Manchester City are hoping for a packed Eastlands when they host Hamburg in the UEFA Cup quarter-finals after slashing prices for the match.Fans will be able to buy tickets for the April 16 match for as little as £5, if they buy them in the first five days after they go on sale on Wednesday. Children can get in for just £1."These prices are our way of saying thank you to all our supporters," said executive chairman Garry Cook. "It's been a long time since we were in a position to perhaps win silverware and we want to make this game accessible to all."City have averaged just shy of 43,000 in the league this season, but their UEFA Cup attendance has lagged behind and never topped 26,000.