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Preview: BBL Cup Semi-Final

Bristol Flyers v Glasgow Rocks
BBL Cup semi-final, first leg
Friday, December 12th, 7.30pm

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Bristol Flyers take on Glasgow Rocks this Friday in the BBL Cup semi-final, in what is the biggest game of the club's inaugural season in the BBL so far.

A win would give Andreas Kapoulas' men a great chance to progress to their first ever BBL Cup final, ahead of the second leg in Glasgow on Sunday.

Flyers have beaten Worcester Wolves and two-times runners-up Plymouth Raiders to reach the semi-final, whilst Rocks vanquished London Lions and Leicester Riders to get this far.

It's currently 1-1 in the head-to-head stakes between the two sides this season with Flyers winning the first game and Rocks taking the second.

There's nothing to choose between the teams in the BBL table with both teams sitting in the playoff spots with 12 points apiece. Tip-off on Friday at the SGS WISE Arena for what promises to be a highly contested first leg is 7.30pm,

Tickets are priced at £10 adults, £8 concessions, £4 child and £25 for a family of four. Fans also have the option to upgrade to VIP courtside seating, including a drinks package and reserved parking for £25.

Click here to guarantee your seat as the Flyers look to make history.

The second leg in Glasgow will be broadcast live on BBL TV.

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