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  • Women’s Cricket World Cup - who will lift the trophy?
    With the semi-finals for the Women’s Cricket World Cup confirmed as Australia against West Indies and England against South Africa. Sportsworld’s Delyth Lloyd is joined by Australian spin bowler Alana King, Emily Windsor who plays for the Southern Vipers and the Trent Rockets in the UK, Alexis Nunes who covers West Indies cricket for ESPN Cricinfo and Aslam Khota cricket commentator with SABC in South Africa. They discuss who they think will be lifting the trophy in Christchurch. (Photo by Hagen Hopkins-ICC/ICC via Getty Images)
  • Shane Warne: The King remembered
    Tributes from across the cricketing world have been paid to Australia legend Shane Warne, who died from a suspected heart attack aged 52. Sportsworld's Lee James is joined by ABC cricket commentator Jim Maxwell, Australian cricket journalist Melinda Farrell and Indian cricket commentator Prakash Wakankar, as well as hearing at length from Warne's former teammate and roommate Stuart Law. The legendary spin bowler took 708 Test wickets the second most of all time, in 145 matches across a stellar 15-year international career. Photo: Shane Warne of Australia bows to the crowd at the end of day three of the fifth Ashes Test Match between Australia and England at the Sydney Cricket Ground on January 4, 2007 in Sydney, Australia. (Credit: Getty Images)
  • Looking forward to the Beijing Winter Olympics
    Sportsworld’s Lee James is joined by Sports News Correspondent Alex Capstick and Winter Olympic Reporter Katie Smith as they preview the Winter Olympics in Beijing. We also hear at length from USA Hockey head coach David Quinn and Swiss alpine skier Michelle Gisin. Image: A general view of the Shougang Big Air venue on January 29, 2022 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)
  • Sport in 2022
    Sportsworld’s Lee James is joined by a team of experts looking ahead to a huge year of global sporting events in 2022. We hear from the BBC’s Katie Smith and John Bennett, current Everton and England midfielder Izzy Christiansen, New Zealand journalist Rikki Swannell and assistant group head of sports at RJRGleaner Communications Group in Jamaica, Kayon Raynor. (Photo by Matteo Ciambelli/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
  • Would biennial World Cups benefit football?
    With the news that FIFA are staging a global summit on 20th December when plans for reform of the football calendar are to be discussed along with the staging of a biennial World Cup, Sportsworld considers the pros, and cons of holding FIFA’s flagship tournament every two years. The proposals have been developed by a technical advisory group, led by the former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who is now the chief of global football development at FIFA. Joining Sportsworld’s Lee James are former Nigeria captain and manager Sunday Oliseh, Africa football expert Mark Gleeson and former New Zealand international turned FIFA Women's World Cup manager, Bex Smith. Photo: The FIFA World Cup Trophy at the official award ceremony after the final match between France and Croatia at FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 (Credit: TASS via Getty Images)

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