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City supporters have the unique opportunity to win a trip to Las Vegas, courtesy of Dunder.
The club’s 2018/19 front of shirt sponsor has launched a half-time competition on home matchdays, open to supporters aged 18 and over.
Two fans will randomly be selected to go pitchside during half-time and will go head-to-head as they shoot as many footballs through a D-shaped target as possible, within 30 seconds.
City's players recently took on the challenge themselves, from twice the normal distance, and here's how Liam Walsh got on.
The winner of each pair will receive a signed home shirt, while the runner-up will win two free tickets to a future City home fixture.
The scores throughout the course of the season will be logged and the fan to sit top of the overall leaderboard after the final home game of the season (April 27th), will win a trip to Las Vegas.
To enter the half-time challenge, retweet any #DunderChallenge posts before 5pm tomorrow (Thursday) and be in attendance at Friday night’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Aston Villa. The finalists will be notified by 7pm on Thursday.
Friday night's match is guaranteed to be the club's highest attendance of the season to date, with just shy of 23,500 tickets sold.
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