in clearfor northern ireland. in northern england and scotland, they are cold and frost and ice, on untreated surfaces. temperatures are staying up across england and wales, where we have outbreaks of rain and snow on higher ground. especially down towards wales and the peak district. that weather system pulls away southwards. a gap between weather systems before this comes in for remembrance sunday. allowed in southern parts of england and south wales to start the day. still damp in places. fog patches around. that im proves in places. fog patches around. that improves as it gets dry and brighter through the day. showers in north—east scotland and around the murray firth. most places will have a dry and sunny sunday. cloud increasing in northern ireland. it will feel warmer but it is wet again in northern ireland. this weather system is moving in. rain and hill snow in the highlands of scotland. a
chilly start to the night, temperatures heading up again with the cloud. a spell of rain across all parts, moving east on monday morning. clearing the south—east on monday but showers fall on this brisk north—westerly wind. most will be towards the north—west of the uk. there will be some sunny spells, especially to the south and east. feeling chilly on monday because the wind is stronger. temperatures in single figures as they will be throughout the week ahead. low pressure close by on tuesday. easing away. not so many showers on tuesday. something a little quieter going in on wednesday morning. we do have another weather system coming in on wednesday. low pressure dominating, and there will be further rain at staying chilly. more on the website.
hello this is bbc news. the headlines: the environment agency says flooding still poses a danger to life in south yorkshire, with seven severe flood warnings in place along the river don. the conservatives lay out plans to train and employ thousands more gps, despite failing to meet a previous recruitment target. labour and the liberal democrats promise more hours of free child care but providers are sceptical overfunding. germany marks 30 years since the fall of the berlin wall with a call for people to stand up forfundamental values. now it's time for sports day. sportsday, with me holly hamilton and chetan pathak. the headlines this evening....
leicester do it again. brendan rogers side beat arsenal to move second in the table. but where does that leave manchester city? the largest ever attendance for an england women's football match. but no joy for the lionesses. who lose in the last minute to germany. another medal for great britain on day three of the world para—athletics championships in dubai. also coming up in the programme: the kiwis inflict a third tour defeat on the great britain rugby league lions in christchurch. and saracens silence the gloucester fans with victory at kingsholm in their first game since being sanctioned for salary cap breaches. hello and welcome to the programme, plenty of movers and shakers in the premier league
after today's results. in form leicester are now up to second after an impressive 2—0 win over arsenal at the kingpower stadium leicester had won eight of their last 11 home league games and ayoze perez had the chance to put them ahead in the first half, but fired into the stands. wilfred ndidi came even closer after the break. ricardo carved an opening but the nigerian could only hit the cross bar. arsenal then had a goal ruled out offside before jamie vardy finally found a way though for leicester and scored his eleventh goal of the season. it pretty quickly got worse for the visitors. brendan rodgers‘ side were in complete control and james maddison doubled their lead...2—0 to leicester it finished. a fourth consecutive premier league victory. well chelsea were briefly second themselves earlier this afternoon, after their 2—0 win over crystal palace. they're now 3rd.
it was their sixth league win in a row— the first time they've done that since they won the title. they move to within five points of leaders liverpool who play city tomorrow. paul frostick reports: five premier league wins in a row for chelsea left them in good shape heading into this fixture with crystal palace. and after an incredible midweek champions league comeback, they were full of confidence. despite a first half full of attacking threat, it would prove to be a goalless one. chelsea began the second half on the front foot again and they got their breakthrough. the palace defence finally unlocked tammy abraham finishing the move. with only a single goal between the sides, crystal palace upped their efforts and started to trouble the chelsea backline. but as the game approached the final stages, christian pulisic got the second. to see them leapfrog manchester city in the table.
