you're raising money for something, you can't see it... this morning, harry was back on bbc breakfast to see the memorial as it's being built, for the first time. clearly, an emotional moment. 0k? yeah. idid it. ijust had a job to do. all these fellas did a good job. all these men, these wonderful men, young boys of 16. i'm not a brave man. i'm lucky. i owe my life to the boys that i loved and i'll never forget them. that's it. now on bbc one, time for the news where you are. have a very good night.
hello, and welcome to sportsday. i'm holly hamilton. watford get their first win of the season, leaving norwich languishing at the bottom of the table. scotland's women maintain their emphatic start to euro 2021 qualifying with victory in albania. dawid malan‘s century puts england back in with a chance of winning the t20 series in new zealand. hello, and welcome to the programme. well, norwich city's win over the premier league champions back in september must feel like a very
long time ago. they were beaten once again tonight, this time by watford. their 2—0 defeat moves them to the bottom of the table and without a win in seven games. michael redford was watching. if you are a supporter of norwich or watford, it is been tough to watch her side of life. norwich winless since september and wofford willis all season. both sides in need of a superhero to break the elements and try and guide them towards premier league safety. in a game of such magnitude, it is vital you start well. emiliano did not get the message but wofford did. the spinner put wofford ahead in norwich yet to earn a point when going behind and again. this finish might explain why. in the home side's task made even harderjust seven minutes in the second half. andre grey with his first goal since august. norwich is
in special to kick start their evening. jamaal lewis nearly provided it. moments later, they we re provided it. moments later, they were given a lifeline. a second yellow card for this challenge and wofford down to ten men. it did not impact the result with wofford hanging on for the first one of the season hanging on for the first one of the season and this will attend. they move off the bottom of the table and the hornets rediscovering their sting. we wait and see. england play germany in a friendly in front of a sold—out wembley tomorrow evening. the lionesses will attempt to beat germany on home soil for the first time and set a new record crowd for a women's match in the uk. but the two—time world champions and eight—time european champions will provide a stern test for phil neville's out—of—form team. but midfielderjill scott says she's relishing the chance to play in front of a record number of fans.
to think that everybody is going out there and want to support the team is just there and want to support the team isjust a there and want to support the team is just a massive turn for the game. and as phil says he moved on to win but i think that will come after the game and after we have put in informants because that if the main thing tomorrow for us is a team and staff and players. scotland's women have continued their euro 2021 qualifying campaign in style with a 5—0 victory over albania. claire emslie opened the scoring in elbasan at 15 minutes afterjane ross headed the ball down into the box. it was ross who netted the second before erin cuthbert and debutant hannah godfrey added further goals before christie murray rounded off the scoring with this effort to make it 5—0 and mvoe the scots second in theirgroup. elsehwere tonight, northern ireland's wait for their first qualifying win continues after they were hammered 6—0 in norway. the first round of the fa cup kicked off tonight with league two carlisle avoiding an upset against dulwich hamlet. after going 2—0 down,
christian smith's header gave the national league south side some hope, but this superb long—range effort from mike jones restored carlisle's two—goal lead in the second half before harry mckirdy scored his second of the night to wrap up a 4—1 victory and go into the hat for monday's second—round draw. in the scottish championship, leaders dundee united have moved further clear of the rest by winning the dundee derby. they're now six points ahead in first place after a nicky clark penalty and lawrence shankland's effort saw off dundee 2—0. bottom of the championship stoke have confirmed that northern ireland manager michael o'neill will take charge of the club. he's expected to be in the dug—out for stoke's game against barnsley tomorrow. o'neill will return to northern ireland to take charge of their final two euro 2020 qualifiers before moving to stoke full—time. it was make or break, but england put in a stunning performance in their fourth t20
against new zealand to take the series to a 2—2 draw. impressive batting from dawid malan and eoin morgan mean that the five—match series is nicely poised for the decider on sunday. nick parrott reports. after collapsing to defeat against new zealand three days ago, england we re new zealand three days ago, england were threatening to do it again. but jonny bairstow‘s early exit did not point to what was to come. pressure can bring the best out in some people and the captain eoin morgan and dab in the land were thriving under it. morgan racing to the fastest half to do for his company —— country and that would malan claiming the quickest term and only the second to be scored by an england player. they were rewriting england's t20 record books, hitting the highest partnership and total. chasing 242, and zealand were quickly up and running. this clear in the grandstand and threatening to her england. but that would belen came to the rescue, sending him
packing before he could do much damage. an injustice just packing before he could do much damage. an injusticejust his second match, matt parkinson was turning the screws. taking three wickets in just five balls. ending the new zealand innings with three overs to spare, england hopes to repeat the performance in the decider on sunday. with the world cup now over, the focus moves back to club rugby union this weekend, and sale sharks have moved up to second in the premiership table, until tomorrow at least. and they had the south african du preez brothers to thank for their win over wasps. dan du preez scored the game's only try and his brother rob kicked five penalties in a 28—18 victory. while in the pro 14, edinburgh are up to second in their conference after beating dragons 20—7. scotland fullback blair kinghorn scored the first of edinburgh's two tries. elsewhere, leinster beat connacht. british wheelchair racer sammi kinghorn has won
bronze in the t53100 metres at the world para—athletics championships in dubai. the 23—year old came into the final as reigning champion and after an injury—ravaged season, emerged with bronze in a time of 16.64 seconds. kinghorn, who only went under the knife five months ago, said she was delighted to make the podium. also making the news today: at the track cycling world cup in glasgow, katie archibald, elinor barker, neah evans and ellie dickinson beat germany to the gold medal in the women's team pursuit. lora fachie won para b individual pursuit gold. we knew we were kind of capable of it but we never knew how it would pan out and you have that extra support behind you, you canjust squeeze through it that little bit more. i think that show in the time that we did. happy days. defending champion justin rose is two shots off the lead heading into the final two rounds of the turkish open.
