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bbc news. investigations are being launched into the marriott hotel group after it admitted hackers stole money from the guests, up to £25 million. we are all guilty of being glued to our smartphones but one school in north london has asked the people to sign a contract to help cut down the might be used as smartphones at home. we will be joined by the head teacher. and will ta ke joined by the head teacher. and will take a look at tomorrow's front pages at 20 to ii and 1130. take a look at tomorrow's front pages at 20 to 11 and 1130. that's all ahead. now it's time for sports day. hello and welcome to sportsday. welcome along. could this be the start of something special in heavyweight boxing? american deontay wilder will put his wbc world title
on the line when he slips through the ropes, enters the ring, we speak to neil warnock ahead of his 70th birthday — can cardiff give their manager a win over wolves to celebrate? many years ago if you said at being doing this and seven tebbutt said it was impossible. —— at 70. and i'm olly foster at damson park, the start of the fa cup second round starts here at non—league solihull moors? blackpool have their name on the trophy, a club with a glorious past but the fans are deeply unhappy with the present ...they are the visitors tonight. hello and welcome to sportsday.
welcome along. could this be the start of something special in heavyweight boxing? american deontay wilder will put his wbc world title on the line when he slips through the ropes, enters the ring, and takes on a former world champion, who has been on his own journey of redemption over the past 3 years. over the past three years. britain's tyson fury is just hours away from the weigh in for a bout that could change the division. austin halewood takes a look at what exactly is at stake. joe frazier, george foreman. muhammad ali. heavyweight boxing at the peak of its powers in this weekend ‘s fight in los angeles has the potential to reignite interest in the division across the globe. but tyson fury as like no heavyweight that has gone before. three years ago in dusseldorf he blew the division wide open by
lifting three of the four world titles. he has to have the same kind of motivation and the same kind of attitude when he beat vladimir. but that motivation left tyson fury and his drink and drugs and depression took him away at and his medals with that. deontay wilder was the first american heavyweight champion for seven american heavyweight champion for seve n years american heavyweight champion for seven years and the holder of the only title tyson fury didn't have. he is big and export of and has not out 39 of his a0 opponents. he is big and export of and has not out 39 of his 40 opponents. after the fight that is only one hurdle to overcome. anthonyjoshua the fight that is only one hurdle to overcome. anthony joshua the the fight that is only one hurdle to overcome. anthonyjoshua the unified world champion and for the next fight books for him on the 13th of april the might not be long to wait.
well let's cross live to our reporter ade adedoyin who's in los angeles. not long to go and the feeling growing about how big a fight this could be. it has been described as the biggest heavyweight contest in los angeles the last two decades. the man involved in the last heavyweight title in 2003 is lennox lewis and he's speaking on the stage behind me. such is the hype and the build—up that we have legends of the sport here. we have a band holyfield and buster douglas and mike tyson and buster douglas and mike tyson and that is how much excitement there is. mike tyson is here in los angeles. what a great story would be if tyson fury they pull off what has been described as the biggest comeback in boxing history when you consider where he has been with his bouts of drink and drugs and
depression. i asked what would mean if he were to the title. to become heavyweight champion of the world again would be a big deal. what would it mean to me? iget a big deal. what would it mean to me? i get asked that question quite a lot and i ask myself that question quite a lot. what will it mean to be the heavyweight champion of the world ? the heavyweight champion of the world? if you want the honest opinion, not a great deal. because when you're in a position to achieve it it is what it is, it is part of what you do. if you can never be heavyweight champion of the world and you really wanted it it would be the biggest in the world but like anything good or anything you're trying to achieve, when you achieve it is another thing i can piece of shoes in the closet. buster douglas who is on that stage but i may cause the massive upset in the 1990s when he knocked out mike tyson and he did so he knocked out mike tyson and he did $03 he knocked out mike tyson and he did so a few days after his mother had passed away and he said that tyson fury will come into the contest
