(QHA) - For days after FIFA lifted a supporter ban for Ukraine’s next World Cup qualifier against Poland ticket offices have reopened, reports Euronews. Some 40 000 tickets are up for grabs for the October 11th match – all of which are expected to sell out in the next few days. According to the decision regulating the sales of ticket for groups, one person can buy four tickets only. As reported earlier, FIFA banned Ukraine supporters from attending the game in Kharkiv after officials from FARE (Football against Racism in Europe) reported racist abuse from fans during a 9-0 win against San Marino in Lviv last month. But after Ukraine appealed FIFA temporarily lifted the ban under the so-called “suspensive effect” as they cannot judge the case ahead of the match. To be noted, with two rounds of world cup qualifiers remaining Ukraine are second in Group H on 15 points, level with Montenegro and one behind leaders England.