MailOnline Sport has teamed up with EA SPORTS, the Lead Partner of the Premier League, to offer you the chance to win a pair of tickets to Manchester City v Manchester United
To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question:
Which country have Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho both managed in before?
E-mail your answer, along with your name, address and contact number to email@example.com arrive by 10am on Tuesday, April 25.
PLEASE NOTE: You must validate your entry with the words EA MAN CITY TICKETS in your subject box; the tickets are for home fans only; the tickets do not include travel to/from the ground, accommodation or hospitality; normal Associated Newspapers terms and conditions apply - the Editor's decision is final.
EA SPORTS holds the Premier Leagues exclusive Electronic Game License, which enables EA SPORTS to deliver the most authentic gaming experience possible for fans engaging with Premier League clubs and players within EA SPORTS FIFA 17.
EA SPORTS FIFA 17 is out now, available for Xbox One and PS4
There is no cash alternative to the prize and the prize is non-refundable and non transferable
In order to facilitate the prompt delivery of your tickets of copy of FIFA 17, your name and address details will be shared with EA SPORTS. These will then be deleted upon completion of delivery.
EA SPORTS will not be liable for any prize(s) that do not reach the winners for reasons beyond EA SPORTS reasonable control
Each winner and his/her guest as applicable agree to comply with the terms and conditions applicable to the issue and use of tickets from time to time and all applicable regulations relating to access to the stadium (the Stadium), including but not limited to the ground regulations (together the Terms and Conditions of Entry). The Terms and Conditions of Entry are available from the issuing club (the Club).
All prize tickets (Tickets) are home tickets and therefore you must be a home or neutral supporter to attend the match. Away fans are not permitted in the home end of a Stadium. Winners are subject to screening by the Club based on the Clubs Terms and Conditions of Entry and the Promoter is not liable if you, or any person accompanying you, are refused entry because you or they do not meet these conditions.
Other than as set out in the Terms and Conditions of Entry, you may not transfer or sell Tickets to anybody. The unauthorised sale or disposal of tickets is a criminal offence under section 166 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, as amended by the Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006.
The Tickets shall remain at all times the property of the issuing Club.
If the Tickets are obtained or used in breach of the Terms and Conditions of Entry, they will be automatically void and the Club will have the right to refuse entry to the bearer or, if already in the Stadium, to eject the bearer, in either case without refund.
Except mobile phones used for personal and private use only, you may not bring into (or use within) the Stadium any equipment that is capable of recording or transmitting any audio, visual or audio-visual material or any information or data in relation to a match or any aspect of it.
The Promoter may pass personal information relating to prize winners to the issuing Club and/or the Premier League for the purposes of monitoring the distribution and use of Tickets and, in the event of a suspected breach of any Terms and Conditions, investigating and taking action against such winners.
If you are the subject of a current Banning Order under the Football Spectators Act 1989 (as amended) you will be refused entry to this promotion and to all Stadiums.