TODAY'S LIVE ACTION.10am Tennis French Open Eurosport & BBCi, 10am-7.30pm The men's fourth-round matches continue with local heroes Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Gael Monfils among those in action at Roland Garros Preview page 100 1pm Cricket World Twenty20 warm-up match Sky Sports 1, 1pm-5pm Bangladesh prepare for their World Twenty20 campaign with a gentle warm-up game against plucky minnows Australia (starts 1.30pm) Preview page 101 1pm Cricket World Twenty20 warm-up match Sky Sports Interactive, 1pm- 5pm Ireland and Holland hone their six- hitting skills on the biggest stage of Sky Sports 1, 5pm-9pm Pakistan - missing fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar (genital warts) - take on South Africa at Trent Bridge (starts 5.30pm) Preview page 101 5pm Cricket World Twenty20 warm-up match Sky Sports Interactive, 5pm-9pm
New Zealand face tournament favourites India in the second game of the day at Lord's (starts 5.30pm) Preview page 101 6.45pm Football Under 19 European Championship Setanta Sports 1, 6.45pm-9.15pm England and Scotland clash in a qualifier from Sheffield United's Bramall Lane (kick-off 7pm) Preview page 103 7.30pm Speedway Elite League The Elite League is the top division of Speedway in the United Kingdom and goverened by the Speedway Control Board (SCB), in conjunction with the British Speedway Promoters' Association (BSPA). Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm-9.30pm Ipswich Witches hope to cast a spell on tonight's opponents, Swindon Robins 12am Baseball MLB ESPN ESPN Entertainment and Sports Programming Network America, 12am-3am Life's a pitch for Cleveland Indians and New York Yankees Editing of this page by unregistered or newly registered users is currently disabled due to vandalism. WELL WORTH WATCHING Tennis: French Open Eurosport, 7.30pm-9.45pm.
Mats Wilander and the delightful Annabel Croft present highlights of the day's action Time of our Lives Sky Sports 1 10pm-11pm.
Newcastle United players reminisce about the good old days - presumably pre·sum·a·ble
That can be presumed or taken for granted; reasonable as a supposition: presumable causes of the disaster. when Damien Duff could beat a full-back, Nicky Butt used to win things and Alan Smith once scored a goal