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Greece v Russia v Turkey , Saturday, Live on ITV 1, k/o 19:45pm

Greece and Russia both enter this game knowing it is a must win if they stand any chance of qualifying, and it will be interesting to see whether this affects Greece’s approach to the game. Their ‘anti-football’ managed to stifle Sweden for nearly 70 minutes on Wednesday, and neutrals will hope they do not turn in a similar performance against the Russians. In complete contrast to their opponents, the Russians were punished for their positive approach by the impressive Spaniards, who consistently caught them on the break. The Russians will be sweating on the fitness of their main striker Roman Pavluchenko, who managed to score a late consolation against Spain, and will be vital for the Russians bid for the quarter finals.

BGbet are offering to refund all losing first goalscorer bets on Greece v Russia match if Dimitri Sychev scores at anytime in this match. 2 

Switzerland v Portugal , Live on ITV 1, Sunday, k/o 19:45pm

Switzerland will be looking to pull back some respect against group winners Portugal in Basel, having already missed out on qualification. They face a tough task to end their competition on a high, as Ronaldo and co. continue to build momentum as they enter the knockout stages. Their 3-1 win over the Czechs was not as convincing as it sounds, with their early lead being cancelled out by Libo Sionko, and they were pushed all the way till Ricardo Quaresma sealed the game in the 90th minute. New Chelsea manager Phil Scolari will have to decide whether to stick with the a winning side as the quarter finals loom, or use this game as a chance to rest some of his stars.

BGbet are offering to refund all losing first goalscorer bets on Switzerland v Portugal match if Helder Postiga scores at anytime in this match. 2

Turkey v Czech Republic , Live on ITV 1, Sunday, k/o 19:45pm

The biggest game of the weekend takes place in Geneva on Sunday as Turkey face the Czech Republic in a winner takes all battle for the final qualification place from Group A. The two sides have identical records entering this game, and UEFA have confirmed that should the game end in draw penalties will decide the winner, without the need for the usual 30 minutes extra time. This should lead to a fascinating encounter, and it is Turkey who will arguably go into the game with more confidence following their injury time winner against the Swiss. Arda Turan’s 90th minute winner put Turkey on the brink of qualification, and it will be to him and Middlesbrough’s Tuncay who the Turks look to take them into the quarter finals for only the second time ever.
The Czech’s will have to recover from their 3-1 loss to Portugal, and may change tactics and employ giant Jan Koller up front alongside Milan Baros to present a physical presence to the Turks defence. Without the inspirational Pavel Nedved the Czechs lack their former quality, but still have a strong enough backbone with keeper Petr Cech and their lively forwards to cause Turkey problems. BGbet make the Czechs 13/10 favourites in 90 minutes, while VC are 11/5 about the draw and a penalty shoot out to decide the second qualifier from Group A.

Turkey win 5/2 Betterbet
Draw 11/5 VCbet
Czech Republic win 13/10 BGbet

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BGbet are offering to refund all losing correct score bets on the Greece v Russia and Switzerland v Portugal if your selection gets beaten by an injury time goal.2

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Weekend Racing

We have a great weekend of racing this weekend featuring the Betfair Sprint at York. Ancienare Regime is the short priced favourite, but can Hamish Mcgonagall or Fathasta be a big priced favourite? Tune into Channel 4 at 15.25 to watch the race live and find out.

If your horse is beaten by a Short Head or Nose in the Betfair Sprint, BGbet will refund your stakes in the form of free bets. 3

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Bet on this Week's Sport 
The third round of the Carling Cup gets underway on Tuesday with an eagerly awaited Welsh clash top of the bill. Swansea and Cardiff have not met in nearly ten years so there is sure to be a tremendous atmosphere at Swansea's Liberty Stadium on Tuesday night. Newcastle host Spurs in one of a number of all Premiership clashes this round, while the University towns of Oxford and Cambridge face each other once again on Tuesday to continue their rivalry. 

Swansea v Cardiff, Tuesday, Sky Sports 2, 7:45pm

Cardiff travel to Swansea as the two sides reignite their rivalry in the Carling Cup on Tuesday night. Having been promoted to the Championship last season Swansea fans would have marked their league games against Cardiff on the calendar, but this represents the first meeting of the two since April 1999. After a promising start to life in the Championship, Swansea have stuttered of late with draws against Burnley, and a resurgent Derby County. They became the first side to beat Premiership new boys Hull City this season when they ran out 2-1 victors in the last round at the Liberty Stadium. Jordi Gomez scored the winner from the penalty spot in the 105th minute, after the Welsh side had come from a goal down to take the match into extra time. Cardiff had a remarkable run to the FA Cup final last year and will be looking for a similar performance in this competition. They beat MK Dons 2-1 in the second round at Ninian Park to set up this clash, and t hey were relatively comfortable once Ross McCormack had given them a 45tn minute lead from the spot. 

Swansea are 11/8 with VCbet to make home advantage count, with Cardiff at 9/5 with BGbet to continue their good form in cup competitions.

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Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur, Wednesday, 7:45pm 

Two Premiership teams that are badly out of form meet at St. James Park on Wednesday when Spurs travel to Tyneside to meet Newcastle. Both sides will welcome the break from the Premiership this game brings, and will aim to use it as a springboard to improve their league form. Holders Spurs are currently bottom of the Premiership following a disappointing start to a season that promised so much. Other than a valiant draw at Stamford Bridge they have failed to fire as expected, although they were more assured in their European cup game against Wisla Krakow last week. Newcastle have yet to get over the loss of manager Kevin Keegan last month that sent the club into turmoil, and that looks set to continue after it was put up for sale by owner Mike Ashley. Losses to Hull and West Ham have seen them drop towards the bottom of the Premiership and, like Spurs, will see this game as an opportunity to turn their season around.

BGbet have Newcastle at 11/5 for the match at St. James, with Tottenham Hotspur 29/20 with Centrebet. 

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Oxford United v Cambridge United, Tuesday, Setanta Sports 1, 7:30pm

Britain's most prestigious University towns renew their rivalry on the football field on Tuesday when Oxford meet Cambridge in the Blue Square Premier. The two sides are at opposite ends of the table, however, with Oxford only outside of the relegation places thanks to goal difference, while Cambridge are losing out on goal difference to Histon in the race for a playoff position. As such both sides will be eager for a win here, and it is sure to be a closely contested match at the Kassam Stadium. 

Oxford are 6/4 with BGbet, with Cambridge also 6/4 at BetWithRed. 

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