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Summary

  1. Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez found guilty of first-degree murder
  2. Jurgen Klopp to leave Borussia Dortmund at end of season
  3. 26th anniversary of Hillsborough disaster
  4. West Indies v England live text from 14:30 BST
  5. Your promotion memories - get involved using #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Patrick Jennings and Elizabeth Hudson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Sportsday Live

    That's it for Sportsday Live for Wednesday - we'll be back again on Thursday at 08:00 BST.

    You can keep up to date with all of the evening's football action on the BBC Sport website and there will be commentary from the Nottingham Forest v Watford game on BBC Radio 5 live with updates from Fulham's game against Rotherham as well as the two Champions League quarter-final first leg ties.

    And follow all of the first Test action from Antigua here.

  2. Watford's promotion push

    Football

    In tonight's Championship action, Watford have the chance to go up into second if they can beat Nottingham Forest at the City Ground.

    Defender Craig Cathcart (calf) has been passed fit to play for promotion-chasing Watford but striker Fernando Foresteri (knee) misses out along with Joel Ekstrand and Sean Murray.

    Forest will welcome back midfielder Gary Gardner after suspension while strikers Dexter Blackstock and Mo Barrow will be assessed after being absent from the squad in the 1-0 defeat by Huddersfield on Saturday.

  3. Glamorgan and Leicestershire play out draw

    Cricket

    BBC Wales' Nick Webb at Grace Road: "Former Glamorgan batsman Mark Cosgrove helped his new side Leicestershire to bat out a draw after they had been set a target of 306 in a minimum of 50 overs to beat the Welsh county.

    "The home side slumped to 1-2, but Cosgrove's stubborn knock of 59 not out helped Leicestershire finish on 141-3.

    "Earlier Chris Cooke's fluent innings of 81 had allowed Glamorgan the luxury of declaring on 227-7 early in the afternoon session after Mark Wallace became the club's first specialist wicketkeeper to pass 10,000 runs in first class cricket."

  4. Wakefield sign Widnes prop Kavanagh

    Rugby League

    Ben Kavanagh
    Image caption: Ben Kavanagh has made six Super League appearances this season

    Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have signed Widnes prop Ben Kavanagh on loan until the end of the season.

    The 27-year-old, who started his career at Wigan, has made six appearances for the Vikings this season.

    Wakefield coach James Webster told the club website: "Ben will add some size and speed to an area we have been short in over the past six weeks."

    The Wildcats are bottom of Super League with just two wins and entertain Halifax in the Challenge Cup on Friday.

  5. Champions League preview

    FC Porto v Bayern Munich (Wednesday, 19:45 BST)

    Franck Ribery

    Bayern Munich go into their Champions League quarter-final first leg against Porto missing a host of players.

    French winger Franck Ribery has an ankle problem, while midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has been ruled out with flu.

    Left-back David Alaba, centre-back Medhi Benatia, midfielder Javi Martinez and winger Arjen Robben are also missing as Bayern look to preserve an 11-game unbeaten record in Portugal.

    Porto have a concern over top goal scorer Jackson Martinez, who has netted 26 times this season.

  6. Dent helps Gloucestershire to draw with Northants

    Cricket

    Opener Chris Dent's unbeaten 265-ball century helped Gloucestershire secure a draw against Northamptonshire.

    Resuming on 35-0, Dent added another 102 runs with Will Tavare (66), who fell shortly before the lunch interval.

    Robert Keogh trapped Gareth Roderick (52) lbw for the only wicket in the second session, but Northants could not make a further breakthrough.

    Australian Peter Handscomb (25) saw out the final session with Dent, who ended with 104 runs from 285 deliveries.

  7. England battle against Windies

    Cricket

    Stuart Broad

    West Indies have reached 234-6, trailing England by 165, at lunch on day three of the first Test in Antigua.

    You can follow the latest text and radio commentary on the BBC Sport website.

  8. Dead fish removed from Olympic rowing venue

    Olympics

    Dead fish

    Thirty-two tons of dead fish have been cleared out of the lagoon where Olympic rowing and canoeing events will take place next year, officials in Rio de Janeiro said on Wednesday.

    More than 60 people from the city's sanitation department have been working daily since week to remove the fish from the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas, with many thousands washed up on the shore, and will keep doing so until the problem is resolved.

    Specialists dispute what caused the fish to perish, with some claiming it is down to a sudden drop in water temperature and others saying pollution is to blame.

  9. Saints' Hohaia may return to NRL

    Rugby League

    Lance Hohaia

    St Helens half-back Lance Hohaia has hinted he may return to the National Rugby League when his contract expires at the end of the season.

    The Kiwi, 32, joined on a four-year deal from New Zealand Warriors in 2011 as a replacement for Kyle Eastmond.

    He told BBC Radio Merseyside: "I've no concrete plans in place as yet, we're still just enjoying the season and the summer months that are coming ahead."

  10. "I felt I was fighting this strange feeling rather than the opponent"

    Tennis

    Petra Kvitova

    In her latest exclusive column for BBC Sport, world number four Petra Kvitova explains why she needed a break from tennis.

    The 25-year-old is preparing to return to action in this weekend's Fed Cup.

  11. Liverpool star breaks leg in Brighton loan spell

    Football

    Joao Texieira being stretchered off with the injury

    On-loan Brighton midfielder Joao Teixeira will be out for the rest of the season with a broken leg.

    The 22-year-old, who is on loan from Liverpool, sustained the injury in the 0-0 draw with Huddersfield on Tuesday.

    "Our thoughts are with Joao, as this is a real blow to him after such a good season for the club," Seagulls boss Chris Hughton told the club website.

    The Portugal Under-21 international joined Brighton in August and scored six goals in 35 appearances during his time at the Amex Stadium.

  12. Van Gaal preparing for next season

    Football

    Louis van Gaal

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has told the club's television channel MUTV that he is already scouting players for next season.

    "Already in January [we began thinking about the 2015/16 season] because we have to prepare our pre-season," he explained.

    "We also think about the scouting of players, the scouting of our own players because we have a lot on loan and then we have to analyse their performances, so it's a lot of work. It's not only the present season but also what we have to decide for players next season."

  13. Champions League preview

    Paris St Germain v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    Paris St Germain have been affected by suspensions for the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final with top scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic suspended after being sent off against Chelsea in the last 16.

