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2013-11-12T09:16:00 Updated 2015-02-18T23:33:04

Feel a bit Chile on Friday!

West Ham United have joined forces with The FA to offer two lucky Season Ticket Holders the chance to win a pair of tickets each to England's international friendly with Chile.

The eagerly-awaited visit of the South American FIFA World Cup qualifiers will take place at Wembley on Friday 15 November, with kick-off at 8pm.

All you have to do is answer the following question and then follow the instructions underneath:

In which country will the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals be played?

If you know the answer, simply email mediacompetitions@westhamunited.co.uk with your answer, Season Ticket number and daytime contact details.

The closing date for entries is 5pm on Wednesday 13 November. The lucky winner will be contacted and will need to collect their tickets from the West Box Office at Wembley on the day of the match.

But do not worry if you're not one of the lucky winners. Tickets are still on sale for this match here, with an inclusive ticket for a family of four (two adults/two children) available for just £60 (subject to availability).

England manager Roy Hodgson has named a strong squad for Friday's game, with former Hammers Glen Johnson, Michael Carrick, Frank Lampard and Jermain Defoe all included in a 28-man selection.

Chile have reached next summer's FIFA World Cup after finishing third in the South American qualifying group behind Argentina and Colombia.

Coach Jorge Sampaoli has a talented squad at his disposal, with the likes of Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez, Juventus attacking midfielder Arturo Vidal and Fiorentina attacker Matias Fernandez possessing the ability to trouble any defence.

The eight-times qualifiers may have trouble equalling the third-place they achieved on home soil in 1962, but Chile could definitely cause an upset or two at next year's finals.

England and Chile have met five times previously, the most-recent fixture seeing the South Americans score a shock 2-0 friendly win at Wembley in  February 1998.

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