fuelled by the obstacles he is ove i’co m e fuelled by the obstacles he is overcome in his own life and that was by hamon. he's up against deontay wilder one of the most devastating punches in boxing at the moment. i caught up with him yesterday on his way out of the auditorium and he remains confident as ever it will be a brittle finish. it is time. my emotions are my feeling on the energy that i am holding will be released. this is what boxing is all about, as an emotional sport and in a special night and emotional sport and in a special nightand a emotional sport and in a special night and a special occasions you are able if you're the fighter to release all your energy. and you get paid doing it. i expecting things to go off tomorrow in some sort of psychological advantage? almost definitely be tired looked into his eyes many a time and look promotion emotional lives in the same thing. yesterday i saw more fear in his eyes. tyson fury is scared of me. i
don't care what he says and how many times he says it can get my head, he can't get my head. all these fighters try to do something that they can do it, they also wonder why iamso they can do it, they also wonder why i am so strong minded, why are possess the things i possess. he can do nothing, he is scared and edified and they should be. give me a final prediction. i will a brittle knockout. —— brittle. prediction. i will a brittle knockout. -- brittle. when he said that even i got scared, that are so intimidating deontay wilder is. the fight will take place and the weigh inafew fight will take place and the weigh in a few hours' time. there will be under the fight is one other on stage because we do not want a repeat of the melee at the press conference. it will be interesting to see if either man tries to score
a psychological advantage but it is shaping up to be a terrific contest. that fight to be about 4:30am on sunday. well, the second round of the fa cup gets underway injust over an hourfrom now, with solihull moors of the national league hosting league one's blackpool — the match is live on bbc2 later and we can cross live to olly foster, whos at damson park for us... olly. many thanks. hearing about the big fight, surely the most famous knockout competition of the mole is the fa cup. we have 20 times in the second round over the next few days and all starts here. we're a little bit of the south of birmingham, birmingham international airport about a mile away and the planes are taking off over us. this is to be a driving range doesn't long ago. solihull moors it was only formed
about 12 or 13 years ago and the merger of two local clubs and their growing along very nicely indeed. a couple of seasons ago they got into the 50 of the national league and are currently sixth, unbeaten. managed by tim flowers. we will get onto him injust a moment. he says they've got nothing to lose and it isa they've got nothing to lose and it is a free header blackpool from league one. alex scott is with me who is working from bbc sport on the from half past seven. they have had champions league football all week. but this is proper football. the fa cup is always special. we did the last round with haringey borough versus afc wimbledon and the atmosphere was incredible and we expect the same thing tonight because the fa cup is amazing. you w011 because the fa cup is amazing. you won the women's fa cup seven times and played just than the road from birmingham. what a fantastic pitch. it really is. even of hot the mac
off the field solihull moors are putting a lot of investment and are getting their just putting a lot of investment and are getting theirjust rewards in the league and it will be just rewards if they manage to get the win. the facilities and the picture great. in the 50 in the national league there are five teams in the 60, either the national league north side. what is it about the second round? and we get very excited about the third round but in this round these teams know they can get the big e n mundie ‘sjob. know they can get the big e n mundie 's job. i was already talking to somebody working there and he said we will win today on the wall get manchester united in the third round. you know the excitement and the fans want that big draw but they have to a business tonight first. the fans want that big draw but they have to a business tonight firstlj mentioned have to a business tonight first.” mentioned tim flowers, he won the premier league title with blackburn rovers in 1995 and the league cup with leicester as well. he has been inafew with leicester as well. he has been in a few england squads and has
