it has been great to meet the families, and what tiny happy people has provided for parents is a great lifeline. there is not a huge amount of support and guidance and it is very much needed. so well done. now on bbc news it's time for sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday — i'm jane dougall. a late burst of wickets gives
england hope, but can they salvage a result in the second test? chelsea are on top in the fa cup semifinal against manchester united. this man wins again. hamilton cruises to the top of the driver standings after victory in hungary. hello and welcome to sportsday. the wickets have been falling today at old trafford, with the welcome return of stuart broad to the side. he took three in nine—overs to give england hope of forcing a result in the second test against the west indies. the windies finished on 287 all out.
but england have lost two wickets already. joe wilson reports. you cannot see time hovering above old trafford but you can sense it in england's desperation to take wickets. and their disappointment when they didn't. just one west indies batsman fell before lunch on wednesday. —— sunday. a brave fielder to stand so close and to catch. all eyes on the ball, now more than ever. the referee sanitising the ball after one of the fielders admitted he had used saliva on the ball. here comes sam curran. accurate bowling will never go out of fashion whatever happens to lockdown hair. in the absence ofjofra archer, england needed a bowling star. craig brown suite defy them.
england did not have time for bad luck, their only choice was hard work. stokes. mistake, that we'd gone for 75. england needed more. late afternoon archer was seen in the practice room preparing. brookes lbw. black was clean bowled. you wait hours for the match to change and then suddenly this. chris woakes dismissed jason holder but west indies glided past 270. no follow—on, england have to bat again. with butler. 219 ahead, more needed in the morning. henry moeran is inside the bio—bubble for us at old trafford. what do england need to do in the morning? they have to score runs quickly, build that lead quickly and get bowling again, they need ten west indies wickets to force a victory.
we are in this situation because of the weather yesterday when a whole day was washed away. so this matches been contracted and the pressure for england has been increased. we saw jos buttler and ben stokes marching out to start the batting, really going for it, trying to score runs quickly but in the end butler fell without scoring, zach railey fell $0011 without scoring, zach railey fell soon after. but they will fancy they can get the sort of lead that they could defend. if it all looks likely, how much will england have an eye on the third and final test? absolutely. they will be looking to draw the series. they will also be keeping an ion the weather forecast because it may be sunny in manchester but next weekend looks farfrom ideal, they will be thinking that they need to get the job done in this test match and what
pa rt job done in this test match and what part the weather will play next weekend. if west indies can get out of this with a draw, they convey teen the wisdom trophy which is the trophy they compete for. plenty riding on tomorrow, england will be hoping they can get the job done and they had —— hidden to last match with the series level. it's the second fa cup semifinal of the weekend, chelsea are playing manchester united at wembley. they kicked off at wembley at just after six o'clock and it's been going very well for chelsea , olivier giroux put them ahead just before half—time. oon after the break brandon williams gave the ball away to mason mount who made it two nil when david de gea fumbled his shot into the goal. and a few minutes ago, antonio rudiger added another to make it 3—0. there's less than a quarter of an hour of normal time left. the winners will play
arsenal in the final. that game is live on bbc one right now. both managers were hoping to get to wembley and it now looks like it will be chelsea who gets there. just over ten minutes before full—time. two dreadful mistakes from davidge here. he will be hoping roy keane is not watching. bournemouth are on the verge of relegation after they were beaten 2—0 at home by southampton in the south coast derby. defeat means they could be relegated before theirfinal game, if watford take a point from their match on tuesday. austin halewood reports. first came the promotions then came premier league security. the eddie howe years probably bournemouth‘s most successful but if they wanted to survive this year, it was now 01’ never.
against southampton they started strong. josh king creating the best chance in the first half. but the visitors have danny ings in their ranks and he has been on fire this season. a first chance and of course a first goal. bournemouth with a mountain to climb. their fans are desperate for someone to put their hands up and take control but not that way. harry wilson handling the ball in the box, penalty. a sure—fire goal for danny ings? not quite. bournemouth thrown a lifeline. and in injury time it paid off. sam sturridge with a huge goalfor the home side. but was it? callum wilson spotted offside by var. and to add insult to injury. a winning goalfor che a winning goal for che adams, heartbreak. we have to believe it is possible, it is very difficult for us now.