we certainly deserved to win the game and the first half, if it was frustrating it was because we had all the game, had some chances but not enough clear ones. we let the tempo dropp slightly through the half. as soon as we picked it up in the second half then i thought we got our deserve to win with a clean sheet. fascinating day. here to wrap up the rest of today's premier league action is austin halewood. and tottenham's run without a premier league win continues? that's right tottenham continuing to struggle this season. a big result in europe in midweek but once again they couldn't back it up next time out. they were held to a 1—1 draw at home to sheffield united. before the game, tottenham were five places below the visitors and they looked every bit of it in the first half. sheffield united the much better
team — lyss moussett with their best chance of a number of them. but with the quality tottenham have, if you don't take your chances, they can make you pay and son heung min did just that. his third goal in four days gave spurs the lead. however, sheffield united hit straight back. david mcgoldrick with the tap in until , after a three minute check — it was ruled out for offside by var. literally, half a toe over the line, in the build up, denied sheffield united the goal. you really have to see it back on match of the day later to believe how close it was. but luckily for the blood pressure of plenty of sheffield fans, they got a goal back through george baldock. whereas spurs... they were lucky to get that.
they're without a win since september now in the league. but what a job this man is doing for them. manager chris wilder and his team still undefeated on the road in the premier league but, perhaps, they could've had more. i understand, if it is offside it is offside. my point is the reset on it. if that was the first phase and if it was offside it was offside. of course, it is a spectator sport and a fast free—flowing game and when incidents like this happen it is a disappointment. now to saint mary's where there was a huge game at the bottom of the table between southampton and everton. and a huge game for these two. lots of pressure on both managers ralph hassenhutl and marco silva. well it was everton who came out on top with a vital win on the road for them. it was southampton‘s first game back at st mary's since that nine goal horror show against leicester and the fans were ready to back their team, with scarves on every seat but they were terrible
in the fist half southampton were terrible. no shots and a goal behind after tom davies scored for everton. well sofian boufal came on at the break and changed the game for southampton he set up an equaliser for danny ings to score and bring his team level. but they couldn't hold on. richarlasson with the winner in the second half for everton. and those scarfs i showed you a moment ago, well hundreds of them were tossed onto the pitch at full time in protest. so a first win on the road this season for everton and marco silva. but another hugley disappointing result for southampton and boss ralph hassenhutl. you have to think he's not got long to turn things around now. the players try and fight to wind games but at the moment we are not good enough. it is coolly taken its toll on the fans but do you feel you
have the strength and the stamina to turnit have the strength and the stamina to turn it around? i have two. this is myjob andi turn it around? i have two. this is myjob and i think to be strong in that moment is what i am here for andi that moment is what i am here for and i have tried to invest everything and this is all we can do. try to work hard and try to get better and i think we can play. andi and i think we can play better when we play in the moment. newcastle weathered the storm of some tough early fixtures and they contiued their good run with a 2—1 win over bournemouth at saint james's park when harry wilson scored the opener for the visitors and captainjamal laceslles went off for newcastle, it looked like it might not be their day. but they turned it on from that point, deandre yedlin with the equaliser before ciran clarke got the winner for newcastle. so back—to—back wins for the first time in the league this season for newcastle. that's three wins from their last five as well. after a touch start to life at st james's park,
could the manager be starting to win the fans over? we know how crucial back—to—back wins are in the premier league so it was vitally important, especially in the first 20 minutes when bournemouth caused all sorts of problems and they got off to a great set piece. and a quality goal. we are disappointed but sometimes you have to think about where that came from, the retaining ground obviously. we had to show a bit of metal. overall, the longer on it went i thought there was only going to be one winner. and finally a big turn—around of form for burnley today. after threee straight defeats they thrashed west ham 3—0 at turf moore. ashley barnes scored the first before chris wood made it two. just moments before socring that, he'd actually had a goal ruled out by var, of course. so he decided to make some fun of the process with his celebration. but there was no doubt about that one. before an own goal from keeper
