Ricki Herbert has named a settled 20-man squad for the first two matches in the third stage of Fifa World Cup qualifying in September.
One of the games will be played at North Harbour Stadium in Albany on September 11 against the Solomon Islands and Suburban Newspapers, publisher of the Manukau Courier, has 10 double passes to give away.
Winners will also be able to attend the private Captain's Run the day before the match to see the All Whites train and have a chance to get a signature of their favourite All White.
Simply email your name and address to linda.Mcleod @nzfootball.co.nz and you'll go into the draw to win. Remember to include your daytime contact details and type All Whites World Cup Qualifiers Contest in the subject line.
The All Whites open their campaign in Noumea on September 7 with the chance of exacting a modicum of revenge against a New Caledonia side that upset New Zealand in the semifinals of June's OFC Nations Cup.
The North Harbour match four days later will be the first home qualifier of the 2014 campaign.
Herbert is calling on his full range of overseas professionals for both games.
His squad includes new Queen's Park Rangers signing Ryan Nelsen, West Ham's Winston Reid and Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder Dan Keat who all missed OFC Nations Cup because of injuries.
Nelsen, who will captain the side, is on course to play his 50th A international in front of a home crowd in the fourth qualifier in Christchurch on October 16.
The core of the squad is retained from the Nations Cup with teenager Tim Payne holding on to a spot in the travelling party after an impressive Olympic Games campaign in the holding midfield role.
Herbert says missing out on the Confederations Cup has only steeled the team's resolve to qualify for Brazil 2014.
"There are no easy games in international football - we've proved that in recent years and also had a timely reminder of it in Honiara," he says.
"We need to be ruthless at home and clinical away during this campaign if we are serious about reaching a consecutive World Cup."
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