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in a moment it will be time for sportsday but first a look at what else is coming up this evening on bbc news... as a new ultra low emissions zone comes into force in central london, we'll be speaking to a woman, whose nine—year—old daughter died from an asthma attack which is thought to be linked to air pollution. we'll be speaking to human rights lawyer, about the case of a british woman who is facing jail in dubai ex husband's new wife a ‘horse‘ on facebook. and later this evening, we'll be discussing tomorrow's front pages in the papers. my my guests are anna isaac and the broadcaster david davies sustain with us for that coming up on bbc news. —— still stay with us. trees it may well travel for brexit talks ahead of a crucial eu summit on
wednesday. this evening more talks will be held between the government and labour. in the past have in our labour leaderjeremy corbyn says the government does not seem to be moving off its original red lines in the cross—party negotiations. moving off its original red lines in the cross-party negotiations. the issues are obviously complex because it does involve the possibility of taking part in european elections which the government is not keen on doing. as faras which the government is not keen on doing. as far as we are concerned, the priority is to prevent crashing out with no deal and to ensure we do not become in the longer run some kind of deregulated country on the shores of europe that is undermining of the principles of a interventionist economy. either government series in the negotiations and talks with you or is it just negotiations and talks with you or is itjust for show? negotiations and talks with you or is it just for show? the negotiations and talks with you or is itjust for show? the meetings are very long and a great deal of detail is got into by both parties. we have people on this case for several years so we have people on this case for several years so they are accustomed to it all. we have gone into it
because the government succeeded a request i made last september, prepared to put forward our tops and views. talks have to meeting a movement and survive there's been no change in red lines. we will have more from jeremy corbyn. but now it is time for sports day. hello, and welcome to sportsday, i'm azi farni. we've got lots coming up for you tonight, including a big match in the premier league as the fight to stay in the top four heats up. iamat i am at stamford bridge where chelsea can move ahead of arsenal and tottenham and into the premier league's top three if they beat west ham here. iwill look league's top three if they beat west ham here. i will look back at a memorable weekend of fa cup semi cup final football and look ahead to an all—important night in the champions league tomorrow. also coming up...
we speak to the former england rugby player who has made a significant step in his attempt to play in the nfl. and the first female... and history is made in the wwe. becky lynch wins the headline match at the first ever all female wrestlemania. the battle to play champions league football next season could not be closer, with just three points separating third and sixth. chelsea though could open that gap up tonight. a win over west ham would see them leapfrog tottenham into third. their manager maurizio sarri is a man under pressure but the italian is on course for a third win in a row for the first time since the beginning of the season. conor mcnamara is at stamford bridge.
it isa it is a very big evening for chelsea who have certainly steadied the ship since the international break. it was at cardiff when they benefited from a hugely controversial goal to beat deeside 2—1. they have added to that with a win over brighton last wednesday and should things go the reseal salary‘s weight this evening chelsea will move above arsenal and totte n ha m. chelsea will move above arsenal and tottenham. it is quite a turnaround who at times has pad boos when his own supporters. sarri can point to last season when at this stage chelsea's old boss had six points fewer on this board on the stage of the campaign band sarri has now. he needs to back it up and getting into the champions league would be a bare minimum requirement for chelsea this season. minimum requirement for chelsea this season. they are involved in the latter stages of the europa league but their culture is famously never won a trophy really does need to
deliver —— their coach. tonight against a west ham team who if they win will stay in the bottom half of the table, but it has not been bad for reseal pellegrino. he has already matched the points from last season. already matched the points from last season. here is sarri on how west ham area season. here is sarri on how west ham are a team to be feared. they are a dangerous team because in the season they were at table 12 consistency but they are a team of high quality. so in a single match they can be very dangerous. it is a difficult match. that is the chelsea boss, sarri. it will be interesting when team news come out this evening at the main eden hazard is included for chelsea. there has been a lot of rumours that real madrid's pursuit of the belgian has stepped up a gear. if he has not involved tonight that will spark newspaper headlines tomorrow but we will find out that
tea m tomorrow but we will find out that team news at 70. there's a huge week of champions league football coming up, more on that in a minute, but first let's reflect on a stunning comeback win in the fa cup yesterday, as watford made it to the final for the first time in 35 years. ben croucher‘s here with me, ben for all the talk of the fa cup losing some of its magic, that really was the sort of performance that the competition is all about. the watford celebrations tell you all you need to know. we have not seen scenes at wembley for quite a while. not since the first world war has a team been 2 goals down in an fa cup semi final and won the match. and this is how they did it. gerard deulofeu had already scored one sublime goal. then the substitute grabbed the winner in extra time. it sent watford into theirfirst final since 1984. remember those famous eltonjohn tears. well another man getting emotional at wembley was this man, troy deeney. he is the watford captain and
