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Another massive weekend of sport sees England teams seeking to win the T20 World Cup and also reach the final of the Rugby League World Cup.

There is Premier League and Autumn Internationals action to enjoy, as well as the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos.

As always, there are plenty of options for those looking to follow the action, with bet365’s Sports Live Streaming, European Soccer Streaming Highlights and Live Golf Tracker available.

Rugby League: Old Trafford in sight for England

WhatEngland vs Samoa
WhereEmirates Stadium, London
When14:30, Saturday 12th November 2022
How to watchBBC One
OddsEngland 1/3, Samoa 12/5

Hosts England are just 80 minutes away from a place in the Rugby League World Cup final as they prepare to face Samoa at the Emirates Stadium.

Shaun Wane's side should fancy their chances after beating Toa Samoa 60-6 in their Pool A contest last month.

England have gone from strength to strength on their way to the final four, and they are 10/11 to cover the -8.5 handicap.

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Premier League: Arsenal hope to maintain top spot

WhatWolves vs Arsenal
WhereMolineux, Wolverhampton
When17:30, Saturday 12th November 2022
How to watchSky Sports Main Event & Premier League
OddsWolves 5/1, Draw 16/5, Arsenal 11/20

Mikel Arteta's Arsenal will look to cement their place at the top of the Premier League table as the mid-season break looms into view.

The Gunners have been a team to beat in England and Europe so far this season, but a determined Wolves side stand in their way this weekend.

With Julen Lopetegui on his way to Molineux after Saturday's contest, Wolves' squad will be desperate to make an impression.

Arsenal have won three of their last four away games in the Premier League to nil, and they are 13/8 to improve that record.

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Cricket: Weather threatens T20 final

WhatPakistan vs England
WhereMelbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
When08:00, Sunday 13th November 2022
How to watchSky Sports Cricket, Main Event and bet365's Sports Live Streaming
OddsPakistan 13/10, England 8/13

Pakistan and England are hoping the weather forecast improves ahead of Sunday's T20 World Cup final in Melbourne.

Organisers have changed the playing regulations for Sunday's Men's final to allow more time in case of rain stoppages. Showers are likely, but an extra two hours have been added to Monday's reserve day.

If a 10-over-per-side contest cannot be played, then England and Pakistan will be declared joint winners.

Alex Hales and Jos Buttler fired England into the final and they are 3/1 and 11/4 respectively, to be team top batter.

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Formula 1: Rain may level the playing field

WhatBrazilian Grand Prix
WhereAutodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Sau Paulo
When15:30, Sunday 13th November 2022
How to watchSky Sports F1
OddsMax Verstappen 4/9, Lewis Hamilton 9/2, Charles Leclerc 7/1

The Brazilian Grand Prix could be disrupted by rain, which should give hope to the rest of the paddock after Red Bull's dominance this season.

Max Verstappen picked up his 14th win of the season in Mexico, but the weather may play its part throughout the weekend.

Red Bull are 1/1 to set the fastest lap in the Brazilian Grand Prix, but those that fancy a shock win can back Mercedes ace Lewis Hamilton at 9/2

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Rugby Union: Russell handed Scotland lifeline

WhatScotland vs New Zealand
WhereMurrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
When14:15, Sunday 13th November 2022
How to watchAmazon Prime
OddsScotland 5/1, Tie 33/1, New Zealand 1/8

Fly-half Finn Russell is set to return to the Scotland team this weekend as Scotland face New Zealand at Murrayfield.

The Racing 92 back was originally omitted from the squad, but an injury to Adam Hastings means he is back in the fold.

Russell has not been involved since last year's Six Nations and will be desperate to prove a point in a huge match for Scotland.

The Scots have never managed to beat New Zealand in 31 attempts over 115 years and the All Blacks are 10/11 to cover the -15 handicap.

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