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Apprentice final moved for match

Sir Alan Sugar with Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford
Sir Alan (c) and his aides will decide who wins the job

The final of The Apprentice has been moved so it does not clash with the England World Cup Qualifier on 10 June, the BBC has announced.

In a statement a BBC spokesperson said: "We appreciate that many viewers will want to watch both."

On Wednesday the remaining candidates will face the tough interview round, and the winner will be announced in the final show on Sunday 7 June.

Yasmina, Lorraine, Debra, James and Kate remain in the show.

An additional programme - Why I Fired Them - will also be broadcast on Sunday 7 June.

The show will feature Sir Alan Sugar explaining how each week he would decide who would be fired.

On this week's show Howard was fired by the tycoon, after his team lost the shopping channel challenge.



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