OXFORD City will take 223 fans to Dorking Wanderers for tomorrow’s Vanarama National League South play-off semi-final.

Away supporters had until midday today to book their place for the last-four clash after tickets went on sale on Wednesday night.

City managed to shift just over half the allocation of 400 they were given after Dorking sold out the home section.

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Visiting fans can still secure a seat on one of two supporters’ coaches heading to Surrey, which the club have laid on free of charge.

The buses will leave Court Place Farm at midday tomorrow.

Fans who want to travel by coach must send their name, telephone or mobile number and match ticket booking reference number to andrew.gate@oxcityfc.co.uk by 5pm today.

It promises to be a great occasion at Dorking’s Meadowbank Stadium, where 1,445 fans watched the hosts beat Ross Jenkins’ side 1-0 in their regular season game at the start of February.

City’s eliminator win over Eastbourne Borough attracted a crowd of 1,349, a record league attendance at Court Place Farm.

The Marston-based outfit have had some memorable Emirates FA Cup away days in recent years, with 274 away supporters travelling to Meadow Lane for their 3-2 second-round defeat at Notts County in 2017.