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WIN a pair of tickets for Carabao Cup tie

PUBLISHED: 13:00 07 September 2017 | UPDATED: 13:14 07 September 2017

Bolton v West Ham

Bolton v West Ham

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We have teamed up with Carabao Energy Drink to offer you the chance to win a pair of tickets for the clash with Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday, September 19.

The third-round tie will take place at the London Stadium and a big crowd is expected to see if Slaven Bilic’s men can make it through.

Recently named the Carabao Cup – the UK’s newest energy drink is embarking on its first season of a three-year partnership with the EFL.

Carabao, established 15 years ago in Thailand, is a premium energy drink that gives people an energy boost.

Carabao is sold in four variants: Original, Original Sugar Free, Green Apple and Green Apple Sugar Free.

West Ham won 2-0 at Cheltenham Town in their second round match, while Wanderers, under boss Phil Parkinson saw off Sheffield Wednesday 3-2 at the Macron Stadium.

Last season, the Hammers had a memorable victory over Chelsea, before bowing out in the quarter-finals against Manchester United at Old Trafford.

West Ham have never won the League Cup in any of it’s various guises, but with this home draw and maybe a little more luck in the next round, they could be on their way to the final.

To be in with a chance, answer the following:

Q: Which man has managed both Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United?

Email your answer to dave.evans@archant.co.uk to reach us by Sunday, September 10.

Terms and conditions apply and the Sports Editor’s decision is final.

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