leader. and when they got a penalty in the 94th minute to send the game into extra time. well nobody else you'd want taking it really. he's been through the highs and lows with the club. he gave a really emotional interview afterwards in which he said, i was holding back the tears 12 years ago, i was playing £10 a week to play football. it is notjust the game, it is life in general. there is a lwa ys it is life in general. there is always going to be setbacks but if you can continue the course and stay true to yourself, everything will be all right. well geoff doyle covers watford for bbc local radio and explains how he differs from most footballers. the big turning point in his career was his father was diagnosed with cancer and at that time he went out in birmingham, got into a fight and ended up in prison. before he went to prison his dad died so after the game he came out and explained that not just game he came out and explained that notjust in game he came out and explained that not just in football game he came out and explained that notjust in football but in life you can overcome your problems and that is why, i think, the semifinal meant so is why, i think, the semifinal meant so much to him. it is no surprise he
gave that type of interview, which is rare straight after each game, but i think it was emotional. his family were at the game, he is a family were at the game, he is a family man, he loves his kids who we re family man, he loves his kids who were in the crowd. it was great to hear those emotions. a player being really raw and it is not often you get that from and that why he is so relatable and white watford fans love him and he is a legend at the club. and standing between watford and a first fa cup are a team chasing their own history. yep, manchester city. they made it through on saturday evening with a 1—0 win over brighton. it was a great goal as well. a wonderful cross. gabrieljesus scored the only goal early on. it keeps alive a remarkable and unprecidented quadruple. let's show you how they're fighting on 4 fronts this season. they've already won the league cup.
they're into the fa cup final next month against watford. they're favourites to retain the premier league. second as things stand but with a game in hand over liverpool. they've got the quarterfinal against totte n ha m they've got the quarterfinal against tottenham hotspur in the champions league. the first european fixture at their new stadium. manager pep guardiola knows that at this pivotal point in the season they can't afford to lose focus. we are in the stages of almost the end of decision in the winter of the season, to be dear. but now we know exactly what we are playing for so during the season, they accept bad moments in the decision but the decision is not about it. farfrom 4 tropihes, mauricio pochettino is still trying to get hold of one as tottenham boss.
the champions league is their last chance of silverware this season. here's what he makes of city's quadruple bid. manchester city in the last few yea rs manchester city in the last few years is beginning to try and win everything. we had a very good squad, he is one of the best managers of the world. if one club oi’ managers of the world. if one club or one team is able to win everything it is manchester city today. liverpool are also in action in europe tomorrow night they face an on paper easier tie. they are playing porto. the old cliche says you don't win football matches on paper though. liverpool will take heart from last season's run to the final where they knocked out the portuguese champions in the last 16 including a 5—0 win at the estadio do dragoa before a goalless draw at anfield. it is more valuable for the results from last year for porto than for us but on the other side, i am not interested in it. i know my players
well enough and they only want to focus on thejob well enough and they only want to focus on the job they have to do and thejob focus on the job they have to do and the job they have to do tomorrow night has nothing to do with last year. should be a great european night. we'll look at those games in more detail in sportsday tomorrow with commentary of both matches on radio 5 live and sports extra. thank you very much. staying with those champions league press c0 nfe re nces , and raheem sterling says he wouldn't walk off the pitch because of racist abuse during a match. the manchester city forward has been vocal about the racism towards black players in the game, most recently in last month's england's euro 2020 qualifier against montenegro. but sterling says he'd rather deal with abuse on the pitch. this is something that has been happening before i was born, before my parents were born so i can only speak up of events that happen to me and the people around me. that is as
much as i can do, raise awareness. i am not trying to be someone who tries to lead or something like that. i can just tries to lead or something like that. i canjust raise tries to lead or something like that. i can just raise awareness and it is for people in higher places to do theirjob. meanwhile, a hibernian fan who confronted the rangers captain james tavernier during a scottish premiership match has been jailed for 100 days. cameron mack was also banned from attending scottish football matches for 10 years. stay with us here on sportsday, there's lots more weight quite premiership side wasps in october tojoin the nfl international pathway programme which offers players outside usa route into the league he says he is really excited. it is a massive step. i have been through so much just to get to this stage and i am
