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  1. Andy Murray defeated by Borna Coric at Madrid Open
  2. West Ham's Michail Antonio signs new deal
  3. Europa League semi: Build-up to Man Utd v Celta Vigo
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By Shamoon Hafez

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Coric defeats Murray at Madrid Open

Murray 3-6 3-6 Coric

That's it for Andy Murray - he is out of the Madrid Open at the last-16 stage.

The world number one was certainly not at his best and never even showed any of his top form during the match.

As for world number 59, it was a relatively straight-forward win for him.

He is now into the last eight, having won his first ATP title last month.

Murray saves first match point

Murray 3-6 3-5 Coric

Two match points for Coric

Murray 3-6 3-5 Coric

'It's a massive hurdle for Celta'

Man Utd v Celta Vigo (20:05 BST)

Celta Vigo, who have scored in all six of their Europa League away games this season, are bidding to win their first major trophy in Europe.

Their coach Eduardo Berizzo, a former Argentina defender, remains undaunted by the challenge facing his side.

"It represents a massive hurdle for Celta. This in itself is a motivation," he said.

"Having nearly 3,000 people travelling all the way from Spain, even after losing the first leg 1-0, those fans didn't give up, even against the most powerful team in the world with 70,000 of their own fans.

"We've got to go with the attitude that in football, everything is possible."

Coric on the brink of beating Murray

Murray 3-6 3-5 Coric

Look at this!

Borna Coric has picked the perfect time to break world number one Andy Murray - putting himself within a game of arguably his biggest victory of his career (OK, so he won his first ATP title last month...)

Can he seal victory? Listen to what could be the climax on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

'We might need to get promoted to keep Sessegnon'

Ryan Sessegnon
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Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic says keeping teenager Ryan Sessegnon at the club could depend on the Cottagers securing promotion.

The 16-year-old has scored seven goals in 29 appearances for the West London club this season.

Fulham host Reading in their play-off semi-final first leg on Saturday. 

"If we get promoted, it's the best way to keep him," he said.

"I've talked many times about him and personally I believe he is in the right place, he doesn't need to change in this moment.

"It will depend on different sides. For myself, I think we will fight to be working with him next season."

Is Coric a star in the making?

Murray 3-6 3-3 Coric

Borna Coric
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For those who have been following the career Borna Coric, this scoreline, so far, perhaps does not come as a huge surprise.

The 20-year-old Croat's stock has been rising this season - he defeated German Philipp Kohlschreiber in Morocco last month to win his first ATP title.

It's all going to serve in this set.

'The most important match of our history'

Man Utd v Celta Vigo (20:05 BST)

Jose Mourinho
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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho: "No-one else did it before," he said. "It will be very important for the club and the players. We will fight hard.

"For Celta, in their words, it's the most important match of their history and my feelings it's also the most important match of our history.

"It doesn't matter what happened before, what matters is the next one."

Murray nearly broken again

Murray 3-6 1-1 Coric

Andy Murray saves break point in his first service game of the second set against his 20-year-old Croat opponent.

It's not been an easy ride in this Madrid Open last-16 match.

On this day


In 2008, Manchester United secured the Premier League title, their 10th under Sir Alex Ferguson and 17th overall, with a 2-0 win at Wigan.

Sir Alex Ferguson holds the English Premier League trophy
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World number 59 takes first set against Murray

Murray 3-6 Coric

Is there a shock on the cards in the last 16 of the Madrid Open?

The world number one is a set down against Croat 20-year-old Borna Coric.

Live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra right now.

Early team news

Man Utd v Celta Vigo (20:05 BST)

Marouane Fellaini
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Marouane Fellaini is available for Manchester United's Europa League second-leg tie with Celta Vigo at Old Trafford on Thursday.

The midfielder is serving a three-match suspension following his sending-off against Manchester City last month, but that only applies to domestic matches.

Antonio Valencia has trained since missing Sunday's defeat by Arsenal.

Former Manchester United forward Giuseppe Rossi (knee) is out for Celta Vigo.

The 30-year-old will be sidelined for at least six months after suffering a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee against Eibar last month.

Manchester United are looking to the Europa League as a passage to next season's Champions League.

