Whilst it is not something that was ever in doubt, the Champions League match at San Siro between AC Milan and Napoli will certainly be a sell-out.
As has been reported by Milan News on Tuesday, within the first three hours of the sale being made available to the season ticket holders, 14,000 tickets were sold.
That is a good sign that in later phases of the sale to other fans, all of the tickets will be snapped up extremely quickly for what is a massive occasion.
The match at San Siro is the first leg which means that everything will be to play for. Coming up against this Napoli side that has a 19-point lead at the top of Serie A is not ideal for Stefano Pioli, but there are no easy games in the Champions League quarter-finals.
The first leg is set to take place on April 12 with the second leg coming a week later.