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w northwards, and the uk will creep northwards, and the uk will see temperatures above average by about 10 degrees by friday. 31 degrees across parts of the midlands, east anglia, the southeast, scotland and ireland always a bit cooler because through out this week, like tonight, weather fronts very close by, bringing cloud and rain at times. but it does mean tonight, these are where the mildest conditions will be, still a few spots of rain, isolated showers, mostly fading away. clearest skies across central and western england and wales, quite a fresh night, cooler than last night, down to four or 5 degrees. but here a good deal of sunshine to start with, sunny spells for much of the country, always more cloud in scotland and northern ireland tomorrow, the bulk of the showers across the highlands and islands, still quite breezy through the day, temperatures in the mid teens. across england and wales,
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temperatures creeping to the mid 20s to finish tuesday afternoon. there is a consequence, pollen levels have been high recently, and they will be very high again across england and wales through tomorrow, and indeed for wednesday. more cloud across western areas on wednesday, cloud still likely to bring showers to scotland, 27 will be the height by this stage, heat and humidity peaking on friday. that is all from us in this studio, because tomorrow we will be in our brand—new studio here at broadcasting house. in fact, brand—new studio here at broadcasting house. infact, huw edwards will be there tonight at ten for the first time. hello and welcome to sportsday. welcome along, thanks forjoining us this monday night.
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it's two weeks until the start of wimbledon and players are stepping up their preparations. a winning start forjack draper. coming up, harry kane gives us his take on england's lack of goals in the nation week match against hungary tomorrow. welcome along, thanks forjoining us this monday night. the tourists at the moment. next to the second test at trent bridge where england have spent most of the day trying to limit new zealand's lead. both sides hit over 500 in theirfirst innings. joe root with a magnificent 176.
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0ver over 500 in theirfirst over 500 in their first winnings beforejimmy anderson made history with the ball. patrick geary reports. joe root runs, words that are never far away from each other at the moment, especially on this flat pitch. where everything he touches, flies. if you can hit them there, you can hit them anyway. root out, out of nowhere. he scored 176. that only made him want more. with him went england's momentum. now new were daryl mitchell caught him. too late. ben foakes and 56 had come too far. england had lost direction. all out, still 1a runs behind, with the ball they needed to get things moving. that isjimmy anderson two genius. 650 test wicket. this would be about patients for england,
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waiting for new zealand mistakes. henry nicholls followed. doubts crept under black caps. even will young dithered over the 57th. he was out, england were in. tom blundell and daryl mitchell made big partnerships both in this test and the last. they threatened another but england had an idea. their plan came together. new zealand are more than 200 runs ahead but england keep taking wickets. a match that might have a final twist. game on. that is two weeks until the start of wimbledon. it's two weeks until the start of wimbledon and players are stepping up their preparations. a winning start forjack draper. coming up, harry kane gives us his take on a big question over andy murray's fitness. russell fullerjoins us
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now. a day of mixed fortune for british players. a, now. a day of mixed fortune for british maven-— now. a day of mixed fortune for british players. a disappointing day for cameron _ british players. a disappointing day for cameron norrie _ british players. a disappointing day for cameron norrie who _ british players. a disappointing day for cameron norrie who had a - british players. a disappointing day for cameron norrie who had a lot . british players. a disappointing day| for cameron norrie who had a lot of success in 2022 but there will not be a repeat of last year's final. he won the first set on a tie—break and it always looked like a very tricky draw. dimitrov has won the title here before. he stole the second set two soap norrie is out. jack draper who is now 20th made his debut in the world's top 100 this morning, created another first—round upset. he beat the world number 1a. he is six tall, that power will handed serve is powerful on the grass. a very exciting prospect for british tennis. good start to the grass
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court season. a quarterfinalist last week. she will now play a wimbledon champion in the second round. tough test for her- — champion in the second round. tough test for her. andy _ champion in the second round. tough test for her. andy murray _ champion in the second round. tough test for her. andy murray was - test for her. andy murray was looking good in stuttgart until that final and third set. and abdominal problem. a big? but people will want to know what are his chances for wimbledon?— to know what are his chances for wimbledon? , , , ., wimbledon? everybody is waiting, eve bod wimbledon? everybody is waiting, everybody is _ wimbledon? everybody is waiting, everybody is wondering _ wimbledon? everybody is waiting, everybody is wondering because i everybody is wondering because traditionally stomach muscle injuries can take quite a long time to heal but we have been not been told. he had a scan earlier this afternoon. that would seem unlikely. i think more importantly, is he going to be fit for wimbledon? i don't think he needs any more
