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Summary

  1. Bournemouth complete Mings deal
  2. West Ham sign £10m Payet from Marseille
  3. Murray faces Kukushkin at Wimbledon
  4. GET INVOLVED #glastoXI

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By Michael Emons, Neil Johnston and Matthew Henry

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That's it for Sportsday. Thanks for your company and all your texts and tweets, especially your Glastonbury related suggestions. If you're heading to the festival...enjoy. Sportsday is back at 08:00 BST on Monday, the first day of Wimbledon. Yes, summer is truly here. Until then...

Downing to Sunderland?

Football

Stewart Downing
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Sunderland are to step up their interest in West ham midfielder Stewart Downing, reports

the Daily Telegraph.

Downing scored six goals for the Hammers last season, but could leave the London club following the signing of Dimitri Payet from Marseille.

The Middlesbrough-born player had a brief spell on loan with the Black Cats in 2003.

Leicester to sign Japanese striker - reports

Football

Shinki Okazaki
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Leicester City are on the verge of signing Mainz striker Shinji Okazaki, according to German newspaper

Bild.

The paper says a fee of around £7m has been agreed and the official announcement is a mere formality.

The Japanese forward made 32 appearances in the Bundesliga last season scoring 12 goals.

Warwickshire hit by traffic problems

Cricket

Warwickshire say a number of their players are struggling to get to Old Trafford in time for the start of their Twenty20 game with Lancashire because of traffic problems on the M6.

The match is due to start at 18:30 BST.

Closures of M6 has severely disrupted player travel plans; several players still travelling & will update when we can edgb.cc/Rf1BI

Griffin extends Salford deal

Rugby League

Former Hull KR and London Broncos forward George Griffin, 23, signs a two-year

contract extension with Salford.

International newspapers

L'Equipe (France)

L'Equipe
L'Equipe

French newspaper L'Equipe looks ahead to tonight's women's World Cup quarter-final where France play Germany.

The paper calls on the French team to 'change history'. France lost to Germany 4-2 during the group phase of the 2011 Women's World Cup although France still went on to finish fourth overall.

The match starts at 21:00 BST and there will be live coverage on BBC Three from 20:50 BST.

bbc-coverageWomen's World Cup quarter-finals

Football

The finals have reached the quarter-final stage and you can watch all four matches on the BBC.

On Friday, you can see Germany v France (BBC 3, 21:00 BST) followed by China v United States (Red button, 00:30 BST)

Then on Saturday, we will bring you Australia v Japan (BBC3, 21:00 BST) followed by Canada v England (BBC1, 00:30 BST)

Greenbank wins again

Swimming

Nick Hope

BBC Olympic sports reporter

Luke Greenbank
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"British swimmer Luke Greenbank underlined his potential to qualify for the Rio Olympics next year by claiming his second title at the European Games in Baku.

"The 17-year-old won the 100m backstroke title on Thursday and completed the double with a stunning victory over 200m.

"His time of one minute 56.89 seconds was a new world junior record beating the previous mark of 1:56.94, set by Li Guangyuan of China in August last year. It was also the ninth quickest time recorded by a senior swimmer so far in 2015."

How meditation led to three world titles

Motorsport

Andy Priaulx
BMW Motorsport

Triple World Touring Car champion Andy Priaulx has revealed how meditation has helped him achieve success on the track.

The 40-year-old from Guernsey told BBC Sport he uses the Silva method - where he puts himself into an almost sleep-like state and then focuses on winning races.

Read more about Priaulx's path to glory

here.

Kolo Shaker

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Kula Shaker
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Gary: Kolo Shaker

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Birmingham sign Maghoma

Football

New signing for Birmingham City. The Championship club have secured the services of a former Tottenham and Sheffield Wednesday midfielder...

OFFICIAL: Jacques Maghoma joins #BCFC on a two-year deal with a one-year option. Welcome @Jmags19

OFFICIAL: Jacques Maghoma joins #BCFC on a two-year deal with a one-year option. Welcome @Jmags19

baker joins Vitesse Arnhem

Football

Chelsea midfielder Lewis Baker, 20, will spend the 2015-16 season on loan at Vitesse Arnhem in the Dutch Eredivisie.

The England under-20 captain is contracted to Chelsea for a further four years and ended last season by helping MK Dons win automatic promotion to the Championship.

Wozniacki ready for Wimbledon

Tennis

Caroline Wozniacki plays down fears she could miss Wimbledon after withdrawing from the Aegon International through injury...

Ready for Wimbledon. I love Eastbourne and can't wait to be back again next year!

Veteran Hayles joins Chesham United

Football

Former Fulham and Stevenage striker Barry Hayles has joined Southern League Premier Division side Chesham United as a player-coach at the age of 43.

He was available

after being released by Truro, with whom he won promotion out of Chesham's division in 2014-15.

It extends Hayles' 26-year career, which has taken in teams including Leicester, Cheltenham and Arlesey Town.

"He is incredibly fit, and still loves the game," Chesham boss Andy Leese

told the club website.

