tough one to answer, m8, depends on what you mean by "likely", e.g. a % chance?
how many away games do you want to go? do you want to focus on any particular part of the country? most of the clubs with the smallest capacity grounds have moved and/or been relegated, e.g. brighton, rotherham, uh colchester?
all in all I'd say likely, if you apply promptly, yes, but you'd likely enough miss out here & there.
Have to say I've come to realise that if you're on your own and don't mind where you sit, you can get a ticket for pretty much anything, just be keeping an eye out on Twatter. You say 'boys' though, so I assume three of you; that would be a deal more tricky.
I'm planning going to Wolves away in December. Only 2300 tickets allocated. I've got a ST so should be okay but my mate has Gold Membership. What's the chances of tickets still being available when offered to Gold so that we can sit together. Or should I just book a ticket for myself when ST sales are open?
These are for fans with a disability who do not want to be in separate designated area. I understand that the number of these tickets cannot be restricted. Does this mean that "Ambulant Disabled" tickets are sold on a first come first served to all fans?