John Inverdale and the team present coverage of the men's quarter-finals from the All England Club. The commentary team includes Richard Evans , lain Carter, Tony Adamson and Clare Balding, and there is expert comment and analysis from
Frew McMillan , Christine Janes ,
Peter McNamara ,
Annabel Croft and Mark Petchey.
Including News Extra with David McNeil at 7.00.
Mark Steel hosts the comedy sports quiz, which this week relives one of the greatest upsets in the history of the FA Cup final - Leeds v Sunderland in 1973. The Mackems were the underdogs but they achieved glorious results against the Mighty Whites. Dave Watson and Dennis
Tueart for Sunderland test their knowledge of the great day against Paul Reaney and John Peel for Leeds.
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