with leicester as well. he has been in a few major 1d squads and has figure of figure of the i figure of the i fii attempt at of the i fii atte| that the mac stafford and did not is that the mac last very long they are but going really well at solihull moors antilitter starts ahead of the second round tie against blackpool 's evening. they have worked hard to get this opportunity. we have tried to really tough away games away from home and the cameras were at hitchin probably to watchers get knocked out and it had to be very professional and it had to be very professional and tough it out and they won those two games to give us this opportunity and we will have to be absolutely on our best. for us to get something. we go back to the fa cup and you never know. so we can dare to dream. we have a good record
here and we are hard to beat here and we want to go out and show people we are a club on the up and we are improving. and fair play to the players, they have done in this job so far. tim flowers being very honest there. he says nothing to lose. he is expecting to lose. solihull moors got into the second round against luton a couple of yea rs round against luton a couple of years ago but actually thrashed by six goals to two or something. but they are on this great unbeaten run. that is what he will be saying to his players because a lot of it with managers is impacting on players that mentality and giving them that belief and saying we are the underdogs and not expected to win but can cause an upset so it is how it impacts the players mentality today. i mentioned blackpool. you see some of the players out in the middle of the pitch. they arrived the last half an hour of 45 minutes or so. the last half an hour of 45 minutes or so. blackpool in 1953, the
sta nley or so. blackpool in 1953, the stanley matthews final. they are dubbed steeped in the history of the fa cup but the fans are deeply unhappy with the stewardship of the family who own the club. the chairman carol and son owen. we saw his name on one of the cheers and the seats in the crowd but we're not sure if they will turn up this evening. the fans boycotted many of the home matches after the past two seasons and in the heady days of 78 yea rs seasons and in the heady days of 78 years ago when they were apparently, average attendances plummeted from around 15,000 down to about 3000, so unhappy are they worth the wait that clu b unhappy are they worth the wait that club is being run. that is the man really fighting for the cup medal. could discover the goal himself? what a fantastic. the greatest moment in blackpool sisterly is also one of the greatest fa cup finals. the 43 comeback victory over bolton was so good it was nicknamed the
sta nley was so good it was nicknamed the stanley matthews final. at 38 he finally got his hands are the winners medal at the third attempt. the club's glorious history has faded since relegation from the premier league in 2011. cheers replaced by jeers. premier league in 2011. cheers replaced byjeers. forfour seasons fa ns replaced byjeers. forfour seasons fans have been boycotting the club over the weight run by the —— over the way it is run by the oyston family. relations have never been very good but once the money aspect comes in and we can see exactly what the priorities lie that is with the lid came off. it is an irreparable situation and that is absolutely no way our club can move forward unless we get new owners. that is an last member the high court ordered the oyston tim buyout founding member.
“ so oyston tim buyout founding member. —— so farthe oyston tim buyout founding member. —— so far the latvian founder members only see the third of that. the club was not changed hands and the legal process is yet to change the legal process is yet to change the issue. fans flocked during the season in the premier league and we hope awake will lead to the change they crave. until then a club so synonymous with the fa cup remains ina synonymous with the fa cup remains in a state of limbo. you just feel for terry mcphillips, the blackpool manager and his players who are still doing very well in league one and seemingly on the up again. alex scott is more bbc sport commitments before near at half past seven on bbc two. kick here at 755. a nice friend to have alongside you there. from the fa cup to the premier league, then — as cardiff host wolves at 8 o'clock tonight. with the welsh side looking to make it two home wins in a row.
