Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is (total £40.89, down £9.11)

It’s been a while since we put our money where our mouth is, and with a mouth-watering weekend of international football around the corner the time is right for us to make some money.

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This weekend in Europe sees the first legs of the World Cup playoff matches between the final eight hopefuls. Portugal, without star player Cristiano Ronaldo, play host to Bosnia with the Selecao having struggled throughout qualification.

The match looks set to be a cagey affair, with both teams capable of unlocking the others defences. Portugal have an array of attacking options with Simao, Deco, Nani and Liedson in their ranks, while the Eastern Europeans have an equally menacing set of goalscorers with Zvjezdan Misimovic, Edin Dzeko and Vedad Ibisevic leading their line.

Believing that Bosnia are capable of scoring a goal in Lisbon, we are staking two separate £2 bets on Edin Dzeko (7/2) and Vedad Ibisevic (4/1) scoring anytime during the match. Winning tickets will yield a £9 or £10 return, respectively.

The World Cup also plays out in Africa over the weekend.

On Saturday the Ivory Coast entertain Guinea, with the Elephants having already booked their spot in South Africa. By contrast Guinea have it all to prove needing a result to help assure them of a place at the African Cup of Nations tournament in Angola. Injury means Didier Drogba misses the match for the Ivorians, although the Toure brothers, Salomon Kalou, Kader Keita and Gervinho all are set to play.

On Sunday it is a similar story in Kumasi as the Ghanaian Black Stars tune up for the World Cup facing Mali.

The visitors appear to be a team without motivating ahead of this game; they are travelling to the group winners having assured themselves a spot at the Africans Nations, yet out of the World Cup running. Moreover, star players Fredi Kanoute, Moho Sissoko and Mahamadou Diarra all miss the miss through injury, while Ghana will be fired up to finish their qualification on a high with Michael Essien, Sulley Muntari and Asamoah Gyan in their team.

Backing wins for both the Ivory Coast (9/10) and Ghana (4/5), the aim is that a £4 stake will turn into a £13.68 return.

Lastly we turn to League One action on Saturday to try and pick up two homers.

Bottom of the table Wycombe head to high-flying Huddersfield, with the hosts buoyed in the knowledge that there last three home matches have seen the Terriers net 14 goals and concede just once.

Second-bottom Tranmere, who have failed to pick up their form since the sacking of John Barnes, face the daunting task of head to East Anglia as they take on fifth-placed Norwich at Carrow Road. As luck would have it for the Merseysiders, Norwich welcome back top scorer Gareth Holt for the match, winger Simon Lappin and right-back Jon Otsemobor are both fresh for selection are resting in the week.

Hoping for both Huddersfield (2/5) and Norwich (2/5) to romp to home victories the aim is that £2.5 will turn into a £4.90 return.