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Five things to look out for this weekend

All eyes continue to be on the World Cup this weekend as the group stage continues, while there is also FA Cup, NFL, rugby union and cricket action to get stuck into.

There is also top-class racing taking place across a variety of venues, including Newbury's seven-race card on Saturday, and you can watch all the races via bet365's Sports Live Streaming platform.

World Cup: Argentina hoping to respond

What: Argentina v Mexico
Where: Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail
When: 19:00, Saturday 26th November
How to watch: ITV1
Odds: Argentina 4/7, Draw 3/1, Mexico 11/2

Argentina suffered a shock 2-1 defeat to Saudi Arabia in their Group C opener in Qatar and another defeat could signal an early end to the major tournament for Lionel Scaloni's side.

La Albiceleste take on Mexico, who drew 0-0 with Poland, at the Lusail Iconic Stadium on Saturday and the South American giants will be eager to get back to winning ways.

Talisman Lionel Messi did score from the spot in that loss to the Green Falcons and he is 21/20 to find the back of the net anytime on Saturday, while he is 11/4 to open the scoring again.

Elsewhere, Tunisia face Australia in Group D at 10:00 before France and Denmark, whose 0-0 four years ago was the only goalless draw in Russia, face off in the other pool match at 16:00.

At 13:00, 3/4 Poland go up against Saudi Arabia in the other Group C encounter.

FA Cup: Alvechurch eye third-round spot

What: Forest Green Rovers v Alvechurch, FA Cup second round
Where: The New Lawn, Nailsworth
When: 15:00, Saturday 26th November
How to watch: BBC1, BBC iPlayer & bet365's Sports Live Streaming
Odds: Forest Green 2/5, Draw 17/4, Alvechurch 19/4

Southern League Premier Division Central side Alvechurch will be looking to equal their best FA Cup run on Saturday when they make the trip to The New Lawn to take on League One outfit Forest Green Rovers.

The Church reached the third round of the competition in 1973/74 and they will be hoping to cause an upset when they face The Green, who are rock-bottom of League One.

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Rugby Union: England aim for closing win

What: England v South Africa
Where: Twickenham Stadium, London
When: 17:30, Saturday 26th November
How to watch: Amazon Prime
Odds: England 8/13, Tie 20/1, South Africa 11/8

It has been a mixed bag for England during their Autumn Internationals campaign, with a defeat to Argentina followed by a win over Japan and then a stunning draw against New Zealand.

Last up for the Red Rose is a clash against South Africa, who lost to Ireland and France before thrashing Italy 63-21 last time out.

Saturday's meeting will be the second time these two have met since the Springboks triumphed over England in the 2019 World Cup final, with Eddie Jones guiding his side to a 27-26 victory in November 2021.

England to win by 1-5 points is priced at 4/1.

Cricket: New Zealand v India - Hosts hope to wrap up series

What: New Zealand v India, 2nd ODI
Where: Seddon Park, Hamilton
When: 01:30, Sunday 27th November
How to watch: BT Sport 1 & bet365's Sports Live Streaming

New Zealand will be looking to wrap up the ODI series against India on Sunday in the second ODI at Seddon Park, with the Black Caps chasing down 306 in the first one-day encounter to win by seven wickets.

Tom Latham was the star of the show for New Zealand in the series opener in Auckland, smashing an unbeaten 145 to help give his side a 1-0 series lead.

NFL: Chiefs looking to march on

What: Los Angeles Rams @ Kansas City Chiefs
Where: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri
When: 21:25, Sunday 27th November
How to watch: Sky Sports, NFL Game Pass & bet365 Sports Live Streaming
Odds: LA Rams 15/2, KC Chiefs 1/12

The Los Angeles Rams' reign as Super Bowl champions looks like it will be coming to an end this season, as they are bottom of the NFC West with a dismal 3-7 record.

Next up for the Rams is a trip to Kansas City Chiefs, who sit top of the AFC West with an 8-2 record and who are 17/4 to win Super Bowl LVII.

Kansas are on a four-game winning streak, having beaten the 49ers, Titans, Jaguars and Chargers, and they are 10/11 at -15.5 on the spread to beat LA, who have lost their last four.

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