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tomorrow night, and around, tomorrow night, and other weather front moves into the north and with more cloud around, not quite as chilly in scotland and northern ireland but a weak weather front because we are building into high so mist and fog with a light wind and a lot of driver cloudy weather but you cannot ignore what is happening behind me here and that has a question over it for the end of the week and it looks like we have a deep area of low pressure moving in and the good news is it should have moved out of the way for the weekend but the bad news is that we are uncertain as to how far south the heavy rain and strong winds will come, so we will be keeping a close eye on that as we go through the rest of the week. a reminder of our top story. the health secretary says all front line nhs staff in england must be fully vaccinated against coronavirus by april the first. around 100,000 workers have not had the job so far.
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we must avoid preventable harm and protect patients in the nhs, protect colleagues in the nhs and, of course, protect the nhs itself. that's all from the bbc news at six. so it's goodbye from me, and on bbc one we nowjoin the bbc�*s news teams where you are. hello, i'm 0lly foster. here's what's coming up on sportsday. it's a huge week for england's cricketers. all eyes first on abu dhabi and the first of the t20 world cup semifinals. crunch time for clarke. can scotland clinch a world cup play—off place? and we'll have latest from austria, where emma raducanu is an action and also news of herfull—time coach for next season. also coming up in the programme... we'll hearfrom emma hursey,
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the young table tennis star helping the un fight climate change. hello there. after three weeks of fantastic cricket in oman, sharjah, abu dhabi and dubai we are down to the last four at the t20 world cup. tomorrow, england take on new zealand in the first of the semifinals before pakistan face australia on thursday. england are the reigning one day world champions, but the captain eoin morgan has been playing down their label as strong favourites to become t20 kings as well. ben croucher reports.
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behind the skyscrapers in the persian gulf lies the tallest of cricket challengers. four teams trying to scale the height of the sport. england's wealth of talent has been depleted. jason roy out with a string. has been depleted. jason roy out with a string-— has been depleted. jason roy out with a strinu. ~ ., _, , with a string. whoever comes in will brina a lot with a string. whoever comes in will bring a lot of— with a string. whoever comes in will bring a lot of experience _ with a string. whoever comes in will bring a lot of experience and - with a string. whoever comes in will bring a lot of experience and a - with a string. whoever comes in will bring a lot of experience and a lot i bring a lot of experience and a lot of skill into our team, so it's a massive chain forjason. he's obviously been pretty devastated over the last couple of days. england have power to play. johnny is expected to open, leaving laying... strength in depth. flew they have winners throughout their team _ they have winners throughout their team. quite deep as well. there are
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a number_ team. quite deep as well. there are a number of— team. quite deep as well. there are a number of threats and match winners, — a number of threats and match winners, and we also have a number of match_ winners, and we also have a number of match winners as well. they winners, and we also have a number of match winners as well.— of match winners as well. they may have —— has been a problem for williamson side. they lost at the stage to england five years ago before that agonising super defeat in the 50 over world cup back in 2019. will it be third time lucky? in dubai on thursday, australia will try to stop the soaring pakistan, the only unbeaten team in the group stage, a team built on talent, tenacity and teamwork. ._ , ., , team built on talent, tenacity and teamwork. ._ , . , .,. teamwork. players are helping each other. teamwork. players are helping each other- team — teamwork. players are helping each other. team management, - teamwork. players are helping each other. team management, giving i teamwork. players are helping each | other. team management, giving all the confidence — other. team management, giving all the confidence to _ other. team management, giving all the confidence to the _ other. team management, giving all the confidence to the players - other. team management, giving all the confidence to the players and - the confidence to the players and thabs— the confidence to the players and that's what — the confidence to the players and that's what the _ the confidence to the players and that's what the players _ the confidence to the players and that's what the players expect. the confidence to the players and . that's what the players expect from management — that's what the players expect from management-— that's what the players expect from management. pakistan's opponents felt the need _ management. pakistan's opponents felt the need for _ management. pakistan's opponents felt the need for speed. _ felt the need for speed. accelerating australia into first semifinals since 2012, defeat to england means the most when matches