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matches? he has had nine matches on grass in the last two weeks and the budget for a man of his experience when you consider he is 35, he's had two hip operations. but it would be so cruel if andy murray went out of wimbledon having been fit for the last ten months and is showing some fabulous form recently.— fabulous form recently. keeping our finaers fabulous form recently. keeping our fingers crossed _ fabulous form recently. keeping our fingers crossed for _ fabulous form recently. keeping our fingers crossed for andy _ fabulous form recently. keeping our fingers crossed for andy murray. - fabulous form recently. keeping our| fingers crossed for andy murray. she won a second nottingham open title going into queens. how impressed have you been with dan evans so far, especially with the setback he had at the french open with a chest infection? fin at the french open with a chest infection? �* . , ., ., infection? an excellent start to the crass infection? an excellent start to the grass court — infection? an excellent start to the grass court season. _ infection? an excellent start to the grass court season. eight - infection? an excellent start to the i grass court season. eight nottingham event was on the challenger tour and he was the top seed. it doesn't mean these tournaments are easy to win and for him to get these wins on the grass in tight matches was an
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excellent boost for him. here at queen's club it is going to be very tough as he is up against a difficult first round. he wonder the stuttgart title in his first event back, so on the grass court with that big, powerful italian serve it is pretty much the toughest challenge dan evans could have had in the first round. if challenge dan evans could have had in the first round.— in the first round. it will be a fascinating — in the first round. it will be a fascinating match _ in the first round. it will be a fascinating match tomorrow. j in the first round. it will be a l fascinating match tomorrow. i in the first round. it will be a - fascinating match tomorrow. i caught up fascinating match tomorrow. i caught up with dan evans briefly straight after his win at the nottingham open yesterday and he started by telling me how pleased he was, having struggled with a chest infection at the french open where he went out in the french open where he went out in the second round. if is the french open where he went out in the second round.— the second round. it is important for my schedule _ the second round. it is important for my schedule to _ the second round. it is important for my schedule to prepare - the second round. it is important for my schedule to prepare for i the second round. it is important i for my schedule to prepare for well and nottingham was perfect for queens and wimbledon to prepare. very happy to have one. people have
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been... queens and wimbledon coming up. how are you feeling about that? it is a good opportunity to play him again. i played him last year in the quarters i think. he had one at stuttgart and he will be feeling well, and i am feeling good as well. a couple of weeks until wimbledon. you've reached their third round. did you learn from that match? are you setting yourself any target at wimbledon this year? h0. you setting yourself any target at wimbledon this year?— you setting yourself any target at wimbledon this year? no, not as yet. it is a very difficult _ wimbledon this year? no, not as yet. it is a very difficult tournament, - it is a very difficult tournament, as everyone knows, there is a lot of good players waiting in the first round. it is nice to be seeded, soaked next week is important at queens to try and get myself in a
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good seeding spot and have a good week at wimbledon. it is obviously a very good tournament, very prestigious and you always enjoy playing there and that is my main goal, to get their fit and healthy and try and win some matches. time for a look at — and try and win some matches. time for a look at some _ and try and win some matches. time for a look at some of— and try and win some matches. time for a look at some of the _ and try and win some matches. time for a look at some of the other sports stories. lewis hamilton says he will drive in the canadian gp this weekend and �*wouldn't miss it for the world', despite the back pain he suffered in azerbaijan over the weekend. anthonyjoshua anthony joshua announced he anthonyjoshua announced he is leaving sky sports. a two—time heavyweight champion fortis entire career on sky but is now left for a rumoured £80 million. their premier league fixtures for next season are out later this week. manchester city
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and liverpool aren't resting on their laurels. they have both strengthened their attacking. austin has been following the transfer news and two big deals we have been talking about are no agreed. bath talking about are no agreed. both clubs really _ talking about are no agreed. both clubs really are _ talking about are no agreed. exit? clubs really are bolstering their forward lines for next season. manchester city have confirmed the signing of hurling talent while liverpool have agreed a fee with benfica. not that either side really need much help up top because they scored 193 goals in the premier league last season between them but perhaps that is why they are the best. they are always looking to improve. we will start with liverpool. they have agreed a £61; million deal with benfica for him and that could rise up to £85 million with add—ons and that would be a record for liverpool. for those who aren't too familiar with him. he