    Midfielder Marco Verratti is also banned while defender David Luiz is out injured and there is a doubt over Italy midfielder Thiago Motta.

    Dani Alves will be missing for Barcelona while defender Thomas Vermaelen is recovering from a thigh injury.

  14. Whitlock to skip all-around competition

    Gymnastics

    Max Whitlock

    Britain's Max Whitlock has confirmed he will not compete for the all-around title at the European Gymnastics Championships because of the effects of low-grade glandular fever.

    The world silver medallist will instead focus on individual apparatus honours in the pommel horse and floor.

    "For me it's very gutting. The all-around was a big target of mine," the 22-year-old told BBC Sport. "My body will only allow me to do two pieces at the moment."

  15. Bury squad 'paying for flights'

    Football

    Departures sign

    Bury manager David Flitcroft says his players have contributed money towards their flights back from Portsmouth in an effort to help their attempt for League Two promotion.

    Flitcroft's side, who play against Pompey on Saturday, will fly down on Friday night and stay in a hotel.

    After their 1-0 win over second-placed Shrewsbury on Tuesday, the Shakers are four points off the automatic promotion places.

  16. United and Chelsea to play in North America

    Football

    Manchester United play in Michigan

    Holders Manchester United and Chelsea will be among the sides playing in the pre-season International Champions Cup North America.

    The tournament will also include Barcelona, Paris St Germain, Porto, Fiorentina, New York Red Bulls, LA Galaxy, San Jose Earthquakes and Mexican side Club America

    United and Real Madrid attracted a crowd of 109,318 to Michigan Stadium during last year's tournament before Louis van Gaal's side went on to beat Liverpool in the final.

  17. Doherty misses out, Dott bullish

    Snooker

    Ken Doherty

    Former champion Ken Doherty fails to reach the World Championships main draw after losing to Mark Davis in the third and final qualifying round.

    The Irishman, 45, who won the title in 1997, trailed 8-1 after the first session before losing 10-3.

    "I tried to make a fight of it but it just didn't happen. I was too far back," said Doherty.

    But Scotland's Graeme Dott is through to Saturday's main draw at the Crucible after beating China's Yu Delu 10-7.

    "I don't care who I play," said Dott. "Ronnie O'Sullivan in the first game, why not? I've played three games and he's not played any.

    "I don't think anyone is going to want to draw me. I'm not saying they will be intimidated but there will certainly be easier games than me."

  18. Dengue fever affects Brazil clubs

    Football

    Brazilian teams are on alert because of a dengue fever outbreak that is affecting some of the country's top clubs.

    Renato Augusto

    Three players were diagnosed with the mosquito-borne disease this week, while clubs have been supplying insect repellent during training.

    Cases of dengue fever have increased significantly across Brazil this year, with most of them reported in Sao Paulo state.

    Corinthians midfielder Renato Augusto said some of the club's players have been training with pants and long sleeves to try to avoid the mosquitoes.

    Brazil's health ministry said there have been more than 460,000 cases of the disease in the country in 2015, while more than 130 people have died this year already.

  19. Walmsley to stay with Saints

    Rugby League

    Alex Walmsley

    St Helens prop forward Alex Walmsley has agreed a new three-and-a-half year contract at the club after getting offers from the NRL.

    Walmsley signed for the club in 2013 and has gone on to make 62 appearances, including in last season's Grand Final win over Wigan.

    "I had offers from the NRL which I naturally had to think about," said Walmsley. "There is obviously a pull there as it is a prestigious league but credit to Keiron [Cunningham] - he made it clear he wanted to keep me and in the end that was the deciding factor.

    "When the club made it very clear how much they wanted to keep me on board then it made the decision easier."

  20. Draw on cards in Northampton

    Cricket

    BBC Radio Gloucestershire's Bob Hunt at Wantage Road: "Only one wicket fell in an afternoon session that never really fell short of turgid.

    "Chris Dent only added 20 runs in two hours for Gloucestershire, who, despite batting fluently in the morning, became happy to accept the inevitable draw with Northants, as they reached the tea interval on 235-2, still trailing the hosts by 218.

    "It was the spin of Rob Keogh that brought the only success as he trapped Gareth Roderick in front for 52, the wicketkeeper's second half century of the match, adding to his record-equalling six victims in Northants' first innings."

  21. Leicestershire v Glamorgan heads for draw

    Cricket

    BBC Wales' Nick Webb at Grace Road: "Leicestershire reached tea on 34-2 after being set a demanding target of 306 in a minimum of 50 overs by Glamorgan.

    "The Welsh county upped the run-rate after lunch with Chris Cooke reaching 81 and Craig Meschede belting a rapid 33 before Jacques Rudolph declared on 227-7.

    "The Foxes made a nervous start as Dan Redfern and Ned Eckersley were back in the pavilion with only a single on the board, but Angus Robson and Mark Cosgrove survived to the interval to get the home side within sight of a draw after a match of fluctuating fortunes."

  22. Middlesex battling to save the draw

    Cricket

    BBC London 94.9's Kevin Hand: "Middlesex continue to battle to save the draw at tea on the final day - they are 235-5 but the momentum is very much with Nottinghamshire.

    "Three wickets fell in the session, including the foundation of the innings Nick Compton (85), but captain Adam Voges remains unbeaten on 66 and, with Dawid Malan unable to bat, much now rests on him.

    "The pitch continues to play well but the new ball is only eight overs old and remains a threat for the visitors."

  23. WICKET

    Chanderpaul c Stokes b Tredwell 46 (WI 192-5)

    Chanderpaul

    Breakthrough for England in the morning's session of their first Test against West Indies, as James Tredwell claims the wicket of Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who chips a catch straight to Ben Stokes.

    You can follow full coverage of that one over here.

  24. Hernandez convicted of murder

    More on the news that former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has been found guilty of first-degree murder.

    Relatives of the victim Odin Lloyd, who had played American football semi-professionally, wept in the Massachusetts courthouse as the verdict was announced on live television.

    Hernandez once had a $40m (£27m) contract with the New England Patriots.

    The 25-year-old was also found guilty on firearm and ammunition charges.

  25. Hernandez convicted of murder

    More on the news that former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has been found guilty of first-degree murder.

