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Coventry have announced that the home leg of their Johnstone's Paint Trophy area final against Crewe is a sell-out.

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Ricoh Arena: Home to the Sky Blues

Ricoh Arena: Home to the Sky Blues

The Sky Blues have shifted their total allocation in excess of 28,000 tickets for the encounter on Tuesday February 5 - only the second time they have done so at the Ricoh Arena after the club's FA Cup quarter-final against Chelsea in March 2009 attracted a crowd of 31,407.

Coventry have been selling tickets for just £5 as they bid to reach Wembley for the first time since their famous FA Cup triumph over Tottenham in 1987.

City host Crewe in the first leg of their northern section final before the second leg at Gresty Road on Wednesday February 20.

The winners will face either Southend or Leyton Orient at Wembley.

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