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Free tickets to watch England v Nigeria on June 2

PUBLISHED: 17:00 21 May 2018

England are playing Nigeria at Wembley on June 2

England are playing Nigeria at Wembley on June 2

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Win tickets for you and a friend to see England v Nigeria at Wembley.

England will face their fellow World Cup finalists at Wembley Stadium, connected by EE, on Saturday June 2 (5.15pm), ahead of the summer tournament in Russia.

The three-time African Cup of Nations champions will provide an important test for Gareth Southgate’s squad as the Three Lions finalise preparations for group games with Tunisia, Panama and Belgium at the World Cup.

The match should provide an electric atmosphere within the stadium, with lots of support for both nations and a highly anticipated 5.15pm Saturday kick-off in early summer.

Tickets are on sale from £20 adults and £10 juniors online at www.TheFA.com/tickets.

But for your chance to be entered into a draw for a pair of free tickets email dagenhampost.sport@archant.co.uk with your email contact details by 2pm on Friday May 25.

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