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started early for a side now hitting top gear. if started early for a side now hitting to gear. , ., started early for a side now hitting to gear. ,, ~' started early for a side now hitting to gear. ,., ~ started early for a side now hitting to gear. 4’ ., top gear. if you like most of the names top gear. if you like most of the games have been _ top gear. if you like most of the games have been knocked - top gear. if you like most of the games have been knocked out. | top gear. if you like most of the i games have been knocked out. you top gear. if you like most of the - games have been knocked out. you can guarantee you would get through, so every game in these short tournaments feels like a must win. i don't think there will be too much different. �* ., ~ , ., ., different. another australian win mi . ht different. another australian win miaht be different. another australian win might be a _ different. another australian win might be a stretch, _ different. another australian win might be a stretch, but - different. another australian win might be a stretch, but in - different. another australian win might be a stretch, but in t20 i might be a stretch, but in t20 cricket, those on the topic and always become toppled. let's get more with alex hartley. england started the tournament brilliantly, but they had that wobble in their final match. brilliantly, but they had that wobble in theirfinal match. are brilliantly, but they had that wobble in their final match. are you worried that might affect their momentum?— worried that might affect their momentum? ., ., , ~ , ., momentum? tournaments like this are all about momentum, _ momentum? tournaments like this are all about momentum, but _ momentum? tournaments like this are all about momentum, but to _ momentum? tournaments like this are all about momentum, but to lose - momentum? tournaments like this are all about momentum, but to lose a - all about momentum, but to lose a game is not a bad thing because quite often, you learn the most when you lose in cricket. the england
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team have reflected, they can improve and it's only going to make them more hungry going into semifinals. i think eoin morgan said finals are about enjoyment. eoin finals are about en'oyment. eoin moraan finals are about en'oyment. eoin morgan has h finals are about en'oyment. eoin morgan has been — finals are about enjoyment. eoin morgan has been playing his cards close to his chest regarding who replaces jason roy to open the batting with joss replaces jason roy to open the batting withjoss butler. roy absolutely gutted. he's got a few options? absolutely gutted. he's got a few 0 tions? . . absolutely gutted. he's got a few otions? . . ., �* , ., absolutely gutted. he's got a few otions? . . ., �*, ., .,~ , options? yeah, and that's what makes this encland options? yeah, and that's what makes this england squad _ options? yeah, and that's what makes this england squad so _ options? yeah, and that's what makes this england squad so special. - options? yeah, and that's what makes this england squad so special. i - this england squad so special. i absolutely devastated forjason roy. it's never a good sign to come back on the pitch on crutches, but england have so many options. james events is brought into the squad. bairstow is open, so is liam livingston. i would love to see liam opening the batting. he plays in one way and you can really take a game
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away from the team in opening batting. away from the team in opening battina. . ., ., ., , away from the team in opening batting. new zealand already playing the underdog — batting. new zealand already playing the underdog card, _ batting. new zealand already playing the underdog card, but _ batting. new zealand already playing the underdog card, but they - batting. new zealand already playing the underdog card, but they have - the underdog card, but they have some dangerous players. then;r the underdog card, but they have some dangerous players. they always seem to, some dangerous players. they always seem to. but — some dangerous players. they always seem to, but always _ some dangerous players. they always seem to, but always make _ some dangerous players. they always| seem to, but always make semifinals. i don't know where this underdog card comes from. they have ferguson early on in the competition, a huge blow for them, but they have replacements in adam dell. he's done fantastically well. new zealand should it be underdogs because they are a fantastic teams. england have got a little win there, but they still have a massive job to do. i’m still have a massive “ob to do. i'm su er still have a massive job to do. i'm super assuming you will say england reached the final, pakistan on thursday, pakistan absolutely loving there cricket.