it is not going to be a nice feeling or a nice week for us. so bournemouth‘s fate is out of their hands, their premier league status hanging by a thread. bbc sport understands that watford have sacked nigel pearson withjust two matches remaining. he's the third manager to be sacked by the club this season. watford are just above the relegation zone in 17th place with matches against manchester city and arsenal still to be played. pearson was appointed in december last year, replacing quique sanchez flores, who had taken over from javi gracia. the sacking comes after the club's defeat to west ham on friday. two goals from harry kane helped tottenham to a 3—0 victory at home over leicester. it means brendan rogers' side are clinging on to their champions league spot for dear life. ben croucher reports. one team with two sets of fans. jose mourinho would help out his old employers with a win.
just six minutes and son squeezed in — an own goal. even the moments leicester look like a winning side were thwarted by spurs but what was up must come down. as leicester hunted for an equaliser they were slow to get back. harry kane showed son just how to finish off an attack. just the corner to aim for, target acquired. tottenham's third goal was greeted as warmly in manchester as london. that last champions league spot could come down to goal difference. the main difference here was hugo lloris, leicester's race this afternoon was run. this season, they will have one more chance next sunday at home against manchester united. in the championship, the title winners leeds travelled to derby county and won 3—1. leeds were 2—1 up when derby's matt clarke stuck out a leg and put the ball into his own net.
derby were already unable to reach the play—offs. in the other championship match, barnsley have escaped relegation for now after scoring in the 94th minute against nottingham forest. patrick schmidt keeping their championship survival hopes alive with a 1—0 win. a point for nottingham forest would have secured a play—off place. it was an impressive display from lewis hamilton at the hungarian grand prix — leading from start to finish. his victory moves him to the top of the formula 1 world championship. the six—time world champion finshed ahead of max verstappen, who came second, despite crashing on the warm—up lap. adam wild reports. so often in formula one yourfate owes much to your position on the starting grid. but in hungary, for some just getting there was proving problematic. this was red bull's max verstappen crashing on the way to the start.
up front in pole position once more lewis hamilton leading the way is his speciality. ahead from the start, a lead that would only grow. despite an early pit—stop reshuffle of the chasing pack. perhaps amazingly, it was verstappen who dealt with it best, emerging in second. his pre—race crash behind him, but now so was championship leader valtteri bottas. but way out front, lewis hamilton. no—one could get close. get in there, lewis. absolute masterclass, mate. untroubled, unchallenged in hungary, he is unbeatable. adam wild, bbc news. as usual hamilton didn't claim all the glory for himself and was quick to praise his team for their support which was crucial in helping him get a bonus point for the fastest lap of the race, which was a new lap record at the hungaroring. whilst i was on my own for the race,
it was just a different kind of challenge. of course we had great pace. couldn't have done it without these great guys i'm working with. great pit stops. great strategy. right at the end, i was managing those mediums for a long time and it was perfect to get on a fresh tyre and get the extra point. there was no such joy for motogp world champion marc marquez. his return to action at the opening race of the season atjerez in spain ended in this crash. the spaniard broke his arm and will have surgery on it on tuesday. france's fabio ouartararo won the race. britain's cal crutchlow missed the race after crashing in this morning's practice. just a few minutes left at wembley.
there has been a goal, it has gone to manchester united after a penalty. marcel got broke down in the box. the minutes remaining could bea the box. the minutes remaining could be a big ask but you never know. at the moment, it looks like chelsea who are on their way to the wembley final of the fa cup. they would meet arsenal. they would meet arsenal. it's live on bbc one right now... that's all from sportsday. goodbye. hello, the cloud and rain finally clears in the south—east, ridge of high pressure is building. it is looking mainly fine for the next couple of days. a few showers continuing overnight towards north—west scotland but mostly will be dry, clear and unusually cool as city
temperatures drop down into single figures. there will be quite a bit of sunshine as we start the day tomorrow. still strong sunshine out there, some patchy cloud developing just like today, a few of the showers in scotland with one or two heavy ones during the day, a lot of them to the north of the central belt. you might catch one in northern ireland and northern england in the afternoon. winds are a little breezy. temperatures just around average, a few places getting into the low 20s. not much warmer as we go through the week ahead.
uighurs this is bbc news the headlines at 8pm. china denies an accusation by foreign secretary dominic raab that its carrying out human rights abuses against its uighur minority. can i ask you why people are kneeling, blindfolded and shaven and being led to trains in modern china? why? what is going on there? i do not know where you get this video tape. it is deeply, deeply troubling. and the reports on the human aspect of it, from forced sterilisation to re—education camps, are reminiscent of something we have not seen for a long, long time. president trump has defended his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, telling fox news that the us has the lowest mortality rate in the world.