he birdied three of his last five holes today to sit 10—under par. austria's mathius schwarb leads. neil robertson's beaten ronnie 0'sullivan to reach the final of the champion of champions event in coventry. he won a deciding frame to take it 6—5. mark allen and world champion judd trump meet in the other semi—final. the top two in the premier league face off against each other on sunday — liverpool hosting manchester city at anfield. already, tensions have been building with merseyside police warning fans not to respond to a call on social media for liverpool fans to give the same "welcome" to the city bus as they did in 2018 when missiles were thrown. patrick gearey looks ahead to sunday's match. liverpool will be hurt. still a very long season ahead.
the title race has barely reached the first bend and yet this feels like a crucialjunction. liverpool arrive at it ahead, six points north of manchester city, the team they chased to the last day of last season. separated by only one point. after such a relentless race, managerial trash talk would seem hollow, instead warm words replace mind games. i could not respect him more. he is the best manager in the world. wherever he was, he had a proper impact on the team. you can see when he is not there any more, the football looks different. when he took over the team, it was not a real contender. in history, yes, but not to win the premier league or be on top. and he did it. in three or four years, he built something marvellous to watch. pleasantries aside, when the two
sides meet, it matters. the only game liverpool lost was to city, effectively costing them the title. when they reunited for the community shield, it took penalties to separate them. so the two league defeats city have since suffered take on added importance. as does the absence of city's star keeper. in the past, it has overheated. city's coach has been bottled outside anfield and have asked for assurances there will not be a repeat. hope it does not happen again. the police knew, but didn't do anything in the champions league before. i don't know what they are going to do. we all did not throw the bottle or whatever it was, but it was one of us. so that is why we are responsible for that and have to make sure all of us have to make sure that something like this will not happen again ever. whatever the result, it will come with an asterisk,
city know how to chase liverpool never give in, but the margin of error has never been smaller in the premier league era. the higher they both climb, the less they can afford to slip. now, we see it all the time — feuds between celebrities on social media. very rarely, though, do they ever end up literally battling it out in the ring. well, this weekend, youtube stars ksi and logan paul go toe to toe in their boxing rematch in la. they faced each other at manchester arena in august last year. it was billed as "the biggest internet event in history" as over a million people watched it worldwide. the contest ended in a draw, nicely setting up saturday's rematch. he is going to get hit in the head a dangerous amount of times. i think he's going to suffer some severe health repercussions. i'm surprised your manager let you do this. this camp has pushed me to the edge, to the point where i had blood, sweat and tears.
i have never worked so hard in my life, i have never worked so hard training in my life. that's all from sportsday. we'll have more sport throughout the weekend. hello, and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are james rampton, features writer for the independent, and rachel cunliffe, comment and features editor at cityam. many of tomorrow's front pages are already in.
the i leads on the severe flooding that has hit parts of england — after a month's worth of rain fell in one day in parts of the midlands and the north. the front page of the express focuses on the latest election polls, which it says suggests the labour vote is "collapsing" in the party's traditional hotspots. the telegraph features an interview with former home secretary lord blunkett, who claims that issues with anti—semitism and "thuggery" in the labour party could mean they will see an electoral defeat as bad as their performance in 1983. meanwhile, the mail's front page calls on its readers to ask the leader of the brexit party, nigel farage, to stand down — so he avoids sabotaging the conservatives' chances in the upcoming election. the guardian publishes figures which show the number of patients
having surgery in private hospitals — that's paid for by the nhs — has trebled since 2010. and on the front page of the times is an investigation revealing that google is making millions of pounds from promoting accounts on its search engine that refer users to "potentially fraudulent" schemes. that is a look through some of the pages. let's start off with the daily mail. rachel, kick us off. stand down, nigel. this is a tale of many elections. looking at what they have chosen to focus on and the daily mail in quite a dramatic about turn is calling on nigel for roger and his party to stand down or took and his party to stand down or took a step back because they risk opening the door to a shabby coalition of socialists, lib dems, scottish and welsh nationalists and basically undermining brexit. really interesting because