    In his closing arguments, Hernandez's lawyer acknowledged that the 23-year-old was there when Odin Lloyd was killed, but said it was two of Hernandez's friends who committed the murder.

    Prosecutors said Hernandez planned the killing and then helped cover it up.

    The conviction carries a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole.

  26. BreakingBREAKING NEWS

    Aaron Hernandez

    Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has been found guilty of first-degree murder.

    A jury on Wednesday found Hernandez killed Odin Lloyd on 17 June 2013.

    Lloyd was dating the sister of Hernandez's fiancee. He was found shot six times in an industrial park near Hernandez's home.

    We'll bring you more news as soon as we have it.

  27. Hoy backs Wiggins for hour record

    Track Cycling

    Sir Bradley Wiggins

    Six-time Olympic gold medal winner Sir Chris Hoy says Sir Bradley Wiggins has "a 99% chance" of breaking the world hour record on June 7.

    Tour de France winner and four-time Olympic champion Wiggins, 34, will try to beat Rohan Dennis' mark of 52.4km (32.5m) at London's Olympic velodrome.

    "If Bradley really sets his mind to it you would not bet against him breaking the world record," said Hoy.

    "Everything he has set out to achieve, he has."

  28. Newcastle fans plan boycott

    Football

    Mike Ashley

    Newcastle fans are planning to boycott Sunday's home match against Tottenham after it was revealed the club had more than £34m in their bank account at the end of the last financial year.

    Newcastle recently announced a record annual profit of £18.7m for 2013-14, but many fans have criticised the ambition of owner Mike Ashley.

    "A lot of fans would ask why was a significant portion of that money not spent on team strengthening," said Newcastle fanzine editor Mark Jensen.

    "The idea of a boycott has been building for a long time and you can't blame the fans. The frustrating thing for them is the money is there but the club won't spend it."

  29. New PB for Downie

    Gymnastics

    Ellie Downie and Amy Tinkler

    BBC Sport's David McDaid on Twitter at the European Gymnastics Championships: "Qualifying done at Euro Gymnastics for @elliedownie (56.19) & @amytinkler2 (54.958). New all-around PB for Downie. Claudia Fragapane and Becky Downie are up now."

  30. Your promotion memories

    Get involved using #bbcsportsday

    Craig: Best promotion memory was dancing around The Bullring in Birmingham when Swansea won the Championship play-off final!

    Keep your comments coming using #bbcsportsday on Twitter or via the BBC Sport Facebook page.

    Also you can text us on 81111 in the UK only, but please don't forget to include your name and location.

  31. Nottm Forest v Watford (19:45 BST)

    Football

    Troy Deeeney

    Watford resume their promotion challenge this evening in a 19:45 BST kick-off at Nottingham Forest.

    Three points would lift the Hornets up to joint second, but they'll need to win by three goals to go above Norwich and into an automatic qualification spot.

    It's the tightest end to a Championship season in absolutely ages. Middlesbrough, in fourth, second-placed Norwich and leaders Bournemouth all won last night.

    Don't forget today we're asking you to share your best promotion memories, so keep them coming.

  32. Liverpool falls silent

    Liverpool is falling silent to observe a minute's silence in memory of the 96 men, women and children who lost their lives in the Hillsborough disaster.

    Hillsborough victims

    Bells will toll 96 times during the silence, which is being observed at the exact moment the match was halted in 1989.

  33. Liverpool greats remember Hillsborough victims

    Jenny Coleman

    BBC Local Live

    Liverpool's former star players have been paying their respects to the victims of the Hillsborough disaster.

    Robbie Fowler tweets: Tough day today for many..... including the families of the 96.... Thinking of you all #Ynwa

    Ian Rush tweets: Can we all take time out to pay our respects #JFT96 #YNWA#Anfield@LFC

    Michael Owen tweets: Thoughts today are with the 96, their families and all affected by the tragedy.

    BBC Local Live Merseyside has the latest as the city joins together to remember the 96 men, women and children who lost their lives.

  34. Federer wins in Monte Carlo

    Tennis

    Roger Federer

    After Rafael Nadal's easy win at the Monte Carlo Masters earlier, Roger Federer has followed suit with a 6-2 6-1 win over Frenchman Jeremy Chardy to reach the third round in Monaco.

    Federer will next face Frenchman Gael Monfils or Alexandr Dolgopolov of Ukraine.

  35. West Indies v England - day three

    Cricket

    Jonathan Agnew

    BBC Test Match Special

    England v West Indies

    "England are still in a strong position after day two of the first Test against the West Indies. After reaching 399 in their first innings, they reduced the hosts to 155-4 in reply.

    "With the new ball due before lunch on day three, it's perfectly possible they could bowl West Indies out quite cheaply and have a healthy first-innings lead to build on. So I'd much rather be in the England dressing-room at the moment.

    "However, that only tells half the story of a rather frustrating day for England that saw them squander some of the advantage gained on a dominant first day through tentative cricket."

    You can follow live text commentary here.

  36. Dalglish, Ayre and Rodgers pay their respects

    Ben Schofield

    BBC Radio Merseyside reporter

    Kenny Dalglish, Liverpool Football Club Chief Executive Ian Ayre, and manager Brendan Rodgers laying flowers at Hillsborough memorial

    Former Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish, Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre and current manager Brendan Rodgers have laid flowers at the Hillsborough memorial, ahead of a service to remember the victims of the disaster.

    You can follow full coverage of this afternoon's memorial service here, as Liverpool remembers the 96 who died at Hillsborough, 26 years on.

  37. Coming up this afternoon

    And here's what's coming your way this afternoon.

    West Indies v England

    Follow live text commentary as West Indies resume their first Test against England 244 runs behind. Mark Mitchener and team are already in full swing over here.

    It's the final day of qualifying for snooker's World Championship, due to get under way at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre on Saturday.

    The Champions League offers up a second helping of quarter-final first legs, as Paris Saint-German host Barcelona and Bayern Munich travel to FC Porto.

    We'll bring you team news throughout the afternoon ahead of a bespoke football live text commentary from 18:30 BST, with two games on in the Championship too.

  38. Post-lunch update

    Here's a little post-lunch update on what's been going on today.

    Top stories: Jurgen Klopp announces he will step down as Borussia Dortmund manager at the end of the season.