roberto jiminez sealed the three points for burnley — as for west ham they're without a win in six league games now. so if we look at the table, leicester city now up to second there. ahead of chelsea and manchester, before their big game against leaders liverpool tomorrow. and the bottom makes interesting reading too. aston villa are there who haven't played today but we keep coming back to southampton. you feel that something has to change at st marys quickly or they could be a shake—up. michael o'neill made the perfect start to life as stoke city manager
as they moved off the bottom of the championship with a 4—2 victory over barnsley. meanwhile nottingham forest are up to fourth after beating local rivals derby i—o. lewis grabban pouncing on a mistake to get the only goal in a fiery game at the city ground. elsewhere in the championship leaders west brom were 1—0 winners at hull, second place preston beat huddersfield 3—1, there were also wins for leeds and fulham whilst swansea scored a 94th minute equaliser in a two all draw at sheffield wednesday. in the scottish premiership managerless hearts claimed their first home win in seven months beating st mirren 5—2. hamilton academical held on for over an hour with ten men to claim a point at kilmarnock.a three one win at ross county takes aberdeen upto third in the table. and hibs — who are also managerless — hammered stjohnston 4—1. christian doidge with a hat—trick. celtic and rangers both play tomorrow. it's fa cup first round weekend and you can follow all the action on the bbc.
there was drama between walsall and darlington this afternoon. four goals and two red cards as the away side equalised with the last kick of the game. this is the 97th minute of play — a free—kick from far out but waiting in the box was jarrett rivers who put the ball in the net, causing wild celebrations as some fans ran on to the pitch. that was after walsall had gone 2—1 ahead in the 89th minute. both sides had a player sent off. highlights and goals from all ties will be shown on the bbc sport website and app and there is live text commentary on the bbc sport website. it's was a record attendance for england's women at wembley tonight against germany but it wasn't the history making win they hoped for, the lionesses lost 2—1. the two time world champions dominated the opening play, which led to an unmarked alexandra popp putting the germans
ahead afterjust 9 minutes. england's first proper chance came 30 minutes later with a penalty from nikita paris. the german keeper denying her an equaliser. just before half time the goal finally came, ellen white doing what she does best but in the last minute of normal time, klara buhlfoud a chink in england defence to give germany a 2—1 victory. it leaves some questioning phil neville's future as head coach.. i don't listen to those types of people who are saying those types of things. i've been in football long enough that as a manager you have to ta ke enough that as a manager you have to take the responsibility. i do take the responsibility. it is a lot to do with me and we have just got to make sure that i improve as a manager and the players will improve to. let's have a quick look at some of the other stories around today. england's tyrell hatton shot a seven—under—par 65 to move into contention for tomorrow's final round of the turkish 0pen.
hatton‘s in a group on 15 under that trail austria's outright leader matthias schwab by three shots. the harry cobden—ridden give me a copper, the 5—1 co—favourite,held off soupy soups to win the big race of the day which was the badger beers trophy at wincanton. he's part—owned by former manchester united manager sir alex ferguson. youtube stars k.s.i and logan paul go head to head in their boxing re—match in la tonight. the pair have an online audience of a0 million who follow them. in their first amateur fight in manchester last year, it's thought k.s.i. earned more than 100 million us dollars. it's day three of the world pa ra—athletics championships in dubai where there's been another medalfor great britain with 0livia breen taking bronze in the t38 long jump. the 23—year—old from wales, who won the title in london two years ago, recorded a bestjump of 4.93 metres. 0ur reporter kate grey is there. great britain have won their third
medal of these championships thanks to 0livia breen taking bronze in a t38 long jump. she was the defending championship coming into this event but her competition proved too strong today but the gold and silva medallistjumping strong today but the gold and silva medallist jumping over five metres. she did put together a consistent set ofjumps, she did put together a consistent set of jumps, just she did put together a consistent set ofjumps, just short of her personal best and in true 0livia start she was in good spirits after the event. i'm really happy. 0bviously the event. i'm really happy. obviously it has been an incredibly long season and to come home with a medal, i couldn't have asked for any more. there were no the medal for great britain this evening but there have been some outstanding performances from an international perspective today. seven world records being broken across at the track and field events. the highlight had to beat new zealand's lisa adam who broke the world record and won the f 37 shot put and the reason why she is an interesting character is because it was her sister valerie adams who is a very well—known figure in the world of athletics, the double 0lympian
