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Courtesy of League Cup sponsors Capital One, The Credit Card that Supports the Supporters, we have a once in a lifetime opportunity to present the Man of the Match trophy, as well as some great runner up prizes:
First prize - Two winners will each receive:
• 2 seats in the Wembley Stadium Royal box for the Capital One Cup Final
• Experience luxury with full hospitality in the Wembley Suite
• The chance to present the Man of the Match trophy (only one winner will be able to present the trophy).
• A behind the scenes tour of Wembley Stadium and chance to visit the Sky Sports broadcasting compound
• £500 spending money
• Travel and overnight accommodation
Second prize - two winners will each receive:
• A pair of VIP tickets to the Capital One Cup Final including full hospitality
• A behind the scenes tour of Wembley Stadium
Third prize - five winners will each receive:
A pair of tickets to the Capital One Cup Final
Fourth prize - one winner will each receive:
• An iPad and a Sky Sports HD 12 month subscription. Sky Sports features 6 dedicated sports channels, including Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports News. All in High Definition and on the move with Sky Go.
You can enter this competition by filling in your details below and answering the question. Entrants must be at least 18 years old. Please read the Terms & Conditions before entering the competition.
CLOSING DATE: Friday 31st January 2014 23:23
Real Madrid have completed the signing of Brazil international right-back Danilo from Porto on a six-year deal.
England boss Roy Hodgson said he was “satisfied” as his side came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw with Italy in Turin.
Netherlands struck twice in four first-half minutes to record a 2-0 friendly win over Spain in Amsterdam on Tuesday.
One morning Mailboxer solves the 39th game conundrum. Plus England were actually alright, Harry Kane is rubbish again and do Arsenal have the most embarrassing fans?
The Mailbox has an open letter from Liverpool's Raheem Sterling, questions Phil Jones' bulldog spirit and asks: "Why do Arsenal have so many "internet warriors?"