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Win Rovers Carling Cup Tickets

- WIN CARLING CUP TICKETS FOR ROVERS vs ARSENAL-

- Your Chance to Win Four Free Tickets for Carling Cup Quarter-Final -

Carling are giving away four free tickets for Blackburn Rovers` Carling Cup quarter-final fixture against Arsenal at Ewood Park.

For your chance to win, simply visit www.carlingcup.co.uk and choose which match you`d like to see. Carling will also be giving away free tickets for the semi-final and final of the Carling Cup so keep an eye on the website for your chance to win more tickets!

Also, don't forget to tell all your mates about it. After all, the more of you who enter the more chance you've got of winning! We know you'll drink to that!

The West Ham vs Everton tie will take place in week commencing 10th December 2007. All other fixtures are to be played in w/c 17th December 2007. Final date for receipt of entries is 9am on Wednesday 5th December 2007.



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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Wednesday November 14 2007
Time: 5:51PM

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Was gonna go anyway but oh what the hell.... I'll go for free lol!!! (I wish).
MikeyGamst
14/11/2007 19:56:00
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