Montenegro are preparing a bumpy old pitch for tonight’s crunch encounter at the top of Group H, so don’t be expecting a festival of football.
San Marino have never won a competitive fixture – their only win came in a friendly in 2004 – and to get any sort of price about England you have to be backing the away side to win by more than four goals.
The way this match goes will probably be governed by how the drop-in pitch performs.
Torquay are on an absolutely shocking run in League Two and it may pay to side against them once again tonight.
The battle to avoid relegation from the Premier League is far more compelling than what’s going on at the top.
The new Formula One season gets going in the early hours of tomorrow with practice at Melbourne and if last season is any guide we are in for a few surprises in the early races.
Anyone who watched the first leg will know that it was not the most entertaining of encounters and there’s a decent chance this second leg could follow the same pattern.
Less than one in five sides who lose the first leg of a Champions League tie 2-0 make it through to the next round.
The action kicks off tomorrow with Nicky Henderson 4/6 favourite for the trainer’s title, and Tony McCoy 7/4 with Blue Square to be top jockey.
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