Date: 7th February 2020 at 12:40pm
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Some Sheffield Wednesday fans have been left fuming at the latest ticket update involving their FA Cup game against Manchester City.

Wednesday will face City in the fifth round of the FA Cup in March after they had beaten Queens Park Rangers 2-1 in the fourth round of the competition and ousting Premier League side Brighton in the third round by a 1-0 margin at the Amex Stadium.

Are the prices high for the Man City game?

Yes, not paying that much

Yes, not paying that much

Not too high for Man City

Not too high for Man City

Recently, the club’s Twitter account posted an update of their ticket information for the game against Pep Guardiola’s men – and many Owls fans were fuming at the prices for it.

The club’s statement has also confirmed that the fifth-round tie against the champions will be played on Wednesday 4th March and will be live on BBC One, kicking off at 7.45 pm.

It also goes on to state that for non-season ticket holders, the price for adult tickets is £30, and £20 for those over-65s and under-21s – while the price for under-17s stands at £5.

What do we think?

While fans do have every reason to be angry at the pricing, this is about facing the champions of England and one of the biggest clubs in the country. To watch that game, fans might just fancy paying a little extra for it.