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Introduced by Frank Bough World Cup Football .
Eight days before kick-off in the opening match, a film report from the Scottish World Cup Squad on tour to Belgium and Norway. JOHN MOTSON SAYS : 'The two matches on the pre-World Cup tour will give the Scottish manager Willy Ormond his last chance to assess his 22 players and select his team for Scotland's opening World Cup match against Zaire on Friday week.
'Although neither Belgium or Norway have qualified for the World Cup they will both be fielding their full national teams for these matches - with Belgium the stronger of the two.
' In the past these tours have often given managers a last-minute insight into their team's capacities and a chance to put the final touches to their strategy. They're very important.' The Derby
The winning jockey talks to JULIAN WILSON about how he won today's Epsom classic. Clark v Large
Last night's ten-round bantam-weight fight between Britain's European champion Johnny Clark and American Earl Large of New Mexico, from the Royal Albert Hall.
Boxing TV Presentation by BOB DUNCAN Producer BRIAN VENNER Editor ALAN HART


Introduced By: Frank Bough
Unknown: John Motson Says
Unknown: Julian Wilson
Unknown: Johnny Clark
Unknown: Albert Hall.
Commentator: Harry Carpenter
Presentation By: Bob Duncan
Producer: Brian Venner
Editor: Alan Hart

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