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Scottish Cup: Auchinleck Talbot and Hearts strike tickets agreement amid Covid restrictions limbo

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Henry Dumigan says Auchinleck Talbot are happy to play a waiting game for their live TV Scottish Cup clash against Hearts. Crowds are currently limited to only 500 under Scottish Government restrictions which are due to be reviewed only days before the Saturday, January 22 tie.If they are lifted, Beechwood Park will host a capacity 3,270 crowd with 1,785 tickets allocated to Talbot fans and 1,485 to Hearts.The tie, which kicks off at 12.30pm, will be screened live by BBC Scotland.Long-serving club secretary Dumigan revealed: “The tickets for the tie were already printed before the First Minister announced the decision to restrict crowds.“Our initial sale had been planned to start on Monday this week but we have decided as a committee to

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