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Summary

  1. 16 Premier League news conferences
  2. Geraint Thomas out of the Giro d'Italia
  3. 10th anniversary of the new Wembley
  4. Get involved - Your 'new' Wembley memories - tweet #bbcsportsday or text 81111

Live Reporting

By Matt Davis and Libby Dawes

All times stated are UK

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That's it for this week from Sportsday but we will be back from 08:00 on Monday morning.

Happy Premier League finale weekend to you all....

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*Not a thing - just made it up.

FREE* BEER!

Leicester City
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Leicester City Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha will thank the fans for their support with *free beer or water and a copy of CITY Matchday Magazine for the match against Bournemouth on Sunday.

*you must show your match day ticket to claim your beer so not totally free....

'I would definitely be in jail or dead'

Boxing

Luke Reddy

BBC Sport boxing reporter

Gervonta Davis
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Gervonta Davis' assessment of what life without boxing would have offered is bleak. But then so were his beginnings.

Deep within his 5ft 6in frame the American carries memories of seeing parents take drugs, recollections of scrapping for food, thoughts of foster care, and anguish for the friends lost to Baltimore's gang wars.

At 22 he has seen too much darkness. Yet on Saturday he will step out in London's bright lights as a world champion, alongside arguably boxing's most recognisable global face - a man who says Davis is "like my son".

Floyd 'Money' Mayweather has banked on a talent he calls the "future of boxing". But can Davis fully cut ties with a brutal past and run towards expectation where once there was hopelessness?

Read on here.

Don't miss anything

BBC Radio 5 live

Sunday’s 5 live Sport will go ‘around the grounds’ bringing updates on the final day of the Premier League season, as the race for Champions League qualification concludes.

We’ll have reporters at all ten games; and Chris Waddle, Mark Schwarzer and Mark Lawrenson will join Mark Chapman to discuss issues as they unfold.

5 live Sports Extra will have commentary of Watford against Manchester City.

That's all we've got in the shorts department......

That sounds weird.

Moving on.

On this day

Football

1965: Bobby Moore captained West Ham to victory in the European Cup Winners' Cup final against 1860 Munich at Wembley.

Bobby Moore celebrates
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To the Master of the multi-coloured shorts!

#GetInspired

It's Magic Weekend in Super League and we'll have live commentary on all six of the matches in Newcastle on this website.

In the meantime though, meet 82-year-old Jimmy. He plays Masters Rugby League - a combination of touch and contact rugby - which enables players of all ages to train and play matches together all thanks to a clever code relating to their shorts....

Masters Rugby League: Mike Bushell discovers how it works through the colour of the shorts

If you want to find out about how to get into rugby league, read the Get Inspired guide.

Thiem takes the first set against Nadal at Italian Open

Tennis

Italian Open
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Spain's Rafael Nadal is a set down in his Italian Open quarter final against Dominic Thiem in Rome.

The Austrian, who is currently ranked seven places higher than the 14 time grand slam winner, won it 6-4.

These two only faced each other last week in the final of the Madrid Open where Rafa took the trophy...

Looks like Thiem wants revenge...

Meet the Bangla Bantams

Will these champion fans soon be supporting a Championship club?

Bradford City fans hope the future will be bright for their team as they take on Millwall in the league one play-off final this weekend.

Success on the day may be down to the players, but with a positive, family fan base, it's not just on the pitch that Bradford City are having a beneficial effect.

Journalist and film maker, Mobeen Azhar, meets a group of Bradford FC fans, creating a positive future in football.

You can watch this inspiring story here.

You can follow the game live on BBC Radio 5 live, BBC local radio and on the BBC Sport website from Saturday at 14:00 BST.

On this day

Football

2012: Chelsea won the Champions League for the first time in their history, beating Bayern Munich 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the final on the German club's home ground.

Frank Lampard
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The Prince of Wales meets Prince Charles...

Football

Probably went a bit far with the headline...

Wales manager Chris Coleman has received an OBE by the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.

Coleman, 46, was recognised for his services to football after guiding Wales to the semi-final of Euro 2016.

It was the side's first major tournament in 58 years.

In October he was given the freedom of his hometown of Swansea.

Borussia Dortmund to hold Tuchel talks

Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel
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Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel will have talks about his future at the end of the season, says chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke.

Tuchel has been in charge of the German club since Jurgen Klopp left in 2015.

However, relations between Tuchel, 43, and Watzke have been strained since the Dortmund team bus was damaged by an explosion on 11 April.

"We will sit down after the season and discuss how things will continue," said Watzke.

Bundesliga names first female referee

Bibiana Steinhaus has refereed in Germany's second tier
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Bibiana Steinhaus will become the first female to referee in the Bundesliga.

The 38-year-old police officer has been named as one of four new referees in Germany's top flight for 2017-18.

Steinhaus has refereed second-tier games for six years.

Two signings and the transfer window hasn't even opened yet!

Brighton sign Gross

Pascal Gross
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Brighton have made their first signing of the summer, bringing in German midfielder Pascal Gross from FC Ingolstadt 04, who have been relegated from the Bundesliga this season.

The 25-year-old has agreed a four-year contract with Albion, and will officially join when the transfer window opens on 10th June for an undisclosed fee, subject to international clearance.

