With just one day to go until Judgement Day at the Millennium Stadium, Manager Gerry Toms is urging fans to get their tickets early and avoid unnecessary queues on matchday.

Up to 35,000 fans are expected to head to the city-centre tomorrow to watch the four Welsh regions meet for the first time in back-to-back games – Dragons v Scarlets (2.30pm) and Blues v Ospreys (5.15pm) – at the national home of sport.

As the final preparations are underway at the Millennium Stadium, Mr Toms has reminded fans to snap up their tickets as early as possible to ensure a great day out in Cardiff.

“We’ve two great games of rugby on at the Millennium Stadium tomorrow and fans from all four regions will be heading to Cardiff for a fantastic afternoon of sport. With the weather looking good, we’re expecting lots of fans to be last-minute ticket buyers and my message to all supporters is to get to the city-centre early to avoid the queues and ensure you’re sitting comfortably when the games kick off at 2.30pm and 5.15pm.”

He added: “Tickets will be available from Cardiff Blues Ticket Office from 9am on matchday so that rugby fans can get their tickets and still have plenty of time to go out and have something to eat in the city-centre before the back-to-back games.

“After Wales’ thrilling 6 Nations Championship win at the stadium just two weeks ago, we’re going to see some great rugby tomorrow afternoon and we want fans to make the most of another great rugby occasion and avoid the disappointment of unnecessary queues.”

Tickets are priced at £25 for adults, £10 for U18s and a family ticket is £50 (two adults, two children)

Tickets are available today at Ticketline and WRU Shop on Westgate Street in Cardiff and Cardiff Blues ticket office will open tomorrow at 9am.