over the moon. there is a lot of emotions effort and i have not had not much time to process it but it is huge and i am really excited. you have been training in florida already. how has that been going? have been training in florida already. how has that been going7m is been going really well. it has been frustrating at times definitely because i am learning a whole new language and so much terminology. there is so much to their having not played the sport before. there is definitely a high demand on your body physically as well so it has been difficult but definitely got into the swing of things and starting to enjoy it. how much of a crossover is there between rugby and nfl now you are trying to make that change? i guess there are some elements. the way you move, being able to take hits and stay on your
feet. i guess some of the hand eye coordination stuff as well but in terms of the actual game, it is totally different. you got each set plays, different routs and the game is heavily based around the playbook which is something we do not really have in rugby. if you do not know the playbook and the place or what you are lining up or your assignment, you cannot even touch the field so there is no room for someone the field so there is no room for someone winging it. in terms of your next move which is to try and get into the nfl, how easy or hard is that going to be for you do you think? it is going to be so, so hard. there is a lot i need to learn about the game before you even talk about the game before you even talk about trying to make it into the team. for me, the hard work starts
now. there is more stuff i need to get through but yeah, i am relishing the opportunity. i am so proud of how far i have come and really happy to be here. i am looking forward to what is to come. next to a record breaking night at wrestlemania 35. ireland's becky lynch joins the likes of the rock, hulk hogan and the undertaker as winners of the headline match, in what was wrestlemania's first ever all female main event in wwe's history. there was a massive crowd to see it. more than 82 thousand people filled newjersey‘s metlife stadium that's more than were at either fa cup semi final at wembley this weekend. it puts wwe on course to make a billion dollars in revenue this year by the end of year 2018 was already a record year, as the sport pulled in more than 930 million. and the sport's reach is huge. wwe has 41 million subscribers on its youtube channel, making it the biggest sport
channel on the platform and 8th biggest overall. becky lynch, known as the man, beat title holders ronda rousey and charlotte flair to become both the raw and smackdown champion. the whole event has been called a game changer for wrestling, we can get more on the significance of it with irish wrestler rhia 0'riley. female wrestlers used to have to fight ina female wrestlers used to have to fight in a separate championship, how far have they come now to headlining and all women wrestlemania? after last night anything is possible. just like you said it used to be a diverse championship a couple of years ago. they had to listen we do not want to be divas, they wanted to be female wrestlers. they change it back to a woman's title act has gone from
strength to strength. wwe has had a huge start with ronda rousey coming over. how important has that been to raise the platform of the women in wrestling? i think any kind of crossover between sports is always going to be beneficialfor everybody and having someone like ronda rousey isa and having someone like ronda rousey is a really great because she was making waves for women generally. it was not just about making waves for women generally. it was notjust about her being a ufc fighter but a strong female figure, much like serena williams in tennis. having that presence definitely eliminated a lot of people to what was going on in wrestling and made wwe stand up and say ok, people want to see some women and we are going to see some women and we are going to let them fight. i suppose the fa ct to let them fight. i suppose the fact that so many people turned up to the match says a lot about the fa ct to the match says a lot about the fact it is popular. absolutely, i think some people were like 0k, wbe are making this change but i'd be fa ns are making this change but i'd be fans coming with them? it was evidence last night with record
attendance. people want to see this. growing up watching wrestling or you ever wa nt to growing up watching wrestling or you ever want to do is be in wrestlemania. that was never something we thought was achievable for a woman, just for men. last night becky lynch, charlotte flair and ronda rousey proved that if you work—out you do anything. and ronda rousey proved that if you work-out you do anything. you mentioned you growing up. what would it have meant for you growing up to see those women on the screen? it have meant for you growing up to see those women on the screen7m would have been phenomenal. i was very lucky to have a lot of strong female role models in my life but they were not coming from wwe at the time. to have that now we can see it as making a huge difference. i run it women's training school in london and we have 15—20 women coming every single week because they want to step into that ring and become a wrestler. when i started in training i was the only woman, i was one. what is going to happen next off the
back of this. how can this growth? this guy is the limit. this is a one—off event —— the sky is a limit. it used to be about fighting twice as hard for happy recognition and we wa nted as hard for happy recognition and we wanted to be better at band b boys but it is not about that. it is about having quality, we are all wrestlers who train the same and work just as wrestlers who train the same and workjust as hard as each other and that needs to be recognised in wwe all the time. thank you so much for joining us. let's have a look at some of the other stories we've been covering at the bbc sports centre today. england captain steph houghton will miss tuesday's world cup warm up match against spain because of a groin injury. she's one of several changes after england's1—0 defeat to canada on friday. england captainjoe root starred for his county today in yorkshire's opening match of the county championship season. he finished the second