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And that's where we leave you for today, many thanks for being with us. Enjoy your sporting weekend and the sunshine if you are blessed with it. Sportsday will return at 08:00 BST on Monday. Cheerio now.
BBC Radio 5 Live
Tonight's 5 live Sport with Will Perry from 19:00 BST features live commentary of the Championship play-off semi-final first leg between Sheffield Wednesday and Brighton. Ian Brown is your commentator, with summaries from former England international Chris Waddle.
There is also a look ahead to the final day of the Premier League and a round-up of the action from practice at the Spanish Grand Prix.
BBC Manchester Sport
Former Manchester United and England midfielder Nobby Stiles now has a street named after him.
Former team-mates Sir Bobby Charlton, Denis Law and Brian Kidd were at the ceremony when Sudell Street in the Manchester suburb of Collyhurst became Nobby Stiles Drive in honour of the 73-year-old World Cup-winner.
Fifa appoint Senegalese UN diplomat Fatma Samoura as the first female secretary general in its history.
Falkirk and Hibernian are tied going into Friday's second leg of the Premiership play-off semi-final.
The eventual winner will play Kilmarnock in the two-legged final for a place in next season's top flight.
Midfielder Peter Grant has been a long-term absentee for Peter Houston's Falkirk.
Marvin Bartley returns to the Hibs squad after the midfielder missed Tuesday's first leg, which finished 2-2, due to a tight hamstring.
Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal is set to recall a number of players who were rested for the defeat at Wolves on Saturday.
Winger Ross Wallace is back after a three-match ban and striker Atdhe Nuhiu (knee) is fit to play.
Brighton will be without suspended duo Lewis Dunk and Dale Stephens, while veteran striker Bobby Zamora (hip) has been ruled out of both legs.
Steve Sidwell could replace Stephens, who starts a three-match ban.
BBC Radio Leicester Sport
Reporting on the Premier League champions is something my colleagues at BBC London and BBC Manchester are used to, such that we had to call and ask when we're meant to stop partying.
Seeing the trophy lifted by Wes Morgan was a start to the realisation that our city is home to the best club in the best league in the world but it's like matching all the lottery numbers but still needing the authorities to confirm you're the winning ticket.
I'm sure that will come soon but for now, our city is still soaking it in.
Germany's Andre Greipel overcame a late challenge by Australian Caleb Ewan to win the seventh stage of the 99th Giro d'Italia.
Dutchman Tom Dumoulin of the Giant team retains the race leaders' pink jersey.
We are only in the early stages of the County Championship season but head coach of Lancashire, Ashley Giles, says he's been impressed with his side's start - and has praised bowler James Anderson and all-rounder Luke Procter.
The Red Rose have taken 2 wins from their first three games and sit second behind their rivals Yorkshire in Division One.
You can read what Giles had to say, here.
Some colourful answers as always from Louis van Gaal when he is asked whether it will be more difficult for United to attract top quality players if they do not qualify for the Champions League.
"If. You are speaking always if. I am always answering if questions. Last year we were also in that situation and at the end we qualified. Then there were still players I wanted that we didn't purchase."
When he is pressed on who those players were, Van Gaal adds: "I cannot discuss that with you. It is a question for the board and the manager."
Baggies boss Tony Pulis has been discussing his future at the club ahead of West Brom's final home game of the season against Liverpool on Sunday - unsurprisingly he's a fan of straight-talking people, including chairman Jeremy Peace.
"The chairman and I will get together next week and we will have a good chat. We will talk about things," he said. "It is an honour to manage this great football club and there are things that I would like to improve.
"I get on very well with the chairman. He has been very straight and very honest. I prefer to deal with people like that."
Louis van Gaal looking confidently ahead to next season when he is asked how he can improve.
"I am always evaluating. I am always adapting to the situation and what we stand for. It is always the same. You have to evaluate yourself, your staff and players.
"Then you have to communicate and listen. That I am doing and I will do next season. The principles are always the same unless someone can convince me of other arguments."
England international midfielder Jordan Henderson tells reporters he has a "good chance" of playing in Wednesday's Europa League final against Sevilla.
Louis van Gaal is asked about what can be improved, given United's struggles to reach the top four.
"We are speaking now about if. I prefer to talk about facts. I can say what we have to improve still.