— there cricket. they've been brilliant throughout - there cricket. they've been brilliant throughout this - brilliant throughout this competition. india coming in as tournament favourites, everybody
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saying england and pakistan are favourites. you can't look past australia. i was talking to ben maxwell, and there is some confidence and that australia pack as well. that's going to be a nailbiter. as well. that's going to be a nailbiter-_ as well. that's going to be a nailbiter. �* . , . , as well. that's going to be a nailbiter. �* . , ., , ., nailbiter. alex hartley, many thanks indeed. tomorrow with england and that pakistan match. let's stay with cricket now. well, the latest news out of yorkshire is that they have confirmed that the head coach andrew gale has been suspended pending a disciplinary hearing over a historic post on social media, and their director of cricket, martyn moxon, is absent from work with a stress—related illness as of today. the county say they are giving him the necessary support. lord patel, the new chair at yorkshire says he hopes to have a process in place by the end of the week for whistle—blowers to come forward in a safe environment,
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to share any other instances of discrimination. tabassum bhatti, who is now 37, signed a contract at yorkshire at the age of 1a. he has been speaking to the bbc about what he experienced. it's become clear that it's been going _ it's become clear that it's been going on— it's become clear that it's been going on for a long time, and it has been _ going on for a long time, and it has been i_ going on for a long time, and it has been iwas— going on for a long time, and it has been... i was there in 1998. been... iwas there in 1998. there were _ been... iwas there in 1998. there were incidents prior to me being there. _ were incidents prior to me being there. and — were incidents prior to me being there, and there's been things happening in the last 20 years to present — happening in the last 20 years to present. 50, ithink happening in the last 20 years to present. 50, i think that's pretty clear— present. 50, i think that's pretty clear that — present. 50, i think that's pretty clear that it has been overlooked. hopefully — clear that it has been overlooked. hopefully the select committee can try and _ hopefully the select committee can try and identify and pump down on yorkshire — try and identify and pump down on yorkshire. ~ ., ., , ., ., yorkshire. what would be one of the thins ou yorkshire. what would be one of the things you want _ yorkshire. what would be one of the things you want to _ yorkshire. what would be one of the things you want to see? _ yorkshire. what would be one of the things you want to see? how - yorkshire. what would be one of the things you want to see? how strong |
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things you want to see? how strong do they need to be in terms of what they do? do they need to be in terms of what the do? , ., . ., ., they do? they need to come down, i don't know- — they do? they need to come down, i don't know. let _ they do? they need to come down, i don't know. let this _ they do? they need to come down, i don't know. let this sink _ they do? they need to come down, i don't know. let this sink in - they do? they need to come down, i don't know. let this sink in a - don't know. let this sink in a little bit _ don't know. let this sink in a little bit. we have been suffering for 20 _ little bit. we have been suffering for 20 plus years. i don't want to be cynic. — for 20 plus years. i don't want to be cynic. but— for 20 plus years. i don't want to be cynic, but people at the club need _ be cynic, but people at the club need to— be cynic, but people at the club need to experience a bit of what we as a community have experienced for as a community have experienced for a long _ as a community have experienced for a long time — speaking about his experiences at yorkshire. we talked about eoin morgan there. the england skipper has also been giving his reaction today to the yorkshire racism row that has dominated the cricket agenda back home. morgan says they have been following events closely and know the example that they have to set as the national side.
