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Stuart Dalgleish 27th Mar 2009 - 20:34

No Messi-ng – we’ve got a brilliant bet for you

Here at William Hill we love to give you punters as much free football as you can possibly take and this weekend we've really gone overboard. Over 15 top international games are available for your viewing pleasure right here on betliveTV.

It starts at 14:00 with Andrei Arshavin's Russia taking on Azerbaijan and concludes with Nolberto Solano's Peru entertaining Chile, kicking off at 23:10.

To keep the viewing interesting we've also compiled an enhanced odds accumulator on five of the big-guns so you can make it a profitable evening. Portugal, Italy, France, Argentina and Mexico can all be on your side for an outstanding price of 13/2.

Portugal v Sweden

Carlos Queiroz's Portugal side entertain Sweden in what should be a great tactical battle, the host's have flair and pace in all areas and will be posing some serious questions of the ageing Sweden defence.

At odds of 8/13 Deco and co should get the better of the visitors who will be missing star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The draw is available at 23/10, while the Swedes, with legendary front-man Henrik Larsson leading the line, are a 4/1 shot to emerge victorious from this Group 1 game.

We're picking out the Portugese as the first selection of our acca.

Montenegro v Italy

The Italians aren't messing about in this qualifying campaign, three wins and a draw from their first four games has put Marcello Lippi's team top of group 8 as they look to retain the World Cup which they won in the most dramatic style three years ago.

The hosts haven't won a game in qualification so unsurprisingly find themselves as 9/2 outsiders for this encounter. The draw, which Montenegro have earned twice from both home matches so far, is a 23/10 shot, while the four times World Cup winners are 4/7 to claim the three points and stay top of the group.

The Azzurri are our second choice of the night for this enhanced accumulator.

Lithuania v France

Despite brilliant individual talent with the likes of Gourcuff and Ribery Les Bleus have had a stuttering start to qualifying, sitting third in group 7, the 2006 World Cup runners-up should have enough to beat minnows Lithuania though.

The home side are 9/2 to record a famous victory, while the draw can be backed at 23/10. Raymond Domenech's charges are the favourites at 4/7 to kick-start their qualifying campaign with an away win.

Our third selection of the day is Thierry Henry's France.

Argentina v Venezuela

Diego Maradona's team are looking comfortable in the South American group, victory in this game would all but guarantee the two times winners qualification for the World Cup in South Africa next year.

The hosts are well fancied to claim those vital points, odds of 1/7 suggest it should be a stroll in the park for Messi et al. The draw, at 9/2, is an unlikely outcome, Venezuela have lost all nine previous meetings with one match finishing 11-0! With those stats it's not hard to see why the visitors are a 14/1 shot.

The penultimate selection of the accumulator is Argentina.

Mexico v Costa Rica

Sven's men lost their most recent qualification game away to the USA but at home they're a very different proposition, winning all four games rattling in 16 goals in the process.

With that home form in mind it's no surprise that Mexico are favourites to win this match at odds of 6/10. The draw can be backed at 12/5, while an away win is priced at 19/5, the travelling side have only beaten Mexico once in ten matches.

The final choice for our accumulator is Mexico to make it five home wins out of five.

So now you've got your bet on, sit back, relax and enjoy all the action unfold in the comfort of your own home, all for free, on betliveTV

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