That's your lot from Sportsday for another day, but let us redirect you to our Portugal v Wales live page, where Tom Rostance will continue build up to the semi-final and guide you through the biggest game in Welsh football history.
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Excitement is building for former Wales striker and BBC Wales pundit Iwan Roberts...
Notlob: Off to bed so I can get up at 2.30am (Brisbane) and tune in for even more of your build up. Go Wales.
Stuart Benns: Had a couple of beers watching the sunset in Bali. A few hours to kill now till 3 am. At least the bars are open at that time.
BBC Sport Wales at Stade de Lyon
Wales will be forced into two changes as midfielder Aaron Ramsey and defender Ben Davies are suspended.
According to sources close to the squad, Leicester’s Premier League winner Andy King will replace Ramsey and West Ham centre-back James Collins will come in for Davies.
Davies’ distribution will be missed but, after a strong season for his club, Collins will be relishing his first start for Wales since the 3-0 win away against Israel in March 2015.
Mo Thomas: Having a football party with large HD TV, some Efes and small contingent of Welsh fans in Maveśehir, Turkey.
Louise Facey: Getting a bit emotional listening to BBC Radio 5 live this morning. Fab build up to Wales v Portugal. Win/lose it's been a true Hollywood tale.
Owen: By being "ill" and staying off school but really buying Bale shirt and heading to fan zone.
Sportsday obviously cannot condone such conduct, Owen...
Almost certainly, James...
Yorkie: "Lads you've already done yourselves proud. No one gave us a hope in hell! So just go out there and enjoy yourselves again."
James Stafford: "Go out there and make Ronaldo cry. A nation, nay, the world, demands it."
Sam Gachohi: Go on Lads! Audere est facere! However, I think only Ben Davies would get me.
Wee Spurs reference there from Sam...
It's striking just how relaxed the atmosphere seems in the Wales camp...
Poetry and football come together in this video from comedian and lifelong Wales fan Elis James.
Look away if you don't want to see the face of a man eating from a pot full of snails...
Not content with recording the official Wales anthem, the Manic Street Preachers have also done this...
The South Wales Evening Post have got a corker of a story. One in which they have a certain C Ronaldo saying he wants Wales to beat Portugal.
But all is not as it seems - because the C Ronaldo in question is called Christian and a supermarket worker who lives in Wales.
If you fancy having a gander at Christian's story, head over here.
What will happen in the final? Will they find a German national called T Muller who works in a yogurt factory?
BBC Sport Wales in Lyon
Chant suggestion for Wales fans...
Chim chiminey, chim chiminey, shim chim cher-oo,
Pepe's been psyched out by Robson-Kanu.
The excitement is getting to Daf, we fear...
BBC Sport chief football writer in Lyon
Heavy Wales contingent already in the media centre here in Lyon - and plenty of former internationals in attendance to witness what they hope will be the greatest night in their country's football history.
Former captain Kevin Ratcliffe is here, as well as former strikers Iwan Roberts and Nathan Blake. John Hartson is en route to the Stade de Lyon. What would those proud Welshman give to be part of the action against Portugal tonight?
BBC Sport at Wimbledon
Watch the best of the action from a thrilling fourth-set tie break as seven-times Wimbledon champion Roger Federer comes out on top to force a decisive fifth set against Croatia's Marin Cilic.
BBC Sport chief football writer in Lyon
Covered Wales at real low points in history - in Moldova and Georgia for defeats in late 1994. Great to be here in Lyon for their biggest game.
Wigan Warriors back-rower Joel Tomkins could be ruled out of action "indefinitely" with a knee injury, according to head coach Shaun Wane.
Tomkins, 29, has played nine Super League games in 2016, but missed the 26-6 victory at Catalans Dragons in Perpignan on Saturday. The England player may need an operation.
"Joel is struggling with his knee, that's not looking good," said head coach Shaun Wane.
Milos Raonic is the first player through to the men's semi-final at Wimbledon.
He defeated Sam Querry - who knocked out Nocak Djokovic on Saturday - in four sets 4-6 5-7 7-5 4-6.
Raonic will face either Roger Federer or Marin Cilic, who are currently playing out a decisive fifth set on Centre Court.
Former Barcelona and Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes will discuss personal terms and undergo a medical with Premier League new boys Middlesbrough on Thursday.
The 34-year-old left Old Trafford after falling out with former manager Louis van Gaal, who said last summer Valdes had refused to play in an Under-21 game.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan says he is "very proud" to have joined Manchester United.
"This is a dream come true for me." said the 27-year-old Armenia international. "I am excited to play for a club with such an illustrious history and hope to be part of it for a long time."
Henrikh Mkhitaryan has joined Manchester United from Borussia Dortmund.
The Armenia international joins the Red Devils on a four-year contract with the option to extend for a further year.
United manager Jose Mourinho said: "Henrikh is a very talented footballer who has been in such prolific form for both his club and his country."
BBC football expert
It's been billed as Cristiano Ronaldo versus Gareth Bale but that is just a sideshow. Wales are all about team-work, albeit with a brilliant player in Bale at the top of it. In contrast, I am still not sure what Portugal are about.
I know Wales are missing suspended duo Aaron Ramsey and Ben Davies but they will be well balanced and they will have a plan. Five games into Euro 2016, Portugal have not convinced me they have one.
Lawro's prediction: 1-1 (Wales to win on penalties)