It's the World Cup draw on Friday afternoon – and courtesy of FourFourTwo.com you could win an England replica shirt by correctly predicting who Fabio Capello's men get grouped with for next summer's showpiece.
England were named as one of the competition's eight seeds on Wednesday, ensuring they will avoid hosts South Africa, holders Italy, Brazil, Argentina, Spain, Germany and Holland in the first phase of the finals.
However, dangerous floaters France and Portugal - who eliminated England from both Euro 2004 and World Cup 2006 - could still meet the Three Lions in a 'Group of Death' that may also contain Ivory Coast and Confederations Cup finalists USA.
FourFourTwo.com will be covering the draw live, minute by minute as Charlize Theron draws the balls from the bowls, plus giving you background insights on the teams, the dangermen, and the stadiums it'll all happen in, amply illustrated with photos and videos.
We'll also be gathering together the worldwide experts who provide our regular blogs, from Madrid to Milan and Sao Paulo to Sydney, Buenos Aires to Berlin and Lisbon to, er, London.
And we want your views. While the news breaks we'll be putting up polls and monitoring Twitter to gauge your reactions, and you can easily send in your questions and quips – the best will be published immediately.
It is through FFT's ever-growing Twitter following that you could bag yourself an England home shirt, 'simply' by correctly predicting all three teams drawn in the Three Lions' group.
Select one team from each of pots two, three and four (see below) and send in your response via FFT's Twitter page, starting your reply with @FourFourTwo.
Pot 2: Australia, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Honduras, Mexico, USA, New Zealand Pot 3: Algeria, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay Pot 4: Denmark, France, Greece, Portugal, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland
Should more than one person correctly name all three of England's opponents, one correct entry will be drawn at random. Winner will be notified on Monday and will receive the prize within six weeks.
Closing date: Friday December 4, 4pm GMT.comments