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about staff training and tributes from across the music industry for taylor hawkins, the drummer with the rock band the foo fighters who has died at the age of 50. now it's time for sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday — i'm gavin ramjaun. england are back at wembley — and they beat switzerland with new faces on the pitch tonight, looking to play a part in their world cup plans. frustration with the ball, more fragility with the bat. england's cricketers collapse again and face defeat against the west indies. and a shock for lewis hamilton — he was on pole four months back in saudi arabia. today — he fails to make the mark in qualifying. england run riot in edinburgh. the women's six nations champions get off to a flier against scotland.
hello there and welcome to the programme. it was experimental line up for gareth southgate tonight — in england's first match of the year at wembley. they came from behind to win their friendly with switzerland. our reporter alex howell is there for us. alex bring us to speed with how the game went? england back at wembley after such a long time away? alex, if you can hear me in the studio it is gavin testing the line to you. can you tell us how the game went tonight? not sure alex can hear
is at the moment. we will try and get back to alex at wembley to get more on that game for england. harry kane got a second goal but we will get the lowdown a bit later on in the show. let's move on. in international football and republic of ireland scored a late equaliser to hold world no.i side belgium to a 2—all draw in dublin. the visitors took the lead twice throughout the match, hans vanaken's header found it's way to the back of the net off seamus coleman to make it 2—1. but substitute alan browne came off the bench and netted home a powerful header to bring the hosts level late into the second half. it's a busy weekend in the women's super league. chelsea can go top tomorrow, with a win over leicester. and earlier today, aston villa drew i—all with reading. and in the scottish women's premier league, third placed celtic hammered hibernian 4—0, to keep the pressure on at the top. the match was played at celtic park. clarissa larisey, and olivia chance with the opening two goals.
england's cricketers are facing defeat in their third and deciding test against the west indies in grenada. the west indies built a first innings lead of 93 thanks largely to a century from joshua da silva. england then collapsed to 39 for 4 in their second innings. it is now 60—4. patrick gearey reports. drum roll for the day that could decide the test and the series. england missed the cue — the plan was to take the last two west indies wickets quickly but instead it took them all morning and cost them 65 runs. in the processjosh desilva made his first test 100 and england lost control of the match. joe root in the end brought himself on to get the job done but by then england were 93 runs behind, a number that brings pressure. when england are batting we know what pressure brings. zak crawley out. now west indies brought
on kyle mayers, the stalker ofjoe root in his nightmares. twice in the match he got him — by international standards he is no express train but he has become a stopping service. dan lawrence terminated, the look said it all. one of those days, another one of those days. ben stokes the next to go. england four down and still behind and they promised to reset but so far have only found the off button. the score currently 41—4 at the moment. we can go back to wembley now for more on that england win. no, apologies. we are going to talk about formula i. beg your pardon, we are going to the football. alex, bring us up to speed? some new faces for england? new bring us up to speed? some new faces for england?— for england? new faces, it was a friendly and _ for england? new faces, it was a friendly and did _ for england? new faces, it was a friendly and did feel _ for england? new faces, it was a friendly and did feel like -
for england? new faces, it was a friendly and did feel like that, i for england? new faces, it was a friendly and did feel like that, al friendly and did feel like that, a bit of a flat match in switzerland took the lead with a headerjust after 20 minutes to put them in front. luke shaw equalised from a conor gallagher pass just before half—time and then harry kane scored from the penalty spot. that took him to his 49th goal for england so moving further up that chart. and then in the second half the england players came out without their names on the back of the shirt to raise awareness for those living with dementia. 900,000 people living with the condition in the country so you could feel, you can fill wembley ten times over. it was revealed last year that manager gareth southgate is taking part in a dementia study so we definitely would have been involved with that. ﬁnd so we definitely would have been involved with that.— so we definitely would have been involved with that. and some new names in the _ involved with that. and some new
names in the squad _ involved with that. and some new names in the squad potentially i involved with that. and some new| names in the squad potentially for the world cup, who stood out? ielaine the world cup, who stood out? claire walker- peters _ the world cup, who stood out? claire walker- peters started _ the world cup, who stood out? it: e: walker— peters started tonight, mark walker—peters started tonight, mark kay from crystal palace and tyrick mitchell came off the bench left back for the kyle walker—peters came offjust back for the kyle walker—peters came off just after back for the kyle walker—peters came offjust after an hour and harry kane said in his press conference this week that this would be a time for the players to try new things. and to test things out before the world cup next year., this year. there are just seven matches after this one before the team selected so this one before the team selected so this would have been a game for gareth southgate to have a look and try something new tactically and he would say i think he has learnt a lot about these new players. alex, thank ou lot about these new players. alex, thank you very _ lot about these new players. alex, thank you very much. _ lot about these new players. alex, thank you very much. we - lot about these new players. alex, thank you very much. we got - lot about these new players. alex, thank you very much. we got there eventually! to a rather eventful saudi arabia grand prix weekend now. lewis hamilton — who was so dominant there last season when it was held in december — will start further down the grid for the race tomorrow.