    Liverpool players

    Bells in Liverpool will toll 96 times later as the city remembers those who died in the Hillsborough disaster.

    A private funeral and commemoration service attended by family members and former players has been held for former Australian captain and legendary cricket commentator Richie Benaud.

    Top feature: Marvin Hagler -Tommy Hearns 30 years on. The greatest fight?

    Top video: Gossip column extra: Will Raheem Sterling leave Liverpool?

  39. Concerns over Jamieson form

    Swimming

    Nick Hope

    BBC Olympic sports reporter

    Michael Jamieson

    Adam Peaty may have produced the shock result by claiming 200m breaststroke gold at the British Championships on Tuesday night, but it's the dismal form of Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson which most in the swimming world are discussing today.

    Athens bronze medallist and BBC 5 Live pundit Steve Parry tells me he thinks the swimmer needs to be "less self critical" if he is to return to the British team, let alone get back to the top of the sport.

  40. Kosovo gets IAAF recognition

    Athletics

    Kosovo has been recognised as a provisional member of the International Association of Athletics Federations.

    The decision follows a similar verdict from the International Olympic Committee in October and it means Kosovo becomes the 214th member of the IAAF.

    A statement from the governing body read: "The IAAF has received and reviewed an application for IAAF membership from the Kosovo Athletic Federation. The application was judged to meet the requirements, as set out in article 4.3 of the constitution, and provisional IAAF membership was granted."

  41. Ward signs new Palace deal

    Football

    Joel Ward

    Crystal Palace defender Joel Ward has signed a new three-and-a-half year contract which will keep him at the club until 2018.

    The 25-year-old has been an ever-present for the Eagles this season, playing every minute in the Premier League.

    "It's been something that has been talked about a little bit and I'm glad to now put that to the back and just concentrate with my football and I'm delighted to have signed the deal," he told the club website.

  42. Klopp to leave Dortmund

    Get involved using #bbcsportsday

    Haider Munir: United should begin a raid of Dortmund players this summer. Piszczek, Reus, Hummels and possibly Gundogan.

    Josh Horsman: The city hierarchy has previously had a successor lined up before sacking the manager. Klopp's announcement is no coincidence .

    Christopher Wills: Surely Herr Klopp is coming to the Hammers. Hopefully this dream won't fade and die and fortune finally shows itself.

    Keep your comments coming using #bbcsportsday on Twitter or via the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  43. Balthazar King making progress

    Horse Racing

    Cornelius Lysaght

    BBC horse racing correspondent

    Richard Johnson on Balthazar King

    Trainer Philip Hobbs says Balthazar King, the Grand National runner who took a heavy fall at the Canal Turn during Saturday's Aintree feature, is making "slow but steady progress" as he recovers from his injuries.

    The field had to bypass the fence on the second circuit as the 11-year-old, who suffered broken ribs, was being treated.

  44. Glos openers start well against Northants

    Cricket

    BBC Radio Gloucestershire's Bob Hunt at Wantage Road: "It was almost the perfect morning for Gloucestershire as they set off in an unlikely pursuit of the 419 needed in the day to produce an historic victory, but the dismissal of Will Tavare for 66 close to lunch has dented their chances.

    "Tavare and Chris Dent (65 not out) put on 137 for the first wicket before the former was bowled by Azharullah.

    "Northants had bowled loosely up until then; but, as often happens, a change of ball meant a change of fortune and they will be hoping for further inroads early in the afternoon, with Gloucestershire still needing 310 from 56 overs."

  45. Nadal goes through in Monte Carlo

    Tennis

    Rafael Nadal

    World number five Rafael Nadal has started his build-up to the French Open in style after he eased into the third round of the Monte Carlo Masters.

    Nadal, who has been spending time training on clay since his elimination from the Miami Masters, dispatched French wild card Lucas Pouille 6-2 6-1.

  46. Cricket

    Cricket

    BBC London 94.9's Kevin Hand: "Middlesex's only wicket to fall this morning came in the final over before lunch as the hosts gave themselves a great chance of saving the game against Nottinghamshire.

    "Nick Gubbins was the man to go caught at short leg off Samit Patel but his partnership of 132 for the second wicket with Nick Compton (63*) has kept Notts at bay and laid the foundation for the middle order to bat the day out.

    "A second new ball will be available in the afternoon but the pitch has played well today and showed little sign of the indifferent bounce glimpsed on the previous three days."

  47. Wallace reaches Glamorgan landmark

    Cricket

    BBC Radio Wales' Nick Webb at Grace Road:

    "Glamorgan reached 155-5 at lunch on the final day, a lead of 233 runs over Leicestershire, with a draw looking the most likely result in their Championship opener.

    "Mark Wallace reached his landmark of 10,000 first-class runs, the first Glamorgan specialist wicketkeeper to do so, but his dismissal for eight left Leicestershire in with a chance of forcing a run-chase.

    "Chris Cooke rescued them as he reached 69 not out, dominating a half-century partnership with Graham Wagg, and Leicestershire's hopes of breaking their two-year barren stretch without a four-day win were not helped by losing paceman Atif Sheikh with shoulder trouble after bowling only seven deliveries."

  48. Sussex wrap up victory over Hants

    Cricket

    Sussex have begun their County Championship campaign with a 92-run win over Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl.

    The home side, promoted from Division Two last summer, were bowled out for 285 just before lunch, having been set a victory target of 378.

    Pace bowler Ajmal Shahzad was the most successful bowler for the three-times champions, taking 3-63.

  49. Liverpool remembers Hillsborough victims

    Jenny Coleman

    BBC Local Live

    The people of Liverpool will join together at 15:06 to observe a minute's silence in memory of the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster.

    Hillsborough disaster victims

    On BBC Local Live Merseyside, we will be following the city's tribute and the memorial service for the 96, which begins at Anfield at 14:45.

    BBC Radio Merseyside will also be broadcasting from the service and have a special programme about the day's proceedings from 19:00. You can listen on 95.8FM, DAB and online.

    You can also find out more about the men, women and children who lost their lives here.

  50. Klopp to leave Dortmund

    Football

    And then he was gone. Jurgen Klopp's press conference is over.

    Jurgen Klopp

    If you are just joining us, the 47-year-old has confirmed he will step down as manager of Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season.

    "It's not that I'm tired, I've not had any contact with another club but don't plan to take a year off," he said.

