Win tickets to see England play Sri Lanka at the Rose Bowl
Tuesday 14 June 2011
The third npower test match between England and Sri Lanka at the Rose Bowl in Southampton is shaping up to be a cracker - with the visitors on the ropes, an invigorated England are closing in for the kill.
It's a match you won't want to miss - and now you don't have to! The Independent has teamed up with npower to give two lucky cricket fans the chance to win a pair of tickets to watch the action unfold before their very eyes on Saturday 18 June. And if that isn't enough, there's also a cricket bat signed by the England and Sri Lankan teams up for grabs!
To enter, all you have to do is answer one perilously simple question below:
This competition closes after lunch on Friday 17 June. Please make sure you can attend the game in Hampshire on the Saturday, and please provide us with a current mobile phone number so we can contact you in good time. To read The Independent's terms and conditions, click here.
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