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The 50th Annual Panda Game to attract thousands

Fans are expected to flock to the event to watch the two rival teams battle it out.

It's an exciting day for football fans as the 50th Annual Panda Game kicks off Saturday.

It's expected that more than 24,000 people will be in the stands at TD Place to watch the 4-1 Carleton Ravens face off against the 3-1 uOttawa Gee-Gee's

The rivalry game will be more heated this year, not only because it's in its 50th year, but because there are playoff implications.

Which ever team wins the game has a chance for a possible first round bye or a first-round playoff home game.

Two of the last four panda games have gone to overtime and another was decided on a Hail Mary pass in the last few seconds of the game.

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