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Win tickets for first Wasps match in Coventry

Coventry Editorial 18th Dec, 2014 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

WASPS make their eagerly anticipated debut in Coventry this Sunday at the Ricoh Arena when they take on old rivals London Irish.

The newly located Wasps will be hoping to make a winning start at their new home in front of over 27,000 fans, which will be a new record attendance for the Aviva Premiership.

With both teams looking to move up the table and enter the Christmas break with a good result, the game, which kicks of at 2pm, promises to be competitive.

Both sides have squads packed with talent and pace, which will hopefully make a good spectacle for the supporters.

The Coventry Observer is proud to team up with Europe’s number one protein brand, MaxiNutrition, to offer one lucky reader the chance to win five tickets to the match.

Simply answer the question below:

Who kicked the winning points for England in the 2003 World Cup Final against Australia?

a) Mike Tindall

b) Jonny Wilkinson

c) Martin Johnson

To be in with a chance of winning send your answer to comps@coventryobserver.co.uk before 11pm tonight (Thursday).

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