Fancy watching England take on India at Lord's in style? Well you can thanks to our fabulous competition.
Thanks to Middlesex County Cricket Club, we've got an amazing cricket prize up for grabs.
We're offering two pairs of tickets to day four of the second Test at the most famous ground in world cricket.
With England losing on home soil to Sri Lanka for the first time, Alastair Cook and his men will be keen to turn things around in the forthcoming series. However, against a hugely talented Indian side including the likes of MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara, this will no mean feat.
Whatever happens, it promises to be an intriguing and exciting Test encounter and you could be there to see it unfold.
On Sunday, July 20 not only will our winners be watching England in Test match action, from fantastic seats in the Grandstand at Lord's, but they'll also get to tuck into a delicious Jamie Oliver Hamper throughout the day, which is also included with the prize. The hamper contains all they'll need for their brilliant day out at the Home of Cricket, with a mid-morning snack, lunch, afternoon tea and a bottle of wine included.
To be in with a chance of winning answer the following question:
Which Middlesex County Cricket Club opening batsman made his debut in the first Test match against Sri Lanka at Lord’s, then scored his maiden Test hundred in the second Test at Headingly?
Answers, with a contact name, address and telephone number, should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with England v India competition in the subject line. The closing date is Friday, July 11 at noon and the group sports editor's decision is final.
Good luck with your competition entry, although if you’re not lucky enough to win on this occasion, you can still take get to enjoy the rest of the season watching Middlesex County Cricket Club in action at Lord’s by joining as a Middlesex member.
For a full list of the huge array of benefits that Middlesex CCC membership offers, including priority access to Test matches at Lord's in 2015, visit www.middlesexccc.com or call 0207 289 1300