A total of 39 flights will deliver football fans to the southern Russian city of Volgograd for the World Cup match between Poland and Japan, the press service of the city's airport has said.
Poland, who have already been knocked out of the World Cup, will face Group H leaders Japan in Volgograd on Friday morning AEST.
"A total of 29 additional airplanes carrying fans are expected on Wednesday and on Thursday. A total of 10 airplanes carrying fans landed in Volgograd yesterday," the press service said.
A spokesperson of the Privolzhskaya Railway, which is a subsidiary of the Russian Railways, said that four additional trains carrying fans would arrive in Volgograd on Thursday.
"Three additional trains from Moscow and one from Kazan will arrive in Volgograd. They will deliver over 1,600 fans," the spokesperson said.