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16:41 09 November 2012

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger (right) complains to the fourth official on the touchline as Fulham boss keeps his eye on last season

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger (right) complains to the fourth official on the touchline as Fulham boss keeps his eye on last season's contest. The two teams do battle at the Emirates this weekend and ther's a question relating to the game in our quiz below plus nine more tough questions. Photo credit: Stephen Pond/EMPICS

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Congratulations on finding our latest sports quiz.

Try our Something For The Weekend quiz and win £150 to spend at JJB Sports

These ten teasers will test your knowledge of fixtures over the weekend of November 10 and 11, plus recent news and events.

It’s completely free to play and also gives you the chance to win great prizes.

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.

Look out for our daily football & celebrity news quizzes coming soon.

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