"I don't think we have to improve too much. We have to work more on our attacking organisation. That is what I said before this season. We need creative, fast players in attack. We still have to improve that."
Louis van Gaal on being two points behind fourth-placed Manchester City, having squandered a lead at West Ham in midweek.
"We are dependent on Manchester City. That is frustrating when you had the chance to keep the advantage. we were 2-1 ahead, with 15 mins to play and we gave it away. Still it is possible. We fight until the end."
It’s less than three months ago that a member of Quique Sanchez Flores’ staff told me they were worried the Watford manager would be poached by Chelsea….
Everton are determined to end their disappointing Premier League season on a high, says caretaker boss David Unsworth.
The Toffees have only won eight of their 18 top-flight home games this season, with Roberto Martinez coming under-fire from angry fans at Goodison Park before his sacking.
"I think there will be a change of mood," says Unsworth. "It has not been an easy place to play lately. But the Evertonians will turn out in force on Sunday and get behind the team. We have to them something to shout about. We owe them a win."
BBC Radio 5 live
Liverpool and England midfielder Jordan Henderson returns to full training at Melwood.
The Chronicle are reporting that Newcastle United are fighting hard to retain the services of manager Rafa Benitez in the aftermath of the club's relegation.
Recruitment, budgets and helicopters to the Wirral are all part of the discussion, apparently.
BBC Sport in Rome
Andy Murray is through to his first semi-final in Rome since 2011 with a 6-1 7-5 win over David Goffin, and he'll be glad to have finished off Goffin in a tense second set.
Huge clouds of red dust blew across the court as the wind got up, repeatedly halting play, but Goffin's serve was too vulnerable, Murray breaking seven times to win in straight sets.
He goes on to face France's Lucas Pouille, the world number 52 who's had an incredible week after losing in qualifying but then replacing the injured Jo-WIlfried Tsonga.
Is this the scene for Louis van Gaal's last Premier League press conference as Manchester United manager?
With an FA Cup final against Crystal Palace to come next week, we are unlikely to find out just yet.
Indeed, if recent weeks are anything to go by, Van Gaal won't want to be talking about his future at all.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes with his view on the dismissal of Roberto Martinez at Everton, ruling himself out as a possible replacement.
"I feel sorry for Roberto Martinez, who is a really engaging guy. Unfortunately for him, they have decided to go in a different way.
"I'm one of the more experienced managers in the Premier League so maybe it isn't surprising to see my name up there, but I'm more than happy here and am looking forward to next season. We've a lot of good things going on and my job certainly isn't finished."
Mark Hughes, whose team are 10th going into the final game, one point behind Chelsea. "We still have an opportunity, if we do our job and results go our way, of finishing ninth again.
"We want to win the game and finish in the top 10 - we certainly don't want to drop out of it."
Potters boss Mark Hughes confirms a lengthy injury for Stephen Ireland. "He's suffered a double fracture, which is incredibly rare. It looks like he will be out 8-9 months."
More on that second practice at the Spanish Grand Prix and Championship Nico Rosberg, 43 points clear after four GP wins this year already, set the pace as Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton could manage only the third-best time.
Hamilton was held up by a slower car on his best lap - but was already 0.2 seconds down on Rosberg's lap before the delay.
The top three were:
Nico Rosberg (Germany) Mercedes 1:23.922
Kimi Raikkonen (Finland) Ferrari 1:24.176
Lewis Hamilton (Britain) Mercedes 1:24.641
Departing goalkeeper Tim Howard will start Sunday's game against Norwich as he waves an emotional goodbye to Everton.
Before his sacking, previous manager Roberto Martinez had promised the American a farewell appearance after 10 years and almost 400 games of service.
"Tim will play - he deserves that," caretaker gaffer David Unsworth confirms.
"He has been a fantastic servant and deserves that honour. Tim was promised that he would start by Roberto and we’ll honour that."
Everton caretaker manager David Unsworth says departing boss Roberto Martinez told the Toffees board to put him in charge for Sunday's final game of the season.
"I spoke to Roberto after I was asked to take charge - I rang him first of all. He told the chairman to put me in charge. That’s the measure of the man. He's a terrific guy.
"Who wouldn’t want this job? I have massive aspirations to be a manager, this is the only place I want to manage. Whether that happens now or further down the line, who knows."