Mark Saggers hosts live sports news and debate, including at 7.00 an in-depth look at the big stories of the day. And at 8.00 Think Tank, featuring David Conn , who is joined by former Football League chief executive David Burns , former Scottish International Pat Nevin , and York City fan and director Sophie McGill.
Discussion topics include Uefa's new proposals regarding home-grown players and the the role of football fans in the boardrooms at clubs.
And at 9.40 cricket news, including the England A team's tour of Sri Lanka.
Plus the weekend's football stories, featuring Mark Clemmit 's reports on the Football League and Dave Farrar 's European Round-up.
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