There may be no Premiership games this weekend - but there is still the chance for a footy wager with a Spurs flavour.
The Republic of Ireland take on Russia in the vital Euro 2004 qualifier at Lansdowne Road and, while there is no Robbie Keane to take a punt on, how about Stephen Carr to score first at 28/1, or Gary Doherty at 6/1?
Scorecast with Doherty and a 2-1 outcome is priced at 33/1.
Another Spur in crucial Euro-action this weekend is Simon Davies - who will be stepping out at the San Siro on Saturday as Wales face the might of Italy.
Wales are a tempting 8/1 to triumph and virtually book their place in Portugal, with the draw 13/5. Simon is well worth a few bob to score the first goal at 20/1 - something he managed in the reverse fixture!
If it's an England bet you are after, Owen Hargreaves is reckoned to be a starter and is 20/1 to find the net first, with Wayne Rooney 9/2 and Michael Owen 11/4.
You can get 8/1 on a 3-1 or 3-1 win for England, while Macedonia are priced at 12/1 for a 1-0 victory.
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