Juventus vs Atletico Madrid TV channel: What channel is Champions League clash on today?

Juventus host Atletico Madrid tonight as they seek to overturn a first-leg defeat in the Champions League round of 16. What TV channel is the match on tonight? Serie A leaders Juventus suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Atletico Madrid last month and now face the tough proposition of scoring at least twice against Diego Simeone’s men. Goals from Diego Godin and Jose Maria Gimenez secured the first leg victory at the Wanda Metropolitano.

PSL table and schedule 2019: Pakistan Super League points table, team news and fixtures

The Pakistan Super League returned to action this weekend, as sides aimed to confirm their spot in the playoffs ahead of a crucial final week. Express Sport has all the details on points tables, team news and the latest fixtures. Fourth-placed Karachi Kings stunned Quetta Gladiators, securing victory by a single run. A haul of 99 for Ahmed Shehzad was not enough for the leaders as they were defeated for only the third time this season.

A new cinema for Hayes?

After more than two decades without a cinema in the town, could a movie theatre be returning to Hayes? That’s the proposal being made by the Really Local Group, which hopes to build a “world class cultural and creative hub” on a site in Blyth Road. Known as “The Gramophone”, the project would include a 3-screen cinema, as well as food and drink outlets alongside dedicated spaces for music and arts. The company is asking residents to give their views on the proposal in a short survey on their website. When we asked, many residents were interested in the idea and even excited about the prospect of having a cinema back in their town.

A momentous turning point or delaying the inevitable?

BT Sport’s host Jake Humphrey pulled no punches on Saturday, tweeting “Mark Robins 1990. Alexis Sanchez 2018”, hinting that the Chilean’s last-gasp winner for United could save beleaguered boss José Mourinho’s job. This drew some comparisons to Robin’s match-winning goal at Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup, widely understood to have saved Sir Alex Ferguson’s job as he entered a fourth trophyless season at the Red Devils.

Smartphone design: Have recent changes benefitted the industry and consumers?

Ever since they were introduced over a decade ago, smartphone design has been at the forefront of many of the tech giants’ thinking. Novel ways of innovating to create a ‘new and exciting’ product each year, whilst also enhancing the user experience and appearing to offer value for money, have been a top priority. Smartphones have seen huge changes to their design and functionality in a relatively short time period, so it is maybe inevitable that there has been a slowdown in recent years.

Marks and Spencer rebuked over Christmas dinner advert

Marks and Spencer has been reprimanded after misleading customers over the cost of Christmas dinner. Print advertisements for the retailer last December claimed that its ingredients were “£10 cheaper than 2016”, adding that it was “the only supermarket where Christmas dinner costs less than last year”. The advert did not make it clear that two products — a whole turkey and a Christmas cake — had been replaced with cheaper alternatives.

‘Your call is important to us’: Here’s how long we had to wait on hold at ten call centres

After a pensioner from Attleborough waited for 16 hours in total on hold to her bank, we decided to dip our toe in the water of call centres. Wendy Grady lost £2,800 to scammers but could not get through to her bank TSB for hours, despite making several calls over three days. We picked ten helpline numbers for big companies and local councils and timed how long it took us to get through to a human. All performed well. Norwich City Council had the longest wait at 5 minutes 36 seconds.

Here are some of the best pubs showing the World Cup this summer

Here are some of the best spots in Norwich and the rest of Norfolk to enjoy the FIFA World Cup this summer. The Murderers, Timber Hill, NR1 Set a stone’s throw away from Castle Mall, this lively pub is sure to have a great atmosphere come match day. The pub has even been renamed to ‘The Harry’, complete with the Duke of Sussex on the sign to commemorate the Royal Wedding and a Harry Kane cut-out behind the bar for the World Cup in Russia.

Wales ring changes for Hong Kong clash at women's World Cup

Wales may have lost both their matches at the Women’s World Cup but will be heavy favourites to finish Pool A with victory over Hong Kong in Dublin tomorrow (KO 5pm). After a disappointing fifth-place finish in the Six Nations earlier this year, with just one win from their five matches, coach Rowland Phillips was eager for improvement. The 44-12 defeat to New Zealand flattered Wales’ opponents while Phillips’ team gave everything during a 15-0 loss to 2014 finalists Canada.