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we definitely don't filter anything that's— we definitely don't filter anything that's going — we definitely don't filter anything that's going on. _ we definitely don't filter anything that's going on, particularly- we definitely don't filter anything l that's going on, particularly things as serious— that's going on, particularly things as serious and _ that's going on, particularly things as serious and relevant _ that's going on, particularly things as serious and relevant to - that's going on, particularly things as serious and relevant to our - as serious and relevant to our squad — as serious and relevant to our squad so. _ as serious and relevant to our squad. so. when— as serious and relevant to our squad. so, when matters of. as serious and relevant to our. squad. so, when matters of such serious _ squad. so, when matters of such serious nature _ squad. so, when matters of such serious nature ever _ squad. so, when matters of such serious nature ever arise, - serious nature ever arise, particularly _ serious nature ever arise, l particularly discrimination, serious nature ever arise, - particularly discrimination, we're all part— particularly discrimination, we're all part of— particularly discrimination, we're all part of county— particularly discrimination, we're all part of county cricket. - particularly discrimination, we're all part of county cricket. at - particularly discrimination, we're i all part of county cricket. at some stage. _ all part of county cricket. at some stage. cricket— all part of county cricket. at some stage, cricket has— all part of county cricket. at some stage, cricket has had _ all part of county cricket. at some stage, cricket has had a _ all part of county cricket. at some i stage, cricket has had a substantial role to _ stage, cricket has had a substantial role to play — stage, cricket has had a substantial role to play. we've _ stage, cricket has had a substantial role to play. we've continued - stage, cricket has had a substantial role to play. we've continued to - role to play. we've continued to chat _ role to play. we've continued to chat about — role to play. we've continued to chat about things. _ role to play. we've continued to chat about things. how - role to play. we've continued to chat about things. how it - role to play. we've continued to chat about things. how it might| chat about things. how it might affect— chat about things. how it might affect younger _ chat about things. how it might affect younger generations. - chat about things. how it might affect younger generations. it'sj chat about things. how it might - affect younger generations. it's not always— affect younger generations. it's not always easy — affect younger generations. it's not always easy i— affect younger generations. it's not always easy. i think _ affect younger generations. it's not always easy. i think we're - affect younger generations. it's not always easy. i think we're at - affect younger generations. it's not always easy. i think we're at one i affect younger generations. it's not always easy. i think we're at one ofj always easy. i think we're at one of those _ always easy. i think we're at one of those stages — always easy. i think we're at one of those stages right— always easy. i think we're at one of those stages right now— always easy. i think we're at one of those stages right now for- those stages right now for yorkshire, _ those stages right now for yorkshire, and _ those stages right now for yorkshire, and within - those stages right now for yorkshire, and within the i those stages right now for- yorkshire, and within the group, we're _ yorkshire, and within the group, we're talking _ yorkshire, and within the group, we're talking about _ yorkshire, and within the group, we're talking about seeing - yorkshire, and within the group, we're talking about seeing the l we're talking about seeing the bigger— we're talking about seeing the bigger picture _ we're talking about seeing the bigger picture down— we're talking about seeing the bigger picture down the - we're talking about seeing the bigger picture down the line. i
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we're talking about seeing the . bigger picture down the line. we think— bigger picture down the line. we think of— bigger picture down the line. we think of ourselves _ bigger picture down the line. we think of ourselves as _ bigger picture down the line. we think of ourselves as younger. think of ourselves as younger cricketers _ think of ourselves as younger cricketers. we _ think of ourselves as younger cricketers. we all— think of ourselves as younger cricketers. we all come - think of ourselves as younger cricketers. we all come from| cricketers. we all come from different _ cricketers. we all come from different backgrounds. - cricketers. we all come from different backgrounds. we . cricketers. we all come from| different backgrounds. we all cricketers. we all come from - different backgrounds. we all want to be _ different backgrounds. we all want to be able — different backgrounds. we all want to be able to — different backgrounds. we all want to be able to share _ different backgrounds. we all want to be able to share the _ different backgrounds. we all want to be able to share the dream - different backgrounds. we all want. to be able to share the dream we've dreamt _ to be able to share the dream we've dreamt about — to be able to share the dream we've dreamt about for— to be able to share the dream we've dreamt about for so _ to be able to share the dream we've dreamt about for so long. _ to be able to share the