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changes but they bring some of the changes that you've mentioned, so they slow the flow of water through the catchment, but they've also been shown to improve water quality and they create a real variety of habitat, which is a real benefit for other species.— other species. last time i was on the estate _ other species. last time i was on the estate with _ other species. last time i was on the estate with the _ other species. last time i was on the estate with the then - other species. last time i was on | the estate with the then chairman other species. last time i was on . the estate with the then chairman of the estate with the then chairman of the national trust, she will talk about the efforts and we were being shown efforts were being made to try and improve drainage for agricultural land. there is a real issue for highland like exmoor when you talk about, if we are going to see a warming climate, the consequences include heavier rainfall, more prolonged rainfall, and it was only 70 years ago down the road from where you are now that the road from where you are now that the village of lynemouth was wiped out because of burst rivers that had been blocked for so long and then the water burst through from the two rivers and the destruction was terrifying. rivers and the destruction was terri inc. , rivers and the destruction was terrifying-— rivers and the destruction was terri in. , .,, ., ., terrifying. yes, it was all about developing _ terrifying. yes, it was all about
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developing resilience _ terrifying. yes, it was all about developing resilience for - terrifying. yes, it was all about developing resilience for that l terrifying. yes, it was all about - developing resilience for that more extreme weather we are going to see, and is notjust the wetter weather, is the drier weather as well, so we are lucky to have funding from the enrolment agency, somerset rivers authority, european funding, and it's about developing resilience in river catchment, for extreme weather, not just river catchment, for extreme weather, notjust wet but prolonged dryer, hot spells as well, so it's about how we hold water in the landscape. at the moment we drain water, but how do hold it and reconnect that water with the surrounding landscape? beavers do that for us. they are a remarkable animal and rashford is doing really well. high. it's been a warm sunny day for most of us but things are changing overnight from the southwest. were getting more cloud developing here, that's can lead to showers though it could move further
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north into parts of wales and the midlands. it's mainly going to be southern england that either way. it could be quite heavy and potentially even thundery downpours. further north the uk, it's drier, clearer spells and clear skies could mean a chillier start due tomorrow in scotland. even by the morning that could be showers as far north as northern ireland and southwest scotland. the heavy ones we start with an southern england, those will tend to move away and generally we will see the showers developing and moving northwards through the day. perhaps northern scotland missing the showers. we should get more sunshine arriving across much of wales, the midlands in southern england. a warm day once again here. some showers for the north end with the breeze picking up it's likely to be a bit cooler around some girl seacoast but there's more potentially heavy rain in the forecast on monday. goodbye. welcome back this is bbc news arm
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chalet with the headlines. fenland tells plans to join nato saying the is altered fenland security situation. representatives are joining nato foreigners in germany right now. russian troops according to the mayor says that heading back to the border. the town has been under constant bombardment since the invasion began. both sides say it's unclear whether the war will end. translation: the collective west has l declared total hybrid war on us and l it's hard to predict how long this will last but it's clear the consequences will be felt by everyone. a ban on buy one—get—one free deals on unhealthy food in england is to be put on hold for a year. a former health minister warns that it undermines the country's commitment to healthy living. excitement is building ahead of the eurovision final in turin —
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with uk hopes pinned on sam ryder and his track space man. and it's chelsea against liverpool in the fa cup final. it's 0—0 with just minutes left on the clock, we'll have the latest from wembley in sportsday coming up next. now on bbc news it's time for sportsday. coming up on two nights program. can chelsea or liverpool ripped the deadlock? we bring you the latest from the fa cup final. champions of scotland once again.
