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  1. Goodbye

    That's it for Sportsday. Thanks for your company and all your texts and tweets, especially your Glastonbury related suggestions. If you're heading to the festival...enjoy. Sportsday is back at 08:00 BST on Monday, the first day of Wimbledon. Yes, summer is truly here. Until then...

  2. Downing to Sunderland?


    Stewart Downing

    Sunderland are to step up their interest in West ham midfielder Stewart Downing, reports the Daily Telegraph.

    Downing scored six goals for the Hammers last season, but could leave the London club following the signing of Dimitri Payet from Marseille.

    The Middlesbrough-born player had a brief spell on loan with the Black Cats in 2003.

  3. Leicester to sign Japanese striker - reports


    Shinki Okazaki

    Leicester City are on the verge of signing Mainz striker Shinji Okazaki, according to German newspaper Bild.

    The paper says a fee of around £7m has been agreed and the official announcement is a mere formality.

    The Japanese forward made 32 appearances in the Bundesliga last season scoring 12 goals.

  4. Warwickshire hit by traffic problems


    Warwickshire say a number of their players are struggling to get to Old Trafford in time for the start of their Twenty20 game with Lancashire because of traffic problems on the M6.

    The match is due to start at 18:30 BST.

  5. Griffin extends Salford deal

    Rugby League

    Former Hull KR and London Broncos forward George Griffin, 23, signs a two-year contract extension with Salford.

  6. International newspapers

    L'Equipe (France)


    French newspaper L'Equipe looks ahead to tonight's women's World Cup quarter-final where France play Germany.

    The paper calls on the French team to 'change history'. France lost to Germany 4-2 during the group phase of the 2011 Women's World Cup although France still went on to finish fourth overall.

    The match starts at 21:00 BST and there will be live coverage on BBC Three from 20:50 BST.

  7. Women's World Cup quarter-finals


    The finals have reached the quarter-final stage and you can watch all four matches on the BBC.

    On Friday, you can see Germany v France (BBC 3, 21:00 BST) followed by China v United States (Red button, 00:30 BST)

    Then on Saturday, we will bring you Australia v Japan (BBC3, 21:00 BST) followed by Canada v England (BBC1, 00:30 BST)

  8. Greenbank wins again


    Nick Hope

    BBC Olympic sports reporter

    Luke Greenbank

    "British swimmer Luke Greenbank underlined his potential to qualify for the Rio Olympics next year by claiming his second title at the European Games in Baku.

    "The 17-year-old won the 100m backstroke title on Thursday and completed the double with a stunning victory over 200m.

    "His time of one minute 56.89 seconds was a new world junior record beating the previous mark of 1:56.94, set by Li Guangyuan of China in August last year. It was also the ninth quickest time recorded by a senior swimmer so far in 2015."

  9. How meditation led to three world titles


    Andy Priaulx

    Triple World Touring Car champion Andy Priaulx has revealed how meditation has helped him achieve success on the track.

    The 40-year-old from Guernsey told BBC Sport he uses the Silva method - where he puts himself into an almost sleep-like state and then focuses on winning races.

    Read more about Priaulx's path to glory here.

  10. Kolo Shaker


    Kula Shaker

    To tie in with Glastonbury starting, we want to know the best sporting band or artist names...

    Gary: Kolo Shaker

    This year's coverage of Glastonbury is bigger than ever. Join us for live streams of six stages, over 50 hours of TV and Red Button, broadcasts from Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music and highlights of over 90 artists available on iPlayer

  11. Birmingham sign Maghoma


    New signing for Birmingham City. The Championship club have secured the services of a former Tottenham and Sheffield Wednesday midfielder...

  12. baker joins Vitesse Arnhem


    Chelsea midfielder Lewis Baker, 20, will spend the 2015-16 season on loan at Vitesse Arnhem in the Dutch Eredivisie.