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is stilljust 22 who aren't too familiar with him. he is still just 22 years who aren't too familiar with him. he is stilljust 22 years old and the scored 3a goals for benfica last season, six goals in the champions league and two of them against liverpool. and he is also a uruguay international. i have been speaking to harriet pryor and she told me that his goals particularly those in the champions league against liverpool could well have been the deciding factor forjuergen klopp. liverpool could well have been the deciding factorforjuergen klopp. i deciding factor forjuergen klopp. i think we're all really excited. it is a reel— think we're all really excited. it is a real statement of intent from liverpool— is a real statement of intent from liverpool and the transfer strategy has been _ liverpool and the transfer strategy has been on the team we already have with young, _ has been on the team we already have with young, exciting talent and he is one _ with young, exciting talent and he is one of— with young, exciting talent and he is one of the most exciting of them all. is one of the most exciting of them alt we _ is one of the most exciting of them alt we saw— is one of the most exciting of them all. we saw in the game that we played _ all. we saw in the game that we played against benfica how much of a threat _ played against benfica how much of a threat he _ played against benfica how much of a threat he is _ played against benfica how much of a threat he is constantly and how much of the _ threat he is constantly and how much of the defenders's thought and time it takes— of the defenders's thought and time it takes up. the fact he will be hopefully— it takes up. the fact he will be hopefully playing in a red—shirted and exciting prospect. hopefully playing in a red-shirted and exciting prospect. manchester ci have and exciting prospect. manchester city have signed — and exciting prospect. manchester city have signed hurling _ and exciting prospect. manchester city have signed hurling talent, . and exciting prospect. manchester city have signed hurling talent, so | city have signed hurling talent, so
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they will potentially be even better next season. how important was it for liverpool to make a similar statement with a big signing like this? ., , ., . ., , this? really important. we have seen over the last — this? really important. we have seen over the last few _ this? really important. we have seen over the last few seasons _ this? really important. we have seen over the last few seasons how - this? really important. we have seen over the last few seasons how they i over the last few seasons how they push each — over the last few seasons how they push each other toe to toe, but if manchester city continue to sign players — manchester city continue to sign players like him and we couldn't bring _ players like him and we couldn't bring anyone in we couldn't keep up, so we _ bring anyone in we couldn't keep up, so we need _ bring anyone in we couldn't keep up, so we need to keep that squad fresh. we want _ so we need to keep that squad fresh. we want to— so we need to keep that squad fresh. we want to go on and win the champions league next year or the prernier— champions league next year or the premier league. so we need these big signings _ premier league. so we need these big signings coming in so we can continue _ signings coming in so we can continue to win trophies for years to come — continue to win trophies for years to come. , , , . to come. the biggest secret in football has _ to come. the biggest secret in football has been _ to come. the biggest secret in football has been finally - to come. the biggest secret in - football has been finally confirmed. he is now an official manchester city player. hejoined he is now an official manchester city player. he joined the club for £512 city player. he joined the club for £51.2 million after that incredible record of scoring 86 goals in 89 games for boro dortmund. he has been one of the hottest prospects in world football for quite a long
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time. he signed on a five year deal but he said he wants to score goals, win trophies and improve as a footballer and he is confident he can do that here. it is a pretty frightening prospect for the rest of their premier league. “flit?t frightening prospect for the rest of their premier league.— frightening prospect for the rest of their premier league. city hope that he can aet their premier league. city hope that he can get them _ their premier league. city hope that he can get them over _ their premier league. city hope that he can get them over the _ their premier league. city hope that he can get them over the line - their premier league. city hope that he can get them over the line in - their premier league. city hope that he can get them over the line in the| he can get them over the line in the champions league. it is a holy grail for paris saint—germain, who fell short last season and now they have lost patience with their manager. there have been rumours for quite a while but it looks like his time is now open. he held with paris saint—germain at the end of last week and he was then told date no longer wish to have him stay on as manager. psg won the french league last year but they only reach the last year but they only reach the last 16 of the champions league and thatis last 16 of the champions league and that is the reason why the owners of the club are looking elsewhere. they are desperate to win that title. french journalist told oath that fans are ready for a change. he had
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a fabulous team. yet fans are ready for a change. he had a fabulous team.— a fabulous team. yet they failed to be dominant- _ a fabulous team. yet they failed to be dominant. the... _ a fabulous team. yet they failed to be dominant. the... they - a fabulous team. yet they failed to be dominant. the... they booed i a fabulous team. yet they failed to l be dominant. the... they booed him many— be dominant. the... they booed him many times— be dominant. the... they booed him many times this season. his style of playing _ many times this season. his style of playing has— many times this season. his style of playing has been in question throughout the season. who playing has been in question throughout the season. who could relace throughout the season. who could replace him? _ throughout the season. who could replace him? anything _ throughout the season. who could replace him? anything zn, - throughout the season. who couldj replace him? anything zn, marine throughout the season. who could i replace him? anything zn, marine u, —— synod in sedan, marine u. with that now gone, you have to ask where did he go next? tributes are continuing to pour in for phil bennett, who has died at the age of 73.
