Sitting in for Eamonn Holmes , with Beverley Turner and Colin Paterson on one of the biggest sporting days of the year, with sports speculation and interviews with the biggest stars in sport and entertainment.
Mark Pougatch presents live Premiership action, with full commentary on Aston Villa v Arsenal at 12.45pm. Plus reports from all the day's other matches, - including Chelsea v Birmingham - and all the goals as they go in across the country.
And from 3.00 commentary from one of the afternoon games, which include Manchester United v Bolton and Middlesbrough v Manchester City. Plus Premiership rugby union and racing.
Mark Lawrenson hosts a football phone-in. To have your say on the day's English and Scottish
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