Wigan v Reading

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Win a Pair of Tickets to Watch Wigan v Reading with Barclays

We have teamed up with Barclays Spaces for Sports to offer one lucky reader the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to the Wigan v Reading clash on 24th November 2012.

Barclays Spaces for Sports is a community-based sports programme, which uses sport as a platform to help young people develop life skills and revitalise disadvantaged communities in a sustainable way.

Since its launch in the UK in 2004 with partners the Football Foundation, Barclays Spaces for Sports has created 200 sports sites in disadvantaged areas across the UK benefiting half a million people.

For more information and to find your local Barclays Spaces for Sports site, visit www.barclays.com/spacesforsports

Tickets are for home fans only.

CLOSING DATE: Monday 19th November 2012 23:23

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