with Mark Curry.
There's a chance to beat
SID the obnoxious computer, and to win a prize on the news quiz, Marks out of Ten. Plus: take part in a special FA Cup competition. Tel: [number removed]693
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Introduced from Wembley by John Inverdale.
The FA Cup Final: Nottingham Forest v Tottenham Hotspur Can Paul Gascoigne and Gary Lineker do to Forest what they did to Arsenal in the semi-final? Or will Brian Clough win the one major trophy which has so far eluded him in his colourful career?
Mike Ingham ,
Alan Green and David Pleat.
Tennents Scottish Cup: Dundee Utd v
Motherwell Roddy Forsyth reports from Hampden Park.
Plus cricket scoreboards, tennis, motorcycling, golf. • SPORT: page 14
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