Four bets to place over the weekend

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GENERAL Four bets to place over the weekend

20:45 - 13.10.2023

Here are five bets that could put some money in your pocket over the weekend.

There is plenty of sporting action over the weekend despite most football leagues across the globe taking a pause due to the international break.

Here are five bets that could put some money in your pocket over the weekend.

Denmark vs Kazakhstan (Over 2.5)

Group H is one of the hotly contested in the 2024 Euro qualifiers with one point separating first and fourth placed nations, Denmark must win to stand a chance of qualifying.

Goal difference might come into play hence the need for Denmark to win the game by a massive margin as the top three nations all have a +7 goal difference.

The last five meetings between the two nations have all ended with more than two goals and the trend is expected to continue.

Time: Saturday 9:45 PM (EAT)

Norway vs Spain (Both teams to Score)

This is a must win game for Norway if they are to realise their dream of qualifying for the 2024 Euros in Germany, meaning that they have to score.

With Erling Haaland firing from all cylinders following his brace against Cyprus, Norway enter this clash on the back of a fine four-game winning run.

Spain are also enduring their longest wait for an away Euros qualifier clean sheet since 2000, a run that has gone on for six games.

Time: Sunday 9:45 PM (EAT)

England vs Fiji (England win)

Fiji are in new territory having booked a quarter final ticket of the rugby World Cup for the first time since 2007 and are bound to struggle against England.

England went into the tournament bereft of confidence after losing to Fiji in the build up to the tournament but have since made a good account of themselves.

In their last eight meetings, England have been dominant, winning seven while Fiji only secured their maiden win last month.

Time: Saturday 6 PM (EAT)

France vs South Africa (France win)

The hosts will take on reigning rugby World Cup champions as France look to secure their maiden Webb Ellis trophy.

France have lived up to expectations in the tournament after getting the better of joint record champions New Zealand in the opening game.

Les Blues will be boosted by the return of captain Antoine Dupont in the quarter finals after suffering an injury in the win over Namibia.

Time: Saturday 10 PM (EAT)