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  1. PFA awards nominations - Alli not included in main list
  2. Premier League news conferences
  3. Jenson Button looks set to replace Fernando Alonso for Monaco GP
  4. Track Cycling World Championships updates
  5. World Snooker Championship draw
  6. GET INVOLVED: #bbcsportsday

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By Matt Davis and Saj Chowdhury

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  1. Happy Easter!

    From happy birthday to have a happy Easter.

    Thanks for joining us today.

  2. Happy b'day Rudi

    Voller won the 1993 Champions League with Marseille and the 1990 World Cup with Germany.

  3. ICYMI: Crucible draw

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    Video caption: Highlights: Selby wins second world title

    Defending champion Mark Selby will face Fergal O'Brien in the first round of the World Championship at the Crucible.

    Selby, 33, lifted the trophy for the second time last year with victory over China's Ding Junhui, who comes up against fellow countryman Zhou Yuelong.

    Five-time winner Ronnie O'Sullivan faces Gary Wilson, world number two Judd Trump plays Rory McLeod and Shaun Murphy meets 17-year-old Yan Bingtao.

    Selby begins his campaign on Saturday, 15 April at 10:00 BST.

  4. On this day

    In 2003 Paula Radcliffe set a new women's world record and became the first woman to run under two hours 16 minutes in the London Marathon.

    Paula Radcliffe crosses the finish line in the 2003 London Marathon
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  6. ICYMI: GB's Latham claims world scratch bronze

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    Video caption: Latham snatches world scratch bronze

    Britain's Chris Latham wins bronze in the men's scratch race at the Track World Championships in Hong Kong, after Poland's Adrian Teklinski claims gold with a daring long-range attack.  

  7. ICYMI: Button set to replace Alonso for Monaco

    Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso

    Britain's Jenson Button looks set to replace Fernando Alonso at McLaren for the Monaco Grand Prix in May.

    Alonso will miss Monaco to race in the Indianapolis 500, with full support from McLaren and engine partner Honda.

    McLaren executive director Zak Brown says two-time champion Alonso's replacement is "not in place".

    But there is no other serious option than Button, 37, who is contracted to McLaren as a reserve driver and will race barring unexpected circumstances.

  8. Get Involved - Your alternative player of the year nominations


    Matthew Birch: Wanyama. Massive for Spurs this season. Defoe and Gylfi also unlucky not to be on the shortlist.

  9. On this day

    In 1980 Seve Ballesteros became the youngest winner of the Masters at the age of 23 years and four days.

    Seve Ballesteros
  10. Dele deserved main award nomination - Pochettino

    Think a lot of you will agree with this today...

    Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says Dele Alli "deserved" to be nominated for the main PFA award, as he puts in a "great performance" every week. 

    The England midfielder has been nominated for the young player award.  

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    Video caption: Dele Alli deserved main PFA award nomination - Mauricio Pochettino
  11. Swansea in relegation battle with Hull

    Swansea City

    Swansea manager Paul Clement believes his side are in a two-team battle with with Hull City to avoid relegation from the Premier League.

    The Swans are 18th, a place and two points behind Hull, and Clement feels one of the two clubs will go down.

    Asked whether he sees it as a straight fight between the Swans and Hull, Clement said: "As we sit here and speak about it, yes.

    "But I don't know what the situation will be in three or four games."

  12. Get Involved - Your alternative player of the year nominations


    Liam Rooney:  Idrissa Gueye for player of the year he beats kante in terms of stats in nearly every department and he went to AFCON

  13. Choose your Premier League team of the year

    The shortlists for the PFA Players' Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year were revealed on Thursday.

    It generated plenty of debate - particularly around Tottenham's Dele Alli missing out on the senior nomination.

    No you can add the debate by choosing your Premier League team of the year and sharing it.

    Choose your team here.

  14. Griezmann should stay at Atletico - Torres

    Antoine Griezmann has "the world in his hands" at Atletico Madrid and does not need to leave the La Liga side to become a legend, says Fernando Torres.

    The France forward has been strongly linked with Manchester United.

    Ex-Liverpool striker Torres told BBC Football Focus he faced a similar juncture before a £50m move to Chelsea in 2011, but insists the 26-year-old can realise his potential at Atletico.

    "Where are you going to go to improve what you have in Atletico?" he said.

    "Not many places in the world. I hope he can stay with us forever."

    Antoine Griezmann
  15. Happy birthday to:

    Jockey-turned-trainer Jonjo O'Neill who turns 65.

    Manchester City and Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo who is 34 today.  

    2012 and 2016 US Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III who turns 53.

    Davis Love III
  16. Get Involved - Your alternative player of the year nominations


    Tom Catton: Wolves' Helder Costa, because, well ask any wolves fan or championship fullback.

    Zack Rynhold: Christian Eriksen and Victor Wanyama are two of the most underappreciated players in the league.

  17. Sinfield 'would love' return to Leeds

    Leeds Rhinos legend Kevin Sinfield says he sees himself returning to the club in some capacity in the future.

    Sinfield, 36, is the all-time record points scorer for the Rhinos and left after helping them to a domestic treble in the 2015 season.

    In August he was appointed rugby director by the Rugby Football League.

    "At some stage, I'd like to think I'd go back. I've been associated with the club since I was 13 years old," he told BBC Sport.

  18. Get Involved


    We've had the PFA nominations, so how about coming up with alternative nominations for player of the year.

    What players haven't been mentioned? They can come from any league or level.

    Tweets us the name and reason why to #bbcsportsday.