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tv   Sportsday  BBC News  November 25, 2018 7:30pm-7:46pm GMT

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rain week -- reaches winds. the rain week —— reaches cornwall and devon, by the afternoon central parts of the uk, but it looks i do most of the day, northern areas will stay dry, and i could even be misty and for the microphone you for time. dominating the whole north atlantic, look at these isobars, which comes with much milder weather, reaching all parts of the country by wednesday, lots of showers, gale force winds inland, even showers, gale force winds inland, eve n severe showers, gale force winds inland, even severe gales around some of these western coasts. these are the average wind speeds, and in many cases you could maybe double or triple some of these northern areas, the average wins to get the guest. temperatures 14 degrees in london, double figures throughout the country. on thursday, low—pressure, very close to our neighbourhood, sending strong winds and mild air. but in between showers, you will get the sunshine. that is if you're not stuck underneath a weather front, and there will be one for a time
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across southern and there will be one for a time across southern areas. and there will be one for a time across southern areas. you can see the weather breaks, sunshine developing their to the middle parts of the day. not all bad, it will not be raining all the time. it will not feel a 14 degrees in the showers —— clouds. bring further strong winds to the south, as well. goodbye. hello, this is bbc news. the headlines: theresa may urges parliament and the public to back her brexit deal after its endorsement at today's eu summit. jean claude juncker, president of the european commission, warns mps that the agreement is the best and only deal on offer. unsafe and poorly tested medical devices are being implanted into patients, according to a global investigation. parliament has seized documents as part of an ongoing
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dispute between facebook and a committee of mps investigating the technology giant's use of private data. and in ten minutes, click takes a look at the technology taking firefighting to the next level. now on bbc news it's time for sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday. arsenal stay in touch with the top four after a win at bournemouth and it's another second half comeback. top of the world and tops off on top of the podium, hamilton
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ends the formula one season with another win. and a final too far for england as they are outclassed by australia at the world t20 in antigua. hello and welcome to sportsday. hello there, what is it about arsenal in the second half this season? drawing or losing at the break in every league match, they always seem to turn things around and so it proved at bournemouth, winning 2—1 to extend their unbeaten run that stretches back to august and stay in touch with the top four. the arsenal express rolled in. with the three matches ending in draws, was the train running out of steam? a team on the rise, the cherries moving up the table.
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david brooks believing he had put bournemouth ahead. the assistant disagreed. no doubting the opener. the own goal a sight to behold. not one he will want to watch again. nothing lucky about the equaliser. a sharp counterattack showing movement and pace. king applying the final touch. arsenal have not enjoyed a first—half lead in the league this season. their unbeaten run based on comebacks. late pressure almost saw the return but the post denied him. arsenal held out even if it was not the most convincing of victories. totte n ha m tottenham visit next week. i am happy with our players, how they are working today, and our supporters are helping us. for the next week it is good.
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we are going to play another match with a top team. it is a good moment for us to enjoy together. the most important is to win today. what a win for huddersfield. they started the day bottom of the table but a 2—0 victory at wolves sees them move out of the relegation zone to 14th. it's been a great november for david wagner's side with two wins and a draw. in the intensity of the premier league few teams have adapted like wolves. at the start of the season they had sights on the top six but a slide down the table has come with two home defeats. for huddersfield
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anywhere up will do. when you are bottom every goal feels priceless. that struggle lifted them six places up the league and set the foundations for a performance more like the terriers of last season when staying in the division was built on that sort of energy. wolves came within a fraction of a second of a response. the header needed a technology check. they do not get any closer to going in. a moment and a millimetre that can change a season because huddersfield's rise up the table was rubber—stamped with their second. a similar range finding the same position. the first away win since february and a result that could change these teams‘ aspirations. wolves looking over their shoulder while huddersfield have lift off. delighted. the first away win in the premier league is massive and the last three games we have had good performances. collecting points is the most important. there was a fantastic match in the championship,
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one of the great second city derbies as aston villa beat birmingham city 4—2. for a while birmingham looked to be heading for their first win at villa park in 14 years. but villa equalised and then what a moment this was for boyhood fanjack grealish to put them 2—1 up. tammy abraham scored a villa penalty before blues got another goal back, but then this stunning solo goal from full—back alan hutton sealed a win for dean smith's side. new republic of ireland manager mick mccarthy insists he's happy enough that he'll be replaced after the euro 2020 campaign. just a warning there's some flash photography coming up. he was officially unveiled in dublin this afternoon, returning to the role 16 years
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after his first spell in charge. the fai have said dundalk boss stephen kenny will take over after the euros. the copa libertadores final between buenos aires rivals boca juniors and river plate has been postponed again. violence before yesterday's second leg saw the match put back 2a hours. some boca players were injured as their bus was attacked by river plate fans on the way to the stadium in buenos aires and organisers say it wouldn't be fair to stage the match this evening. a new date will be decided on tuesday. the formula one season has drawn to a close with lewis hamilton on top of the podium at the abu dhabi grand prix. his iith win of the year saw the five—time champion become the first driver to pass 400 points for the season. nick parrott reports. after securing a fifth world title, it is a season lewis hamilton will want to remember. securing pole here was one of many highlights and his fantastic start set up a cruise to the finish. while he strolled, others stumbled.
