WIGAN Warriors have now sold out their allocation for Good Friday's derby at The Totally Wicked Stadium meaning the game is now a complete sell out.

It is Saints' turn to host the traditional Easter fixture on Friday, 29 March (3pm) and the home sections have been sold out for weeks.

More than 14,000 Saints supporters will have a sing/shout off against the near 4,000-Warriors contingent.

Wigan are currently unbeaten having survived a scare at Salford last week - and they sit second in the league table, level on points with Saints, Warrington and Catalans but with a game in hand.

The Saints’ Stadium Ticket Office has no availability of tickets and they have asked supporters to not contact or visit with an expectation of securing any tickets for the Good Friday fixture.

The Ticket Office at the stadium on gameday will be open for inquiries only, and any Match Ticket collections need to be made from the Ticket Collection point located next to the Ticket Office.

The club advise fans who have ordered tickets for collection, to collect them well in advance of the game.

They say on gameday any fan who has lost their ticket or Membership, or attends with the wrong ticket or Membership, will not be permitted entry into the stadium. The Ticket Office cannot re-print tickets or Memberships on gameday.