dream we've dreamt about for so long. we've - to be able to share the dream we've i dreamt about for so long. we've been so lucky— dreamt about for so long. we've been so lucky to— dreamt about for so long. we've been so lucky to live — dreamt about for so long. we've been so lucky to live that _ dreamt about for so long. we've been so lucky to live that dream. _ dreamt about for so long. we've been so lucky to live that dream. we - dreamt about for so long. we've been so lucky to live that dream. we want. so lucky to live that dream. we want kids to _ so lucky to live that dream. we want kids to bem — so lucky to live that dream. we want kids to be... so, the _ so lucky to live that dream. we want kids to be... so, the things - so lucky to live that dream. we want kids to be... so, the things we - so lucky to live that dream. we want kids to be... so, the things we do i kids to be... so, the things we do during _ kids to be... so, the things we do during this — kids to be... so, the things we do during this world _ kids to be... so, the things we do during this world cup _ kids to be... so, the things we do during this world cup and - kids to be... so, the things we do during this world cup and beyond| kids to be... so, the things we do . during this world cup and beyond are very important — during this world cup and beyond are very important. eoin _ during this world cup and beyond are very important-— we're into the final international break of the year. world cup qualifying groups will be completed. england, wales and scotland have plenty resting on their games, northern ireland can't make it to qatar no matter how they get on against lithuania and italy. the ten group winners will make it to the world cup, the runners up, go into the play—offs. england really should finish top of their group, but they had that poor performance last time out at wembley. the draw against hungary meaning they still need four points from their matches at home
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to albania this friday then away in san marino next week. it might be less if second placed poland slip up. there's still huge competition for places in the england squad, especially at right back. reece james is one of those in the mix. i think each one of us has a different style of play. trent has obviously been at the top for quite a few years now, and kyle walker as well, so the competition is very tough. there's also other fallbacks not here as well. also a very good level. yeah, i mean, i'm competing with obviously very good players, so it's quite tough. we just have to keep pushing each other. it's make or break for scotland. a play—off is the best they can hope for. they can clinch that if they win in moldova on friday. kieran tierney should be fit which is good news. they won't want it to boil down
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to their final match against the runaway leaders denmark, who have made it to qatar with eight wins out out of eight and are yet to concede a goal. we've achieved this, we've got into a big _ we've achieved this, we've got into a big tournament. can we take that forward? _ a big tournament. can we take that forward? we've actually got ourselves in a good position. after that result — ourselves in a good position. after that result in austria, when we went to a difficult— that result in austria, when we went to a difficult environment and came away— to a difficult environment and came away with— to a difficult environment and came away with a — to a difficult environment and came away with a great result, and what the guys _ away with a great result, and what the guys can't afford to do is throw it away— the guys can't afford to do is throw it away after all the hard work. there — it away after all the hard work. there is — it away after all the hard work. there is still work to be done. we're — there is still work to be done. we're not _ there is still work to be done. we're not thinking about the market. it's all— we're not thinking about the market. it's all about friday night —— about did mark — wales play their last two qualifiers at home in cardiff, but it's really tight in their group. they need a big win against belarus to move above czech republic on goal difference into second. but then they will probably have to get something out of their game against belgium in theirfinal game, who they hope will have already qualified.
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saturday against belarus, it's a tough — saturday against belarus, it's a tough fixture to _ saturday against belarus, it's a tough fixture to overcome - saturday against belarus, it's a tough fixture to overcome lasti saturday against belarus, it's a - tough fixture to overcome last time. we made _ tough fixture to overcome last time. we made it— tough fixture to overcome last time. we made it harder— tough fixture to overcome last time. we made it harder for— tough fixture to overcome last time. we made it harder for ourselves, - tough fixture to overcome last time. we made it harder for ourselves, so| we made it harder for ourselves, so we can't _ we made it harder for ourselves, so we can't rest — we made it harder for ourselves, so we can't rest on _ we made it harder for ourselves, so we can't rest on our— we made it harder for ourselves, so we can't rest on our laurels- we made it harder for ourselves, so we can't rest on our laurels at all. . we can't rest on our laurels at all. but we're — we can't rest on our laurels at all. but we're confident _ we can't rest on our laurels at all. but we're confident we _ we can't rest on our laurels at all. but we're