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celtic celebrate their 52nd league title with a demolition of motherwell. and leinster march onto the final as they aim for a record equalling fifth european cup. hello and welcome to sportsday. only one place to start — that's at wembley and the fa cup final, after nearly 90 minutes it's still goaless. neither team seemed able to find the net. are we heading for extra time in anotherfinal between thses two side? 0ur reporter ben croucher has been watching and joins us now. from watching and joins us now. what i've watched so fa ha rd from what i've watched so far it's hard to understand weather hasn't been a goal. it’s
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hard to understand weather hasn't been a goal-— hard to understand weather hasn't been a goal. it's been an intriguing came. been a goal. it's been an intriguing game- not — been a goal. it's been an intriguing game- not a _ been a goal. it's been an intriguing game. not a classic _ been a goal. it's been an intriguing game. not a classic by _ been a goal. it's been an intriguing game. not a classic by any - game. not a classic by any means. both teams have had plenty of chances but i don't think you could really say that anyone deserves ahead. there's nothing to clear cut. maybe it's not necessarily a surprise that it's goal is because the league cup final between these two teams was goalless when all the way to penalties and liverpool ended up winning and of course you've got half or two in this game because he has a hamstring injury mo salah went off in the first as well. they have two with the best defences at the same time the best defences at the same time the best chances of the game for liverpool to fall into d is eight minutes into this game, he was looking very lively, put through after a wonderful through ball. all sorts of problem in the chelsea events early on, couldn't capitalize, a fine save and they scrambled the ball away. the start of the second half, pretty much the opposite. because chelsea came into the game had a shot safe and then along say, this freak kick from a
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slightly acute angle gets glancing skimming the crossbar, not quite clattering. that is the closest that chelsea have come up with him in the second half liverpool have grown and grown and grown into the second half put up diaz going close again hitting the outside of a post with that effort there. robertsons also hit close, diaz has just gone close in stoppage time we are in the last of three minutes of stoppage time now. go of three minutes of stoppage time now. , ., ., ., ., now. go live to the game right now as we enter — now. go live to the game right now as we enter the _ now. go live to the game right now as we enter the final— now. go live to the game right now as we enter the final seconds of. as we enter the final seconds of this game. a lot of people before had predicted this, a lot of people said this was going to happen, we were getting a new into extra time potentially penalties. we were getting a new into extra time potentially penalties.— potentially penalties. we do have some real attacking _ potentially penalties. we do have some real attacking talent - potentially penalties. we do have some real attacking talent on - potentially penalties. we do have l some real attacking talent on show but we do also have two of the best defences in england. it's not a great surprise, chelsea setting up with the back 3, chalobah was a
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surprise selection as well. they cancelled each other out really but for a neutral you might say is look, were known extra time and penalties, or get a get our moneys worth. of course liverpool chasing the quadruple has been talking probably did not premier league and of course the champions league. here did not premier league and of course the champions league.— did not premier league and of course the champions league. here we go. we are into extra — the champions league. here we go. we are into extra time _ the champions league. here we go. we are into extra time you _ the champions league. here we go. we are into extra time you see _ the champions league. here we go. we are into extra time you see luis - are into extra time you see luis diaz there, his head hanging down, robinson as well. it came so close, they must be so frustrated. there's just so much at stake for both the sides. you mentioned liverpool on course with the quadruple, it's hard to believe at this point with the way things are going with the premier league watching this now, potentially if they didn't win the fa cup they could be walking away from the season with maybe just delete it if the champions league doesn't go their way. that delete it if the champions league doesn't go their way.— doesn't go their way. that is very ossible. doesn't go their way. that is very possible- as _ doesn't go their way. that is very possible- as a — doesn't go their way. that is very possible. as a plot _ doesn't go their way. that is very possible. as a plot to _ doesn't go their way. that is very possible. as a plot to this - doesn't go their way. that is very possible. as a plot to this is - possible. as a plot to this is the relationship and the rivalry between you're in club and thomas to go, the opposing managers whoever wins this
