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Mark Pougatch presents live coverage of racing from Aintree, with races at 1.45pm, 2.15, 2.50, 3.25 and the Grand National at 4.15. Cornelius Lysaght and the 5 Live team provide build-up and analysis, with commentary by John Hunt , Matthew Hill , Dougie Fraser , Gary O'Brien , Luke Harvey , Robert Cooper and Rob Nothman. And at 12.45 commentary on Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City, with reports on the pick of the day's 3.00 kick-offs. Plus Davis Cup tennis news, with Jonathan Overend in Glasgow, news from the US Masters golf and rugby union's Premiership and Celtic League, and the latest from the British swimming championships. And they're off!: page 37
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