the seven—times champion was eliminated in the first round of qualifying today — a shock for him. his worst performance without a penalty or crash in more than 10 years. the race takes place amid the backdrop of the missile strike yesterday at a nearby oil station. nick parrott has more. it was feared this weekend will be remembered for the missile strike on a nearby oilfacility remembered for the missile strike on a nearby oil facility that left formula i wondering if they should stay or leave early. the reassurance they needed was given on the show went on. qualifying is not always a memorable event but this will be hard to forget. especially for mick schumacher. some feel the circuit is too dangerous unfortunately the cars this year are stronger than ever. despite the ferocity of the impact, the son of michael schumacher seemed 0k. the son of michael schumacher seemed ok. you can see him chatting from a stretcher before being airlifted to hospital for further assessment. another shock was lewis hamilton finishing 16th. he claimed pole position herejust four finishing 16th. he claimed pole position here just four months ago but this was his worst qualifying
thatis but this was his worst qualifying that is not involved a crasher penalty since 2009. his mercedes team—mate george russell will start from sixth. but the best surprise was not last when perez claimed the first pole position of his career ahead of the ferrari cars and his red bull team—mate max verstappen. england got the women's six nations underway with a hammering of scotland earlier. the number one ranked side, and six nations champions made it 19 wins in a row — with victory in edinburgh this lunchtime. the red roses scoring nine tries, in a 57—5 win. as jo currie reports. in a world cup year and seven months out from the tournament, the perfect chance to see who is in form. marley packer bulldozed her way across the line. england went over again before scotland sprang into life with clinical passing.
the home crowd had something to cheer. again before this piece of magic from abbie tao. full—time professional england just to good against their amateur opponents as they went into half—time six tries to the good. after the break scotland pounced on a loose ball only for a review to rule it out. no such problems at the other end, under the post to increase the england lead. packer, now the veteran of the squad, wrapping up the afternoon with her third try of the game. england beginning the defence of the title with a comfortable victory. nice to get on the scoreline but i could not do it without the rest of the team behind me. fantastic performance today and i'm super proud. quite fitting for my 80th cap and mother's day tomorrow. england were devastating and dominating and they will look
to continue when they travel to italy next weekend. for scotland they will know that there is plenty to build on when they face wales next. meanwhile in dublin, wales forced a late comeback to win their first women's six nations match since 2019 — ireland held the lead for the majority of the match but two tries in the final 10 minutes, including this from hannah jones, sealed the victory for wales. the last time the two sides met ireland ran out as—nil victors. on to premiership rugby and saracens have closed the gap on premiership leaders leicester to 8 points, after narrowly beating bristol 27—23 at the tottenham hotspur stadium. max malins gave the home side a slender lead at the start of the second—half to give saracens some breathing room, but the visitors thought the match was won with jack bates' last minute—try, however the effort was ruled out for a forward pass by the tmo. bristol are now winless in thier last three outings, whilst saracens have claimed victory in their last three. castleford tigers thrashed leeds rhinos by a0 points to 16 in the third round of rugby league's challenge cup.
the tigers — last year's beaten finallists — raced to a 28 nil lead by the break and although leeds fought back the damage was done. greg eden with his side's final try of the afternoon. well elsewhere today in the challenge cup — wins for hull fc and st helens, catalans dragons and hull kr — who survived a late scare against leigh centurions to reach the last eight. andy murray has been beaten by number one seed daniil medvedev in the second round of the miami open. the 3a year old lost in straight sets. the three—time grand slam winner has not won back—to—back matches since the sydney classic injanuary. and heather watson has been knocked out of the women's competition in the third round. she lost in straight sets to number 22 seed belinda bencic of switzerland. let's have a quick look at some of the other stories making headlines today. kolkata knight riders won the opening match of a new ipl season by 6 wickets over chennai super kings. chasing 132 for the win, ajinkya rahane hit a brilliant 44 before skipper shreyas iyer scored an unbeaten 20 to get them over the line.
49 year old richard bland's fairytale run at the wgc matchplay in texas is over. he was beaten by dustinjohnson — the two time major winner. bland was leading at one point. world number onejohn rahm, and second ranked collin morikawa also went out. richard carapaz timed his attack to perfection as he snatched victory from sergio higuita on the penultimate stage of the tour of catalunya in spain. it moved the ecuadorian who rides for the british ineos grenadiers team up to second overall, just sixteen seconds behind the colombian higuita. josh warrington says he has an opportunity "to be the man again" and reclaim his ibf featherweight title, when he takes on spain's kiko martinez in leeds later this evening. the 31—year—old, who made three defences of the belt between 2018 and 2019, will be fighting in front of a home crowd at the first direct arena. warrington beat martinez in a close points decision at the same venue in 2017,
but is coming off a loss and a draw in his two previous fights. it has not been a case of this is the big ibf world title. i know for some people that is the motivation but i know he will bring a tough fight but instead of me getting worked up mentally ijust train hard and train hard and when the night comes be ready and go do the business and win the fight. that's all from sportsday. quick update on the cricket, england and the west indies and they are 62-4 and the west indies and they are 62—11 for the minute trailing by 31 runs so not so good for england at the moment. catch up with all that on the bbc sport website. we will see you soon.
and we will have a full round—up of the news in the next hour but first the news in the next hour but first the film review with jane hill and mark kermode. hello, and a very warm welcome to the film review on bbc news. i'mjane hill, and taking us through this week's releases as ever is mark kermode. hi, mark, what have you been watching? it's a real globe—trotting programme. we have the worst person in the world, which is a norwegian film that was a cannes prize winner. come back to the us. we have ambulance, the new film by michael bay, set in los angeles. and the south korean thriller, escape from mogadishu. the worst person in the world. yes, now you've seen this as well, which i'm excited to know what you think. so directed byjoachim trier, rave