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Michael Emons and Jack Skelton

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  1. Thanks and goodbye

    Well, that was frantic. That is the end of today's Sportsday.

    Stay across the BBC Sport website for all the weekend's sports action including Premier League football, World Snooker Championships semi-finals and final, Russian Grand Prix, Anthony Joshua versus Wladimir Klitschko and much, much more.

    Sportsday will be back at 08:00 BST on Tuesday. Thanks for joining us and bye for now.

  2. Team news

    Tottenham v Arsenal (Sunday, 16:30 BST)

    Tottenham's Mousa Dembele is a doubt after picking up an ankle injury in the win at Crystal Palace. Goalkeeper Michel Vorm could return to the squad but Danny Rose is still absent with a knee injury.

    Arsene Wenger has given centre-back Laurent Koscielny a "60% chance" of playing after suffering a knee injury against Leicester. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is fit but Shkodran Mustafi is missing with a thigh problem.

    Mousa Dembele
  3. Groenewegen wins Tour de Yorkshire Stage One


    Lotto NL-Jumbo's Dylan Groenewegen has won stage one of the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire, edging out Orica-Scott's Caleb Ewan in a sprint finish.

    There was a big, ugly-looking crash in the finale in Scarborough unfortunately.

    A full report up on the BBC Sport website soon.

  4. Team news

    Middlesbrough v Manchester City (Sunday, 14:05 BST)

    Gaston Ramirez is back in contention for Middlesbrough after missing the win over Sunderland because of suspension. Daniel Ayala is doubtful after twisting his ankle, while Victor Valdes and Grant Leadbitter could miss out again.

    Manchester City will be without goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, whose season could be over after he suffered a calf injury in the Manchester derby. There are concerns over the fitness of David Silva and John Stones, but Bacary Sagna returns after five weeks out.

    Claudio Bravo
  5. Team news

    Everton v Chelsea (Sunday, 14:05 BST)

    Leighton Baines is set to make his 350th appearance for Everton, who have no new injury concerns. Enner Valencia returns after being ineligible to face West Ham but Aaron Lennon, Seamus Coleman and Ramiro Funes Mori all remain sidelined.

    Chelsea have a fully-fit squad available as they look to go seven points clear of Tottenham. Diego Costa (pictured), Eden Hazard and Pedro are expected to lead Chelsea's challenge at Goodison Park.

    Diego Costa
  6. Team news

    Manchester United v Swansea City (Sunday, 12:00 BST)

    Manchester United will be without midfielder Marouane Fellaini after his red card in the Manchester derby. Defender Tim Fosu-Mensah suffered a shoulder problem in that game and joins a lengthy injury list, which includes midfielders Paul Pogba and Juan Mata.

    Swansea midfielder Jack Cork and defender Martin Olsson are expected to return after recovering from respective ankle and hamstring injuries. Wayne Routledge is ruled out after having a hernia operation on Tuesday.

    Marouane Fellaini
  7. BreakingTottenham to play at Wembley in 2017-18


    Breaking news from Tottenham...

  8. A new dawn?

    Joshua v Klitschko

    Luke Reddy

    BBC Sport boxing reporter at Wembley


    There's no doubting the significance of these times in heavyweight boxing. A young, articulate man could be about to put his name up in the division where lights shine brightest.

    Anthony Joshua speaks like a man taking all this in his giant stride.

    In truth, I think organisers and those around Joshua may be disappointed with today's turnout, though he looked unmoved and knocked off rapid-fire interviews before heading away from Wembley.

    There was talk of 6,000 turning up. In reality it was probably nearer half that. Rest assured tomorrow's crowd will not be a let down. The sport of boxing is waiting eagerly as the heavyweight division prepares to take its latest twist.

    Catch it all on 5 live from 21:00 BST on Saturday with text commentary and colour on this website from 19:30 BST.

  9. Don't miss the fantastic five-a-side finale


    A player in the 2017 FA People's Cup

    Teams up and down the country are getting excited about playing at the weekend - and especially those who have made it through to the FA People's Cup finals in Birmingham this weekend.

    There are 16 different categories all vying for their individual trophies and you'll be able to catch up with how they do with our live coverage on Sunday, 30 April and Monday, 1 May.

  10. Team news

    Crystal Palace v Burnley (Saturday, 17:30 BST)

    Crystal Palace loanee Mamadou Sakho could miss the remainder of the season with strained knee ligaments. Scott Dann and James Tomkins are also sidelined, so Martin Kelly and Damien Delaney might be paired at centre-back.

    Burnley will be without Joey Barton, who has been banned for 18 months, while defender Ben Mee is a doubt with a shin injury. Stephen Ward should be fit after a knee problem, and Sam Vokes and Scott Arfield could also be available.

  11. Team news

    West Brom v Leicester (Saturday, 15:00 BST)

    West Brom head coach Tony Pulis will be without influential winger Matt Phillips and forward Hal Robson-Kanu. The pair suffered hamstring problems in training on Tuesday and could also miss the trip to Burnley next weekend.

    Leicester are hopeful that captain Wes Morgan (pictured) will return from the hamstring injury that kept him out of the midweek defeat by Arsenal. Club record signing Islam Slimani is expected to be available after three matches out with a groin injury.

    Wes Morgan
  12. Team news

    Stoke City v West Ham (Saturday, 15:00 BST)

    Stoke City manager Mark Hughes is hopeful Jon Walters will be available this weekend despite nursing a knee injury. Jack Butland will keep his place in goal after returning from 13 months out with ankle problems last week.

    West Ham striker Andy Carroll has been ruled out again with a groin injury, but Mark Noble and Sam Byram return from suspension. However, Cheikhou Kouyate, Winston Reid, Arthur Masuaku and Diafra Sakho are all injury doubts for the Hammers.

    Jack Butland
  13. Tour de Yorkshire - Stage One


    There's 20km to go towards Scarborough in stage one of the Tour de Yorkshire.

    There are two riders out front, but they only hold a gap of 41 seconds over the main peloton now and their race will soon be won.

    That should set it up nicely for a bunch sprint finish. Watch out for Nacer Bouhanni and Caleb Ewan in that one, should they all arrive into Scarborough together. 

    You can follow updates of the finish here.

  14. Team news

    Sunderland v Bournemouth (Saturday, 15:00 BST)

    Sunderland manager David Moyes has fitness concerns over four players. Lee Cattermole, Darron Gibson, Jack Rodwell (pictured) and Jason Denayer are all nursing injuries and will be assessed, while Sebastian Larsson must complete a three-match ban.

    Bournemouth midfielder Dan Gosling will miss the game because of a calf problem sustained in last weekend's 4-0 win over Middlesbrough. Cherries manager Eddie Howe otherwise has no fresh injury concerns.

    Jack Rodwell
  15. Post update

    Right, we're not exactly short of sport this weekend, especially with a busy Premier League weekend.

    Need to know who's in and out of the starting sides? Perhaps for fantasy football purposes?

    Good. There's plenty of team news coming up next...

  16. Team Sky's Viviani wins Stage Three


    While one peloton wends its way through Yorkshire, another one has just finished their day's work in Switzerland.

    And it's Team Sky's Italian sprinter Elia Viviani who has surged to victory on Stage Three in the Tour de Romandie, ahead of compatriot Sonny Colbrelli of Bahrain-Merida.

  17. BreakingMurray into Barcelona Open semis


    And that's long! Albert Ramos-Vinolas cracks a forehand beyond the baseline on the second match point and Andy Murray is through to the Barcelona Open semi-finals.

    It was a very nervy one for the Scot, who was one set down and had to save plenty of break points in the second.

    But the world number one found his form just in time to see off the Spanish 10th seed.

    Andy Murray
  18. Ramos-Vinolas closes, Murray responds


    The Spanish 10th seed isn't beaten yet though, reeling off three straight points to make it 4-3...

    But an ace and a superb serve and volley from Andy Murray gives the world number one three match points...

  19. Murray in control of tie-break


    Andy Murray is not messing about in this tie break, he's raced into a 4-0 lead.

    Just a few points away from the Barcelona Open semi-finals now...