Public Lawrie McMenemy

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Mr David Winson: De La Soul Campbell

Public Enemy
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GambleGeek: Public Lawrie McMenemy

Nath Kinsell: Emerson, Lake and Carlton Palmer

And someone, whose name we have misplaced, offered the sensational Pet Shop Boyce.

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bbc-coverageSport Today

Wimbledon 2015

BBC World News

Wimbledon
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Sport Today brings you a 12-minute Wimbledon special on BBC World News at 16:45 BST.

Filmed on location at the All England Club, presenter John Watson takes the walk of champions through to Centre Court, finds out how strawberries and cream became such a tradition with the spectators, and discovers how the grass is given as much care and attention as the players.

Find out how you can watch it here

Getting ready for Europa League action

Football

West Ham's plans for next Thursday's Europa League tie with Lusitans of Andorra are well under way. Now the manager has arrived...

PIC: Slaven Bilic has arrived at the Hammers' pre-season training camp in Ireland. #WHUFC #COYI

PIC: Slaven Bilic has arrived at the Hammers' pre-season training camp in Ireland. #WHUFC #COYI

England series to be shown live on BBC

Rugby League

The BBC will provide full live coverage of England's three-match Test series against New Zealand in November.

BBC Two will screen the opener at Hull's KC Stadium on Sunday, 1 November with BBC One showing the historic Olympic Stadium game the next Saturday.

The series finale at Wigan's DW Stadium will be live on BBC One on Saturday, 14 November.

Tyson Gay among 10 to go sub-10

Athletics

Only six British men have broken 10 seconds for 100m - but

10 Americans achieved the feat in one night at their national championships.

During Thursday's four heats in Eugene, 2007 world champion Tyson Gay clocked 9.85 seconds - faster than any Briton in history - but was still beaten.

Remontay McClain, 22, led the way with 9.82 seconds, while 19-year-old Trayvon Bromell ran 9.84 as all 10 athletes to go under 10 seconds progressed to Friday's semi-finals.

The first three finishers in the final will qualify automatically for the World Championships in Beijing, which begin on 22 August.

Missing test irresponsible - Keothavong

Tennis

BBC Radio 5 live

Anne Keothavong
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Former British number one Anne Keothavong has said it is "totally irresponsible" of athletes to miss drugs tests.

High profile British athletes Mo Farah and Chris Froome have missed drugs tests in recent years.

"That's totally irresponsible to be that careless, because it's part of your job to fill out the daily whereabouts," Keothavong, 31, told BBC Radio 5 Live.

The former world number 48 also said tennis players are not tested anywhere near enough.

Davidson joins Huddersfield

Football

Huddersfield Town sign Australia international full-back

Jason Davidson on a three-year deal.

The 23-year-old joins the Championship club after being released by West Bromwich Albion last month, having made just five appearances in his only season with the Baggies.

Welsh move back to London

Rugby Union

Following their relegation from the Premiership, London Welsh

have announced they will leave the Kassam Stadium in Oxford and return to Old Deer Park in south-west London.

The club will continue to look at other facilities "appropriate for hosting top level rugby."

Bournemouth complete Mings deal

Football

Bournemouth confirm the signing of defender Tyrone Mings from Ipswich.

Scottish winger Ryan Fraser goes the opposite direction on a season-long loan deal, while Cherries forward Brett Pitman also completes a permanent move to Portman Road.

BREAKING: #afcb sign @OfficialTM_3 from #itfc on a four-year deal: bit.ly/1FF6Uf7

BREAKING: #afcb sign @OfficialTM_3 from #itfc on a four-year deal: bit.ly/1FF6Uf7

Dzeko and the Bunnymen

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Echo and the Bunneymen
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Jr: Krul and the Gang

Martin Donohue: Dzeko and the Bunnymen

Leigh Faughnan: Seasick Steve Bruce

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Who is West Ham's new signing Dimitri Payet?

Football

Dimitri Payet
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  • The 28-year-old was born in Reunion, a small French island in the Indian Ocean.
  • Payet joined Marseille from Lille in 2013 for £7.66m, having previously played for Saint Etienne and Nantes.
  • Last season won the Ligue 1's 'Meilleur Passeur' award for the most assists.
  • Created 135 chances for Marseille last season, more than any player in Europe's major leagues.
  • Payet has 15 caps for France and has scored one goal, which came in a defeat to Belgium earlier this month.
  • The Frenchman was left out of Marseille's squad for a game against Lille in December, and ordered on his Christmas holiday early by coach Marcelo Bielsa due to a "lack of involvement in training".

Gold for Joyce

European Games

BBC Sport's David McDaid in Baku tweets about another British gold medal...

GB's Joe Joyce is the European Games super heavyweight champion. He's beaten Russia's Gimbatov by unanimous decision.

GB's Joe Joyce is the European Games super heavyweight champion. He's beaten Russia's Gimbatov by unanimous decision.

Querrey to play Istomin in final

Nottingham Open

Sam Querrey
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Sam Querrey has beaten Alexandr Dolgopolov to reach the final of the Nottingham ATP Open.

The 6ft 6in American won 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 against Dolgopolov to reach the final where he will face Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin.

