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Football: You could be mascot at Barcelona game.

IT'S one of the great matches the season-Liverpool v Barcelona in the Champions League second leg - and you could be there.

The Reds hold a 2-1 lead from the first leg and a packed Anfield will be hoping to roar Rafa Benitez's men to another historic victory next Tuesday against the European champions.

The ECHO has teamed up with MasterCard, official sponsors of the UEFA Champions League, and MBNA, provider of the Liverpool Football Club MasterCard, to offer five youngsters the dream chance of being official mascots on the night in an easy-to-enter competition. The prize includes match tickets for the winners and a parent or guardian.

The winners will also get to keep the kit of the team they run out with at Anfield.

Due to UEFA height restrictions, the mascot places are only available to children between the ages of seven and nine.

All you have to do to be in with a chance of being involved in another memorable Euro night is answer the following guestion:

Who scored the Liverpool winner in the first leg at the Nou Camp a week ago?

To enter, call 0901 560 9656 and tell us your answer, name, address, age and daytime phone number. Alternatively, you can text LEC0MP52, giving us your answer, name, address, age and daytime phone number. Send to 84080.

Lines are open from 5.00pm tonight until noon on Thursday.

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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Feb 27, 2007
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