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Summary

  1. EL semis: Villarreal v Liverpool; Shakhtar v Sevilla
  2. CL semis: Man City v Real Madrid; Atletico v Bayern
  3. Andy Murray beat Milos Raonic 6-2 6-0 in Monaco
  4. 13 Premier League managers speaking to media

Live Reporting

By Jamie Lillywhite and Emlyn Begley

All times stated are UK

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Villa phone-in

Football

If you could ask Randy Lerner question, what would it be? What would you say? Tell us on the phone in at 5:30 #avfc

If you could ask Randy Lerner question, what would it be? What would you say? Tell us on the phone in at 5:30 #avfc

Sportshour on the BBC World Service

BBC World Service

Saturday's Sportshour on the World Service will feature an interview with Vladimir Radmanovic on the retirement of five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant.

Vladimir Radmanović says it was hard to turn down Kobe Bryant's invite to become a Laker

Sportshour Saturday is presented by Caroline Barker at 09:00 GMT (10:00 BST).  

Live on BBC Sport

Football

Championship football
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Live coverage available on the BBC Sport website and smart phone app.

19:30 - 22:00 BST, Championship football - Follow live text coverage of two Championship games as Brighton and Hull look to maintain their promotion challenge. 

Live on BBC Sport

Rugby Union

Scrum V live page
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Live coverage available on the BBC Sport website and smart phone app.

19:00 - 22:30 BST, Bristol v Moseley - Listen to live BBC Radio Bristol commentary as Bristol face Moseley in the Championship.

19:25 - 21:30 BST, Scrum V: Ospreys v Treviso - Watch live coverage from the Pro12 as Ospreys host Treviso.

19:30 - 21:30 BST, Leinster v Edinburgh - Watch BBC Alba coverage of Leinster's Pro12 match against Edinburgh, with Gaelic and English commentary options.

19:30 - 22:00 BST, Gloucester v Exeter - Follow live text and radio commentary as high-flying Exeter Chiefs visit Gloucester in the Premiership.

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Rugby League

Rugby :eague
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Live coverage available on the BBC Sport website and smart phone app.

19:00 - 22:30 BST, Super league and Challenge Cup: Huddersfield Giants v Warrington Wolves, Leeds Rhinos v Hull, Wigan Warriors v Castleford Tigers, Dewsbury Rams v York City Knights - Listen to live BBC local radio commentary from Friday's action in the Super League and Challenge Cup.

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Swimming

British Swimming Championships
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Live coverage availabe on the BBC Sport website and smart phone app.

18:30 - 20:30 BST, British Swimming Championships - Listen to live radio commentary of the British Swimming Championships from Tollcross, Glasgow.

Live on BBC Sport

Boxing

Boxing live page
BBC

Live coverage available on the BBC Sport website and smart phone app.

11:55 - 19:00 BST, Boxing Olympic qualifiers - Watch live coverage from Samsun, Turkey, as Europe's best amateur boxers compete for qualification at this year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

We're almost finished now on Sportsday but what's coming up on the BBC tonight. Let's take a look...

Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez celebrating a goal

Nicola K Smith

Business reporter

Wearable sensors sending performance data to the cloud are transforming the world of sport.

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Manchester City fans

Paul Moss

The World Tonight

The World Tonight's Paul Moss reports on two activist campaign groups and asks how much influence they could have on the EU referendum.

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West Ham boss Slaven Bilic

John Hartson

MOTD pundit

Boss Slaven Bilic is the perfect fit for West Ham's exciting future, says Match of the Day pundit John Hartson.

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Jonas Olsson (left) and Gareth McAuley

West Bromwich Albion defenders Jonas Olsson and Gareth McAuley sign new one-year contract extensions until 2017.

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Cardiff City manager Russell Slade

Ian Hunt

BBC Wales Sport

Cardiff manager Russell Slade surprised by reports that he will be offered a new contract, but believes he deserves one.

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Jakob Haugaard

Stoke City boss Mark Hughes is prepared to switch between goalkeepers Jakob Haugaard and Shay Given if necessary.

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Jess Fishlock

In her latest column for BBC Wales Sport, Jess Fishlock looks back at Wales' Euro 2017 qualification win over Kazakhstan.

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Manchester United and Germany midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger

Injured midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger is unlikely to play for Manchester United again this season, says boss Louis van Gaal.

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Celtic manager Ronny Deila

Alasdair Lamont

BBC Scotland

Celtic boss Ronny Deila says "at our best, we can beat anyone" before his side meet Rangers in Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final.

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Frank Sinclair

Former Chelsea defender Frank Sinclair leaves his role as manager of National League North strugglers Hednesford Town.

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Rangers' Mark Warburton and Celtic's Ronny Deila

Alasdair Lamont

BBC Scotland

Mark Warburton admits there is a gap between his Rangers team and Celtic but aims to close it next season.

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Gary Burnett

A semi-professional footballer who falsely claimed he would be injured for a month after a road accident is handed a suspended prison sentence.

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Aston Villa fans

Reports and team news for the weekend's Premier League games as Aston Villa are relegated and Newcastle boost their hopes.

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Football

As we approach the weekend, here's a selection of some football stories you might have missed today...

Move over Manchester United...

Football

The man who travels a 5000 mile round trip to watch non league football

Woakes agrees new Bears deal

County cricket

England all-rounder Chris Woakes has agreed a contract extension with Warwickshire to the end of the 2019 season.

The 27-year-old has so far played six Tests, 43 one-day internationals and eight T20 games for the national team.

