Mark Pougatch and Mark Saggers host live from Frankfurt, featuring at 11.00 commentary on the rugby union international between Australia and England in Sydney, with Ian Robertson ,
Alastair Hignell and Gareth Chilcott. At 12 noon the British Formula One Grand Prix, with commentary by David Croft and Maurice Hamilton. And finally, full commentary on the three World Cup games, including at 2.00pm Netherlands v Serbia and Montenegro in Leipzig, with commentary by Nigel Adderley , Mike Sewell and Spurs head coach Martin Jol ; at 5.00 Mexico v Iran, with commentary by Ali Bruce-Ball , David Oates and Celtic striker
Dion Dublin ; and at 8.00 Angola v Portugal in Cologne, with commentary by Conor McNamara ,
Darren Fletcher and former England captain Jimmy Armfield.
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