Fulham are set to be buoyed by a large travelling support at Norwich City on Good Friday with the club selling out its entire allocation.

The club were allocated 1,500 tickets for what is yet another big game for the side and the last of those tickets were sold this morning after Fulham put in a routine win over Ipswich on Saturday afternoon.

However, some fans have been left frustrated with a smaller than usual allocation from the Canaries with no further tickets for away fans set to go on sale.

Friday's hosts currently sit in tenth place in the Championship after a disappointing campaign, but fans did receive some joy on the weekend when they battered play-off bound Reading 7-1 at Carrow Road.

Fulham will go into the tie hoping to secure another three points to keep them in the play-off race, with Sheffield Wednesday due to face Cardiff City at Hillsborough.

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