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11:27 04 December 2012

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West Ham United's Mohamed Diame celebrates scoring his side's second goal during the Barclays Premier League match at Upton Park, London.

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Here we have it ladies and gentlemen, our weekend sports review quiz for the week beginning December 3.

These ten teasers based on the weekend’s sporting action will test your knowledge of results, stats, facts and everything in between.

The quiz is completely free to play and also give 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.

Good luck!

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