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bennett was a key figure in wales' golden era, helping them win two five nations grand slams in the 1970s. he also starred in the lions' historic unbeaten tour of south africa in1971i. tomos dafydd has been looking back at his life. bennett! that sidestep... ..and blistering pace made him a formidable fly—half. he made it look so easy, weaving past opponents. phil bennett elevated rugby to an art form. you can't coach somebody like phil. he had _ you can't coach somebody like phil. he had everything. _ you can't coach somebody like phil. he had everything. that— you can't coach somebody like phil. he had everything. that is- you can't coach somebody like phil. he had everything. that is a - he had everything. that is a difference, _ he had everything. that is a difference, phil— he had everything. that is a difference, phil could - he had everything. that is a difference, phil could read i he had everything. that is a i difference, phil could read the he had everything. that is a - difference, phil could read the game so well— difference, phil could read the game so well and — difference, phil could read the game so well and played _ difference, phil could read the game so well and played his _ difference, phil could read the game so well and played his own - difference, phil could read the game so well and played his own game - difference, phil could read the gamel so well and played his own game and it was— so well and played his own game and it was always — so well and played his own game and it was always a — so well and played his own game and it was always a pleasure _ so well and played his own game and it was always a pleasure to _ so well and played his own game and it was always a pleasure to play - it was always a pleasure to play with him — it was always a pleasure to play with him you _ it was always a pleasure to play with him. you knew— it was always a pleasure to play
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with him. you knew if— it was always a pleasure to play with him. you knew if he - it was always a pleasure to play i with him. you knew if he won the ball, _ with him. you knew if he won the ball. you — with him. you knew if he won the ball. you knew— with him. you knew if he won the ball, you knew he _ with him. you knew if he won the ball, you knew he was _ with him. you knew if he won the ball, you knew he was going - with him. you knew if he won the ball, you knew he was going to l with him. you knew if he won the | ball, you knew he was going to go uufietd, _ ball, you knew he was going to go upfietd, not— ball, you knew he was going to go upfield, not backwards, _ ball, you knew he was going to go upfield, not backwards, and - ball, you knew he was going to go upfield, not backwards, and it- ball, you knew he was going to go| upfield, not backwards, and it was ball, you knew he was going to go i upfield, not backwards, and it was a pleasure _ upfield, not backwards, and it was a pleasure to play _ upfield, not backwards, and it was a pleasure to play with _ upfield, not backwards, and it was a pleasure to play with this _ upfield, not backwards, and it was a pleasure to play with this man. - he was born in the village of felinfoel. in his teens he worked at the local steelworks, before being offered a trial by west ham united. thankfully, he chose rugby. his first appearance for his country, unexpected. paris, 1969, on the bench and a bit worried about what he was seeing. i looked at the size of the forwards and they were massive. they were bumping into the wall, the front row were charging with their heads, and i thought, thank god i'm not playing against that lot this afternoon. and i sat on the bench all afternoon and with about three orfour minutes to go, jerry lewis gave me a nod, "get onto the pitch." in an era when substitutions weren't routinely used, he became wales's first ever to play from the bench. grand little player, this. his footwork left opponents floundering. here, for the barbarians,
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his magic was the start of something special. oh, that is brilliant. john williams, brian williams. great dummy! the halfway line. brilliant! a dramatic start! in1971i, bennett headed to south africa. he had a starring role in the most successful lions tour ever. he's going to score! phil bennett! what a solo effort! he ended his wales career in style, too, starting off with two tries against france, securing his second grand slam. but despite all his achievements, his proudest moments came with llanelli, playing in that match, beating the mighty all blacks. i have been doing after dinner speaking about the 1974 to,
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the lions victory out of there, and people ask me, that must be your greatest victory. and i say, no, that was when llanelli beat new zealand 9—3. they find that hard to accept, but for a local town boy it was a wonderful occasion. and i was delighted to be part of it. he has been an outstanding for both rugby— he has been an outstanding for both rugby and _ he has been an outstanding for both rugby and we will have a minutes silence _ rugby and we will have a minutes silence on— rugby and we will have a minutes silence on his behalf. when we play sport. _ silence on his behalf. when we play sport. we _ silence on his behalf. when we play sport, we support each other. i have 'ust sport, we support each other. i have just seen— sport, we support each other. i have just seen some rugby lads and had a conversation with them and the coaching — conversation with them and the coaching staff, so we are together and what — coaching staff, so we are together and what he brought to welsh rugby was unbelievable. after playing, punditry. he became a respected presenter on bbc wales television. i'm fine, thank you, yourself? 0ff camera, he was friendly, humble, understated. he will be remembered as a talented player who shone in a golden era.