    The England under-20 captain is contracted to Chelsea for a further four years and ended last season by helping MK Dons win automatic promotion to the Championship.

  13. Wozniacki ready for Wimbledon


    Caroline Wozniacki plays down fears she could miss Wimbledon after withdrawing from the Aegon International through injury...

  14. Veteran Hayles joins Chesham United


    Former Fulham and Stevenage striker Barry Hayles has joined Southern League Premier Division side Chesham United as a player-coach at the age of 43.

    He was available after being released by Truro, with whom he won promotion out of Chesham's division in 2014-15.

    It extends Hayles' 26-year career, which has taken in teams including Leicester, Cheltenham and Arlesey Town.

    "He is incredibly fit, and still loves the game," Chesham boss Andy Leese told the club website.

  15. Public Lawrie McMenemy


    To tie in with Glastonbury starting, we want to know the best sporting band or artist names...

    Mr David Winson: De La Soul Campbell

    Public Enemy

    GambleGeek: Public Lawrie McMenemy

    Nath Kinsell: Emerson, Lake and Carlton Palmer

    And someone, whose name we have misplaced, offered the sensational Pet Shop Boyce.

    This year's coverage of Glastonbury is bigger than ever. Join us for live streams of six stages, over 50 hours of TV and Red Button, broadcasts from Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music and highlights of over 90 artists available on iPlayer

  16. Sport Today

    Wimbledon 2015

    BBC World News


    Sport Today brings you a 12-minute Wimbledon special on BBC World News at 16:45 BST.

    Filmed on location at the All England Club, presenter John Watson takes the walk of champions through to Centre Court, finds out how strawberries and cream became such a tradition with the spectators, and discovers how the grass is given as much care and attention as the players.

    Find out how you can watch it here

  17. Getting ready for Europa League action


    West Ham's plans for next Thursday's Europa League tie with Lusitans of Andorra are well under way. Now the manager has arrived...

  18. England series to be shown live on BBC

    Rugby League

    The BBC will provide full live coverage of England's three-match Test series against New Zealand in November.

    BBC Two will screen the opener at Hull's KC Stadium on Sunday, 1 November with BBC One showing the historic Olympic Stadium game the next Saturday.

    The series finale at Wigan's DW Stadium will be live on BBC One on Saturday, 14 November.

  19. Tyson Gay among 10 to go sub-10


    Only six British men have broken 10 seconds for 100m - but 10 Americans achieved the feat in one night at their national championships.

    During Thursday's four heats in Eugene, 2007 world champion Tyson Gay clocked 9.85 seconds - faster than any Briton in history - but was still beaten.

    Remontay McClain, 22, led the way with 9.82 seconds, while 19-year-old Trayvon Bromell ran 9.84 as all 10 athletes to go under 10 seconds progressed to Friday's semi-finals.

    The first three finishers in the final will qualify automatically for the World Championships in Beijing, which begin on 22 August.

  20. Missing test irresponsible - Keothavong


    BBC Radio 5 live

    Anne Keothavong

    Former British number one Anne Keothavong has said it is "totally irresponsible" of athletes to miss drugs tests.

    High profile British athletes Mo Farah and Chris Froome have missed drugs tests in recent years.

    "That's totally irresponsible to be that careless, because it's part of your job to fill out the daily whereabouts," Keothavong, 31, told BBC Radio 5 Live.

    The former world number 48 also said tennis players are not tested anywhere near enough.

  21. Davidson joins Huddersfield


    Huddersfield Town sign Australia international full-back Jason Davidson on a three-year deal.

    The 23-year-old joins the Championship club after being released by West Bromwich Albion last month, having made just five appearances in his only season with the Baggies.

  22. Welsh move back to London

    Rugby Union

    Following their relegation from the Premiership, London Welshhave announced they will leave the Kassam Stadium in Oxford and return to Old Deer Park in south-west London.

    The club will continue to look at other facilities "appropriate for hosting top level rugby."

