He hasn’t formally announced his intentions to again primary Rep. Charlie Rangel, but state Sen. Adriano Espaillat is holding a fundraiser on Super Bowl Sunday for the coming rematch.

Tickets to event on Feb. 2 run between $30 to $1,000 for the “Super Bowl MVP” level.

Supporters are asked to make checks payable to “Espaillat for Congress.”

The Manhattan Democrat narrowly lost to Rangel in 2012 following an extended recount of votes in the Harlem Congressional district.

Espaillat did not rule out another race against Rangel after the longtime lawmaker announced in December he would seek a 23rd term in the House.

Should he run, Espaillat would be the second sitting member of the Senate to attempt a run for Congress.

The Rev. Michael Walrond, an ally of the Rev. Al Sharpton, has filed papers to run in the Democratic primary against Rangel.

Sen. Lee Zeldin, a Long Island Republican, is running for the GOP nomination in the NY-1 to take on Democratic Rep. Tim Bishop.

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