neil warnock‘s side lie second bottom on the table, while wolves are 11th. and if cardiff do win, then it would be a nice birthday present for their manager, who turns 70 tomorrow. many years ago i think if he said had been working at 70 would've said it was impossible because i made up my mind early on my career i thought 55 isa my mind early on my career i thought 55 is a lovely age, i will pack it in at 55. and go round and see bits of the world and travel. i think about back to rotherham in the circumstances just got me going again to stop itjust triggered something and i just loved again to stop itjust triggered something and ijust loved every minute of it. to come down here was just like, ican minute of it. to come down here was just like, i can believe it. to put everything back together in the jigsaw and build a team and c 30,000 at every home game, it has been an incredible journey. i wouldn't be here now without him. when i spoke
to himi here now without him. when i spoke to him i said i want you to come and have a chat about the job and i was in scotland and i said i would fly down. we met this gentleman 's club and we talked and he said what are you thinking? said i will take the job. can we get things in writing? i said no, shake my hand. i put my hand and shook his hand. he kept ringing vincent up and eventually got a serviette and wanted me to signa got a serviette and wanted me to sign a serviette. it was so funny, we laugh about it now. the first piece of silverware of the scottish season will be won on sunday. it's celtic against aberdeen in the league cup final at hampden. celtic are going for their seventh consecutive trophy under brendan rodgers but aberdeen are desperate to end their run of success. alasdair lamont reports. this is what is at stake on sunday. they spent the last two years inside the celtic trophy cabinet. it was
the celtic trophy cabinet. it was the first cup brendan rodgers won celtic managers and the first part of the double trouble. if celtic lift it again this weekend it will be magnificent seven trophies in succession. be prepared in good style, first away win in the europa league last night to put them within a point of the knockout phase. and the manager couldn't be more confident. i would say over the course even of a couple of years when we've gone the first league cup final this is the best level of performance. probably because we've been together a bit longer and the players have gained confidence having won trophies. talking of confidence, james forrester is brimming with it. and assessed last item is reckoned the cup finals is also pretty impressive.” item is reckoned the cup finals is also pretty impressive. i think we're scored the last three and for myself personally it gives us confidence knowing those type of games i can confidence knowing those type of games i can score confidence knowing those type of games i can score goals and can hopefully contribute and help the tea m hopefully contribute and help the team to victory. derek mclnnis in
aberdeen of other ideas. they know what it is to wembley cup but they wa nt to what it is to wembley cup but they want to create fresh melodies and firmly believe they can. we had to win at easter road and handed against rangers. it is a tough test for us to go then anti—beat celtic at hampden. we feel we have got the big performance in a slick and when the game. aberdeen have pushed celtic closer than anyone is last couple of years. so far they have come up short. there is to have a clu b come up short. there is to have a club like aberdeen as the team got a finals. if you want to be remembered which as a team we do, you go for trophies and that's what we must do. this peer go head—to—head in hamdan cup finalfor the this peer go head—to—head in hamdan cup final for the third time on sunday. will be three in a row for brendan rodgers or third time lucky for derek mcinnes? england's netball team can win the series against uganda
with victory in london tonight. that match starts at 7 o'clock at the copper box. england avoided a shock home defeat in their first match at liverpool's echo arena. head coach tracey neville has been forced into a late change to her line up. sara orchard is there for us. it will be a pact venue tonight for this heat second test between england and uganda after the team ranked seventh in the world will be pushed the royalties on tuesday night. i'm joined by pushed the royalties on tuesday night. i'mjoined by the pushed the royalties on tuesday night. i'm joined by the regular england captain. why you playing? i had an injury in august and carried on playing but i decided it was a good time to sort out so i'm in rehab now and hopefully will be back soon. rehab now and hopefully will be back soon. this england squad is a real mix of experience. there are six commonwealth games gold medallist but also a lot of years. i think it is important for netball in england to have more bread so i think tracy is trying to encourage that and make sure we have players who can stand
in and did then and what happens. —— depending on what happens. it is important to have young blood of people who are excited and eager and balance that with experience. uganda came back to level at 43 points all before the roses came back in the last quarter. what they want to see? that was to close for comfort. i wa nt to that was to close for comfort. i want to see more consistency and blood ties with hesitant with the ball and if everyone does the job defensively we tend to put pressure on them and the cumulative pressure makes them make mistakes. also we lacked the finishing so we did gain possession but then we had a few mid—shots in a row so it's important making sure we stay calm and ill in the game gets on top of them and ensure that the last game doesn't happen again. a quick bit of team news. the assets will not feature in this test and neville has golden
