NEWPORT County AFC have confirmed that next week’s FA Cup second-round replay against Wrexham at Rodney Parade will take place on Tuesday at 7.45pm with tickets on sale from tomorrow.

The teams drew 0-0 at The Racecourse Ground last Saturday, with Exiles boss Michael Flynn admitting his side were lucky to earn a replay but goalkeeper Joe Day is confident they can finish the job at Rodney Parade.

The second meeting has not been selected for live TV coverage with BT Sport opting to show Southport v Tranmere Rovers on Monday, December 17, and Blackpool v Solihull Moors the following day.

And the Argus understands that neither S4C or BBC Wales will be able to broadcast the all-Welsh cup clash, meaning the only way to see all the action is to be at Rodney Parade.

Tickets are on sale to season ticket holders, Trust members and club volunteers from 9.30am to 5pm tomorrow, in person at the Kingsway club shop or over the phone on 01633 415374.

Supporters will be allocated one ticket per Trust member, one ticket per season ticket holder and one ticket per volunteer.

Tickets then go on general sale both online and at the club shop from 9.30am on Friday.

Season ticket holders’ seats will continue to be retained until Saturday but season ticket holders wishing to retain their seat will not be able to purchase these online.

On Saturday tickets will be available from the club shop from 9.30am to 2pm.

The shop is closed on Sunday, when tickets will be available online only.

It reopens on Monday, when tickets will be available from 9.30am to 5pm

And on Tuesday tickets remain on general sale until kick-off.

Online sales will stop at 5pm but fans can purchase in person at the club shop from 9am to 11.30am and from midday to kick-off at the Rodney Parade ticket office.

Tickets cost from £13 to £20 for adults, £10 to £17 for senior citizens, £8 to £15 for those aged 16 to 21, £5 to £12 for under-16s and £3 to £10 for under-12s. For hospitality email

County were beaten 7-6 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in last night's Checkatrade Trophy tie.

But Flynn says there were "lots of positives" for his team ahead of Saturday's League Two trip to Swindon Town.