Aston Villa travel to Walsall on Tuesday night in their final friendly before embarking on their pre-season tour of Germany at the weekend.
Villa take on their League One hosts bidding to bounce back from the 2-1 defeat to Shrewsbury Town on Saturday afternoon.
Fans will be hoping to see new club captain John Terry in action again following the veteran’s highly anticipated claret and blue debut at the weekend.
For those intending to make the journey to the Banks’s Stadium, here’s some general information that may be of benefit.
The match kicks off at 7.45pm.
Tomorrow (Tuesday) is the last opportunity for away fans to buy tickets for the game.
Tickets for visiting supporters must be collected from Villa Park.
Tickets will not be sold to Villa fans at the Banks’s Stadium so those without tickets will be left disappointed should they travel to the game.
To book tickets phone 0333 323 1874.
The match is being streamed live on Villa’s official YouTube channel.
Prices are £12 for adults, £6 for over-60’s and under 18s. Family tickets can also be purchased for £15 (one adult and one under-18).
Away supporters will be situated in the University of Wolverhampton and St Francis stands.
Trains run from Birmingham New Street to Bescot Station on a regular basis, with the overall journey taking around 20 minutes.
The train station is located around a 5 minute walk from the stadium.
Supporters wishing to catch the bus to the ground can use the X51 service from Birmingham city centre to Walsall.
According to AA Route Planner, the Banks’s Stadium is 10.1 miles (18 minutes) away from Villa Park.
Aston Villa WMPolice tweeted: There is ‘lots of parking at the stadium, train station car park or on the retail park – just be aware that on the retail park you may only get 2hrs’
Further directions and car parking information is available at www.footballgroundguide.com
Food and Drink
The Saddlers Club, at the stadium, is open to away fans, and holds around 600 people.
However, the general advice for Villa fans wishing to drink is to use pubs in Birmingham before making their way to Walsall for the match.
Source : BirminghamMail