Boro sign Luxembourg international Enes Mahmutovic

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The 19-year-old defender joins from CS Fola Esch, and will link up with Boro’s under-23s.

'Good idea' - Klopp on bans for diving

Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp says plans for bans for diving is a good idea
Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp says  bans for diving is a good idea, and adds players 'need to feel the punishment' if they do dive. 

READ MORE: Under new rules announced on Thursday, a panel will review footage each Monday looking for cases from next season - but only players who won a penalty or got a player sent off will be punished.

Tight at the top

France's Ligue 2 could be interesting tonight in the final round of games.

The top six teams are separated by three points in the race for promotion to France's top flight.

Strasbourg, Amiens, Troyes, Lens, Brest and Nimes could all finish in the one of the top two automatic slots.

The team in third will play off against the 18th-placed side in Ligue 1.

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BreakingSharapova opts for Wimbledon qualifying

Tennis

Sharapova opts for Wimbledon qualifying
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Russian Maria Sharapova has opted to enter Wimbledon qualifying rather than request a wildcard entry into the main draw as she continues her comeback following a ban for using banned heart medication.

More to follow.

Southampton news conference

Southampton v Stoke (Sun, 15:00 BST)

Shane Long
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Shane Long will miss Southampton's final game of the season with a broken metatarsal, while Cedric and Ryan Bertrand are both doubts.

Claude Puel said: "We will see if Cedric can play this game and also for Ryan Bertrand. They have some pain, some tiredness, but we will see this tomorrow and the day of the game to see if they are available."Shane Long also is unlucky but we will see him next season."

Man City news conference

Watford v Man City (Sun, 15:00 BST)

Pep Guardiola says he will not speak about the future of any of his players.

"I spoke three days ago about the future. I'm not going to speak today. I know the question is going to come but forget about it.

"The day after tomorrow we have a real final. We have to focus on that. I will talk in the present."

On City's season he added: "We didn't fight until the end because two teams were better. We dropped too many points at home. We will have to improve that.

"We have to work harder next season to reduce the gap."

Manchester City news conference

Watford v Manchester City (Sun, 15:00 BST)

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Manchester City need a win against Watford to secure third place and automatic entry into the Champions League group stages.

And Pep Guardiola knows how important the game is to the club.

"We still have 95-96 minutes to fight to do one thing so important for the club.

"It is a crucial game for us, absolutely a final.

"It is in our hands. Just look what we have to do - win the game. We travel to London for that

"Every game is a pressure, every game we play for everything."

Sunderland news conference

Chelsea v Sunderland (Sun, 15:00 BST)

When asked about next season, David Moyes said: "We need players who are robust, are big characters and are capable of playing at the Stadium of Light.

"I think we have a core here and we need to keep those players. We need to find a way of adding to it and add players who have quality.

"Didier Ndong is under contract and he's improved. He's younger than Jordan Pickford and he's had a good first season."

And on their final game of the season, away to the champions, he added: "We've blooded lots of young players this year but we have to go to Chelsea with a strong enough team to do a professional job.

"Chelsea are undoubatbly deserved champions. They've got an excellent manager and some very good players."

Sunderland news conference

Chelsea v Sunderland (Sun, 15:00 BST)

Sunderland
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David Moyes says Sunderland will be the "biggest club in the Championshipp next season".

"I met Ellis Short a few weeks ago and we'll meet again over the next couple of days. There's been a meeting set for a while."

"I've laid out some plans and given him ideas of how I think things should look going forward."

"We hope we're back in the Premier League very quickly. We've had a tough year but we'll dust ourselves down, get ready to go again."

He added: "Sunderland will carry big expectations and they could arguably be the biggest club in the Championship next year."

Chelsea news conference

Chelsea v Sunderland (15:00 BST)

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Victorious manager Antonio Conte is in a jovial mood, toying with the press today - well they have won the league, why wouldn't he?

He tells the journalists in the room he wants to keep it a surprise whether John Terry will start Sunday's game.... Ooo the suspense.

He says the long standing Chelsea captain has still got life in his legs and could continue his career elsewhere if he chose to do so, comparing his career with players like Francesco Totti, Paolo Maldini and Alessandro Del Piero.

But who to pass the armband onto?

"Gary Cahill is vice-captain this season & has the good prospect to be a captain, but we must think about now, not the future."

Conte spells out the aim for Sunday's final game of their victorious campaign... To try to win 30 league games and to help Thibaut Courtois to win the Golden Glove for the most clean sheets this season.

He has also confirmed he has no injury concerns and he "can't wait" to celebrate on Sunday.

Hull news conference

Hull v Tottenham (Sun, 15:00 BST)

Marco Silva has been talking about the disappointment of being relegated last week.

"It is disappointing that we didn’t achieve our goal (of staying up). It has been a hard week.

"The aim now is to finish the season on a positive note. I want our players to play with good motivation - this is our focus.

"I work hard and I’m happy, I enjoy the club and the fans. What they give to us is amazing.”

Hull welcome a Spurs side in form, having beaten Leicester 6-1 last night.

"Spurs are a very, very good team who have enjoyed a very good season, but we want to get a result for our fans.”