Wicketkeeper Tim Ambrose, 33, and pace bowler Chris Wright, 30, have committed themselves to Warwickshire until 2018.

Chris Woakes
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Premier League fascinates Donadoni

Football

BBC World Service

Roberto Donadoni
EPA

Bologna coach Roberto Donadoni has told the BBC World Football Show that he’s planning to stay at the club, despite reports linking him with the Italy job. He says a return to AC Milan would tempt him in the future – as would a move to the Premier League…

“I have always been fascinated by the idea of managing in the Premier League. I had a few chances in the recent past, but in the end it didn’t go that way. There were conversations but it never got to anything really definitive, so I made different choices. But I do like the idea of working in England."

Park Ji Sung and Uli Stielike assess South Korea's chances of reaching the 2018 World Cup

Sir Bradley Wiggins excited by new RideLondon 46-mile challenge

Get Inspired

A feel of a professional race - Wiggins

Tour de France winner and Olympic gold medallist Sir Bradley Wiggins says the new RideLondon 46-mile challenge is a "fantastic opportunity for people at an entry level".

The event will take place on Sunday, 31 July - after the last wave of the 100-mile ride taking place that weekend - and is open for entries until Friday, 28 April.

Click here to find out more about cycling and how to get involved.

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Your greatest sporting comebacks:

Nathan: Boston RedSox World Series 2004. Down 3-0 in a best of 7 series against their bitter rivals, came back and won the whole thing!

Samuel Ball: Greatest sporting comeback perhaps not surprisingly involves Liverpool again. Istanbul 2005. Say no more.

Will Bains: Great sporting comebacks? Feb '04, FA Cup replay, Man City losing 3-0 at HT away at Spurs and down to 10 men, win the game 4-3

Beep Beep: Angola-Mali, 2010 African Cup Of Nations. 4-0 at 75 mins. Ended 4-4! 

Sport quiz of the week

Quiz

Nicola Adams- Sport quiz of the week
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Snooker mess-ups, boxing glory and England's new young gun? How closely have you been following this week's sport stories. Find out here.

British Championships

Swimming

Jo Currie

BBC Sport

At the British Swimming Championships in Glasgow, Andrew Willis qualified fastest for the men’s 200m breaststroke final ahead of Ross Murdoch, Adam Peaty and Michael Jamieson. 

Fran Halsall is fastest through to the women’s 100m freestyle final, James Guy won the 200m butterfly heats, with Lizzie Simmonds qualifying quickest in the women’s 200m backstroke. 

There's live commentary of tonight's finals on 5 live sports extra from 18:30 BST. 

Analysis of West Ham's Olympic Stadium contract

Football

Olympic Stadium
AP

Deal of the century or a fitting legacy? Whatever your view, West Ham's Olympic Stadium deal has got people talking.

Critics believe the venue has been hived off on the cheap, while supporters say the move has stopped it becoming a waste of money.

After a long-running legal battle, the full details of the contract were published on Thursday, and it makes for fascinating reading.

Check out our analysis here.

Hillsborough service

My thoughts are with Hillsborough victims. We’ll never forget you

My thoughts are with Hillsborough victims. We’ll never forget you

Ronnie's incredible Crucible moments

Snooker World Championship 2016

Ronnie's incredible Crucible moments

Watch some of five-time winner Ronnie O'Sullivan's most incredible Crucible moments, including his amazing break of 92 en route to winning the 2012 World Championship.

Live coverage of the 2016 World Snooker Championship begins tomorrow on BBC TV, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport app, Connected TVs and online.

Hillsborough memorial

The final Anfield memorial service for the 96 victims of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster is held in Liverpool.

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On this day: McGeechan leaves Scotland role

Rugby Union

Ian McGeechan
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On this day in 2005 former Scotland coach Ian McGeechan announced he was quitting as the Scottish Rugby Union's director of rugby to take up a similar post at Wasps.

Katie Taylor

Ireland's London 2012 gold medallist Katie Taylor is still searching for an Olympic spot after a shock loss in Turkey.

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Your sporting comebacks:

Daniel Scott: Man City V QPR 2012 has to be one of the greatest in recent memory, robbing your biggest rivals of the title.

Chris: Man Utd managed 2 in 1999 on their way to the UCL win. Went 2-0 down in Turin only to win 3-2 and then there was that final .

Ste Anders: The greatest comeback still has to be Liverpool coming back against AC Milan in 2005. That game will never ever make sense 

Federer busts in Monte Carlo

Federer 6-3 2-6 5-7 Tsonga

Federer
EPA

Roger Federer is out! The Swiss maestro looked to have one foot in the Monte Carlo Masters semi-finals, only for the ever-unpredictable Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to fight back from one set down to leave the home fans happy. And they will be even happier if Gael Monfils, next up against Spain's Marcel Granollers, sets up an all-Gallic last-four tie.

Uncertainty over Carrick future

Football

Simon Stone

BBC Sport

"Speculation today about potential interest from Everton in Manchester United’s veteran midfielder Michael Carrick.

"The 34-year-old is about to complete his 10th season at Old Trafford.

"Yet despite winning five Premier League titles, winning the Champions League and playing over 400 games for the Old Trafford outfit, there has still been no official contact with the club about whether he is going to be offered a new deal or not."

Adcocks bow out

Badminton

Husband and wife team Chris and Gabby Adcock suffered a quarter-final exit at the Singapore Open, the sixth seeds beaten 21-15 21-15 by top-ranked pair Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir of Indonesia.