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one of the game's all—time greats. time to look at some of tomorrow's football. time to look at some of tomorrow's football. england take on hungary tommorow as their nations league competition continues. a lack of goals in this tournament has been the biggest problem so far. 0ur sports reporter alex howell has more. this has been a tough time for the england team. they are still without a win and tomorrow they take on hungary, which will be the first home match because of the match against italy on saturday was behind closed doors. i asked gareth southgate if there is any extra pressure?— southgate if there is any extra ressure? ., , . ., pressure? no, it is exciting. to have fans _ pressure? no, it is exciting. to have fans back _ pressure? no, it is exciting. to have fans back it's _ pressure? no, it is exciting. to have fans back it's fantastic. i pressure? no, it is exciting. to l have fans back it's fantastic. we are looking forward to that. it gives— are looking forward to that. it gives the _ are looking forward to that. it gives the team a lift of energy which — gives the team a lift of energy which at — gives the team a lift of energy which at this stage is helpful. i know— which at this stage is helpful. i know how— which at this stage is helpful. i know how much people at
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wolverhampton are looking forward to the game _ wolverhampton are looking forward to the game and hosting us. and i know the game and hosting us. and i know the atmosphere has been created here _ the atmosphere has been created here so — the atmosphere has been created here. so we will enjoy that, the players — here. so we will enjoy that, the players will enjoy that we are looking — players will enjoy that we are looking forward to the game. one of the main discussions _ looking forward to the game. one of the main discussions around - looking forward to the game. one of the main discussions around this - the main discussions around this england team is a lack of goals. they have only scored one during the three matches are none of them have been from open play. gareth southgate are spoken about the team's reliance on harry kane and raheem sterling scoring by far the most goals. so i asked him whether he enjoys your responsibility? a lot of pressure from the other players. no pressure from the other players. i no pressure from the other players. | -o no pressure from the other players. i go out _ no pressure from the other players. i go out there and we all know our responsibilities and i try and take that responsibility is one of the experienced players and ijust enjoy scoring _ experienced players and ijust enjoy scoring goals. experienced players and i 'ust en'oy scoring gnofl scoring goals. after this match auainst scoring goals. after this match against hungary. _ scoring goals. after this match against hungary, there - scoring goals. after this match against hungary, there are - scoring goals. after this match | against hungary, there are just scoring goals. after this match - against hungary, there are just two to go before gareth southgate named
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his final squad for the world cup in qatar. so he will be using these final matches to test out his ideas before they board the plane. page will be without at five players in the game in rotterdam. they played five matches but with world cup qualification secured, page says he is delighted with the team spirit. he is delighted with the team s - irit. ~ . he is delighted with the team sirit. ~ ., ., ., ., , spirit. we have four tough games an a . spirit. we have four tough games anyway- off _ spirit. we have four tough games anyway- off the _ spirit. we have four tough games anyway. off the back _ spirit. we have four tough games anyway. off the back of _ spirit. we have four tough games anyway. off the back of a long i anyway. off the back of a long season — anyway. off the back of a long season a _ anyway. off the back of a long season. a lot of our players are from _ season. a lot of our players are from the — season. a lot of our players are from the championship, which is a demanding — from the championship, which is a demanding division to play in. so it is caught— demanding division to play in. so it is caught up— demanding division to play in. so it is caught up with us, there are no surprises— is caught up with us, there are no surprises we _ is caught up with us, there are no surprises we have picked up some knocks— surprises we have picked up some knocks but — surprises we have picked up some knocks but having said that this has been _ knocks but having said that this has been probably the most positive camp there we've had. 0ur been probably the most positive camp there we've had. our objective coming — there we've had. our objective coming into camp was, can we qualify for the _ coming into camp was, can we qualify for the world cup? and we have ticked _ for the world cup? and we have ticked that box.—
