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Patrick Jennings and Richard Winton

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Right then, that's all for another Sportsday. Thanks for reading, and excellent work on all your film posters.   

    We'll be back tomorrow morning at 08:00 GMT. See you then.

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    Leicester: The Impossible Team will be broadcast on 5 live Sport this evening from 19:30 GMT, with the guest-list including the Hollywood film producer who is planning to make Jamie Vardy: The Movie.

    So, what sporting movie would you make?

  3. Bangladesh 69-3 (India 146-7)


    It's going to be a very tight finish in the India v Bangladesh game - the second World Twenty20 offering of the day after England's victory over Afghanistan (harder than it should have been). 

    Replying to the tournament hosts 146-7, Bangladesh have just lost another wicket (and smashed another six) on their way towards 147 to win. At 77-3 with a little more than 10 overs remaining, which way is this going to go? 

    You can follow live text, radio commentary and in-play video highlights here.

  4. Martin claims stage win at Volta


    It's been a dramatic day at the Volta a Catalunya in northern Spain, where Chris Froome, Geraint Thomas and Ben Swift are all competing.

    Race leader Nacer Bouhanni abandoned as the seven-stage race headed into the Pyrenees on day three, with Irishman Dan Martin climbing fastest to take the stage win and the top the overall standings.

    Alberto Contador followed closely behind - two seconds back - thereby gaining valuable time over Froome, who was another 10 seconds slower in eighth.

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  6. Hartley 'cannot remember' trophy lift

    Rugby Union

    England win Six Nations

    England captain Dylan Hartley says he cannot remember lifting the Six Nations trophy after a blow to the head.

    The 29-year-old hooker was taken off after being knocked out by the knee of France's Uini Atonio, before returning to lift the Grand Slam winners' trophy.

    "Trying to piece the night together I can't remember certain things so it's almost like a drunken night," he said.

    "I'm looking at photos, trying to remember things. I can't remember the post-match presentations."

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    Leicester: The Impossible Team will be broadcast on 5 live Sport on Wednesday from 19:30 GMT, with the guest-list including the Hollywood film producer who is planning to make Jamie Vardy: The Movie.

    So what sporting movie would you make?

  8. Ninth win in 12 years for Campbell


    Olympic bronze medallist Alan Campbell recorded his ninth win in 12 years at the GB Rowing trials at Caversham.

    The 32-year-old Northern Irishman held off Graeme Thomas and Angus Groom in the single scull to move within one of the record held by Katherine Grainger.

    There was also a fourth consecutive win for Moe Sbihi, while Heather Stanning, Helen Glover, Alex Gregory and Vicky Thornley enjoyed their third victories.

    The results will help decide the crews for May's European Championships.

    And that will have a say on which rower is in which boat for the Olympic Games.

  9. Bedene loses Davis Cup appeal


    Bedene said: “Of course I am very sad with today’s result and that it has not gone the way I had hoped. 

    "I would like to thank all the fans, my team and the LTA for continuing to support me all the way. I will have to assess my situation now before I decide on what steps to take next.”

  10. Bedene loses Davis Cup appeal


    Aljaz Bedene has lost an appeal against a decision to deny him eligibility to represent Great Britain in the Davis Cup.

    Bedene, 26, played three Davis Cup ties for Slovenia - the country of his birth - before becoming a British citizen in March 2015.

    That was after the International Tennis Federation introduced a rule preventing players from representing more than one country.

  11. Bangladesh 10-0 (India 146-7)


    We could be in for a very exciting finish in the India v Bangladesh game over in the World Twenty20 by the way. India were many people's pre-tournament favourites, but lost their opener against New Zealand and are in real danger of slipping to defeat again...

    Bangladesh need 147 from their 20 overs, having restricted the tournament hosts to 146-7...

    You can follow live text, radio commentary and in-play video highlights here.

  12. Saints must be 'exceptional' - Wilkin

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    Jon Wilkin

    St Helens captain Jon Wilkin says they will have to be "exceptional" to win their Super League game against Wigan on Good Friday.

    "For the guys who haven't played in this game before, it's something we have been telling them about since pre-season," he told BBC Radio Merseyside.

    "Since I have started playing with St Helens, the Good Friday derby game has been the one of the most memorable days of my career."

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    Which got us thinking. What sporting movie would you make? And what would the poster look like?..

  14. Leicester: The Impossible Team

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    This 5 live Sport Special will be broadcast from 19:30 GMT, with the guest-list including the Hollywood film producer who is planning to make Jamie Vardy: The Movie. But what would the trailer look like...?

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    Video caption: Leicester City: How the Foxes became 'The Impossible Team'
  15. Chelsea to finish top?


    The Women's Super League kicks off tonight with hopes high for a thrilling campaign. 

    The title has gone down to the wire on two successive years, with defending champions Chelsea the team to beat... 

    BBC Sport's Andrew Aloia takes a look at the front runners for this season.   

    Chelsea winners
  16. Fina responds to Times allegations


    Fina also said it has focused anti-doping efforts on Russian athletes after the World Anti-doping Agency report which uncovered systemic performance-enhancing drugs use in athletics in the country.  

    Its statement added: "While Fina is not aware of any concrete evidence of systemic doping in Russian swimming, we have taken a particularly robust approach to our anti-doping procedures in relation to Russia and Russian competitions, in light of Wada's recent investigation."

  17. Fina responds to Times allegations


    Swimming's world governing body Fina has issued a statement in response to allegations about doping in the sport made in the Times.

    The paper says they have uncovered an "alarming picture of systematic drug use" in Russia, with links to the doping scandal that has engulfed athletics in the country.

    In its statement Fina says it has asked the Times "to share with us any information they may have which might assist us in our primary objective of protecting clean athletes in swimming". 

    "Any new allegations of doping in our sport, which are substantiated by evidence and which have not already been addressed, will be investigated as a matter of utmost urgency, because we have absolutely zero tolerance for the use of performance-enhancing substances in swimming," the statement adds.

    Swimming pool general view
  18. Zlatan off to China?

    Football gossip

    Where's Zlatan Ibrahimovic off to eh? China? According to the Sun, the Paris Saint-Germain striker is set to be offered a 'stunning' £59m deal to turn down a move to England and join the Chinese Super League.

    The 34-year-old Sweden international becomes a free agent in the summer...

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  20. Drivers demand change in F1

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    Andrew Benson

    Chief F1 writer

    Formula 1 drivers

    Formula 1 drivers have demanded change at the top of the sport, saying its decision-making process is "obsolete and ill-structured".

    Grand Prix Drivers' Association (GPDA) directors Jenson Button, Sebastian Vettel and Alex Wurz have written a letter on behalf of the drivers.

    It "urges the owners and stakeholders of F1 to restructure its governance".

    Some recent decisions are "disruptive", avoid "the bigger issues" and "could jeopardise F1's success", it adds.

    Read the full story over here.