COMPETITION: Your chance to win Dons cup tickets against Fleetwood

Carabao Energy Drink has teamed up with the London News Online to give 10 lucky AFC Wimbledon fans the chance to win a pair of tickets to AFC Wimbledon vs Fleetwood Town on Saturday 8.

Currently in the third year of its partnership with the EFL, which includes the title sponsorship of the Carabao Cup, South-East Asian energy drink Carabao is proud to support all 72 football league clubs for the 2019/20 season.

Carabao

Carabao Energy Drinks are great-tasting, fruity, low-sugar and no-sugar drinks that provide an energy boost for everyone, specifically adults of all ages, to get them through their day.

Carabao has half the sugar of other leading energy drinks and comes in a range of flavours such as Green Apple, Mandarin Orange, Original, Green Apple Sugar Free and Original Sugar Free.

Carabao is currently stocked in Asda, BP, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Spar, WHSmith, as well as a significant number of independent retailers.

To be in with a chance of winning this prize, simply answer the following question:

Who is the Dons top scorer? : is it

a) Marcus Forss
b) Joe Pigott
c) Uncle Bulgaria.

Send answers with your name, full address, postcode and daytime phone number to competitions@wcommunications.co.uk by 4pm on Friday, January 31.

Normal SLP rules apply.

Caraboa details are on: http://www.carabaoenergy.co.uk; @CarabaoUK


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