fran williams. —— she has called up fran williams. —— she has called up fran williams. let's take a look at some other stories making the news. manchester united forward alexis sanchez is facing a lengthy spell out with a hamstring injury, that suffered in training yesterday according to managerjose mourinho. sanchez will have a scan to determine the extent of the damage but mourinho says it looks serious. england were denied a win in their opening match at the hockey world cup — drawing 2—2 with china. it took this goal from liam ansell in the fourth quarter for england to take the lead before china levelled things in the final minute. ireland made their first world cup appearance in 28 years. they were narrowly beaten 2—1 by defending champions and the world number one side australia, who are aiming to become the first country to win three consecutive world cup titles. now, england's cricketers are enjoying a well earned
rest before their tour of west indies in january. they beat sri lanka three — nil in the recent test series. opener keaton jennings was part of the winning team and he was born in south africa, but qualifies for england because his mother was born in sunderland. new ecb rules now mean some overseas players — such as all rounderjofra archer — will be eligible to play for england after living in the country for just three years. earlier we caught up withjennings and asked him about the thorny issue of qualification. you canjudge you can judge too you canjudge too many books by the accents you canjudge too many books by the a cce nts by you canjudge too many books by the accents by how they are brought up the journey they travel. i don't know what whole heap jof about. jof. my know what whole heap jof about. jof. my mum was born in sunderland and i've been roped into supporting sunderland. it is an adjusting topic
and wondered about a lot of people at times. growing up in england and being born in england you take quite a lot of heated times. —— not growing up and being born in england. well, we've already been looking ahead to the weekend's big wilder — fury fight — which takes place early on sunday morning. fury has battled and conquered depression before beginning his journey back into the sport. he's not the only former british boxer to have suffered mental health problems. the former wbc heavyweight champion frank bruno has spoken honestly about his own personal battles and earlier today he spoke to our correspondent natalie pirks he was very, very, law but he's got himself together. there is a lot of people out there suffering and they are down in the can get themselves out of it. dark little patches of whatever. it's unbelievable what he has done. he's got himself together
and lost weight and got his mind together he is on point. respect to him. do boxing doesn't have to help people with mental health problems? i don't think no wonder as an off. the government should be the main ones that you've got to go and see about doing help for mental health rather than giving medication. about doing help for mental health rather than giving medicationm about doing help for mental health rather than giving medication. it is two years should be not medication. congratulations. thank you very much. what do you add to do to being free of medication? i go to the gym every day and train and have a turkish bath and try and look after myself and get a mass urgently the right sort of food and put myself in the right sort of zone, look at different things on television, read stories about people suffering. take things into perspective and look after yourself and your only given borrowed time. we go through bad times. break—ups, mortgage, lose
your job, times. break—ups, mortgage, lose yourjob, this that and who knows what the life still has to go on because that is always someone worse off. what would be the prediction? it is very tricky to actually predict that if wilder catches tyson fury i think he will do some break dancing. glad to see frank renaud is doing well. —— frank bruno. there will be full coverage of the fight across the bbc. that's all from sportsday. thanks for watching — we'll see you again soon. the weekend looks pretty mixed
across the uk. we will get some sunshine but that is some rain forecast as well. it which is south—western parts of the uk during the course of tonight and by the end of the night it is wet across the west cou ntry of the night it is wet across the west country and wales. some rain getting to northern ireland as well and parts of the midlands so not a pleasa nt start and parts of the midlands so not a pleasant start to the day. towards the south west. that way more superg rass the south west. that way more supergrass and southern avenue of the uk to watch saturday morning and some of it will be every bite a strong wind. but the time you get to lunchtime many areas brighten up so the second half of the day tomorrow looks a lot better. all the while the north you will have sunshine in scotla nd the north you will have sunshine in scotland and it will be quite chilling. on sunday in the morning we will see bands of rain swooping across the country with this weather pattern. it will generally be an u nsettled pattern. it will generally be an unsettled day on sunday. further shows on the way and temperatures through the whole of the weekend not too bad. in the site. —— in the
southern parts. this is bbc news. i'm reeta chakrabarti. the headlines at seven. a breach of data at the marriott international hotel chain's starwood division, 500 million guests have their personal details compromised. there are now multiple investigations in the united states. to find out what has been taken and how. theresa may calls on mps to deliver on the brexit referendum but doesn't rule out another commons vote if they reject her deal the first time round. the prime minister is at the g20 summit of world leaders in argentina, where global tensions are dominating the meeting. elsewhere, there's an enthusiastic greeting between president putin and the saudi crown prince, suspected of ordering the murder of a journalist.