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i. opposing managers whoever wins this i, the first german to win the fa cup. plenty of subplots in this one ——juergen klopp. we cup. plenty of subplots in this one -- juergen klem— -- juergen klopp. we will see a little bit later— -- juergen klopp. we will see a little bit later on. _ -- juergen klopp. we will see a little bit later on. hopefully - -- juergen klopp. we will see a little bit later on. hopefully we | little bit later on. hopefully we will have a go by then. figures cross. three days after claiming the scottish premiership title once again, celtic finished the season out in style with a comprehensive six nil victory over motherwell. an opportunity then to enjoy their moment at celtic park in front of the home fans, ending their premiership campaign with a 32—game unbeaten streak. craig templeton reports. cheering. the countdown is over after grasping the league title on wednesday. now celtic and all the trophy aloft. we wednesday. now celtic and all the trephy aloft-— trophy aloft. we kind of get a lot of rewards _ trophy aloft. we kind of get a lot of rewards for _ trophy aloft. we kind of get a lot of rewards for what _ trophy aloft. we kind of get a lot of rewards for what we do. - trophy aloft. we kind of get a lot l of rewards for what we do. there's a lot of pressures to it too. it's special, this is... you can explain just what it means. notjust from
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celtic i look around what it means to people and the joy would been able to give them this year. it stays with you forever. it able to give them this year. it stays with you forever.- able to give them this year. it stays with you forever. it was a welcome _ stays with you forever. it was a welcome fit — stays with you forever. it was a welcome fit for _ stays with you forever. it was a welcome fit for a _ stays with you forever. it was a welcome fit for a champions, l stays with you forever. it was a welcome fit for a champions, a j stays with you forever. it was a - welcome fit for a champions, a guard of honourfrom welcome fit for a champions, a guard of honour from motherwell as you'll never walk alone running around in celtic park. the fans were about to get some sendoff was up get the ball rolling capping off a fine for a season with the opening goal. made it to you and then he'll go produce moment of brilliance putting celtic of 3—0 before halftime. 0ut moment of brilliance putting celtic of 3—0 before halftime. out of the fourth in an emotional moment for celtic fans will never forget. tom rogers it says goodbye after nearly a decade. you could say that the celtic fans were in a buoyant mood, well, they're about to go head over heels as a bicycle kick made it 5—0. an injury time scored again to make it six of the best. season celtic simply better than the rest.
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elswhere, rangers tuned up for one of the biggest weeks in their history with a 3—1 win at hearts. rangers take on frankfurt in the europa league final on wednesday. dundee united's win at ross county secured fourth place and prompted a pitch invasion. united gain entry to the europa conference league qualification at the third round stage. mark mcghee will not continue as dundee manager after the club was relegated, dundee will finish the season bottom after stjohnstone sealed the relegation play—off spot. mcghee suggested yesterday he was keen to stay, but dundee have have "agreed not to renew" his contract. nottingahm forest will have the advantage going into their the second leg of their play—off semi—final against sheffield united after winning 2—1 this afternoon. the visitors were just two minutes away from leaving sheffield with a richly deserved two—goal lead but sander berg managed to pull one back in the 91st minute
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to give the blades hope. drew savage reports. neither side will be completely happy but for gave their fans more to cheer about. they dominated the first half, slicing through the blades defence time after time. fotheringham blocks the shot but not the follow—up. this was sheffield united to response, egan on the end of a corner and sam's storage in his way. with betterfinishing forest could've wrap this up i have time. chance after chance, they couldn't find a way past bartering him. john egan was caught napping with 20 minutes ago. this time, johnson wasn't going to miss. forrest in control until injury time, want last
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year and i keep from sheffield united and popped up to give them hope and something to play for in the second leg on tuesday night. now to rugby union and leinster are through to the champions cup final. they sealed a comfortable a0—i7 win over holders toulouse in dublin. leinster will be aiming for a first champions cup trophy since 2018 when they take on the winners of tomorrow's match between racing 92 and la rochelle on the 28th of may. reginaldo rosario reports. a blockbuster clash of european royalty in the dublin sunshine, between them leinster and toulouse of 19 champion cup at a frantic start saw leinster strike ist. but things can change in a matter of seconds. the defending champions leading against the run of play. leinster is relentless pressure even initially told. two tries in the five minute span, the second a flowing effort finish off saw them lead 23—10 at the break. there was
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no let up from leinster, johnny sexton pulling the strings for the second tie of the day and is tenth in europe this season. time was running out onto loses rain. a flicker of hope with 15 minutes remaining. it was a mere consolation though, it you can delete back hugo kenyans last minute try the cherry on top for leinster earning themselves an opportunity to win a fifth champions cup in marseille where racing 92 or at lower shall await. wasps were beaten 20—18 by lyon in their european challenge cup semi—final. wasps had led at the break after scrum—half dan robson's try but the french side proved too strong, two converted tries seeing them through despite a late fightback, denying wasps the chance of a first european final in 15 years. the other semi—final between saracens and toulon kicks off injust under an hour.
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exeter have secured a home—fixture in the women's premier 15 play—off semi—finals against bristol, who they beat 29—26 at sandy park. bristol knew a win would see them clinch a home—tie in the semi—finals, and led in the second half but this try from kate zackary helped turn things around for the hosts, who went on to claim their narrow win. just wondering game and rugby league. catalans third in the table this morning and third tour warranting walls with warranting responded to an early cattle and penalty day by working the ball out on the wing to put the english side ahead. the catalans came back to find ben davies in space to go over in the corner. in the second half mitchell pierce wriggled his way through to eventually given by the video rev. and sam tompkins
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converted it. catalans and out 22 — eight ahead with just over five to go. stefanos tsitsipas is through to the rome 0pen final for the first time, beating alexander zverev, he overcame what was a perfect start from zverev to win 4—6, 6—3, 6—3, to reach a fifth masters final, and his fourth on clay. tsitsipas will face the winner of the second semi—final between novak djokovic and casper ruud which is getting underway in the next few minutes. in the women's draw, defending champion iga swiatek is through to the final, extending her unbeaten run to 27 matches with a straight sets win over aryna sabalenka. swiatek produced a clinical performance, breaking sabalenka's serve six times on her way to a 6—2, 6—1 victory. the world number one also has the chance to make it five straight tournament wins after victories in doha, indian wells, miami and stuttgart.
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and swiatek will face 0ns jabeur in the final tomorrow, the tunisian beating daria kasatkina in three sets. jabeur has won her last 11 matches and also became the first arab or african woman to win a wta 1000 title in madrid last week. let's have a quick look at some of the other stories making the sports news today... spain'sjuan pedro lopez has kept the lead at the giro d'italia after a four—man breakaway group battled it out to win stage 8. belgian rider thomas de gendt took the honours at the finish in naples — ten years after he first won a giro stage. italian francesco bagnaia made it back—to—back moto gp poles with top spot in french gp qualifying. he set a two—wheeled track record at le mans. his ducatti teammate jack miler grabbed second spot — aprilia's aleix espargaro starts third ahead of tomorrow's race.
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edoardo mortara won round 7 of the formula e world championship in berlin. the driver for venturi racing finished ahead ofjean—eric vergne in second and third—placed stoffel vandoorne. and it's also been announced that mclaren will have a team in formula e for 2023. now, he's more used to being in the driving seat of the world's most prestigious racing cars, but four—time formula one champion, sebastian vettel, this week made a surprise visit to a prison, to open a motor workshop for young offenders. it's hoped the mechanics course at feltham young offenders institute in west london, could help inmates leave with the skills they need to get a job. celestina 0lulode reports. he isa he is a world champion turned coach.
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but formula 1 wasn't the days main focus. i but formula 1 wasn't the days main focus. ~' u, , , but formula 1 wasn't the days main focus. ~ u, , , ., focus. i think life can be very fair but it can — focus. i think life can be very fair but it can also _ focus. i think life can be very fair but it can also be _ focus. i think life can be very fair but it can also be unfair - focus. i think life can be very fair but it can also be unfair and - focus. i think life can be very fair but it can also be unfair and i - but it can also be unfair and i think the most important thing is that we all get a second chance in life. and we need to find something that sparks our passion or interest and obviously, that was the idea with the garage here.— and obviously, that was the idea with the garage here. standing on odiums with the garage here. standing on podium and _ with the garage here. standing on podiums and raising _ with the garage here. standing on podiums and raising trophies - with the garage here. standing on podiums and raising trophies is i with the garage here. standing on i podiums and raising trophies is what this four times formula 1 champion is known for. but sebastian battle is known for. but sebastian battle is at this young offenders institution talking of second chances and changing lanes. for me of course, chances and changing lanes. for me of course. i — chances and changing lanes. for me of course, i love _ chances and changing lanes. for me of course, i love racing. _ chances and changing lanes. for me of course, i love racing. i— chances and changing lanes. for me of course, i love racing. i racing - of course, i love racing. i racing at the same time stands for so much more. —— battle. it's working in a team, working together trying to improve and the same thing you can say about here, you are not going to fix this thing on your own life but it's much more fun if you it together. and some people are really good at fixing, other people are
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really good at coordinating people into groups. there is lots of skill sets that can be found just here in this small place, i think that's the key to give room, literally for them to come together and experience working together. and from there set off hopefully a great path of their life. . ., , ., , off hopefully a great path of their life. _, , .,, ., ., off hopefully a great path of their life. , ., ., ., ., life. the course last for one to two months and _ life. the course last for one to two months and during _ life. the course last for one to two months and during that _ life. the course last for one to two months and during that time - months and during that time offenders will learn essential skills like fixing tires and engines and how to serve as a car. all vital skills to help them find work once they leave. skills to help them find work once they leave-— skills to help them find work once they leave. skills to help them find work once the leave. , ., , , ., ., they leave. obviously, coming out of rison they leave. obviously, coming out of prison were — they leave. obviously, coming out of prison were all _ they leave. obviously, coming out of prison were all can _ they leave. obviously, coming out of prison were all can have _ they leave. obviously, coming out of prison were all can have criminal- prison were all can have criminal records — prison were all can have criminal records and _ prison were all can have criminal records and that could affect us getting — records and that could affect us getting employed but being a mechanic is to open a door for us to being _ mechanic is to open a door for us to being employed and living a crime free life _ being employed and living a crime free life. ~ ., ., , being employed and living a crime free life. ~ . ., , ~ being employed and living a crime free life. ~ . ,, ., free life. what was it like today's meetinu free life. what was it like today's meeting sebastian? _ free life. what was it like today's meeting sebastian? very - meeting sebastian? very motivational, _ meeting sebastian? very motivational, very - meeting sebastian? very - motivational, very inspirational, is
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very interesting p to that person. i feel very interesting p to that person. feel like very interesting p to that person. i feel like some people are only good change _ feel like some people are only good change when — feel like some people are only good change when they're _ feel like some people are only good change when they're ready - feel like some people are only good change when they're ready to - feel like some people are only goodl change when they're ready to change themselves — change when they're ready to change themselves. they— change when they're ready to change themselves. they take _ change when they're ready to change themselves. they take all _ change when they're ready to change themselves. they take all the - change when they're ready to change themselves. they take all the help . themselves. they take all the help thrat's— themselves. they take all the help that's coming _ themselves. they take all the help that's coming and _ themselves. they take all the help that's coming and they _ themselves. they take all the help that's coming and they be - that's coming and they be open—minded _ that's coming and they be open—minded to- that's coming and they be open—minded to it - that's coming and they be open—minded to it i - that's coming and they be open—minded to it i feel. that's coming and they be - open—minded to it i feel like... you have _ open—minded to it i feel like... you have to _ open—minded to it i feel like... you have to make — open—minded to it i feel like... you have to make a _ open—minded to it i feel like... you have to make a mistake _ open—minded to it i feel like... you have to make a mistake to - open—minded to it i feel like... you have to make a mistake to fix - have to make a mistake to fix that mistake. _ have to make a mistake to fix that mistake. to — have to make a mistake to fix that mistake, to learn _ have to make a mistake to fix that mistake, to learn from _ have to make a mistake to fix that mistake, to learn from it. - have to make a mistake to fix that mistake, to learn from it. i- have to make a mistake to fix that mistake, to learn from it. i feel. mistake, to learn from it. i feel like. _ mistake, to learn from it. i feel like. if— mistake, to learn from it. i feel like. if you _ mistake, to learn from it. i feel like, if you make _ mistake, to learn from it. i feel like, if you make a _ mistake, to learn from it. i feel like, if you make a mistake - mistake, to learn from it. i feelj like, if you make a mistake this mistake, to learn from it. i feel. like, if you make a mistake this far and you _ like, if you make a mistake this far and you come _ like, if you make a mistake this far and you come to _ like, if you make a mistake this far and you come to prison, _ like, if you make a mistake this far and you come to prison, the - like, if you make a mistake this far and you come to prison, the young offenders — and you come to prison, the young offenders wherever— and you come to prison, the young offenders wherever you _ and you come to prison, the young offenders wherever you go - and you come to prison, the young offenders wherever you go it - and you come to prison, the young | offenders wherever you go it should be offenders wherever you go it should he a stepping — offenders wherever you go it should be a stepping stone _ offenders wherever you go it should be a stepping stone to _ offenders wherever you go it should be a stepping stone to your- offenders wherever you go it should be a stepping stone to your future l be a stepping stone to your future to show _ be a stepping stone to your future to show that — be a stepping stone to your future to show that you _ be a stepping stone to your future to show that you made _ be a stepping stone to your future to show that you made a - be a stepping stone to your future to show that you made a mistake. everyone — to show that you made a mistake. everyone makes— to show that you made a mistake. everyone makes mistakes- to show that you made a mistake. everyone makes mistakes it's - to show that you made a mistake. i everyone makes mistakes it's about what you _ everyone makes mistakes it's about what you do— everyone makes mistakes it's about what you do to _ everyone makes mistakes it's about what you do to learn _ everyone makes mistakes it's about what you do to learn from _ everyone makes mistakes it's about what you do to learn from that - what you do to learn from that mistake — what you do to learn from that mistake ht_ what you do to learn from that mistake. �* ,':,':' .,' ., mistake. at 3396 the reoffending rate at mistake. at 33% the reoffending rate at institutions _ mistake. at 33% the reoffending rate at institutions like _ mistake. at 33% the reoffending rate at institutions like these _ mistake. at 33% the reoffending rate at institutions like these has - at institutions like these has decreased but it is still high the government says getting offenders back to work is part of the solution. back to work is part of the solution-— solution. every one of the businesses _ solution. every one of the businesses that _ solution. every one of the businesses that i've - solution. every one of the i businesses that i've spoken solution. every one of the - businesses that i've spoken to, you taking that leap of faith and telling compared to the average but equal or not there just is there if not more employable, promotable and their dedication, their focus
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not more employable, promotable and their dedication, theirfocus is very high. in their dedication, their focus is very high-— their dedication, their focus is ve hirh. . , ., , , their dedication, their focus is ve hirh. . , ., , very high. in recent years parts of feltham have _ very high. in recent years parts of feltham have been _ very high. in recent years parts of feltham have been criticised - very high. in recent years parts of feltham have been criticised for. feltham have been criticised for high rates of violence. a report by the chief inspector of prisons last year noted that one in five children felt unsafe in the section housing on the 18th. at this training drive could be the path to change the direction of these young lives for good. now lets get back to football because the title race in italy is matching the drama of the englsh premier league this season. with two games to go, ac milan are top of serie a, just two points ahead of their city rivals inter. ac milan used to dominate italian football in the 90s but they haven't been league champions for 11 years. if results go their way on sunday, they could finally end that long wait to be crowned champions once more. john bennett in in milan ahead