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nico hulkenberg did not even manage to complete the first lap. a heart stopping moment for the renault driver... get me out of here, there's a fire. they're coming. ..and everyone watching. kimi raikkonen‘s final race for ferrari did not last much longer. with racing suspended to move the finn's car, hamilton took advantage to make his only pit stop early. he regained the lead after everyone else had stopped and went on to claim his iith win of the year, matching his best season, of 2014. while he hopes to add to his titles, there will not be any more for fernando alonso. his final race produced a pointless iith—placed finish, but there was a break with tradition, seeing him joining hamilton and second—placed sebastian vettel on the grid to say goodbye to the fans in style. nick parrott, bbc news. england were well beaten by australia in the final of the women's world t20 this morning. the reigning one—day champions lost by eight wickets in antigua
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as the southern stars won their fourth t20 world title. jo currie was at the match. joy and elation, australia ending the wait to win a major trophy and showing why they are the world number ones. england ruing what could have been, in the knowledge they were beaten by the better team. england opted to bat but after a couple of dropped catches australia's bowlers started to find their feet, dismissing the openerforfour. she was followed by amyjones to leave england dangerously poised at 41—3 without a review. they needed a calm head which wyatt provided. bringing up a respectable 43 to give england hope. the middle order could not show the same resolve as australia started to get a grip on the final. heather knight reached 25 before being caught. england limped towards the 100 mark. they eventually fell two balls short
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of finishing their innings, setting australia chasing 126 for victory, but would it be enough? ecclestone removed australia's healy early for 22. mooney followed and gardner and lanning dug in sensing the world cup in their sights. they chased the target with ease to complete an emphatic victory and a fourth title. for the world number ones the relief and elation was obvious. for england, a missed opportunity. it is raw at the moment. we have to reflect. i am chuffed for the young girls who have performed on the bigger stage. they may not have been able to repeat the success of last year's one—day world cup but reaching two world finals in 16 months capped a remarkable period for this team. now it is a time for reflection
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because for some of these players the opportunity to be double world champion may not come round again. england are on course for a first series whitewash in sr lanka, they need six more wickets in the final test in colombo, with two full days remaining. after a flurry of english wickets in the morning session, joss butler top scored with 64, as england were all out for 230 in their second innings. that left sri lanka chasing a target of 327 for victory, and when moeen ali bowled opener dimuth karunaratne, england looked to push their advantage further. ben stokes struck, stuart broad with the catch to dismiss angelo matthews. sri lanka were four down, finishing on 53—4 at stumps needing another 274. england are looking to become just the third team to complete
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a series whitewash in sri lanka. saracens kept up the pressure on gallagher premiership leaders exeter with a 27—22 victory at leicester. the visitors were cruising, with this try from alex lozowski putting them in a commanding lead at half—time. the tigers rallied back, with matt smith narrowing the gap, but saracens held on to seal the win. great britain beat japan 2—1 in the champions trophy to avoid the wooden spoon in china. gb had to come from behind with goals from hannah martin and amy costello, who scored her first for britain. this was a fifth place play—off after gb had finished bottom of their pool. the netherlands won the trophy with a 5—1 victory over australia. and in golf, the first tournament of new season on the european tour saw england's aaron rai win his first title. he held off matthew fitzpatrick at the hong kong open to win by one stroke in very wet conditions
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at the fanling course. he started his final round six shots clear of the rest of the field but fitzpatrick‘s round of 64 wasn't quite enough to chase down rai. that's all from sportsday. we'll have more throughout the evening. now click. the californian wildfires are the deadliest the state
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has ever seen. they have claimed the lives of more than 80 people, hundreds are missing, and whole towns have been destroyed. but as residents tried to escape, the firefighters did what they always do — they ran towards the danger. it is a profession that relies on courage, education, and increasingly, the latest science and technology to better understand how fires behave and how to beat back the flames. and if you want to be a firefighter, this is where you learn your craft — the international fire training centre in darlington, in the north of england. this is where brave firefighters come from around the world to learn the latest techniques in fighting all kinds of blazes.


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