Hearts sell out initial ticket allocation for 168-mile trip to Ross County - briefs available in Dingwall
Hearts to be backed by sizeable visiting crowd for crucial fixture
Hearts have confirmed they have sold out their initial 600 allocation for the visit to Ross County this evening.
By Tuesday afternoon the final briefs were snapped up ahead of the crucial fixture in Dingwall. The club have confirmed that tickets will be available for fans making their way to the game this evening and will be on sale in a portacabin outside the Global Energy Stadium Main Stand with cash and card accepted.
Daniel Stendel's team head north bottom of the table five points behind 11th place Hamilton who visit the Capital to face Hibs the same evening.
Hearts have not won in the league since November - a 5-2 win over St Mirren under interim boss Austin MacPhee - and have 17 games to ensure their Ladbrokes Premiership safety.
The 5-0 win over Airdrieonians and the position the team find themselves in has pushed fans to make the 336-mile round trip to support the team on a Wednesday evening in winter.
Hearts will likely be without key players Michael Smith and Aaron Hickey, as well as Sean Clare who is suspended. But fans who make the journey could catch a glimpse of new signing Donis Avdijaj in action.