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Introduced by Harry Carpenter
League Cup Football
Highlights of one of tonight's semi-final matches which are played on a two-leg format. Commentator JOHN MOTSON World Championship Boxing from Las Vegas Wilfred Benitez (Puerto Rico) v Roberto Duran (Panama) for the WBC Light-Middleweight Championship
A clash of the ' super-champions '. Benitez (23) is one of the few men to win world titles at three different weights and he defends the crown he took so savagely from Britain's Maurice Hope. Duran (30) won two world titles before a brief retirement and his nickname ' Stoneface' reflects a grim, uncompromising approach, which appeared to crack when he ' turned his back' and retired in his last fight against ' Sugar' Ray Leonard.
European Figure Skating Championships from Lyons, France
Britain's World and European champions JAYNE TORVILL and CHRISTOPHER DEAN reach the half-way stage in their bid to retain their title with today's Original Set Pattern Dance.
Plus the pairs free-skating programme.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS
World Ski-ing Championships from Haus, Austria
The Ladies Giant Slalom
Today's race could be a family affair with West Germany's famous epple sisters, marile and IRENE, both in the quest for medals. Commentator DAVID VINE
Television presentation: Football FRED VINER


Introduced By: Harry Carpenter
Commentator: John Motson
Unknown: Wilfred Benitez
Unknown: Roberto Duran
Unknown: Maurice Hope.
Unknown: Ray Leonard.
Unknown: Jayne Torvill
Editor: Harold Anderson

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