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efiggflz‘uzr euer e‘fir especially of england and wales. wind still a fair feature as we head towards overnight but it will weaken and become more confined to the channel islands of the far south—west of england. we could see lengthy clear spells develop across the northern half of the country, especially for scotland. if that happens temperatures may dip to 10 degrees here, as there of england and wales we have the clout blanket between 15 and 17 degrees, a warm and muggy start to monday. you can see widely spaced isobars civilians will be lighter, the odd spot of rain could be produced through central england towards wales, towards the irish sea. to the north generally cloudy with some sunny spells and to the south as well variable cloud with some holes appearing from time to time. warm again whether you are, especially england and wales, 22—25d. warm although cloudy at trent bridge in nottingham for the test match. it should stay largely dry as well. as
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we head into tuesday we've got a weather front pushing into the north—west corner of the country so as bricks of rain, and strengthening winds, and so with high—pressure building week could have a greater chance of seeing sunny spells but once more it will be warm and humid wherever you are, temperatures reaching 2526 degrees. but high pressure will weaken by wednesday producing cloud with showers. to the north and west of it, brighter although cooler, temperatures into the mid and upper teens, temperatures to the south—east of it could see sunshine and will stay pretty warm, temperatures reaching 26, maybe 27 celsius. the warmth will ebb into thursday as cooler air pushes down from the north—west towards much of the uk by friday. we start this week on a cloudy, humid note. a bit brighter, midweek, by
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the end of the week it will turn fresher and cooler for all. hello, this is bbc news. the headlines: rescue teams continue to step up their efforts to try and reach thousands of stranded families in the flood—hit indian province of kerala. almost 200 people have died in the last 10 days. people are still trapped in their houses in many places. i hope they get help very soon. we couldn't stay there any more and i am thankful to the people who brought us out of there. a british woman who spent ten hours in the water after falling from a cruise liner near croatia has been rescued. she's in a stable condition in hospital. the campaign for another brexit vote
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has received a million pound boost after a donation from the co—founder of the fashion label superdry. now on bbc news, it's time for sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday — i'm tim hague, here's what's coming up. it's a terrible day at trent bridge for england. they lose all ten wickets in a session against india, and trail by 292 runs. manchester united do not like to be beside the seaside, as they are beaten by brighton. but there are no problems for manchester city. sergio aguero scores three as they hit huddersfield for six... hello and welcome to sportsday.
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plenty to come, then, but let's start with cricket, as england have capitulated on day two of the third test at trent bridge. they were all out for 161, leaving india, who are now batting again, well placed to win the match and reduce england's 2—0 lead in the series. england lost all ten wickets in one session. as patrick gearey reports. not a glorious sunday morning scene for most unless you have a cricket ball in hand. cloud cover helps. few understand whyy the ball looks moves this.
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one of four indian wickets to fall before lunch. 329 all out. england had to bat. clearly not easy after a decent start. alastair cook was first of all, the next ball, new over, keaton jennings, 54—2. 0llie pope went and it was felt thatjoe root was next but he disagreed. he did not think the ball had carried to the fielder. sometimes the more you see something, the more confusing it gets. they stuck with the umpire, unpopular but unsurprising. as was what happened next, england collapsed. ben stokes went out for ten as trent bridge watched sunday afternoon repeats. jonny bairstow fell for 20 runs as the indians ripped through the english batting. jos buttler hit a few back but he could not stop england losing all ten wickets. still 168 runs behind. india batted for the second time today, now in full control of the test. england must chase. stokes managed to bowl a
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therapeutic wicket but as the sun finally came out, it felt as if it had set on england. patrick geary, bbc news. there were three premier league games today. watford and burnley fans, we'll get to your teams shortly. but what about the two manchester clubs? their days couldn't have been any more different — with united suffering a suprise 3—2 defeat at brighton, while champions city hit huddersfield for six, sergio aguero scoring a hat trick, as holly hamilton reports. their last trip to the south coast endedin their last trip to the south coast ended in defeat, a result manchester united want to put behind them. this time, would it be brighton fans feeling deflated? time, would it be brighton fans feeling deflated 7 it time, would it be brighton fans feeling deflated? it wasn't long before they could breathe a sigh of relief. glenn murray from seagulls ahead midway through the first half. two minutes later, shane duffy doubled their lead. this wasn't a jose mourinho script. united pulled one back for the brighton and hove and made it 3—1 before half—time. a final penalty from paul pogba gave
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the visitors a glimmer of hope, but too little, too late. another famous victory at the amex. earlier for pep guardiola's manchester city, the first home game for the reigning champions. could this be a step towards an unbeaten record here this season? ba by steps towards an unbeaten record here this season? baby steps at least. victory over huddersfield was firmly in sergio aguero‘s site. calm and composed, a sign of things to come. manchester city made it look easy. commentator: david silva, superb! manchester city made it look easy. commentator: david silva, superbim his 250th premier league appearance, show them who's the daddy. but sergio aguero was on the humphrey hat trick and before long, he got it. a resounding victory, then, for the blue side of manchester. well, you've seen the action, now let's hear from both starting withjose mourinho. i was disappointed because the week