confident we have - we can't rest on our laurels at all. but we're confident we have the l but we're confident we have the ability— but we're confident we have the ability to— but we're confident we have the ability to overcome _ but we're confident we have the ability to overcome them, - but we're confident we have the ability to overcome them, and l but we're confident we have the - ability to overcome them, and huge three _ ability to overcome them, and huge three points — ability to overcome them, and huge three points at _ ability to overcome them, and huge three points at stake. _ ability to overcome them, and huge three points at stake. first - ability to overcome them, and huge three points at stake. first and - three points at stake. first and foremost— three points at stake. first and foremost get _ three points at stake. first and foremost get it _ three points at stake. first and foremost get it done _ three points at stake. first and foremost get it done in - three points at stake. first and foremost get it done in that. three points at stake. first and - foremost get it done in that game. will be _ foremost get it done in that game. will be very— foremost get it done in that game. will be very nervy. _ time for a quick round up now of some of the day's other football headlines. chelsea women are heading for the top of their champions league group. they're 6—0 up away to swiss side servette. melanie leupolz and fran kirby put them two up before sam kerr added two more before the game was 20 minutes old. it's half—time in switzerland steven gerrard remains high on the list of potential managers to replace dean smith at aston villa. the rangers boss has impressed the club's hierarchy with his work at the scottish champions
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in his first senior management role. manchester united midfielder paul pogba could be out for the rest of the year after picking up a thigh injury while on international duty with france. emma raducanu is playing herfinal tournament of an incredible breakthrough year, and by her next, she should have a full—time coach in place — the german torben beltz tipped to work with the us 0pen champion next season. let's speak to our tennis correspondent, russell fuller. she sets she's into her third set. what a weird match it is. certainly looks like she needs a coach. she’s looks like she needs a coach. she's -la in: an opponent who loves a challenge of competing against a champion. she's
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only 20 herself, but she's a player only 20 herself, but she's a player on the way up, and she played a flawless first set. emma raducanu has done extremely well. to compete in a competitive and complicated second set, it went to the table. raducanu won easily. raducanu is the top seed, but she's been reminded once againjust how top seed, but she's been reminded once again just how tough life is on tour, especially as a us open champion. tour, especially as a us open champion-— tour, especially as a us open champion. tour, especially as a us open chamion. ,, ., ., , ., , champion. she had a couple of wins at the transylvania _ champion. she had a couple of wins at the transylvania open. _ champion. she had a couple of wins at the transylvania open. she - champion. she had a couple of wins at the transylvania open. she had l champion. she had a couple of wins at the transylvania open. she had a bit of a come down at india. she's been flying so low, but she's close to announcing somebody in her corner for next season, torben beltz. yes. for next season, torben beltz. yes, he's not a for next season, torben beltz. yes, he's got a very _ for next season, torben beltz. yes, he's got a very good _ for next season, torben beltz. yes, he's got a very good cv. _ for next season, torben beltz. yes, he's got a very good cv. he - for next season, torben beltz. yes, he's got a very good cv. he is - he's got a very good cv. he is the experienced coach of plenty of grand slam players. she decided not to extend the partnership with andrew
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richardson after they won the us open together. beltz has worked with 0pen together. beltz has worked with angelique kerberfor 0pen together. beltz has worked with angelique kerber for many years. 0pen together. beltz has worked with angelique kerberfor many years. she said they wouldn't be together in 2022. they won the australian open in 2016. the reason we know this is going to happen, subject to the final confirmation from raducanu is the telegraph unearth the picture of torben beltz, raducanu and their agent at a coffee house in october in a week we knew roddick connie was travelling with coaches. 0nce in a week we knew roddick connie was travelling with coaches. once you've been caught on camera, the cap is out —— raducanu. we're expecting raducanu to give us more details. angelique kerber says he's the most positive person she knows. great success with kerber. it's a really
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big decision because raducanu has so much to develop as a player. she probably needs this compassionate figure because she still only 18. i think he appears to be a very good fit indeed. the other player who emma raducanu trial with was estevan, who may and up as part of andy murray's team next year. there are a couple of very good trial there, and she has opted for torben beltz. with his experience in personality, he's not a flashy guy, i think he seems like a very, very good fit for emma raducanu as she sets out on tour next year. the fact she's a us open champion is rather misleading because we know she's played so few tour matches and was outside the top 350 in the world going forward. outside the top 350 in the world going forward-— outside the top 350 in the world auoin forward. ., ., ~ going forward. managing her workload will be another _ going forward. managing her workload will be another thing. _ going forward. managing her workload will be another thing. you _ going forward. managing her workload will be another thing. you mentioned l will be another thing. you mentioned murray there, who's in sweden. is he on court at the moment? he’s
