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Saturday's Sport: FA Cup takes centre stage

It’s the FA Cup that will hold most of the limelight on Saturday, with no less than 22 games from the third round taking place.

Also on Saturday there is rugby union, horse racing and action from the Sentry Tournament of Champions which can be followed via bet365's Live Golf Tracker

FA Cup: Conte set to switch things up for Pompey

WhatTottenham v Portsmouth, FA Cup  
WhereTottenham Hotspur Stadium, London
When12:30, Saturday 7th January, 2023
How to watchBBC red button & bet365 Sports Live Streaming
OddsTottenham 1/7, Draw 15/2, Portsmouth 14/1

Tottenham will put their battle to finish in the Premier League's top four to one side as they host Portsmouth in the FA Cup third round. 

Spurs boss Antonio Conte made wholesale changes to his side at this stage of the competition last season which might give Portsmouth cause for optimism. 

Tottenham should have the depth in their squad to come through but there's always hope for the underdog in this historic competition. 

FA Cup: Gakpo set for Reds debut

WhatLiverpool v Wolverhampton, FA Cup
WhereAnfield, Liverpool
When20:00, Saturday 7th January, 2023
How to watchITV4 & bet365 Sports Live Streaming
OddsLiverpool 1/3, Draw 9/2, Wolverhampton 15/2

Following his move from PSV Eindhoven at the start of the month, Cody Gakpo is in line to make his Liverpool debut against Wolves in the FA Cup this weekend. 

Gakpo has been one of the form players in Europe this season and also impressed for the Netherlands at the World Cup. 

The Dutch star is 8/5 in the Anytime market to find the back of the net against fellow Premier League outfit Wolves at Anfield.

Premiership Rugby: Saints facing tough road trip

WhatExeter Chiefs vs Northampton Saints
WhereSandy Park, Exeter
When16:30, Saturday 7th January, 2023
How to watchBT Sport 2
OddsExeter 4/11, Northampton 11/5, Draw 22/1

After a convincing home win over Harlequins last weekend, Northampton Saints look set for a tough trip to Exeter Chiefs on Saturday. 

Saints have been somewhat inconsistent this season but their poor results have been largely on their travels. 

Exeter will be looking for a response after a heavy defeat to Saracens last time out and Northampton could be on the end of a backlash this weekend. 

Horse Racing: Plenty of racing to enjoy

There's another busy day of racing with no less than six meetings taking place across the UK and Ireland on Saturday. 

All the action gets underway with the opener at Lingfield from 12.00, while there are other UK meetings taking place at Sandown, Newcastle, Wincanton and Kempton. 

The sole Irish meeting on Saturday takes place at Cork, with seven races to look forward to from 12.27 to 3.57. 

As always, all of today’s racing can be followed via our Sports Live Streaming service.

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