Stoke City forced to wear one-off third kit this weekend to avoid clashing with Bournemouth
Stoke supporters, don't get your hopes up.
As beautiful as the Potters' third kit might be, your chances of getting your mitts on one are slim to none.
Stoke travel to Dean Court at the weekend to face Bournemouth but found themselves in something of a kit dilemma.
Mark Hughes' men can't sport the usual candystripes or their black and green away strip due to the fact that both are deemed to clash with the Cherries' black and red striped shirts.
Rather, they've decided to wear a special white jersey, as sported here by club record signing Giannelli Imbula.
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The kit won't be on general sale for fans but one lucky competition winner will take one home with them.