On BT Sport tonight

David Ginola makes his BT Sport debut, the two Dans offer their alternative take on the sporting weekend and there's live rugby action from the French Top 14.
  • David Ginola
    Last updated: 30 August 2013, 12:41 BST

    It doesn't take much to upstage Danny Baker and Danny Kelly on the male grooming stakes, but the boys had no chance tonight as the always-immaculate David Ginola joins the BT Sport Live team for the first time tonight (BT Sport 1, 10:00pm).

    The former Newcastle, Tottenham and Aston Villa star will look ahead to the weekend's Premier League action, and the dissect an intriguing week of European action.

    Also on the show, presenter Chris Hollins chats to British racer Cal Crutchlow ahead of the British MotoGP this weekend at Silverstone.

    Baker and Kelly present their smorgasbord of sporting silliness and entertainment this evening on BT Sport, with Baker and Kelly's V.S.P.O. (BT Sport 1, 6:00pm) promising more off-the-wall predictions and amusing tales from the show's callers. 

    You can get involved in the show, too, by emailing the two Dans at bakerkelly@btsport.com or tweeting @BakerKellyBTS.

    Our live sporting action tonight comes from France, as the Top 14 rugby season continues with Stade Francais taking on Biarritz (BT Sport 1, 7:15pm). Both sides have picked up one win and one loss so far this season. Who'll make a step forward tonight?  Find out from 7:15pm.

    We build up to tomorrow night's rematch for the UFC lightweight title with Countdown to UFC 164 (BT Sport 2, 9:00pm) as we check in with the two fighters set to compete in the event, including UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson and challenger Anthony Pettis. 

    Our UFC coverage continues at 10:00pm in Benson Henderson: Rising Up, a revealing behind-the-scenes documentary profiling the clean-cut UFC lightweight champion of the world (BT Sport 2, 10:00pm).

    Not a BT Sport subscriber? Find out how to get BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2 and ESPN at bt.com/sport

    Last updated: 30 August 2013, 12:41 BST

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