OXFORD City will provide free coach travel for fans going to Saturday's play-off semi-final against Dorking Wanderers.

Two buses will leave Court Place Farm at midday and head for the Vanarama National League South clash in Surrey.

City have been allocated 400 tickets for the match at the Meadowbank Stadium (3pm) and had sold 100 as of this morning. They are available to buy until 12pm tomorrow.

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Dorking fans snapped up the final home tickets last night.

Supporters who want to book their seat on a coach must send their name, telephone or mobile number and match ticket booking reference number to andrew.gate@oxcityfc.co.uk.

Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

It comes after a record league crowd of 1,349 watched last night’s 2-0 win over Eastbourne Borough at Court Place Farm.

Elliot Benyon and George Harmon scored as City progressed from their eliminator tie.

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Dorking automatically qualified for the semi-final by virtue of finishing second in National League South, six points behind leaders Maidstone United.

Tickets are available on the Dorking Wanderers website.