  23. Bournemouth complete Mings deal


    Bournemouth confirm the signing of defender Tyrone Mings from Ipswich.

    Scottish winger Ryan Fraser goes the opposite direction on a season-long loan deal, while Cherries forward Brett Pitman also completes a permanent move to Portman Road.

  24. Dzeko and the Bunnymen


    Echo and the Bunneymen

    To tie in with Glastonbury starting, we want to know the best supporting band or artist names...

    Jr: Krul and the Gang

    Martin Donohue: Dzeko and the Bunnymen

    Leigh Faughnan: Seasick Steve Bruce

    This year's coverage of Glastonbury is bigger than ever. Join us for live streams of six stages, over 50 hours of TV and Red Button, broadcasts from Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music and highlights of over 90 artists available on iPlayer.

  25. Who is West Ham's new signing Dimitri Payet?


    Dimitri Payet
    • The 28-year-old was born in Reunion, a small French island in the Indian Ocean.
    • Payet joined Marseille from Lille in 2013 for £7.66m, having previously played for Saint Etienne and Nantes.
    • Last season won the Ligue 1's 'Meilleur Passeur' award for the most assists.
    • Created 135 chances for Marseille last season, more than any player in Europe's major leagues.
    • Payet has 15 caps for France and has scored one goal, which came in a defeat to Belgium earlier this month.
    • The Frenchman was left out of Marseille's squad for a game against Lille in December, and ordered on his Christmas holiday early by coach Marcelo Bielsa due to a "lack of involvement in training".
  26. Gold for Joyce

    European Games

    BBC Sport's David McDaid in Baku tweets about another British gold medal...

  27. Querrey to play Istomin in final

    Nottingham Open

    Sam Querrey

    Sam Querrey has beaten Alexandr Dolgopolov to reach the final of the Nottingham ATP Open.

    The 6ft 6in American won 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 against Dolgopolov to reach the final where he will face Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin.

    Istomin's semi-final lasted just three games before his opponent Marcos Baghdatis retired.

  28. Dolly Barton


    Dolly Parton

    To tie in with Glastonbury starting, we want to know the best sporting band or artist names...

    Calum Leask: Belle and Sebastien Coates

    Marc Suffolk: A-Dele Adebola

    Dave B: Dolly Barton

    This year's coverage of Glastonbury is bigger than ever. Join us for live streams of six stages, over 50 hours of TV and Red Button, broadcasts from Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music and highlights of over 90 artists available on iPlayer.

  29. Cavendish place confirmed

    Tour de France

    Mark Cavendish

    Mark Cavendish has been named in the Etixx - Quick-Step team for the 102nd Tour De France.

    The Manxman is joined by Michal Golas, Michal Kwiatkowski, Tony Martin, Mark Renshaw, Zdenek Stybar, Matteo Trentin, Rigoberto Uran, and Julien Vermote for the three-week tour, which starts on Saturday, 4 July and runs until Sunday, 26 July.

  30. Kent v Australia

    Kent 72-1, Australia 507-8 dec

    Sam Sheringham at Canterbury

    BBC Sport

    Kent have responded well to the early loss of Daniel Bell-Drummond, who was lbw to Mitchell Johnson's sixth ball.

    Two former England players, Rob Key and Joe Denly, are starting to find the middle of the bat and have taken Kent to 72-1 at tea in reply to Australia's 507-8 declared.

    Key, who was cheerily chatting to Johnson as he left the field, has 38 off 54 balls and Denly is 32 not out.

  31. Wozniacki out at Eastbourne

    Aegon International

    Caroline Wozniacki

    Second seed Caroline Wozniacki is out of the Aegon International after withdrawing through injury.

    The Dane was trailing 3-0 to Belinda Bencic in Eastbourne when she retired after consultation with the trainer.

    It means the Swiss teenager faces Agnieszka Radwanska in Saturday's final.

