Investigative reports, entertainment features and current affairs. And after 11.00 the 5 Live Report. World Cup Touts. Matthew Chapman reports on a loophole in the law that allows touts to sell tickets for this summer's World Cup for up to £700 per game. Plus an investigation into Fifa's allocation of tickets to the corporate hospitality industry.
Eleanor Oldroyd presents live coverage of the Carling Cup final, with Wigan taking on Manchester United. Premiership action gets underway at
12.15pm at Anf ield, where Liverpool play host to
Manchester City. Plus reports from Bolton's match against Fulham; the build-up to the first cup final of the season, with live commentary from Cardiff at
3.00: and all the goals as they go in from West Brom v Middlesbrough. Also, Six Nations action from
Dublin, where Ireland take on Wales, domestic rugby union from the Premiership, third-round fixtures in rugby league's Super League, cricket news from
England's tour match in India and reports from the closing day of the Winter Olympics in Turin.
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