It may not be the ’10K4MK’ that everyone was hoping for, but there is still 8,800 Wolves fans travelling to Milton Keynes.
With the average attendance of 8,325 it is sure to be the biggest crowd MK see this season, bettering the best of 14,988 against Coventry City.
There could of course be the scenario that Wolves supporters actually out number the home support.
As a head coach pushing for promotion, how great must it be for Kenny Jackett to hear that type of support from the fans?
It has to give the players a confidence boost?
“This will be a step up – we know that, we understand that, we are pleased with the support, we are delighted. It`s fantastic for us, for myself for the coaches, for the players – it is fantastic to generate that amount of interest and to have that level of support on the day in the stadium.’ Jackett told the Birmingham Mail.
He continued: “It will probably be around 50-50. For an away game that is great.
“Generally our away games have been the opposition`s biggest game of the season. There have been packed houses, it has been hard to get tickets and very good atmospheres.
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