  32. Payet a 'world-class' signing


    West Ham United have signed a "world-class" player following the arrival of midfielder Dimitri Payet, according to Hammers joint-chairman David Sullivan.

    France international Payet, 28, has signed a five-year contract in a deal reportedly worth more than £10m.

    "If he was 22 he would be £30m plus, but he's still in his prime," added Sullivan. "Slaven saw him as his number one target that we could afford - sadly Ronaldo and Messi were outside our budget at the moment."

  33. Lady Yaya


    Lady Gaga

    To tie with with Glastonbury starting, we want to know the best sporting band or artist names...

    Jamie: Pjanic at the disco

    Chris Kelly: Two Door Sinama Pongolle Club

    Jack Drain: Lady YAYA

    This year's coverage of Glastonbury is bigger than ever. Join us for live streams of six stages, over 50 hours of TV and Red Button, broadcasts from Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music and highlights of over 90 artists available on iPlayer

  34. Radwanska into Eastbourne final

    Aegon International

    Agnieska Radwanska

    Agnieszka Radwanska is through to the final in Eastbourne after a 6-1 6-7 (3) 6-2 win over American Sloane Stephens.

    The Pole will play the winner of Belinda Bencic and Caroline Wozniacki, whose match gets underway shortly live on BBC Two or online here.

  35. Farah staying with Salazar


    Mo Farah releases a new statement in which he vows to stick with coach Alberto Salazar.

    The British Olympic and world champion said earlier this month he "wants answers" following allegations linking Salazar with doping. The coach issued a 12,000 word denial on Thursday.

    Mo Farah and Alberto Salazar

    "Although it's been a difficult time, I asked Alberto to respond to the allegations made against him and he has now done so in full," said Farah in a statement posted on his Facebook page on Friday.

    "As someone I've worked with for many years, I feel I have to believe in Alberto and the evidence he has provided. Based on that evidence, I will continue to work with him and hope now that I can focus on what I do best - training hard to win medals for my country."

  36. BreakingFarah staying with Salazar


    Britain's double Olympic champion Mo Farah says he is staying with coach Alberto Salazar.

  37. Wilfried Bony M

    #glasto XI

    Boney M

    To tie with with Glastonbury starting, we want to know the best sporting band or artist names...

    George Oliver: Wilfried Bony M

    JH: Clinton Van Morrison

    Carl: Sonic Huth

    This year's coverage of Glastonbury is bigger than ever. Join us for live streams of six stages, over 50 hours of TV and Red Button, broadcasts from Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music and highlights of over 90 artists available on iPlayer.

  38. Istomin through to Nottingham final


    Marcos Baghdatis

    Denis Istomin advanced to the final of the Nottingham Open when defending champion Marcos Baghdatis retired early in their semi-final match with a calf injury.

    Baghdatis, who was on a nine-match winning streak at the Wimbledon warm-up tournament, was leading 2-1 with a break in the first set when he pulled up after making a serve. He received treatment and retired.

    "I felt my calf pop," the Cypriot said. "I'll see the doctors down in Wimbledon and we'll make a decision either tomorrow night or Sunday morning. We'll see."

  39. Fulham sign Blackburn's Cairney


    Tom Cairney

    Fulhamhave announced the signing of Blackburn Rovers midfielder Tom Cairney for an undisclosed fee.

    The 24-year-old has penned a four-year deal with the west London club, with the option of a further year.

    The former Hull City trainee joined Rovers on a three-and-a-half-year deal in January 2014 and went on to make 85 appearances at Ewood Park.

  40. England beat USA at World Championships


    England captain Jack Rutter

    England will face the Republic of Ireland in the 5th/6th place play-off at the Cerebral Palsy Football World Championship at St George's Park on Saturday.

    England wrapped up a comfortable 10-0 win over USA with two goals apiece for Jake Brown, James Blackwell and Ollie Nugent.