Istomin's semi-final lasted just three games before his opponent Marcos Baghdatis retired.

Dolly Barton

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Dolly Parton
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Calum Leask: Belle and Sebastien Coates

Marc Suffolk: A-Dele Adebola

Dave B: Dolly Barton

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Cavendish place confirmed

Tour de France

Mark Cavendish
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Mark Cavendish has been named in the Etixx - Quick-Step team for the 102nd Tour De France.

The Manxman is joined by Michal Golas, Michal Kwiatkowski, Tony Martin, Mark Renshaw, Zdenek Stybar, Matteo Trentin, Rigoberto Uran, and Julien Vermote for the three-week tour, which starts on Saturday, 4 July and runs until Sunday, 26 July.

Kent v Australia

Kent 72-1, Australia 507-8 dec

Sam Sheringham at Canterbury

BBC Sport

Kent have responded well to the early loss of Daniel Bell-Drummond, who was lbw to Mitchell Johnson's sixth ball.

Two former England players, Rob Key and Joe Denly, are starting to find the middle of the bat and have taken Kent to 72-1 at tea in reply to Australia's 507-8 declared.

Key, who was cheerily chatting to Johnson as he left the field, has 38 off 54 balls and Denly is 32 not out.

Wozniacki out at Eastbourne

Aegon International

Caroline Wozniacki
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Second seed Caroline Wozniacki is out of the Aegon International after withdrawing through injury.

The Dane was trailing 3-0 to Belinda Bencic in Eastbourne when she retired after consultation with the trainer.

It means the Swiss teenager faces Agnieszka Radwanska in Saturday's final.

Payet a 'world-class' signing

Football

West Ham United have signed a "world-class" player following the arrival of midfielder Dimitri Payet, according to Hammers joint-chairman David Sullivan.

France international Payet, 28, has

signed a five-year contract in a deal reportedly worth more than £10m.

"If he was 22 he would be £30m plus, but he's still in his prime," added Sullivan. "Slaven saw him as his number one target that we could afford - sadly Ronaldo and Messi were outside our budget at the moment."

Lady Yaya

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Lady Gaga
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Jamie: Pjanic at the disco

Chris Kelly: Two Door Sinama Pongolle Club

Jack Drain: Lady YAYA

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Radwanska into Eastbourne final

Aegon International

Agnieska Radwanska
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Agnieszka Radwanska is through to the final in Eastbourne after a 6-1 6-7 (3) 6-2 win over American Sloane Stephens.

The Pole will play the winner of Belinda Bencic and Caroline Wozniacki, whose match gets underway shortly live on BBC Two or online

here.

Farah staying with Salazar

Athletics

Mo Farah releases a new statement in which he vows to stick with coach Alberto Salazar.

The British Olympic and world champion said earlier this month he

"wants answers" following allegations linking Salazar with doping. The coach issued a 12,000 word denial on Thursday.

Mo Farah and Alberto Salazar
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"Although it's been a difficult time, I asked Alberto to respond to the allegations made against him and he has now done so in full," said Farah in a statement posted on his

Facebook page on Friday.

"As someone I've worked with for many years, I feel I have to believe in Alberto and the evidence he has provided. Based on that evidence, I will continue to work with him and hope now that I can focus on what I do best - training hard to win medals for my country."

BreakingFarah staying with Salazar

Athletics

Britain's double Olympic champion Mo Farah says he is staying with coach Alberto Salazar.

Wilfried Bony M

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Boney M
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George Oliver: Wilfried Bony M

JH: Clinton Van Morrison

Carl: Sonic Huth

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Istomin through to Nottingham final

Tennis

Marcos Baghdatis
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Denis Istomin advanced to the final of the Nottingham Open when defending champion Marcos Baghdatis retired early in their semi-final match with a calf injury.

Baghdatis, who was on a nine-match winning streak at the Wimbledon warm-up tournament, was leading 2-1 with a break in the first set when he pulled up after making a serve. He received treatment and retired.

"I felt my calf pop," the Cypriot said. "I'll see the doctors down in Wimbledon and we'll make a decision either tomorrow night or Sunday morning. We'll see."

Fulham sign Blackburn's Cairney

Football

Tom Cairney
Empics

Fulham

have announced the signing of Blackburn Rovers midfielder Tom Cairney for an undisclosed fee.

The 24-year-old has penned a four-year deal with the west London club, with the option of a further year.

The former Hull City trainee joined Rovers on a three-and-a-half-year deal in January 2014 and went on to make 85 appearances at Ewood Park.

England beat USA at World Championships

Football

England captain Jack Rutter
Steve Bond/Pinnacle/FA

England will face the Republic of Ireland in the 5th/6th place play-off at the Cerebral Palsy Football World Championship at St George's Park on Saturday.

England wrapped up a comfortable 10-0 win over USA with two goals apiece for Jake Brown, James Blackwell and Ollie Nugent.

Having trailed 4-0 at half-time, the USA started the second half with an own goal while Jack Rutter, Matt Crossen and Michael Barker were also on target for the hosts.

The result secures they will beat their previous best finish of seventh while fifth place would assure them of a Rio Paralympic spot.