Try our Something for the Weekend football quiz and win prizes

14:35 29 December 2012

Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas. Photo credit: Stephen Pond/EMPICS

Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas. Photo credit: Stephen Pond/EMPICS

EMPICS Sport

Welcome to this week’s Something for the Weekend football quiz.

Try your luck for your chance to win a day at the races for two. It’s completely free to play.

These ten teasers will test your knowledge of fixtures over the weekend of December 29 and 30, plus recent news and events.

For each correct answer, you earn an entry into the prize draw. Simply log in or join to bank your prize draw entries. You’ll also be able to post your score to the leaderboard.

Good luck!

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