stanley have kindly allowed the tickets to be offered as part of the club’s ‘Love of Humanity’ appeal, launched after the disaster, which claimed more than 40,000 lives and has made thousands homeless.

The appeal began last week during the game against MK Dons with a stadium-wide bucket appeal, with the proceeds to be sent to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), a committee that brings together 15 leading UK aid charities at times of crisis overseas.

That total will be boosted by what is raised by the auction of two pairs of tickets for the Stanley semi-final, which represents Wanderers’ first chance to get to Wembley in 12 years and their first knockout cup final since 2004.

“I know our tickets sold out very quickly and we will again be superbly supported at Accrington,” said Evatt.

“Hopefully, this will allow some supporters who hadn’t been able to get tickets the opportunity to go the match and get behind the team.

“Their successful offers will also mean raising more money for such an important cause as we try and help and continue to think of those suffering as a result of the disaster in Turkey and Syria.”

The tickets are being auctioned on Bolton Wanderers’ official auction website between 10am and 8pm TODAY (February 21).

The winning bidders will need to provide proof of identification and collect their tickets from the ticket office at the University of Bolton Stadium before 5.30pm on Wednesday.

The winning bids must be paid for via the online auction site or at the club shop prior to collecting the tickets.

To bid for the items or check on the auction price CLICK HERE and HERE.