Adebayor's started so well for Man City
Crown Jewels and Compensation
At ten o clock this morning the review of sport's "crown jewels" is expected to recommend that the home Ashes tests and international football qualifiers for the home nations should return to free-to-air TV. David Davies, the former executive director of the FA, who's been leading the review will be taking your calls from 12 today. And we'll get reaction from Giles Clarke - the chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board.
Plus, we'll examine the case of Jay jones. Jay - the three year old boy who was attacked with a car jack eleven times by his friend who was also three at the time. A landmark ruling has decided he IS entitled to compensation and could get up to twenty thousand pounds. We'll speak to his mother.