champion ina athletics, the double 0lympian champion in a shot but who encouraged her get into the sport two years ago. she has since been her clearly and if very experienced hands and it lisa has come to this event, broken the world record, smashed her competition and will certainly be one to watch in tokyo next year. a lovely story to see it u nfold next year. a lovely story to see it unfold here and her sister valerie has been her supporting her as well. with regards to tomorrow, on day four great britain have lots of athletes in action with world champion going in the shot put and a british head—to—head in the t34 100 metres was british head—to—head in the t34100 metres was stop it will definitely bea metres was stop it will definitely be a race to watch. still to come on sportsday. we meet the seven—year—old golfer who's already being nicknamed "tiger". champion, champion, champion,
champion... i think he wasjust showing off there. just a bit. on to rugby league and great britain's miserable tour continued this morning after losing 23—8 in their second test against new zealand in christchurch. that makes it three defeats in a row — a disappointing result for the lions' on their return after a 12 year absence. adam wild reports. for great britain's rugby league lions, the writing was on the wall. the task ahead now loud, clear and yelled out in black and white. with two defeats from two on this tour, there were some reputations to restore, but here, once again, struggling to get to grips with new zealand. britain under pressure from the start, the kiwis rarely looked troubled. shaunjohnson going over with barely a finger laid on him. britain bruised, bloodied and battered and they had not yet reached half—time. after 12 years away, so much more had been expected from this british side but it was
new zealand taking their chances. in the case of ken maumalo, doing so quite brilliantly. josh hodgson did eventually find a way through for great britain but the damage had been done. yet another defeat. this team, this tour, looking ever more troubled. 0ur start, ourfirst few sets were all right, then a few early errors. the kiwis played well. they put a lot of pressure on us. we saw the stats at half—time. it was tough. we were sapped of energy. credit to us, we came out in the second half and there was plenty of fight in us. nonetheless, gutted, mate. a better result for england women's rugby league side who have won the first test of their tour to papua new guinea.
emily rudge scored an england women's record four tries to help her side to a 2k points to ten win in goroka. the sides meet again for a second and final test in port moresby next saturday. in rugby union, saracen‘s ended a dramatic week with a 21—12 win at gloucester to move up to second in the english premiership. the champions, were handed a 35 point deduction and five million pound fine for salary cap breaches but overcame the jeers of the home supporters to get a comfortable win. patrick geary was watching: saracens could handle the saturday boos but tuesday's news will linger longer. found guilty of breaching the salary cap, they are paying with points, pounds and endless taunting. until the appeal, they have rugby to distract them. going back to what they know, smashing gloucester‘s door ajar, tomkins scored. tom marshall opted for a bit of football, followed by some diving, a try.
saracens also know the value of the boot. it was kicked by manu vunipola. his success has been built on family as well as money. using a collective spirit, they call the wolf pack which looks more like a herd of wildebeest when it is doing this. ben got the ball down. then they locked the door. a late gloucester try proved purely academic. for some, saracenss a cheat and this might be the week that everything changes except for one thing, the results. elsewhere bath beat top of the table northampton 22 points to 13and harlequins were beaten at home by worcester 19—14. in the pro1li glasgow warriors claimed a second straight bonus—point win, beating zebre by 31 ponts to seven. george horne scored two of his sides tries as warriors comprehensively won in italy. they'd already scored four times before zebre had a man sent off
for a high challenge. the italian side remain bottom of the table, with only two points from their first six fixtures. elsewhere 0spreys lost at home to southern kings. cardiff blues beat cheetahs 30—17. munster beat ulster 22—16. and scarletts, bennetton treviso has just got under way and scarlets lead 7—3. england's women began their autumn internationals with an impressive win over france — their first victory on french soil for seven years. they had to come from behind, but eventually found their form. sarah hunter crashing over for the second time to give the roses the lead going into the second half. world player of the year emily scarratt confirmed the victory with a penalty kick. now, he only started competing in golf tournaments just over a year ago but simthandile tshabalala has already won over 20 trophies. oh and he's just seven years old.
