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We've got the last two tickets around for Ireland v England to give away

Who wants to be there for the big one?

Image: Billy Stickland/INPHO

IT’S NOT QUITE the Grand Slam decider we may have imagined, but Saturday’s Ireland-England game is still the hottest ticket in town.

Joe Schmidt’s side are under pressure to finish a tough campaign with a victory while Eddie Jones will hope to mastermind an historic clean sweep for the second year on the trot.

We’ve got a pair of tickets to give away to one of our readers, with thanks to Ulster Bank – Help With What Matters. To be in with a chance just answer this question:

  • Who was head coach when Ireland famously beat England at Croke Park 10 years ago?

Email competitions@the42.ie with the answer and we’ll contact the winner by the end of today.

The winner has be able to collect the tickets from our office in Dublin city centre on Saturday.

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