Soccer Saturday Live Tour - Liverpool

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Win tickets to watch Soccer Saturday Live and meet Jeff Stelling with Super 6!

As well as the weekly £100,000 jackpot being up for grabs, this weekend Super 6 players have a chance to win a pair of VIP tickets to Gillette Soccer Saturday Live in Liverpool on Monday, May 14th.

Jeff and the rest of the Soccer Saturday gang are celebrating a phenomenal decade on air with a fun and footie-filled live tour of the UK. What better way to round off a riveting Premier League season than to join them all in Liverpool, where they will raise the roof with football anecdotes past and present.

The winner and their guest will enjoy the hilarious show from the best seats in the house and get to meet and be photographed with Jeff and the boys.

Simply answer the question below to be in with a chance of winning the pair of VIP tickets. Four- runners-up will also win a pair of general admission tickets (without meet and greet) for the Liverpool date.

As ever, Super 6 is completely free to play and £100,000 could be yours if you can predict all six scores correctly. If the jackpot isn't won, there's a £5,000 prize for the week's best performer and five correct results win you either an iPad or XBOX. Submit your entries by 3pm on Saturday.

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CLOSING DATE: Monday 30th April 2012 23:23

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Question: Which Gillette Soccer Saturday panellist is a former Liverpool player?

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