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on court at the moment? he's playing victor derisive — on court at the moment? he's playing victor derisive itch, _ on court at the moment? he's playing victor derisive itch, from _ on court at the moment? he's playing victor derisive itch, from oslo. - victor derisive itch, from 0slo. he's 354 in the world, he's won the first set by six games to one. the winner will play the top seed in the second round tomorrow. he is the first turn up for the atp finals. he's had a stunning year and that will be a much tupper challenge for murray —— much tougher. will be a much tupper challenge for murray -- much tougher.— will be a much tupper challenge for murray -- much tougher. russell, you clearly have — murray -- much tougher. russell, you clearly have two _ murray -- much tougher. russell, you clearly have two tallies _ murray -- much tougher. russell, you clearly have two tallies on _ murray -- much tougher. russell, you clearly have two tallies on the - murray -- much tougher. russell, you clearly have two tallies on the go. - there's a big night of heavyweight boxing coming up in manchester next month. former world championjoseph parker will be looking to take a step back towards a title shot when he takes on derek chisora again. ade adedoyin was at today's news conference with the two fighters. it's been a long time since the division has been this vibrant and had so much depth in the division, the landscape is changing. anthony
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joshua dethroned. tyson fury won against dante wilder. joseph parker will be hoping to keep himself in contention to challenge for one of those titles in the coming years, but he has to get past derek chisora. the first was very close. chisora. the first was very close. chisora put him down. chisora feels the officials were against him and that he should have got the decision. i that he should have got the decision. that he should have got the decision-— that he should have got the decision. , ., ., ., ., ., decision. i need you to get a good referee, decision. i need you to get a good referee. an _ decision. i need you to get a good referee, an american _ decision. i need you to get a good referee, an american referee, - referee, an american referee, because the british ones in the past have stuff to me and messed me around, i do not want your referee to rest referee me i need you to get good referee and good charges for this fight because i know for a
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fact... i this fight because i know for a fact... .. �* this fight because i know for a fact... �* ., , ., ., this fight because i know for a fact... �* ., , fact... i can't afford to lose this. i'm highly _ fact... i can't afford to lose this. i'm highly ranked _ fact... i can't afford to lose this. i'm highly ranked at _ fact... i can't afford to lose this. i'm highly ranked at the - fact... i can't afford to lose this. | i'm highly ranked at the moment. this is— i'm highly ranked at the moment. this is the — i'm highly ranked at the moment. this is the fight... it's one of those — this is the fight... it's one of those fights ijust want to show improvements. i can't lose. i'm doing _ improvements. i can't lose. i'm doing everything possible to be in better— doing everything possible to be in better shape and to be prepared for the pressure that he brings, and 'ust the pressure that he brings, and just the — the pressure that he brings, and just the way that he acts in the whole — just the way that he acts in the whole package. we just the way that he acts in the whole package-— just the way that he acts in the whole package. we know anthony joshua will have _ whole package. we know anthony joshua will have a _ whole package. we know anthony joshua will have a re/max - whole package. we know anthony| joshua will have a re/max against alexander in march —— rematch. tyson fury is expected to defend his title early next year. eddie hearn is hoping that will be a domestic flight. time for a quick round—up now of some of the day's other sports stories. joe marler is out of england's rugby union test match
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with australia this weekend after testing positive for covid. he's been isolating since yesterday evening. the harlequins' prop came on as a second half replacement in their victory over tonga. the start of great britain's qualifying campaign for eurobasket women 2023 against greece on thursday will be shown on the bbc. the match in manchester will be shown live on bbc iplayer, red button and the bbc sport website. wheelchair tennis world number one dylan alcott will retire after the australian open injanuary. this year he completed the "golden slam", winning all four of the quad of the quad singles titles, plus paralympic gold in tokyo. at the age ofjust11, anna hursey played table tennis for wales at the commonwealth games. now she is 15, and playing her part as a un young champion for climate change. she's been speaking to nicola pearson.
