PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — When sports teams from major cities face each other in big games, there’s usually a friendly wager between the respective mayors.

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However, Mayor Jim Kenney does not want to jinx the Philadelphia Eagles.

The mayor’s office was asked if Kenney entered a wager with Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey for Sunday’s NFC Championship game between the Eagles and Minnesota Vikings.

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Kenney, though, wants to save his bet for an even bigger game.

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“The Mayor doesn’t want to jinx anything, so he’s saving his wagers for the big game,” Kenney’s office told CBS3 in a statement.

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The winner of Sunday’s game will face either the Jacksonville Jaguars or the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl.