LONDON, June 10 (Reuters) - Global commodities trader Glencore has won a tender to supply crude oil to Prax's 113,000-barrel per day Lindsey oil refinery in Britain, replacing rival trader Trafigura, three sources with knowledge of the deal told Reuters.

The deal bolsters Glencore's oil trading operation, and follows the recent joint acquisition of Shell's Singapore refinery and petrochemical assets with Chandra Asri.

UK-based independent oil company Prax selected the most "commercially advantageous offer" in a tender process that started in the fourth quarter of last year, according to a statement issued to Reuters. The company declined to disclose details of the agreement, including the winner.

Neither Glencore nor Trafigura commented on the status of their respective deals with Prax when asked by Reuters. (Reporting by Robert Harvey, Ron Bousso in London, and Julia Payne in Brussels; Additional reporting by Tom Bergin in London Editing by Dmitry Zhdannikov and Emelia Sithole-Matarise)