    "I really think the decision is the right one. This club deserves to be coached by the 100% right manager."

    We'll bring you more reaction throughout the afternoon.

  51. Klopp to leave Dortmund

    Get involved using #bbcsportsday

    Max Baggins-Craig: Klopp to replace Pellegrini anyone? Does it seem a coincidence? Would he be a success? He's said he wants to manage in the Premier League...

    Wee Brenny Rodgers: Jurgen Klopp is going to Man City, FACT. The year off is a smoke screen, albeit a very obvious one.

    Gurnoor Dhillon: As a United fan, please take a sabbatical. Come back and take over United. Should wish for the lottery too then.

    Keep your comments coming using #bbcsportsday on Twitter, or post on the BBC Sport Facebook page.

    You can also text in on 81111 in the UK only - but please don't forget to include your name and location.

  52. Klopp to leave Dortmund

    Football

    Michael Zorc and Jurgen Klopp

    Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc: "We have written football history with you, Jurgen. You have given the club much energy and optimism."

  53. Klopp to leave Dortmund

    Football

    Jurgen Klopp

    More from Jurgen Klopp on his decision to step down as manager of Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season.

    "It's not that I am tired," Klopp said. "I haven't had any contact with another club but I don't plan to take a year off either.

    "I really think the decision is the right one. This club deserves to be coached by the 100% right manager. I've always said that if I thought I was no longer the perfect coach for this extraordinary club, I would say so."

  54. Klopp to leave Dortmund

    Football

    Jurgen Klopp

    This season has been a disappointing one for Jurgen Klopp however with Dortmund having spent much of the campaign in the relegation zone.

    They are now in 10th, 37 points away from Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich, who defeated them in the 2013 Champions League final.

  55. Klopp to leave Dortmund

    Get involved using #bbcsportsday

    Tommy T Rex: I always thought Jurgen Klopp would be coming to Arsenal, he and Arsene Wenger's contracts were to run out at the same time and he could be there for years.

    Jamie, Cornwall: Dear Mr Klopp. Please feel free to take two years off and return to take the reigns from Mr Van Gaal when he retires.

    Keep your comments coming using #bbcsportsday on Twitter, or post on the BBC Sport Facebook page.

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  56. Klopp to leave Dortmund

    Football

    Klopp, who led Dortmund to the Bundesliga title in 2011 and the league and German Cup double in 2012, also guided the club to the 2013 Champions League final.

    The 47-year-old's contract had been due to run until 2018.

  57. BreakingBREAKING NEWS

    Jurgen Klopp

    Jurgen Klopp confirms he will leave Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season.

  58. Klopp set to leave Dortmund

    German efficiency

    Jurgen Klopp

    Jurgen Klopp's yet to appear at his press conference called for 12:30 BST, but there's good news for heavy metal fans if you want to head over to the live stream offered by Borussia Dortmund's website.

    You can watch (or listen for the time being) here, and we'll bring you the latest news as we have it.

  59. Wolff on Hamilton & Rosberg

    Formula 1

    Following his victory at the Chinese Grand Prix last weekend, Lewis Hamilton described himself as "mentally stronger" than Nico Rosberg, his Mercedes team-mate who finished second.

    Rosberg said he felt Hamilton was driving unnecessarily slowly, backing him up into the chasing Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel.

    Lewis Hamilton

    Today head of Mercedes motorsport Toto Wolff has had this to say: "We saw tensions between Nico and Lewis in the race and we tackled them directly on Sunday night to stop anything carrying over to this weekend.

    "When you have intense competition, it's normal that it causes emotions to run high - and that's not something we want to change.

    "China also confirmed that Ferrari will be a threat in all conditions this year, not just when it's very hot. We will have new challenges to face as a team, with another competitor who is much closer to our level of performance."

  60. Klopp set to leave Dortmund

    Football

    Fancy brushing up on your German? Jurgen Klopp's press conference, where he is set to announce he will step down as manager from the end of the season, can be followed on Dortmund's website. from 12:30 BST.

    Jurgen Klopp

    Klopp, 47, is also expected to announce he will be taking a year's break from football.

    German tabloid Bild says former Mainz manager Thomas Tuchel will be taking over.

    We'll bring you the latest news as we have it.

  61. Mayweather - I'll fight just twice more

    Boxing

    Floyd Mayweather

    Earlier we heard from Ricky Hatton on how Amir Khan could beat Floyd Mayweather - in fact he said the American would "run a mile" from the Bolton-born fighter (see 11:10).

    But now Mayweather says he will fight just once more after next month's clash with Manny Pacquiao, because he no longer enjoys the sport.

    The unbeaten American's 2 May fight with Pacquiao is the fifth of a six-fight contract with broadcaster Showtime.

    And Mayweather, 38, says the "fun" has gone out of boxing, which he now regards as "a job".

    He added: "I don't enjoy it like I once did. My last fight is in September."

  62. Klopp 'set to leave Dortmund'

    Football

    Jurgen Klopp

    More on the news Jurgen Klopp is expected to announce he will step down as manager of Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season in a press conference today.

    Writing in the Guardian, German football writer Raphael Honigstein says Klopp's agents have "already received several inquiries for his services".

    It's being reported that Klopp will take a year's break from football, and that former Mainz manager Thomas Tuchel has been lined up to take over.

  63. Kruis to remain at Saracens

    Rugby Union

    George Kruis

    Saracens lock George Kruis has signed a long-term deal to remain at the club.

    "We've have a great off the field ethos at Saracens, the club are very interested in player welfare and on the pitch we're in a great position in the league and in Europe," said the 25-year-old England international.

    "It was a no brainer for me to extend my deal. You always want to get these things off your mind as soon as possible it's been relatively pain free for me. I'm delighted to commit my future to Saracens."

  64. Klopp 'set to leave Dortmund'

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    Jurgen Klopp

    Borussia Dortmund are holding a press conference at 12:30 BST this afternoon where it's expected Jurgen Klopp will announce he will step down at the end of the season and begin a year's break from football.

    Maddy Raman: Football will miss him but Klopp will come back from a year off refreshed and hopefully walk into a top job in England.

    Rory: Klopp might have a short break if Manchester City come knocking. He'd clear out the average players and probably bring Marco Reus with him!

