|Great Britain v Uzbekistan – Davis Cup play-off|
|Venue: Emirates Arena, Glasgow Dates: 14-16 September Coverage: Live video on the Red Button and online; live text commentaries on the BBC Sport website|
Davis Cup action returns to Glasgow this weekend when Great Britain host Uzbekistan and there will be comprehensive coverage on the BBC.
The World Group play-off starts on Friday with the opening two singles matches, followed by the doubles on Saturday and final two singles rubbers on Sunday.
BBC viewers will be able to watch all the singles matches live on the Red Button, while action from all three days of the tie will also be broadcast live on the BBC Sport website and via connected TVs.
There will also be live text coverage on the BBC Sport website and app, including the latest news, analysis, images and social media updates.
Dan Evans returns to the GB team after serving a 12-month ban for cocaine use, while emerging talent Cameron Norrie, who is ranked 70th in the world, is Britain’s leading player in the absence of Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund.
Murray is being rested as he continues his recovery from hip surgery and British number one Edmund misses out with tonsillitis.
The team, captained by Leon Smith, also includes doubles specialists Jamie Murray and Dominic Inglot, along with 20-year-old Jay Clarke.
Uzbekistan have called up world number 60 Denis Istomin for their first meeting with Great Britain, but Jurabek Karimov – their next highest ranked player – is only 434th in the world.
After defeat by Spain in the first round of the World Group in February, the meeting was set to be a relegation play-off with Britain’s five-year stay in the competition’s top tier at stake.
However, the Davis Cup will change to an 18-team event season finale in 2019, meaning the result of the tie will have no bearing on Britain’s qualification.
But a thrilling atmosphere is still guaranteed at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow as the Scottish crowd welcome back the 2015 Davis Cup champions for their first tie at the venue since losing to Argentina in the semi-finals two years ago.
All times BST. Times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made.
Friday, 14 September
13:00-18:00 – BBC Red Button, online and connected TVs
Match-ups for the opening singles matches to be confirmed
Watch the opening day’s action here
Saturday, 15 September
14:00-17:00 – Online and via connected TVs
Match-ups for the doubles to be confirmed
Watch Saturday’s action here
Sunday, 16 September
12:00-16:00 – BBC Red Button, online and connected TVs
Match-ups for the concluding singles to be confirmed
Watch the final day’s action here
Audiences can access all of BBC Sport’s digital coverage from bbc.co.uk/sport via a web browser on PCs and handheld devices or the BBC Sport app for mobiles and tablets (iOS and Android). The BBC Sport app for connected TVs will also provide all live streams and video highlights.
You can view TV and Red Button broadcasts on the BBC iPlayer.
NB. All times are BST and are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made. Also coverage on BBC Red Button can experience late schedule changes, so details may differ from this page. Further programmes and times will appear when confirmed.