Another break for Coric

Murray 3-4 Coric

The world number 59 has broken the world number one again!

Can he hold serve this time?

Murray broken but...

Murray 3-3 Coric

The first hiccup for the world number one as the 20-year-old Croat Borna Coric breaks, before the Scot breaks back to love.

It's as you were on serve in the last 16 of the Madrid Open.

Over the moon


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Michail Antonio
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More on the news that Michail Antonio has signed a new contract at West Ham.

The 27-year-old has scored 18 goals in 69 appearances since joining the club from Nottingham Forest in 2015.

He said: "I am over the moon, I have loved my time here and I'm just happy that we have managed to get things sorted so I can move onto next season and do what I've done this season."

BreakingAntonio signs new deal


West Ham United

West Ham midfielder Michail Antonio has signed a new long-term deal with the club until 2021.

No early hiccups for Murray

Andy Murray
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After Murray cruised through his opening service game before Borna Coric held serve in his opening game.

Murray leads 2-1 on the clay.

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Murray v Coric under way

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Andy Murray

World numero uno Andy Murray has started his Madrid Open last-16 match against 20-year-old Borna Coric.

It's on BBC 5 live sports extra right now. We will bring you updates here too.

Dragons given Romano green light

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Catalans Dragons have received permission to register former Carpentras centre Arthur Romano in time for Friday's Challenge Cup sixth-round tie at holders Hull.

Romano, who has been playing for the Perpignan club's reserve team, could get his chance after 11 players were ruled out through injury.

Dragons coach Laurent Frayssinous left open a place in his 19-man squad after losing six more players to injury during his side's 30-24 Super League defeat by Leeds last Saturday. 

Kroos control

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Isner to make Eastbourne debut


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World number 23 John Isner will make his Aegon International debut this year when the ATP Tour event returns to Eastbourne in June.

The former top ten player is ingrained in Wimbledon history having won the longest singles match ever played (11 hours and five minutes) against Nicolas Mahut at SW19 in 2010.

"I'm excited to be heading to play the Aegon International Eastbourne for the first time,” said the American.

On this day


In 2013, Ben Watson's last-minute header gave Wigan the FA Cup for the first time in their history as they provided one of the competition's great upsets by beating Manchester City at Wembley.

Ben Watson celebrates FA Cup win
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'The club has more kudos'

Bournemouth v Burnley (Sat, 15:00 BST)


Team news: Ben Mee is unlikely to be fit, but Michael Keane will be assessed closer to kick off. 

Sean Dyche, as he prepares to take charge of his 200th league game as Burnley manager: "The club has a little bit more kudos through what has happened here in the past few years, and players here tend to improve."

On just one away win all season: "A lot was made of our away results but I never thought too deeply about it. It's been a story, but it's about getting the job done. 

"Historically, we have gone strong to the end of the season and we'll be doing no differently this time out."

Celebrate together

West Brom v Chelsea (Fri, 20:00 BST)


Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has been linked with a move to Serie A side Inter Milan.

He said: "I have a contract with Chelsea for also two more years. But it's logical that, when you start the work in a new club, the will is to continue to work and improve your work for many years. For sure, this is my will. 

"But now the most important thing is to reach our target. To arrive at this moment, in this position, to have this great opportunity... we worked very hard for the whole season (for this). Now it's important to be ready and to try to do this step, to win and then to celebrate together.”

I like challenges - Conte

West Brom v Chelsea (Fri, 20:00 BST)


Despite being the Premier League's runaway leaders, Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says the season has not been plain sailing.

The Italian said: "This season has not been easy. We faced a lot of problems but I want to thank the club, the players and the staff for working so hard to change things.

"I want the job to become a great one, because there are two opportunities to finish the season in the right way.

"This is another big step for me, because I like big challenges in my life."

Would Koeman be bothered if Barkley left?

Everton v Watford (Fri, 19:45 BST)


Think Koeman would be fairly happy if Barkley decided to stay but it would be a matter of supreme disinterest to him if he decided to go.

Notts v Durham live

Royal London Cup

BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

There is one match in the Royal London Cup today as third-placed Nottinghamshire take on fourth-place Durham.

