The Doosra team look ahead to the most watched and anticipated fixture in world sport - India versus Pakistan.Show more The Doosra team look ahead to the most watched and anticipated fixture in world sport - India versus Pakistan.
Iain Carter and Alistair Bruce-Ball have all the news from the first round of the US Open Show more Day one of The US Open saw surprisingly low scoring.Iain Carter and Alistair Bruce Ball discuss Justin Rose’s extraordinary putting display which took the Englishman to the top of the leaderboard.
An insight into how Scotland and England are preparing for game day.Show more Caroline Barker is joined by ex-England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis, Chelsea Women boss Emma Hayes, BBC commentator Vicki Sparks and former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin for the latest news from the Women’s World Cup.
Iain, Andrew and Alistair Bruce-Ball have all the news from Pebble Beach Show more The Cut is at Pebble Beach ahead of the US Open as Iain Carter, Andrew Cotter and Alastair Bruce-Ball look ahead to the third mens major of the year.The big questions include why doesn't Brooks Koepka get enough respect, will Rory McIlroy continue his good form, can Dustin Johnson get over his major failures, has Graeme McDowell brought his special cardigan with him and what effect will a sound delay between Pebble Beach and Buckinghamshire have on the quality of the pod.
France survive a comical own goal to beat Norway 2-1 thanks to a little help from VAR.Show more Caroline Barker is joined by Chelsea manager Emma Hayes, plus former England players Rachel Brown-Finnis and Lucy Ward to discuss France's 2-1 victory over Norway.
England and Scotland prepare to face each other in their opening Women’s World Cup match Show more Caroline Barker is in Nice as England and Scotland prepare for their opening match at the Women’s World Cup, which is against each other on Sunday.She is joined by the coach of Manchester United’s women’s team and former England captain Casey Stoney, former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis, former Scotland midfielder Pat Nevin and former Scotland striker Steve Thompson.
Aatif, Isa and Ankur share their first week experiences of the Cricket World Cup.Show more Aatif, Isa and Ankur have been collecting bonus points at service stations running around the UK following the World Cup.
Mike and Steve try to make sense of Anthony Joshua's defeat to Andy Ruiz jr.Show more As the dust settles on Anthony Joshua's stunning upset defeat to Andy Ruiz jr.
Do Bangladesh have the quality to challenge any side at the tournament?Questions posed by Dan Norcross and answered by Alec Stewart, Natalie Germanos and Roushan Alam on this episode of the TMS podcast at the World Cup.
Ben Stokes capped off a fine display with a wonder catch as England begin with a victory.Show more After all the hype and build up, the cricket extravaganza is finally underway - the hosts England are strongly tipped to win the World Cup, Alison Mitchell, Geoff Lemon and Charu Sharma all reflect on their opening victory against South Africa in a game which saw Ben Stokes hit 89 with the bat and make a wonder catch.
On the eve of Spurs v Liverpool we are joined in Madrid by the Burnley manager Sean Dyche Show more We are building up to one of the biggest matches in English football history with Mark Pougatch, Chris Sutton and the Burnley manager Sean Dyche.Should Mauricio Pochettino play Harry Kane from the first minute?
Chelsea win the Europa League, and Eden Hazard says he's leaving.Lee Dixon, Andy Townsend, Pat Nevin and Alan Pardew pore over what this means for the future of this Chelsea squad with Eden Hazard admitting after that he's off.
Hear from Eoin Morgan, Viv Richards, Kevin Pietersen and many more ahead of the World Cup Show more The day before the World Cup starts, Jonathan Agnew speaks to Eoin Morgan at the Oval about expectations, performing, and what he’ll say to the Queen.South Africa coach Ottis Gibson answers whether he’d be interested in the England job after Trevor Bayliss, plus Natalie Germanos and Dean Wilson give their thoughts on the World Cup opener.
HomepageAccessibility linksSkip to contentAccessibility HelpBBC AccountNotificationsHomeNewsSportWeatheriPlayerSoundsCBBCCBeebiesFoodBitesizeArtsTasterLocalTVRadioThreeMenuSearchSearch the BBC Schedule BBC Radio 5 live Football Daily HomeSubscribeClipsLive commentaries606 podcastBBC Sport: FootballBBC Sport: TablesBBC Sport: Gossip Main content Listen now Football Daily From TV delays to stressful scans - speaking ahead of Saturday's Champions League final against Tottenham in Madrid, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and defender Andy Robertson tell Guillem Balague about their 4-0 semi-final second-leg win over Barcelona.Download Choose your file Higher quality (128kbps) Lower quality (64kbps) Release date: 28 May 2019 28 days left to listen 24 minutes More episodes See all episodes from Football Daily Podcast Football Daily The latest football news, analysis and big name guests with the BBC Radio 5 live team.
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Isa, Aatif and Ankur preview the World Cup chances of Pakistan and India.Show more Isa, Aatif and Ankur preview the World Cup chances of two South Asian powerhouses – Pakistan and India.
World Cup preview with ex-England captain Andrew Strauss and Afghanistan's Hamid Hassan.We speak to former England director of cricket Andrew Strauss and Afghanistan fast bowler Hamid Hassan.
With a week to go, the TMS team look ahead to the 2019 Cricket World Cup Show more A week away from the start of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, we launch our daily podcast that will run throughout the tournament.Michael Vaughan explains why he thinks fielding will be key this tournament, Ebony Rainford Brent and Phil Tufnell wonder whether knowing the location of the nearest chippy helps World Cup preparation, and debate everything from ‘old twiddlies’ to ‘emotional ping pongs’.
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