the youngster from johannesburg has been flying the flag for south africa as he acquired the global ranking of 1a in his age category and earned himself the nickname "sim tiger." 0ur colleagues at bbc africa have been to meet him. my name is simthandile tshabalala, i am seven years old. i play golf and i want to become the best in the world. so, i have played 12 times and i have won eight times. champion, champion, champion, champion... when i am about to play i feel very excited but you don't want to get too excited, then you will miss out. i am excited to play and then when i get onto the course i have to focus.
get my game right and play my best and have fun. you have to practice, practice, practice because you have to be different from the others. that is how you win tournaments. you have to practice in the morning and the afternoon. this is my british kids one i won in england and i am very proud of this one. i came in the top five in 2019. so, my dad tried me on different sports, tennis, swimming, cricket, soccer and then there was golf so i decided that with golf i had more talent. i like golf because it gives you opportunities to go around the world and learn new tricks and to learn how to swing the club. go left of the flag. i also like golf because my dad goes beside me and i'm very happy that he teaches me. this is my favourite trophy. this is because i won in an australian open top five. when i'm not playing
golf i relax and i like playing with my friends and i like to play games. it will be cool one day if i have my own game made about me. i would really appreciate and like that. i want to be very successful and i want to win the masters, the pga tours, the majors and the british opens and all those. i would like to inspire other kids and then they can do what i do playing golf and enjoy the game and have fun. i love that his aspirations aren't to be number one and the next tiger woods but to have his own computer game. i brought my nephew a plastic clu b game. i brought my nephew a plastic club and pat and he just wanted to go around the house hitting me with
that. not going to be tiger woods any time soon. and just before we leave you....we might think that all footballers are pampered these days but here is sunderland goalkeeperjon mclaughlin having to double up as the ball boy against gillingham in the fa cup as he had to retrieve the ball from an empty stand behind the goal. just think of all the fitness he'll get running up and down those stairs. you have to think though, too, in those boots that can't be safe. no need for a fitbit for that one. that's all from sportsday. that is ahead of the big one with liverpool tomorrow. thanks for watching. good night.
weather—wise it is a game of two halves overnight. the rain is beginning to clear away with ice on untreated services, especially... a lot of cloud around, still some outbreaks of rain and snow mixed in with this in places as well. here, ten which falling as much as they will be when you have the clear skies and further north and some of us skies and further north and some of us well both though freezing as sunday begins. that with that chilly start, there will be some morning sunshine but the further south you are in england into parts of wales, still rather cloudy and damp and may be some fog patches around to begin with but improving throughout the day. maybe the light shower running into parts of eastern england and eastern scotland but most places are going to have a fine day tomorrow. had increasing in northern ireland
this is bbc news. the headlines... seven severe flood warnings — meaning there's a danger to life — are still in place along the river don in south yorkshire. we are near the village of fishlake, where dozens of people have been evacuated from their homes. the conservatives lay out plans to train and employ thousands more gps — despite failing to meet a previous recruitment target. labour and the liberal democrats promise more hours of free childcare — but providers are sceptical overfunding. angela merkel leads events in germany to mark 30 years since the fall of the berlin wall and urges people to stand up forfundamental values. translation: the values upon which europe is founded — freedom, democracy, equality, rule of law, the preservation of human rights.