Stuart Broad and Alex Hales are in the Notts team with England colleague Mark Wood part of the Durham side.

There will be commentary on 5 live sports extra from 13:55 BST.

Malaysia FA chief's North Korea poison fear

Malaysia football
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Malaysia's football chief says he was worried about players being deliberately poisoned if their controversial Asian Cup qualifier goes ahead in North Korea's Pyongyang.

Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) president Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim called for the game to be moved to a neutral venue, saying he was concerned over player safety.

The match - postponed during a diplomatic row over the murder of the North Korean leader's half-brother in Malaysia - has been rescheduled to 8 June.

"Truthfully, I would like the match to be played at a neutral venue for the sake of the players' safety," Tunku Ismail posted on the association's Facebook page.

"I'm also very concerned about the safety assurance regarding the accommodation provided and the food. According to the information I have received we need to bring our own food due to the possibility of sabotage."

Hull team news

Crystal Palace v Hull (Sun, 12:00 BST)

Hull boss Marco Silva: "Omar Elabdellaoui has been back in training and is available for selection for Sunday’s game."

Silva: 'We know what we need to improve'

Crystal Palace v Hull (Sun, 12:00 BST)

Hull City

Hull boss Marco Silva on injured winger Lazar Markovic, who will miss the final two games: "It’s not good news about Markovic’s injury. He has been an important player and did good things for our team since he came."

On Sunday's game: "I believe we can get the results we need. It’s been a difficult week, but we are ready to go Palace and try to win the game.

"The players have worked hard during the week. We have analysed the last game and we know what we need to improve.

"Sunday’s game is like a final for us. We have to believe and this is the most important thing." 

Mahrez happy

Man City v Leicester (Sat, 12:30 BST)

Leicester City

Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez and Ahmed Musa have been linked with a move away from the club in the summer.

“As far as I am concerned and told otherwise, Mahrez has got a long-term contract here and he is happy," said manager Craig Shakespeare.

"Ahmed has got to knuckle down and work hard. We have seen glimpses there but he has to be more consistent.

"There are going to be some goings and comings – that is ultimately at every football club.”

Koeman reminds Barkley of ultimatum

Everton v Watford (Fri, 19:45 BST)

Ross Barkley
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Here's Everton manager Ronald Koeman on the ongoing contract negotiations with midfielder Ross Barkley, who has a year left on his deal:

"It is still one week until the end of season. There's still time for him to decide. Before next weekend we need an answer.

"Either he accepts contract or we sell. Too many times and you begin to have doubts. I like to work with players who want to stay."  

On the future of striker Romelu Lukaku, who has two years remaining on his deal: "We had talks together about his ambitions. He has two more years on contract."

Injury issue for Foxes

Man City v Leicester (Sat, 12:30 BST)

Leicester City

Leicester midfielder Danny Drinkwater has been ruled out of the club's last three games of the season with a thigh injury.

Boss Craig Shakespeare said: “We need to give him time to recover from this. I can’t see him playing this season. It is weeks rather than months.”

Defender Robert Huth is a doubt for Saturday's game against Manchester City as he has a foot injury and Wes Morgan is not fit to return to action.

'We have big ambitions'

Everton v Watford (Fri, 19:45 BST)


More from Koeman: "We know the board and club have big ambitions to take the next step. We all know it will be difficult.

"We've had some great wins. We've had a great home season. The fans deserve a win tomorrow."

Blue shirt, blue hair, blue sky

Manchester United v Celta Vigo (20:05BST)

Simon Stone

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I just took a walk to Old Trafford and the fans who were milling around were almost exclusively from Spain.

In excess of 2,000 Celta Vigo supporters are expected to be in the ground for their side's Europa League semi-final second leg, which for a side with an average home crowd of 18,000 last season is not bad.

The consensus seems to be the beautiful - Spanish - weather in Manchester today is an omen and Celta will overturn the 1-0 deficit from the first leg.

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Everton team news

Everton v Watford (Fri, 19:45 BST)


Toffees boss Ronald Koeman: "It's a long list. Maarten Stekelenburg is out tomorrow with a groin problem. Morgan Schneiderlin is fit."