Chelsea fans are being asked to vote for the cancer charity they would like to see collecting at Stamford Bridge in the latest Online Charity Poll.
Over 12,000 people voted in the Medical Charity Poll, which was won by the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. As a result of the poll, the Cystic Fibrosis Trust raised £1,719 during the Stoke City game on Saturday 22 September.
Now it's time for fans to vote for in the Cancer Charity Poll and help decide who will be able to hold bucket collections at the Manchester United game on Sunday 28 October.
There will be three polls taking place, one through the Chelsea FC Foundation website, one through Facebook and one over Twitter.
Voting couldn't be simpler, for the polls on Facebook and the Foundation website, simply click on the charity you'd like to see collecting at the ground and submit your vote. If you'd like to have your say through Twitter then please tweet the charity's name followed by the hashtag #CFCCharityPoll.
Chelsea was overwhelmed by the response from charities eager to hold bucket collections at Stamford Bridge. Due to the initiative's success, there will be five separate polls taking place throughout the season. The Cancer Charity Poll is the second poll to take place so far this campaign.
For your chance to vote which charity you would like to see collecting at Stamford Bridge, click here. Once you've made your decision, simply enter your details and click 'Enter Vote'.