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of their huge game against atalanta. enter nac at my lands iconic home which has seen it all and it's 96 years history. this feels like a special end to a season even by san siro standards. few people know more about ac milan former glory than club legend franco perez a. the success has weighed heavily on ac milan teams until now. translation: i think the team _ milan teams until now. translation: i think the team have _ milan teams until now. translation: i think the team have shown _ milan teams until now. translation: i think the team have shown that - i think the team have shown that they know how to manage the situation, the tension and responsibility. we know the great objective, the serie a title is still missing. there is positive conviction, this trust and awareness we can really reach what was until a few feet months ago in unexpected objective. it would be a joy for everyone. objective. it would be a 'oy for eve one. �*, ., , , everyone. it's not 'ust the locals were captivated — everyone. it's notjust the locals were captivated by _ everyone. it's notjust the locals were captivated by this - everyone. it's notjust the locals were captivated by this title - everyone. it's not just the localsl were captivated by this title race. for hundred and 50 ac milan fan clubs from all over the world have arrived for a chance to witness
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history on sunday including this group of supporters from indonesia. how confident are you that milan will win? if :: , , will win? oh, 10096. they will win. they always _ will win? oh, 10096. they will win. they always win. _ will win? oh, 10096. they will win. they always win, actually. - will win? oh, 10096. they will win. they always win, actually. ac - will win? oh, 10096. they will win. i they always win, actually. ac milan/ serie a trophy _ they always win, actually. ac milan/ serie a trophy is _ they always win, actually. ac milan/ serie a trophy is up _ they always win, actually. ac milan/ serie a trophy is up there, - they always win, actually. ac milan/ serie a trophy is up there, 111- serie a trophy is up there, 111 years ago. they are so close to adding another trophy to this collection for that the question is, can the current players hold their nerve? �* , . . can the current players hold their nerve? �* , ., ., . can the current players hold their nerve? �*, ., ., . , can the current players hold their nerve? . . , , nerve? it's a team which is very well read _ nerve? it's a team which is very well read to _ nerve? it's a team which is very well read to hold _ nerve? it's a team which is very well read to hold psychologicall well read to hold psychological pressure. but enter has the same kind of attitude so this makes the whole thing even more exciting and more interesting. —— inter. inter won't give up on defending their serie a title. the won't give up on defending their serie a title.— won't give up on defending their serie a title. the fans celebrating victo in serie a title. the fans celebrating victory in the _ serie a title. the fans celebrating victory in the copper _ serie a title. the fans celebrating victory in the copper final- serie a title. the fans celebrating victory in the copper final on - victory in the copper final on wednesday. a huge confidence boost on the league running. i still
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on the league running. i still believe. on the league running. i still believe- i— on the league running. i still believe. i hope _ on the league running. i still believe. i hope that - on the league running. i still believe. i hope that milan i on the league running. i still. believe. i hope that milan will stand — believe. i hope that milan will stand lry— believe. i hope that milan will stand by but as 83 fan i will believe _ stand by but as 83 fan i will believe until the end. the atmosphere _ believe until the end. the atmosphere could - believe until the end. tue: atmosphere could well believe until the end. t'ta: atmosphere could well be believe until the end. tta: atmosphere could well be as believe until the end. t'ta: atmosphere could well be as intense as it's ever been went milan take on atalanta. if they win and three drop points they could lift the trophy on sunday night. but this feels like a title race that deserves to go until the final day of the season. now, back to the fa cup and tomorrow it's the turn of the women. holders chelsea take on manchester city at wembley. it's the first time the two sides have met in the final, and both are targeting a fourth triumph, with city hoping to secure a domestic double having won the continental league cup in march. rhia chohan looks ahead to the match. the showpiece event of women's footballing will be played out by two teams who have had to pull everything out of the bag this