    Stephen Shaw: I like Klopp, but surely to be great he needs to take the "incredibly disastrous" with the smooth. Too much success too early?

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  65. Your promotion memories

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    Grimsby ticket from 1993

    Ed Bell: 1993... Blundell Park.. David Kelly scoring the second... pandemonium.

    Josh Wilde, Somerset: When Yeovil won at Wembley. The best way to seal promotion with a Paddy Madden wonder goal and enter the Championship fairytale - oh how things have changed...

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  66. English clubs block Wales training plans

    Rugby Union

    Rhys Priestland

    BBC Wales Sport's Gareth Roberts reports that Wales' England-based players will not be allowed to attend their initial pre-World Cup training camps.

    Gloucester's Richard Hibbard and Bath-bound Rhys Priestland are unavailable until the day before Wales' first warm-up against Ireland on 8 August - 35 days before the tournament starts.

    Aviva Premiership clubs are sticking by their stance, saying: "Our policy is to release players within the rules."

  67. Klopp 'set to leave Dortmund'

    Football

    Here's the latest on the news Jurgen Klopp is set to step down as manager of Borussia Dortmund.

    Jurgen Klopp

    German tabloid Bild say that Klopp has himself asked for his contract, due to run until 2018, to be dissolved at the end of the season and will most likely take a year out.

    Klopp, 47, led Dortmund to two Bundesliga titles and a German Cup, also reaching the Champions League final in 2013.

    But this season his side have struggled and have only recently steered clear of the relegation zone into 10th.

  68. Sussex sign batsman Bailey for T20

    Cricket

    Sussex have signed former Australia T20 captain George Bailey for the second half of the T20 Blast campaign.

    George Bailey

    The 32-year-old top-order batsman will be available the final seven games of the tournament and will also be eligible to play in the One-Day Cup.

    Tasmanian-born Bailey has played five Tests, 28 T20Is and 57 one-day international matches for Australia.

    "He brings leadership, experience and is a proven one-day player," cricket manager Mark Robinson told BBC Sussex.

  69. 'Floyd would run a mile from Khan'

    Boxing

    Amir Khan

    Former two-weight world champion Ricky Hatton believes British compatriot Amir Khan could be the man to dethrone Floyd Mayweather as boxing's pound-for-pound king.

    Khan has been seeking a fight with Mayweather for almost two years, but the American WBC and WBA welterweight champion has spurned Khan's advances.

    That's no surprise to Hatton, who believes Khan's blurring punches and rapid movement would hand Mayweather his first professional defeat.

    "Amir is boxing with a lot more discipline lately, he's in and out and he's not getting involved. I think that type of style will cause Floyd massive problems. I think Floyd would run a mile.

    "Amir's as big a name as is out there, he's beaten pretty much everyone, and Mayweather might be forced to fight him."

  70. Wawrinka through at Monte Carlo

    Tennis

    Stanislas Wawrinka

    Swiss world number nine Stanislas Wawrinka advances to the third round of the Monte Carlo Masters with a straight set victory over Argentina's Juan Monaco, winning 6-1 6-4.

    Later today, Rafael Nadal faces qualifier Lucas Pouille and Roger Federer plays Jeremy Chardy.

  71. Steve and Hacker's guide to snooker

    Snooker

    Steve Davis and Hacker T Dog

    The World Snooker Championship gets under way on Saturday in Sheffield with live coverage across BBC TV, Red Button, connected TVs, online, tablets and smartphones.

    To whet your appetite ahead of the event, former world champion Steve Davis and CBBC's Hacker T Dog give their somewhat different interpretations of the rules of the game.

  72. Klopp 'set to leave Dortmund'

    Football

    Jurgen Klopp

    A bit more on the news Jurgen Klopp is set to leave his role as manager of Borussia Dortmund, after asking to be released from his contract.

    German tabloid Bild is reporting Thomas Tuchel, the former Mainz manager, is the most likely candidate to take over, and that Klopp has asked to leave because of Dortmund's "incredibly disastrous" season.

    The Bundesliga club are 10th in the table, 37 points behind leaders Bayern Munich, but spent much of the campaign in the relegation zone.

  73. Hillsborough remembered

    Football

    Liverpool players

    Today is the 26th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster, when 96 Liverpool fans lost their lives at the start of an FA Cup semi-final, following a crush on the steel-fenced terraces of Sheffield Wednesday's stadium in 1989.

    To mark the occasion, the Liverpool website has put together a photo compilation which "powerfully expresses how and why the 96 fans who lost their lives will never be forgotten".

    We'll be bringing you updates from today's memorial service throughout the day, and you can read much more about the Hillsborough disaster and its aftermath here.

  74. GB get underway at Euros

    Gymnastics

    European Gymnastics

    BBC Sport's David McDaid in France: "Qualifying is under way at the European Gymnastics Champs in Montpellier. @amytinkler2 & @elliedownie up first for GB."

    You can find out more about the Championships on the BBC Sport website.

  75. Your promotion memories

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    This morning we're asking you for your favourite promotion memories...

    William Mylchreest: As a 28-year-old Coventry fan I'm a little hazy on promotion. I may be wrong but is it when you actually win a game and go up a place in the league?

    Chris Cowan: Kevin Nolan's overhead kick v Sheffield United to bring Newcastle back into the Premier League. Promoted in style.

    Kevin Nolan and overhead kick. Wasn't expecting to read those two words together this morning.

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  76. Klopp to step down at Dortmund?

    Football

    There could be some fairly seismic European football news to bring you later today, with German newspaper Bild reporting that Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp will step down from his role at the club and take a break from football.

    Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp

    Klopp has been linked with a move to the Premier League in the past, but his struggling Borussia side are 10th in the Bundesliga, having spent much of the season in last place.

    Dortmund have called a press conference for 12:30 BST this afternoon, and we'll bring you the latest as we have it.

  77. Division Two round-up

    Cricket

    In Division Two, Glamorgan will begin the final day of their game at Leicestershire on 47-3 in their second innings, a lead of 125.

    And at Northampton, Gloucestershire will resume on 35-0 after being set 419 to beat Northants.

    Remember, you can listen to commentary of all four remaining County Championship games via the BBC Sport website and BBC Sport app on desktop, mobile and tablet.

  78. Hants and Middlesex chase big targets

    Cricket

    Following the wins for county champions Yorkshire and Durham on Tuesday, two more Division One games reach their conclusions today.

