Supporters urged to arrive early for Australia clash.

Rugby League supporters are being urged to arrive early at DW Stadium, Wigan, on Saturday for England’s massive Gillette Four Nations clash with Australia.

Due to the ongoing national postal strike, the ticket office at DW Stadium will open at 9.30am on Saturday and all tickets purchased between now and Saturday morning will be available for collection at the ground to ensure fans get to see the action. 

Sally Bolton, the RFL’s Director of Events and Projects, said: “The RFL has made special arrangements that will enable fans who buy tickets for England v Australia to collect them from the stadium on the day of the game.

“We are advising supporters to get to DW Stadium as early as possible to collect their tickets as with a number of local football teams including Bolton Wanderers also playing at home on Saturday the area will be very busy.

“Supporters can still order tickets from the RFL Ticket Office or online all week secure in the knowledge that their tickets will be waiting for them prior to kick off.” 

Tickets for Saturday’s Gillette Four Nations game between England and Australia at DW Stadium, Wigan (2.30 kick-off) are still available and prices start from £20.

To purchase tickets please call 0844 856 11 13 or visit www.rugbyleaguetickets.co.uk  

For the latest tournament news and more in-depth interviews, please visit www.gillette4nations.co.uk