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ticked that box. scotland visit armenia tomorrow. _ ticked that box. scotland visit armenia tomorrow. steve - ticked that box. scotland visit i armenia tomorrow. steve clarke ticked that box. scotland visit - armenia tomorrow. steve clarke has come underfire. callum mcgregor said scotland must stand together and trust steve clarke he was gone above and beyond. br; and trust steve clarke he was gone above and beyond.— and trust steve clarke he was gone above and beyond. by no means do we think we have — above and beyond. by no means do we think we have a — above and beyond. by no means do we think we have a right. _ above and beyond. by no means do we think we have a right. there _ above and beyond. by no means do we think we have a right. there is - above and beyond. by no means do we think we have a right. there is a i think we have a right. there is a lot of— think we have a right. there is a lot of work— think we have a right. there is a lot of work to be done and the players — lot of work to be done and the players and staff all understand that so — players and staff all understand that so you see how difficult it is to qualify — that so you see how difficult it is to qualify for world cups. you see teams _ to qualify for world cups. you see teams like — to qualify for world cups. you see teams like wales, 64 years was the last time _ teams like wales, 64 years was the last time they were there. it is very— last time they were there. it is very hard _ last time they were there. it is very hard. you have to stick with their— very hard. you have to stick with their manager, he has done a lot of things— their manager, he has done a lot of things for— their manager, he has done a lot of things for the nation and this group of players _ things for the nation and this group of players so it is important that we trust — of players so it is important that we trust him and stand behind them. we have _ we trust him and stand behind them. we have some breaking tennis news. we have some breaking tennis news. we were wondering about andy murray's fitness. a little bit of clarity, russell, about andy murray's short—term prospects. it
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doesn't include playing queens. late doesn't include playing queens. we know doesn't include playing queens. - know where we are for this week. he has withdrawn from queen's club championships. will he be fit for wimbledon? well, we are still not sure but the news could be worse in that the scan that andy murray had earlier this afternoon, knowing the discomfort he is felt in the final set of the final yesterday, he has been diagnosed as eight left abdomen stream. it is not a tear. it is a strain. he is hoping he might be able to play at the exhibition event in london at the back end of next week and then beginning the wimbledon championships as planned. definitively no queens and their news from the scan could have been a lot worse, andy murray is still keeping his hopes alive that he will be at wimbledon this year. late keeping his hopes alive that he will be at wimbledon this year.- be at wimbledon this year. we will kee our be at wimbledon this year. we will keep our fingers — be at wimbledon this year. we will keep our fingers crossed. -
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be at wimbledon this year. we will keep our fingers crossed. here i be at wimbledon this year. we will keep our fingers crossed. here is l keep our fingers crossed. here is something a little bit different. there is an annual race called man versus horse. in wales there's an annual race called man v horse. men and women compete too, but it is humans against horses. and at the weekend, for only the third time in over 40 years, a human out ran a horse over 22 and a half miles to win. the appropiately named ricky lightfoot — a trail runner and firefighter — took the title. he's been speaking to our reporter sanny rudravajhala. i had one horse passed me after an hour and it was only for about two minutes because i passed them again on that steep upper section. that horse charging by, galloping, it was a bit mental. i was so in the zone and concentrating on it was windy and concentrating on it was windy and rainy, iwas and concentrating on it was windy and rainy, i was shocked at first. it is a pretty cool event. that exoerience — it is a pretty cool event. that experience must _ it is a pretty cool event. that experience must have - it is a pretty cool event. that experience must have been totally different— experience must have been totally different to everything of you have
