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Lance Hardy | 14:58 UK time, Friday, 18 August 2006

A new season, and a new-look Score relaunches on BBCi tomorrow at 2.30pm.

We’re introducing a new graphics look from a new presentation studio which has meant a lot of work over the summer for me, producer Emma Josling, head of presentation Simon Buglione and new graphics company Delta Tre.

Both Emma and myself were in Berlin for the World Cup producing Football Focus and several of the Match of the Day highlights programmes so it's fair to say it's been a busy summer.

You'll see a few changes when you access the programme via the red button.

Firstly, the studio now fills the whole screen - looking much more like a traditional football show.

Secondly, a new bank of screens in the studio and a new studio layout means rather than being restricted to watching just one match, our guests will be across all Premiership games at all times.

As there are six 3pm kick-offs this Saturday there promises to be even more lively debate and discussion.

This Saturday, Ray Stubbs is joined by Garth Crooks, Gary Pallister and Gavin Peacock. As well as discussing the day's football, the boys will also be trying to predict the outcome of the day's matches on the highly competitive Score Seven - our interactive football predictions game with Premiership tickets up for grabs every week.

Carlton Palmer was the top pundit last season - he'll be keeping across developments from his villa in Portugal!

Score has reporters at every game in the Premiership and Championship plus selected games in Coca-Cola League One, League Two and the SPL - this means more than 20 reporters at matches up and down the country every Saturday.

This weekend we’re at Nottingham Forest v Brighton, Port Vale v Chesterfield, Darlington v Swindon and Lincoln v Walsall. We are also at the big match north of the border between Rangers and Hearts.

Results and tables from all the minor leagues will also feature, all the way down to the Nationwide Conference North where this weekend my home-town team Worksop visit Hyde in search of their first goal of the new season!

The panel would love to hear your thoughts and answer your questions - via e-mail or text - ahead of the new season and throughout the campaign. I’m also be keen to hear what you think to the new-look show on the blog.

I do hope you can join us on Saturday. Enjoy the new season.

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