Stuart Hall presents a sporting debate about who is the greatest. This week football managers. David Fairclough and Tommy Docherty argue for Liverpool's Bob Paisley , while George Burley and Arthur Albiston take the side of Manchester Utd's Alex Ferguson.
with Russell Fuller
Cricket International Triangular series final at
Lord's. Plus County championship matches. Athletics European Cupfrom Bremen, Germany. Formula One Final qualifyingfortomorrow's European Grand Prix, from the Nurburgring. Rugby Union British Lions's warm-up game against New South Wales Waratahs.
Golf Updates of the penultimate day of the European Grand Prix at De Vere Slaley Halle. Tennis Finals of the Nottingham Open and Eastbourne International Ladies.
SuperWkes World championship eighth round.
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