    Having trailed 4-0 at half-time, the USA started the second half with an own goal while Jack Rutter, Matt Crossen and Michael Barker were also on target for the hosts.

    The result secures they will beat their previous best finish of seventh while fifth place would assure them of a Rio Paralympic spot.

  41. Newcastle target Serb striker - reports

    Football gossip

    Aleksandar Mitrovic

    The Chronicle are linkingNewcastle United with a move for Anderlecht striker Aleksandar Mitrovic.

    They say Benfica and FC Porto are also interested in the 20-year-old Serb, who has scored 36 goals in 69 league games in Belgium.

  42. 'I'm an attacking footballer'


    Dimitri Payet

    New West Ham signing Dimitri Payet says he wants to thrill fans with his attacking play.

    The 28-year-old midfielder tells West Ham's official website: "I'm an attacking footballer so for sure I like attacking football and that they're counting on me to help achieve that gives me a sense of responsibility.

    "The fact that I'm here is also down to that. I'm very happy to be here. It's true that it's taken a little while but that's normal, negotiations are like that. But now that it's done, I'm very happy."

  43. Kings of Leon Osman


    Kings of Leon

    To tie in with Glastonbury starting, we want to to know the best sporting band or artist names...

    David Robinson: Szczesny Hawkes

    Marc Gray: Petter Rudi-mental

    Rishi Patel: Kings of Leon Osman

    This year's coverage of Glastonbury is bigger than ever. Join us for live streams of six stages, over 50 hours of TV and Red Button, broadcasts from Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music and highlights of over 90 artists available on iPlayer.

  44. Payet signs for West Ham


    Confirmation of West Ham's signing of midfielder Dimitri Payet from Marseille...

  45. BreakingWest Ham sign Payet


    Dimitri Payet

    West Ham sign French midfielder Dimitri Payet from Marseille on a five-year contract in a deal reportedly worth more than £10m.

  46. Swansea in for Deeney?


    News from our BBC Sport colleagues in Wales...

  47. Celtic hold Janko talks


    Chris McLaughlin

    BBC Sport

    Saidy Janko

    Celtic have held talks with Manchester United defender Saidy Janko with a view to making him their second signing of the summer.

    The 19-year-old Switzerland Under-19 international spent the end of last season on loan at Bolton Wanderers with former Celtic boss Neil Lennon.

  48. Lallana Del Rey

    #glasto XI

    Lana Del Rey

    To tie in with Glastonbury starting, we asked for the best sporting band or artist names. Some of the responses have been sensationally good...

    Liam Fenn: Tore Andre Flo-Rida

    Con: Lallana Del Rey

    Connor Grayson: George Evra

    This year's coverage of Glastonbury is bigger than ever. Join us for live streams of six stages, over 50 hours of TV and Red Button, broadcasts from Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music and highlights of over 90 artists available on iPlayer

  49. Kent v Australia

    Kent 2-1, Australia 507-8 dec

    Sam Sheringham at Canterbury

    BBC Sport

    It took Mitchell Johnson just six balls to send a shiver down the spine of the England batsmen preparing to face him in the Ashes.

    After an over delivered at express pace, he trapped Kent opener Daniel Bell-Drummond lbw to complete a wicket maiden.

    Moments earlier, a Kent fan had rather optimistically chanted "I could play that with a stick of rhubarb".

  50. Wakefield could leave Belle Vue

    Rugby League

    Wakefield Trinity Wildcats chairman Michael Carter says the club could be forced to leave their Belle Vue home after serving notice to the administrators of the ground's lease, which is due to terminate at the end of December.

    The Super League side have played at the ground, which is owned by Bank of Ireland, since 1895.

    "The current lease and cost of repairs is crippling the club," Carter told BBC Radio Leeds.

  51. Looking good


    Only six weeks until the 2015-16 Premier League season...