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was good and i was expecting the tea m was good and i was expecting the team collectively to be better, so not to go only in the direction of the individual mistake and the consequence of that. there are basic m ista kes consequence of that. there are basic mistakes that make it an almost impossible mission to win a match.” never saw sergio like right now. in the past, of course, he was always ata high the past, of course, he was always at a high level. but with that commitment, with the border without the ball, he is happy. 0f commitment, with the border without the ball, he is happy. of course, he scored three goals. but he also created chances and passes and movement and everything. so what about that burnley—watford game? well, the london side scored their first away goals since january, winning 3—1 at turf moor this lunchtime. after goals for andre gray on his return to burnley, and troy deeney, will hughes put
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the gloss on the performance by scoring the third pastjoe hart. watford have now won their first two games of the season. burnley have just one point. we just get off his distance from the first goals. and troy deeney gets between our minds were wondering a bit and we are not in the sense that we normally are. then you are. the new 2—1. then they score a third from a poor pass and a great finish. unfortunately for us, ifa great finish. unfortunately for us, if a player who shouldn't be on the field of play because of a really poor tackle earlier in the game. brentford maintained their unbeaten start in the championship with a 2—0 home win over sheffield wednesday. a neal maupay penalty and ollie watkins second half strike lifts the bees up to fourth in the table. also unbeaten are sunderland in league one. they were convincing 3—0 winners over scunthorpe. steven gerrard remains unbeaten as rangers manager as his side reached the quarter—finals
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of the scottich league cup after a 3—1win at kilmarnock. the colombian striker alfredo morelos scored a hat trick. he was the subject of a £3.75 million bid from french club bordeaux earlier this week, but gerrard said they will have to triple their offer to entice him away. elsewhere today, hibs beat ross county. rangers will play ayr united in the last eight, while celtic take on stjohnstone. after a 13—year absence from women's football, manchester united played their first match since the club decided to relaunch the team. they will compete in the second tier of the women's super league but were in action today in the continental cup against liverpool, a match they won 1—0. lizzie arnot found herself in the right place at the right time to tap home. so a winning start to life as head coach for the former england defender casey stoney — against herformer club. we are growing slowly and we want to
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develop the players. we have reading next week, so that's another big test because reading were really impressive last season. and we have a championship to play in. these players will tell you they want to get promotion. that is what we are working towards. there are also ten other teams that want to get promotion, there is going to be difficult. we want to improve them and make sure that when they walk out after a year's time, they are better players and better people. better players and better people. better start for the manchester united women than the men. let's have a look at some other stories making the news today. eden hazard says he "will not leave" chelsea before the european transfer window shuts on 31 august. hazard had been heavily linked with real madrid, and was quoted as saying it could be time for a change. he now says he's happy to stay though. one other cricket line today and the former australia fast bowler mitchelljohnson has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket at the age of 36. the left—armer took 313 test wickets through a rollercoaster career, which included that phenomenal ashes series in 2013—2014
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when he took 37 wickets. who could forget that handlebar moustache, striking fear into when the english batsmen! and markjohnston will have to wait for a chance to break the record number of british winners for a racehorse trainer. his only contender on sunday, lynwood gold at pontefract, finished third of the four runners here. johnston has three horses at leicester tomorrow as he seeks that elusive ll,191lth win. great britain's michaeljones won the mens's a00m freestyle s7 on the final day of the para european swimming championships in dublin. it was a touch finish forjones and he adds the european title to his paralympic title from rio in 2016. and as he explains, it's been a race against time to be fit for this event. ‘s show and back in november. a
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butter until such time. started doing some stuff about six weeks ago —— on my shoulder november. britain's double paralympic champion libby clegg has withdrawn from this week's para athletics european championships. clegg was due to compete in the t11 100 and 200 metres for athletes with visual impairments, but has had to pull out due to an injury to her guide runner, tom sommers. she will, however, carry on her team captaincy duties alongside wheelchair racer, richard chiassaro. the championships get under way tomorrow in berlin. and finally... some things are worth waiting for. golfer paul waring has won his first european tour title at the nordea his 200th attempt. he held a two—shot lead with four holes to play before playing partner thomas aiken birdied the last hole to force a play—off. a par was good enough for waring
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in the end, though, as aiken drove into the water. that's all from sportsday. we'll have more throughout the evening. coming up next is the film review.
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