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experience. you are a former world champion— experience. you are a former world champion fell runner. you have been around _ champion fell runner. you have been around the _ champion fell runner. you have been around the block, all over the world — around the block, all over the world. lt— around the block, all over the world. , . , , around the block, all over the world. , , , ., around the block, all over the world. i, ., world. it is a pretty small place where the _ world. it is a pretty small place where the race _ world. it is a pretty small place where the race begins. - world. it is a pretty small place where the race begins. i - world. it is a pretty small place where the race begins. i think. world. it is a pretty small place | where the race begins. i think it has about 600 people living there and it felt they all came out to help and there was a lot of support. obviously, no one knew who i was from that part of wales, but i seem to have a lot of support on the route. people were chanting my name, which is fantastic for an event like that. . , which is fantastic for an event like that. ., , ., ,., ., that. there was also out in the race. that. there was also out in the race- people — that. there was also out in the race. people of _ that. there was also out in the race. people of all _ that. there was also out in the race. people of all abilities i that. there was also out in the| race. people of all abilities and the first— race. people of all abilities and the first blind runner as well. it brings— the first blind runner as well. it brings the _ the first blind runner as well. it brings the community together and shows— brings the community together and shows how wide the fell running community is. shows how wide the fell running community is— community is. definitely and althou:h community is. definitely and although there _ community is. definitely and although there is _ community is. definitely and although there is a - community is. definitely and although there is a race i community is. definitely and i although there is a race between a man and a horse at the front end, it is everybody else who takes part in the event that makes the event. so
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from that person who finished towards the back of the race, they are just as important as me winning as well because without them there would be no race.— would be no race. what is next on our would be no race. what is next on your itinerary? — would be no race. what is next on your itinerary? are _ would be no race. what is next on your itinerary? are you _ would be no race. what is next on your itinerary? are you going i would be no race. what is next on your itinerary? are you going to i your itinerary? are you going to race _ your itinerary? are you going to race any— your itinerary? are you going to race any more animals? i�*m your itinerary? are you going to race any more animals? i'm entering the grand national— race any more animals? i'm entering the grand national next _ race any more animals? i'm entering the grand national next year! - race any more animals? i'm entering the grand national next year! no, i i the grand national next year! no, i got selected for great britain last month so i go to the european trail running championships in spain at the beginning of next month to race for great britain so i am part of the long trail team.— for great britain so i am part of the long trail team. the long trailteam. brilliant. we are out of time. _ the long trailteam. brilliant. we are out of time. that _ the long trailteam. brilliant. we are out of time. that is - the long trailteam. brilliant. we are out of time. that is all- the long trailteam. brilliant. we are out of time. that is all from | are out of time. that is all from sports day. goodbye. some pretty significant heat is said to build across the uk through the
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rest of this week. we start the week with average or below average temperatures but for the majority we are sitting well above by friday with highs in some areas around 30 degrees. this evening and overnight, business as usual. clear spells, patchy cloud, still going to come from western scotland. gail is as well and exposure. overnight lows somewhere between 90 tuesday, more sunshine. some isolated showers for north wales, northern england, southern scotland later in the day. more persistent rain and windy in the far north of scotland. cambridge are starting to push up across the south—east of england and they built day on day until we get to friday and around the 30 degrees mark when it is cooler for the weekend.
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edwards will be there tonight at ten for the first time. hello, i'm ros atkins, this is outside source. the second hearing begins into the january 6th capitol hill attacks — and former president trump's false claim that the election was stolen. we hear testimony from a donald trump as my own team. i did not auree trump as my own team. i did not agree with _ trump as my own team. i did not agree with the — trump as my own team. i did not agree with the idea of— trump as my own team. i did not agree with the idea of seeing i agree with the idea of seeing the elections, putting the idea about them, i told elections, putting the idea about them, itold him it was... and you know, i did not want to be a part of it. the uk government publishes plans to get rid of parts of the eu—brexit deal it signed on northern ireland with the eu. the uk government has published plans to get rid of parts of the post—brexit deal it signed
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with the eu in 2020. it wants to change the northern ireland protocol

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