  52. Kent v Australia

    Australia 507-8 dec

    Sam Sheringham at Canterbury

    BBC Sport

    Australia have just declared their first innings on 507-8. The loss of Ryan Harris for eight was the cue for Michael Clarke to call his players in, with Mitchell Johnson left on 32 not out.

    Johnson and Harris will quickly rip off their pads and get ready to share the new ball.

    There was a nice touch as 21-year-old Kent seamer Matt Hunn was clapped off the field after taking 5-99 in his first match of the season.

  53. Oscar 'staying at Chelsea'


    Chelsea midfielder Oscar will not be leaving Stamford Bridge this summer, says the Brazil international's representative Kia Joorabchian.

    Serie A champions Juventus have been tracking the 23-year-old, according to the London Evening Standard.

    But Joorabchian said: "It's completely impossible and there is no truth to it at all. Oscar will not be leaving Chelsea." 

  54. Nine-strong diving squad announced


    Tom Daley

    Great Britain's diving team that will be competing at the Fina World Championships in Kazan has been announced.

    The nine-strong contingent includes Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley and the squad are aiming to secure quota places for Great Britain at next year's Olympics.

    The team is: Tom Daley, James Denny, Jack Laugher, Matty Lee, Chris Mears, Sarah Barrow, Alicia Blagg, Tonia Couch, Rebecca Gallantree.


    Football gossip

    David De Gea

    The Daily Mail are reporting that it will take a world record fee for a goalkeeper to tempt Manchester United to sell David De Gea to Real Madrid.

    They also say that the Old Trafford club are not against keeping the Spanish custodian for the final year of his contract and allowing him to leave on a free transfer next summer.

  56. England dominating against USA


    England are in control of their match against USA at the Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships at St George's Park and lead 4-0 at half-time.

    The match is the first for the hosts to decide fifth-eighth place at the tournament.

    Jake Brown has scored twice in the opening half with captain Jack Rutter and James Blackwell also on target.

  57. Ferguson to have Everton testimonial


    Duncan Ferguson

    Nine years after retiring from playing, former Scotland striker Duncan Ferguson has been granted a testimonial by his old club Everton.

    Spanish club Villarreal will provide the opposition at Goodison Park on 2 August.

    Ferguson had two spells with the Toffees between 1994-98 and 2000-06, and made 273 appearances in that time.

    Ferguson, who scored 72 goals for the Blues, has since returned to Everton as a coach and was promoted from the Academy to become a member of Roberto Martinez's backroom staff last season.

  58. Firmino set to miss Liverpool tour


    Roberto Firmino

    New Liverpool midfielder Roberto Firmino is unlikely to feature in the club's pre-season tour of the Far East and Australia, reports the Liverpool Echo.

    Firmino, 23, who has joined the Reds in a £29m transfer from Hoffenheim, will be granted three weeks off by his new club following the end of Brazil's Copa America campaign.

    Dunga's men face Paraguay in the quarter-finals in Chile on Saturday and if they go all the way the final is on 4 July. Liverpool fly out to Bangkok on 12 July.

  59. Arthur Ashe: More than a champion


    Arthur Ashe

    This year marks the 40th anniversary of Arthur Ashe lifting the Wimbledon men's singles title, and BBC Two is marking the occasion with an hour-long programme looking back at his career.

    Ashe's life spans America's Civil Rights struggle, the ending of South Africa's system of apartheid and his creation of an awareness of the disease that would eventually kill him: AIDS.

    Serena Williams, Martina Navratilova, John McEnroe, Billie Jean King and Andy Murray all explain Arthur's legacy.

    Arthur Ashe: More than a champion is on BBC Two at 21:00 BST.

  60. Get Involved


    Now for something a little different...

    Glastonbury Festival started on Friday and that got us talking. What would be the best sporting band or artist names. We're thinking Taribo Kanye West, Robbie Savage Garden and Marco Fu Fighters.

