Monday 28 November 2022 03:32 PM England and Wales match at Qatar World Cup fails to sell out trends now
The so-called 'Battle of Britain' meeting between England and Wales at the World Cup has failed to sell out with tickets still being available today through official channels, MailOnline can reveal.
And Qatar fans have been dumping tickets on resale sites after the host country were eliminated by losing its first two matches.
Thousands of tickets for Qatar's last match at the World Cup against Holland were also available today at a tournament which has been marked by empty seats at stadia across Doha.
The so-called 'Battle of Britain' meeting between England and Wales at the World Cup has failed to sell out with tickets still being available today through official channels, MailOnline can reveal. Above: England's Harry Kane (left) during the match against the US on Friday; and Wales captain Gareth Bale during his team's defeat to Iran
Police are on high alert after clashes between England and Wales fans outside bars in Tenerife last Friday ahead of the big match with both teams desperate to win.
Two fans from Hertfordshire, Sumit Bose, 54 and his son Kiran, arrived last night with tickets for today's Ghana and South Korea match and were stunned to be able to buy two more for tomorrow's World Cup group decider.
Kiran, 24, who fronts the London band Avenue as lead guitarist and vocalist, said: 'My dad and I could not believe it when we went online on our phones at breakfast time and got two tickets of the official portal.'
The graduate Barnet, who was wearing his