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Orient clash with Wolves sold out

15:21 14 April 2014

Mathieu Baudry celebrates his equaliser against Wolves in the reverse game at Molineux. Pic by Simon O

Mathieu Baudry celebrates his equaliser against Wolves in the reverse game at Molineux. Pic by Simon O'Connor

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Leyton Orient’s Easter Monday clash with Wolves is sold out.

The match, live on Sky Sports, kicks off at 12.15pm. Wolves have already clinched promotion and could seal the title at Brisbane Road.

It is the second sell out of the season after the game against promotion rivals Brentford last month.

The Midlands club have been allocated 2,587 for the match.

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