    Send your best ones to #glastoXI or post on BBC Sport Facebook

    This year's coverage of Glastonbury is bigger than ever. Join us for live streams of six stages, over 50 hours of TV and Red Button, broadcasts from Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music and highlights of over 90 artists available on iPlayer

  61. Kent v Australia

    Australia 477-6

    Sam Sheringham at Canterbury

    BBC Sport

    What a match this is turning out to be for Matt Hunn. The 21-year-old Kent seamer, who plays club cricket for Sandwich Town and is making only his fourth appearance in first-class cricket, has taken the wickets of Shane Watson and Mitchell Marsh to complete a five wicket-haul against the Australians.

    Matt Hunn

    Watson fell for 21 to a brilliant one-handed catch by Joe Denly before Marsh's off stump was sent cartwheeling out of the ground for 30. The Australians remain in control of this match but at least one Kent player has a story to tell.

    No word of a declaration yet, but with the Aussies on 477-6, it won't be long before we see Mitchell Johnson and Ryan Harris steaming in to the wicket.

  62. Aegon International


    Caroline Wozniacki

    It's semi-final day at the Aegon International at Eastbourne.

    First up at 13:00 BST is American Sloane Stephens against the 2008 champion and ninth seed Agnieszka Radwanska.

    Then 18-year-old Belinda Bencic - who knocked out Britain's Johanna Konta in the last eight - faces second seed and 2009 winner, Caroline Wozniacki.

    You can watch both semi-finals live here

  63. Baghdatis retires from Nottingham Open


    News from Nottingham where former Australian Open finalist Marcos Baghdatis has withdrawn from the tournament, meaning Denis Istomin advances to the final.

  64. Headlines at 13:00 BST

    Andy Murray

    Tennis: Britain's Andy Murray faces world number 58 Mikhail Kukushkin of Kazakhstan in the first round of Wimbledon.

    Football: Sepp Blatter says he has not resigned as Fifa president.

    Football: Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech will undergo a medical at Arsenal today ahead of his proposed move to the Emirates.

    Athletics: US distance runner Galen Rupp is backing coach Alberto Salazar "100%" despite allegations he practised doping techniques on him as a teenager. Both Rupp and Salazar deny all the allegations.

    Football: Liverpool are in talks with Southampton over a deal for England right-back Nathaniel Clyne.

  65. England set for USA test


    England's Ollie Nugent in action against Ukraine

    The England Cerebral Palsy football team are back in action today after missing out on a place in the semi-finals of the World Championships at St George's Park on Wednesday.

    The team take on the USA in their first match in the fifth-eighth play-offs at 13:00 BST hoping to strengthen their claims for a place at the 2016 Rio Paralympics.

    "We've played America before last year in San Diego," England's Ollie Nugent tells the FA website. "We're confident going into the game - we know it will be hard but we know if we play like we did in the second half against Russia [in the quarter-final] I'm sure we'll be ok."

  66. Friday Sports Panel

    Listen live

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Joining Elly Oldroyd on the Friday Sports Panel are former British champion sprinter Jeanette Kwakye, former British number one tennis player Anne Keothavong and Arsenal and England ladies winger Rachel Yankey.

    Listen live from 13:00 BST here

  67. Northampton sign sacked Leicester goalkeeper


    Northampton Town have agreed a two-year deal with goalkeeper Adam Smith, who was recently sacked by Leicester City for his part in a racist sex video.

    The 22-year-old was  one of three players  to have their deals terminated because of the video, filmed on the club's end-of-season tour of Thailand.

    "Everyone knows I got myself in a situation which I'm deeply ashamed of and sorry for," said Smith. "I'm just pleased the manager here has given me a second chance."

  68. De Jong signs new AC Milan deal


    News about the future of AC Milan's former Manchester City midfielder Nigel de Jong...

  69. Guerrero hat-trick sends Peru through

    Copa America

    A hat-trick by former Bayern Munich striker Paolo Guerrero, 31, helped Peru defeat Bolivia 3-1 and set up a Copa America semi-final with hosts Chile. 

