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Eleanor Oldroyd hosts the Weekend Preview Show, in which big-name studio guests assess topical sports issues, including a look ahead to the weekend games, which include Liverpool v Arsenal, Watford v Chelsea and Manchester United v Blackburn.
And from 9.15 there's European Cup rugby union, World Swimming Championships in Melbourne, tennis from the Masters Series in Miami, cricket news, and a look at this weekend's games in rugby league's Challenge Cup.
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