    At the Ageas Bowl, newly-promoted Hampshire, 181-4 overnight, require 197 more runs to beat Sussex and achieve a record run chase at the ground.

    And at Lord's, Middlesex will need to bat all day to avoid defeat by Nottinghamshire after being set an unlikely 519 to win.

    Middlesex will resume on 57-1, with Nick Compton still there on 37.

  79. County Championship action

    Cricket

    It's the final day of the opening round of County Championship games from 10:30 BST and a reminder that you can hear ball-by-ball commentary of every match on the BBC Sport website and via the BBC Sport app.

    The BBC Sport app is also the place to go if you want to get your county's results as they happen or know when a key wicket has fallen. You can now get automated alerts with alerts also available for football clubs, international teams and Formula 1.

  80. Raonic & Kyrgios to play at Queen's

    Tennis

    Milos Raonic

    Wimbledon semi-finalist Milos Raonic and teenage Australian Nick Kyrgios will make their Aegon Championships debuts at Queen's Club from 15-21 June.

    The addition of 24-year-old Canadian Raonic means five of the world's current top 10 will be in the field.

    Kyrgios, 19, beat Rafael Nadal at last year's Wimbledon and is now ranked 34 in the world

    Britain's Andy Murray, Nadal, Stan Wawrinka and Marin Cilic are the other top 10 players in the event, joined by world number 11 and defending champion Grigor Dimitrov, and four-time winner Lleyton Hewitt.

  81. Peaty in shock breaststroke win

    Swimming

    Adam Peaty

    Sprinter Adam Peaty claimed a shock 200m breaststroke victory on the opening night of the British Swimming Championships in London yesterday.

    Peaty, 20, won European and Commonwealth 100m breaststroke titles and set a 50m world record in breaststroke events during 2014 and his time of two minutes, 8.34 seconds saw him finish ahead of Andrew Willis and pre-race favourite Ross Murdoch with Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson sixth.

    Action continues at the London Aquatics Centre today.

  82. Under way in Monte Carlo

    Tennis

    Stan Wawrinka

    Play is under way at the Monte Carlo Masters and 2014 Australia Open champion Stanislas Wawrinka is up first. He's taking on Juan Monaco of Argentina, ranked 46 in the world, in the first of today's second round matches.

    The Swiss world number nine is already 4-1 up in the first set. Later, Rafael Nadal faces qualifier Lucas Pouille and Roger Federer plays Jeremy Chardy.

  83. Stevens's tough road in F1

    Formula 1

    Will Stevens

    Chief F1 writer Andrew Benson profiles Britain's Will Stevens, the 23-year-old driver with the struggling Manor team, revived at the 11th hour ahead of the 2015 season from the ashes of Marussia, who collapsed three races before the end of last year.

    Stevens is facing a steep learning curve in his debut season in F1 but managed to finish last weekend's Chinese Grand Prix.

  84. Buffon has no plans to retire

    Football

    Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon says he has no immediate plans to retire and that it would be a waste to quit now when he feels he is still in top form.

    Gianluigi Buffon

    The 37-year-old, speaking after Juventus beat Monaco 1-0 in the Champions League quarter-final first leg on Tuesday evening, said: "At the first sign of slipping, I would be the first to bow out.

    "But why bid farewell to football if you are playing well? I think one should stop playing when you go onto the field and see that you are no longer the same person."

  85. Your promotion memories

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    Martin, Reading: My 10th birthday party was a football party, at the same time as Reading drew away at Leicester in 2006 to promote us to the Premier League for the first time ever. Most of my friends were Reading fans and we all went crazy. Best birthday present ever.

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  86. Football

    Keepy-uppy in the garden - Adebayor style

    We've all done it, playing 'keepy-uppy' in the garden, but perhaps not all of us have got the video editing skills of Emmanuel Adebayor.

    Emmanuel Adebayor

    The Tottenham forward last played for Spurs in their defeat at Manchester United in March, but has apparently been busy improving his ball skills out on the patio, making hay while the sun shines.

    Lovely slow-mo action at the end.

  87. Vaughan wants clarity on ECB role

    Cricket

    Former England captain Michael Vaughan says the England and Wales Cricket Board's (ECB) newly created director of cricket role "needs defining" before he can fully declare his interest in the position.

    Michael Vaughan

    Vaughan and fellow ex-captains Andrew Strauss and Alec Stewart are the leading candidates for the new role, created as part of a restructure following the departure of managing director Paul Downton.

    Vaughan says there is no need for the ECB to "panic" and rush into a selection, stressing instead the importance of choosing the right long-term strategy for English cricket.

  88. Wiggins to attempt hour record

    Cycling

    Bradley Wiggins

    Bradley Wiggins will attempt to add cycling's world hour record to his four Olympic gold medals and 2012 Tour de France title in London in June.

    The 34-year-old will try to break Australian Rohan Dennis's mark of 52.491 km at the Olympic Velodrome on 7 June.

    "The hour record is a holy grail for cyclists," said Wiggins, who finished his Team Sky career last weekend.

    "It's been fought over tooth and nail by some of the greatest names in our sport for over a hundred years and it's time for me to have a crack at it."

  89. Your promotion memories

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    This morning we're asking you for your favourite promotion memories...

    Michael Preston: Moor Green 0-0 at HT needing win for promotion to Southern League Premier in 87/88 and won 7-2! Pipped Martin O'Neill's Grantham.

    Max Baggins-Craig: Alex Revell's two goals (one was a 30-yard strike) to take the League One play-off final to penalties, which Rotherham won 4-3 against Leyton Orient.

    Chris Hodgson: Blackpool and Ian Holloway - very distant memories now.

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  90. 'Starc will go to that next level'

    Cricket

    Mitchell Starc

    Former Australia captain Steve Waugh says pace bowler Mitchell Starc will have no trouble in carrying his excellent World Cup form into this summer's Ashes series against England.

    Left-armer Starc was named the player of the World Cup but is yet to cement his place in the Australian Test side after 15 matches.

    "We've got so many bowlers at our disposal that we're capable of winning every Test match because we can take 20 wickets," Waugh said. "I think Starc will go to that next level in Test cricket as well."