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hi, i'm anna hursey. i helped in the un embassy. i think for climate change, we definitely need to take action now instead of in a few years or months. it has to be right now. i think it'sjust such or months. it has to be right now. i think it's just such a massive theme at the moment. just taking notice. i think there's many sports people that can help with it. what encouraged you to be involved in that kind of movement? i what encouraged you to be involved in that kind of movement?— in that kind of movement? i watch on the news all — in that kind of movement? i watch on the news all the _ in that kind of movement? i watch on the news all the time _ in that kind of movement? i watch on the news all the time all _ in that kind of movement? i watch on the news all the time all these - in that kind of movement? i watch on the news all the time all these bad i the news all the time all these bad things happening, and i learned about in school. i'm trying to do
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something, so i'm carbon neutral and i've also got asthma, so in season change, especially when i come back to the uk, my asthma gets worse. it kind of affects everything i'm doing. ii kind of affects everything i'm doinu. , ., �* kind of affects everything i'm doinu. �* kind of affects everything i'm doin., �* ., kind of affects everything i'm doinu. �* ., doing. ifjoe biden ask you for some hel with doing. ifjoe biden ask you for some help with climate _ doing. ifjoe biden ask you for some help with climate change _ doing. ifjoe biden ask you for some help with climate change in - doing. ifjoe biden ask you for some help with climate change in the - doing. ifjoe biden ask you for some help with climate change in the un, | help with climate change in the un, how did that come about? i’m a help with climate change in the un, how did that come about? i'm a young chamion how did that come about? i'm a young champion for— how did that come about? i'm a young champion for the _ how did that come about? i'm a young champion for the un _ how did that come about? i'm a young champion for the un fc _ how did that come about? i'm a young champion for the un fc and _ how did that come about? i'm a young champion for the un fc and as a - champion for the un fc and as a company... and they kind of, the un heard about it and my table tennis as well. they sent me an email saying they would like to help, which was great, and obviously i wanted to help. now i'm seeing what i can do for them. i might be speaking in schools, because i also speaking in schools, because i also speak mandarin.— speak mandarin. what you think sorts speak mandarin. what you think sports can _ speak mandarin. what you think sports can do- _ speak mandarin. what you think sports can do. there _ speak mandarin. what you think sports can do. there are - speak mandarin. what you think| sports can do. there are smaller thins sports can do. there are smaller things like _ sports can do. there are smaller things like walking _ sports can do. there are smaller things like walking to _ sports can do. there are smaller things like walking to training i sports can do. there are smaller things like walking to training of| things like walking to training of driving or using their bike or
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offsetting their carbon. but it's still things like... there are motor plastic, especially in table tennis. it's tonnes and tonnes of plastic balls, but if that changes, it's a massive change in the whole sport. but i think some sports could make a massive difference because i think once more people know about it and try and take action, there'll be some changes. finally, the manchester united and england striker marcus rashford has received his mbe today from the duke of cambridge. the striker has been recognised for his campaign to support vulnerable children. this is after he led a campaign for free school meals during the start of the pandemic. rashford dedicated his mbe to his mother. chelsea women have hit a seventh
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against yvette women. emma raducanu, as we were seeing in action in her final tournament, as we were seeing in action in her finaltournament, it as we were seeing in action in her final tournament, it is 2—2. you can follow that on the bbc sport website. it's goodbye for now. the weather isn't looking to bag, generally speaking. there's a fair bit of cloud around across western and northern areas —— too bad. we've also had some sunshine earlier on across east anglia. across much of
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england, generally cloudy, and here's that damp weather across wales in the northwest of england. to the north, there are showers, but the skies will be generally clear through the evening. it's going to be quite cold in scotland. where we've got the cloud in this weather front, across england and wales, it will be a very mild night like last night. tomorrow, this is a slow—moving weather front over the southern third of the country. 15 degrees in london. in the north, the odd shower.
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hello, i'm ros atkins, this is 0utside source. the this is 0utside source. european union is accusing belarus the european union is accusing belarus of gangster style abuse and of luring migrants to its border. poland public prime minister is warning of an armed escalation. tote warning of an armed escalation. we know warning of an armed escalation. - know that this is a fully planned operation which aims to disrupt the sovereignty of our country. we know for sure that there is a search for weak spots happening on the border. at least to those of you were trying to cross from belarus and more countries are reacting to the situation. lithuania has declared a state of emergency on its border. the un says more than a dozen of its staff in ethiopia have been arrested. in government raids targeting ethnic people in to cry. ?

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