Wanderers have sold out their latest allocation of tickets for the upcoming trip to Carlisle in rapid time.

Ian Evatt’s men head to Brunton Park on Saturday, January 27 in League One action as the fixtures continue to come thick and fast.

The Whites had already sold out their initial allocation and the club confirmed that a further 1,500 terrace tickets had been made available to season ticket holders this morning.

It didn’t take long before the remaining tickets were snapped up, meaning nearly 3,000 Bolton fans will be making the trip to Cumbria.

An official statement confirmed: “Wanderers have sold out their full allocation for the trip to Carlisle United on Saturday, January 27.

“2,986 tickets have been snapped up for our visit to Brunton Park, with Ian Evatt’s men backed by yet another sold out away section. Thank you for your outstanding support!”

Carlisle currently sit 23rd in the table as they aim to build on last season’s promotion from the fourth tier.

Paul Simpson’s side are six points from safety following their 2-1 defeat against Barnsley at Oakwell in midweek.

Wanderers were beaten 3-1 when the sides met at the Toughsheet Community Stadium in October despite going ahead through a Jon Mellish own goal. Jordan Gibson struck a hat trick after Nathan Baxter had earlier denied Joe Garner from the penalty spot.

The Whites were also backed by sold-out away ends against Lincoln and Fleetwood over the festive period. Evatt’s men came out on top on both occasions after a couple of professional displays to maintain their ground in the promotion race.

Bolton are back on the road this weekend when they head to the capital to take on Richie Wellens’ in-form Leyton Orient side.

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