Whether in your car, on the terraces or suffering from overindulgence, follow your favourite team this New Year's Day with your host Ian Darke. Football: extensive coverage from around the country with reporters at top games including NOTTINGHAM FOREST V LIVERPOOL MANCHESTER UTD V NEWCASTLE
ARSENAL V WIMBLEDON and the traditional Old Firm game in Scotland - RANGERS V CELTIC. Cricket: Benson and Hedges Challenge
A report on England's opening one-day match in the round-robin series with Australia,
Pakistan and the West Indies.
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN JENKINS is the reporter.
There's also yachting news from Fremantle, results from today's Rugby League, Rugby Union and racing.
Editor MIKE LEWIS
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