Want to watch Manchester United v Real Madrid live at Old Trafford on March 5th? Enter a prize draw to win two tickets by using #HaveYourSayInMadrid or #HazteOirEnManchester on Twitter. Jump through to the contest site (tickets are courtesy of bwin), or see more details below.
United face a tough challenge against Real Madrid – it’s not just Ferguson vs Mourinho or United vs Ronaldo but also the weight of the history of both clubs, and their recent ‘shortcomings’ in Europe.
However, like in 2000, the second leg could prove to be the decisive match in deciding who goes on to the quarter-finals – and thanks to bwin, you could be watching that match live.
Go to http://www.bwinfanchallenge.com to show your support for Manchester United and you will automatically be entered in to a prize draw to win tickets to Old Trafford for the return leg on March 5th.
All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning is give your view on the tie on Twitter and use the hashtag #HaveYourSayInMadrid to back Manchester United to go through to the quarter-finals.
Go to http://www.bwinfanchallenge.com to find out more about the competition and see the full terms and conditions.
Man Utd to reach Champions League quarter-finals @ 27/20. You can also see all the relevant Champions League odds when you click here.
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