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season. a week ago holders chelsea became the first club and women super league history to win three titles in a row. absolutely spectacular! after a campaign of sheer grit and breathtaking audacity. sheer grit and breathtaking audaci . �* , sheer grit and breathtaking audaci . �*, . ., ., audacity. it's come around to the crunch game. — audacity. it's come around to the crunch game, semifinals, - audacity. it's come around to the crunch game, semifinals, we - audacity. it's come around to the l crunch game, semifinals, we coach really— crunch game, semifinals, we coach really well— crunch game, semifinals, we coach really well over the years. because the team _ really well over the years. because the team has been well prepared mentally— the team has been well prepared mentally for that. also because the dressing rooms unbelievable. where finding, _ dressing rooms unbelievable. where finding, just sustained success without— finding, just sustained success without also holding off on title celebrations despite the hangover to remain— celebrations despite the hangover to remain focus. celebrations despite the hangover to remain focus-— remain focus. because standing in the wa of remain focus. because standing in the way of their _ remain focus. because standing in the way of their domestic - remain focus. because standing in the way of their domestic hopes . remain focus. because standing in the way of their domestic hopes is remain focus. because standing in i the way of their domestic hopes is a side who sends the return of the year have shown terrific form with a 13 match winning run in all competitions. manchester city haven't been without their problems. a rocky start to the season and key players missing through injury. but they adapted and gained momentum and
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went on to win the league cup back in march. that's when they ended chelsea's unbeaten run of the year, add a champions league spot to their emphatic performances and they go to wembley with renewed confidence. than wembley with renewed confidence. in emotional moment for chloe kelly who scared max goes her first gold recovering from that horrific knee injury! taste recovering from that horrific knee in'u ! ~ , . recovering from that horrific knee in'u ! . , ., ., recovering from that horrific knee in'u ! ~ , . ., . injury! we start together and we alwa s injury! we start together and we always believe _ injury! we start together and we always believe that _ injury! we start together and we always believe that will - injury! we start together and we always believe that will qualify l injury! we start together and we i always believe that will qualify for champions league. to be in the fa cup final— champions league. to be in the fa cup final in— champions league. to be in the fa cup final in third place in the league — cup final in third place in the league that think no one really expected that other than ourselves. remarkably, given the pre—eminence of these two teams in the women's game, this will be the first time they go head—to—head in an fa cup final. and both will be hoping to get their grip on more silver. that's tomorrow. the matter of the day the fa cup final between liverpool and chelsea which is gone the extra time. it has been a match full of chances but neither side
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somehow denied to get the breakthrough just somehow denied to get the breakthroughjust yet. somehow denied to get the breakthrough just yet. liverpool which looked a cramp on mo salah also came off injured earlier in the second half. let's go to that game now which is live on bbc one, just a few seconds left in this half of extra time. 15 minutes for either side to get a goal. plenty on the line for both these teams of course liverpool still looking for that unprecedented quadrupole at chelsea. this could be potentially the only bit of silverware that they will win this season for the follow on bbc one. from all the team here on sports day it's goodbye for now. hello there. we are getting more car developing
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here and asking to lead to some showers that we could move further north into parts of wales and the midlands. it's mainly going to be southern england that see the rain. could be quite heavy and potentially even thundery downpours as well. further north across the uk it's always good to be drier, clearer spells and clear as god mean a chillier start to tomorrow in scotland. even by the morning there could be some showers as far north as northern ireland and southwest scotland. the heavier ones that we start with in southern england, those will tend to move away and generally we will see the show is developing and moving northwards through the day. perhaps northern scotland missing the showers and we should get more sunshine arriving across much of wales, the midlands and southern england. a warm day once again here. some showers for the north end with the breeze picking up it's likely to be a little bit cooler around north sea coast for the this more potentially heavy rain in the forecast on monday. goodbye.
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animal and rashford is doing really well. hello, i'm ben mundy. this is bbc news. the headlines at 7pm... vladimir putin tells finland it would be a "mistake" for the country to join nato. representatives of the miltary alliance are meeting in germany, with sweden and finland expected to apply for membership. this, as russian troops withdraw from ukraine's second biggest city, kharkiv, according to its mayor. it's been under constant bombardment since the invasion began. both sides say it's not clear when the war might end. translation: the west has declared total hybrid war on us and it's hard i to predict how long this will last but it's clear the consequences will be felt by everyone. a ban on buy one—get—one free deals on unhealthy food in england is to be put on hold for a year. a former health minister warns that it undermines the country's commitment to healthy living. i worry at its commitment to health disparities,

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