ABOUT 2000 people are expected to pack Bendigo Stadium on Sunday for the WNBL semi-final showdown.
Bendigo Spirit will take on Dandenong Rangers in the semi with the winner guaranteeing their place in the grand final.
Tickets for the big game are selling fast, so fans are encouraged to get in quick.
Bendigo Spirit administrator Jess Lee said more seats were about to be released to the public to ensure no-one would miss out on getting to the game.
Lee encouraged the community to rally behind the Spirit once again, ensuring the team has a big advantage.
“It is very exciting,” Lee said.
“It is great to see a regional basketball team like Bendigo play in another finals series.
"Last year Bendigo really got behind the team and we want that again."
The Bendigo Spirit are the defending champions after they won the title last year.
Lee urged people to get their tickets soon or risk missing out.
“It is a big game, it is first playing second and the Spirit need all the support they can get,” she said.
"We want there to be a great atmosphere at the game."
Lee said the ticket office at the Bendigo Stadium would be open on Saturday between 9am and 4pm and on Sunday from 9am til game time at 1pm.
Tickets for the semi-final cost $27.50 for an adult, $22 for a concession and $17.50 for a child.
All tickets are subject to a $3 payment processing fee.
Tickets can also be purchased via the Stadium website.