The FA will ask UEFA to investigate a Norwegian firm which is selling tickets via the internet for England's October 11 showdown with Turkey in Istanbul, to English fans. A Sun newspaper investigation turned up the company, which it claimed offered one of the best seats in the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium just three minutes after logging on to the website. England need a draw in Istanbul to book a place in next year's finals, but the FA has warned fans to stay away from the game, warning that any crowd trouble could lead to the team being kicked out of the tournament. FA marketing chief Paul Barber said: "I am surprised and very concerned. "I have no idea where this company are getting tickets from. But the fact they are selling them without any checks is not good news. "We will be contacting UEFA and the Turkish FA immediately and asking them to investigate this company. Hopefully UEFA can shut down their supply line before tickets end up in the wrong hands."