Ian Dennis hosts a special Good Friday programme, including a busy day of football, starting with commentary from the Championship and the important match between Leicester and Derby. Plus all the goals as they go in elsewhere across the UK. The action shifts to the Premiership at 5.15, with Manchester City and Charlton in a match that could prove vital in this year's relegation battle. Plus
Everton v Fulham at 7.30, and a round-up of the day's other sport, including the Masters golf,
Davis Cup tennis (Britain v Holland), rugby union's Premiership, rugby league's Super League and insider news ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
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