  91. Juventus 1-0 Monaco

    Football

    Arturo Vidal's penalty

    And in other French Champions League news, Monaco went down 1-0 away to Juventus in last night's other quarter-final first leg.

    Arturo Vidal's penalty split the sides in Turin, although Monaco, who knocked Arsenal out of the last round, went close through Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco and Dimitar Berbatov.

    Coach Leonardo Jardim wasn't happy though, claiming the result was a "big injustice" and the decisive spot-kick "inexistent".

  92. 'Pastore the best in the world'

    Football

    If the opinion of former Manchester United striker Eric Cantona is anything to go by, and I certainly wouldn't argue with him, Paris Saint-Germain's top man is Javier Pastore.

    Javier Pastore

    He's come under fire since his £37m move from Palermo in 2011 but this year seems to have finally turned the corner.

    So far round the corner that Cantona has him as "the best player in the world".

  93. PSG v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Football

    It'll be the third time these two teams have met in the Champions League this season, having already played home and away in the group stages.

    Lionel Messi

    Barcelona have the edge on points from those fixtures, having beaten PSG 3-1 in Spain before losing 3-2 in France.

    As if you needed me to tell you, Lionel Messi will be the one to watch. He's been particularly brilliant over the past couple of months, and this season has already scored 45 goals in 44 games.

    Oh and there's Neymar and Luis Suarez too. They're not bad.

  94. 'The moment of truth'

    Football

    L'Equipe front page

    Naturally the front page of French sports newspaper L'Equipe is focussing on Paris Saint-German's date with destiny (or at least their first leg against fate?) this evening.

    The French champions take on Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals in what should be a scintillating encounter at the Parc des Princes.

  95. Yorkshire off to a flyer

    Cricket

    Tim Bresnan and Yorkshire celebrate

    More good news for Gillespie then, whose Yorkshire side got their County Championship title defence off to a flyer yesterday, bowling Worcestershire out for just 100 in their second innings to seal a 10-wicket victory at New Road.

  96. Gillespie to combine Yorkshire & Adelaide roles

    Cricket

    Some early cricket news for you away from England's Test in West Indies.

    Jason Gillespie

    Former Australia bowler Jason Gillespie has been made the new coach of Big Bash League side Adelaide Strikers but will also remain in charge at Yorkshire.

    The 39-year-old became Yorkshire coach in November 2011, and led them to the County Championship title last year.

    He has agreed a two-year deal with the South Australian franchise starting in December, in the English off-season.

    "I am looking forward to bringing back some experiences to Yorkshire which will improve our T20 cricket," he said.

  97. World Championship qualifying

    Snooker

    It's the last day of qualifying ahead of the World Championship, which gets under way in Sheffield on Saturday, at the iconic Crucible Theatre.

    Mark Selby

    Defending champion Mark Selby admits it took him months before he was able to come to terms with winning last year's title.

    Selby staged a superb comeback to beat Ronnie O'Sullivan 18-14 in the 2014 final and claim his first World Championship.

    "It took a long while, months, for the fact that I'd done it to sink in. It is every snooker player's dream as they start out to become world champion and I did that."

    We'll bring you the latest scores from Ponds Forge throughout the day.

  98. Your promotion memories

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    This morning we're asking you for your favourite promotion memories...

    Adam Major: When Burnley beat Sheffield Utd in the Championship play-off final and Wade Elliot score a screamer.

    Joshua Freddie Carr: Three words: Bobby Zamora, QPR.

    Rizpey: QPR last season of course! Got outplayed but somehow made it up!

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  99. Transfer gossip

    Football

    Meanwhile, The Sun has gone big with a story about James Milner.

    The Sun back page

    Arsenal are favourites to sign the Manchester City midfielder apparently, as he'd prefer a move to north London.

    Plenty more transfer rumour in this morning's gossip column by the way.

  100. West Indies fight back

    Cricket

    Daily Telegraph

    Over here in the UK, today's Daily Telegraph focuses on England's first Test against West Indies, which resumes this afternoon.

    England lead by 244 runs, and Jimmy Anderson is closing in on Ian Botham's record wicket haul...

    You can follow live text commentary from about 14:30 BST on that one.

  101. 'Oblak says no'

    Football

    Garteh Bale

    Already your tales of promotion glory are flooding in, but first a quick ping around the papers.

    Back to Spain, and clearly that Gareth Bale missed chance early in Real's 0-0 draw at Atletico is the motif of the morning.

    The Welshman was clear through on goal in the third minute but missed what ultimately proved to be the best opening of a brawling Champions League quarter-final first leg.

  102. Your promotion memories

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    Maybe you travelled from Cornwall to Cumbria to see you team win promotion with a last-gasp header? Have you been crowd surfing at Blundell Park? Or perhaps you've celebrated in more original fashion....

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  103. Your promotion memories

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    Bristol City celebrate

    It was a busy night in the Football League yesterday and although fans of Bournemouth, Norwich and Middlesbrough may still feel a little queasy, Bristol City supporters are celebrating.

    City hammered Bradford 6-0 at Valley Parade last night to earn at least second place in League One, and there's one particularly vocal fan in our office who'll be no doubt reminding us throughout the day.

    But this morning we'd like to hear your promotion memories...

  104. The day ahead

    It's the final day of qualification ahead of Snooker's World Championship, which gets under way at the Crucible theatre in Sheffield on Saturday.

    There'll be team news ahead of this evening's Champions League quarter-finals as Paris Saint-German take on Barcelona and FC Porto play Bayern Munich at 19:45 BST.

    West Indies v England cricket

    Later this afternoon England resume their first Test in West Indies - you can follow live text commentary on that one from about 14:30.

    Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka are all in action as the Monte Carlo Masters continues.

    And all that's without even mentioning tonight's Championship football, with Watford resuming their promotion campaign and Rotherham fighting for survival.

  105. Good morning

    Marca front page

    'The Oblak Wall' - that's how the Spanish press have it this morning.

    After the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final last night, city rivals Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid are level at 0-0, thanks in no small part to Jan Oblak, Atleti's Slovenian goalkeeper.

    Today we'll bring you all the reaction to last night's European matches while also looking ahead to tonight's offerings, as Paris Saint-Germain host Barcelona and Bayern Munich travel to FC Porto.

    Plus naturally we'll bring you all the breaking news, debate and insight on a very busy Sportsday.