OXFORD United's Emirates FA Cup tie at Newcastle United tomorrow will be watched by a sell-out crowd.

The final few home tickets for the fourth round clash were snapped up this morning, meaning the attendance is expected to pass 50,000.

More than 3,600 U's supporters are set to make the trip to St James' Park and fans can book their place until 3pm today.

Newcastle head coach Steve Bruce told the club's official website: "It's a full house, which is quite remarkable - (fourth) round of the FA Cup and, with no disrespect to Oxford, we've got 52,000, which is quite unbelievable."

Tomorrow's attendance could reach the all-time record for a United game outside of Wembley.

That came at Old Trafford in September 1985, when 51,820 people watched the U's lose 3-0 to Manchester United.