Tickets for the European Rugby Champions Cup against Exeter Chiefs at Sandy Park will go off sale at the Liberty Stadium at midday on Monday.
With Pool 2 proving to be extremely competitive, qualification for the last eight is looking likely to go all the way to the final round when the Ospreys travel to face the team currently sitting second in the Aviva Premiership.
Due to tournament regulations, any unsold tickets from the Ospreys allocation must be returned to the host club this coming Monday (4th January) and so will go off sale at midday. After that point all tickets must be purchased direct from the host club.
The Ospreys currently sit in pole position at the top of Pool 2 with 12 points from four games to date, including home wins over Exeter and Bordeaux and two points from each of the two games in France, having secured a losing bonus and a four-try bonus against both Clermont and Bordeaux.
Clermont are just behind in second place with 10 points, but with a game in hand following the postponement of their game against Bordeaux in November that will be played next week, on Friday 8th January, ahead of their visit to the Liberty Stadium on Friday 15th January 2016 (KO 7.45pm).
The same weekend sees third placed Exeter (10 points) travel to Bordeaux (fourth on 6 points) on the Saturday afternoon.
Pool 2 draws to a close on Sunday 24th January when both Pool 2 fixtures are played simultaneously at 3.15pm, the Ospreys making the trip to Sandy Park to face Exeter Chiefs while Clermont host Bordeaux.
With a place in the last eight very much up for grabs, it’s going to be a fantastic two weekends of rugby and you can secure your tickets for both games now by visiting ospreysrugby.com/buytickets.