    Bolivia's goal came from a penalty by former Wigan Athletic loan signing Marcelo Moreno.

    The other two quarter-finals take place on Saturday, with Argentina facing Colombia (00:30 BST) and Brazil against Paraguay (22:30 BST). 

    Watch highlights of Peru's win over Bolivia on the BBC Sport website.

  70. Bayern handed Hamburg opener


    German champions Bayern Munich will begin their defence of the Bundesliga title at home to Hamburg on 14 August, it has been announced. 

  71. Get Involved

    #whatmyclubneeds or BBC Sport Facebook

    We've been asking what your club needs to do this summer...   

    Matthew C White:  Norwich need to carry their momentum from the last third of the season into Premier League. Mid-table respectability is a realistic possibility.

    Mark Forcards:  Villa need a change in mentality, especially from the fans. A few quality signings will help but being positive and wanting to win is essential. Ditch the negativity and satisfaction with mediocrity.  

    George Jordanov:  A new RB and CD at Liverpool. Sakho, Skrtel and Lovren can rotate with the new CD. I don't think we need more strikers, potential is already there even with Sterling leaving  

  72. International Handstand Day

    Get inspired

    Did you know it is International Handstand Day? Neither did Sportsday...

    Still, BBC Get Inspired and British Gymnastics have got together to encourage a range of celebrities and famous gymnasts to take part and you can see some of the best - and worst - here.

  73. Murray warming up for Wimbledon

    Wimbledon 2015

    BBC Sport's Jonathan Overend is watching Andy Murray warm up for Wimbldeon.

    It's a tough job but someone's got to do it...

  74. Test of knowledge

    Wimbledon 2015

    A Question of Sport Teaser


    Since 2000, who are the five women to have reached the Wimbledon singles final but have never won the title.

  75. Get Involved

    #whatmyclubneeds or BBC Sport Facebook

    We've been asking what your club needs to do this summer... 

    Armstrong Evergreen: AFC Bournemouth fan and I wish we had just one player added to our talented dedicated squad already. And that player would be Chelsea's Oscar.   

    Aidy Dodds:  As an Everton fan. We need a clear out first of the dead wood then look for centre half and goalkeeper.

    Robert Judd:  Roma still need to replace Medhi Benatia from a couple of years ago, and not sure we'll ever be able to replace Francesco Totti who at 38 is arguably past his prime. 

  76. Kent v Australia

    Australia 399-4

    Sam Sheringham at Canterbury

    BBC Sport

    It's not every day you get to see the world's best batsman score a century, but that's exactly what those gathered in the rustic stands and grassy banks of Kent's St Lawrence Ground have witnessed this morning.

    Steve Smith, he of the meteoric rise to the top of the ICC Test rankings and Australia's captain in waiting, took 45 minutes to move from his overnight score of 71 to three figures. He's not always the most aesthetically pleasing of batsmen, but his sharp eye and fast hands make him a ruthless slayer of all types of bowler.

    His century, from 151 balls, featured 11 fours and two sixes. Two more swipes - a six and a four - and he retired on 111 - to make way for Mitchell Marsh.

  77. Tavares joins Nantes


    Ten starts, no goals for Leeds United now Adryan Tavares has signed for Nantes

    And Leeds have responded with this...

  78. Ticket tout

    Rugby Union

    Martin Johnson

    Martin Johnson, who captained England to their 2003 Rugby World Cup triumph, helps reveal the ticket design for the 2015 tournament on Friday.

    When did launching ticket designs become a thing?

  79. 'Sharapova won't relish facing Konta'

    Wimbledon 2015

    BBC Sport tennis correspondent Russell Fuller on Britain's Johanna Konta facing fourth seed Maria Sharapova...

  80. Get Involved

    #whatmyclubneeds or BBC Sport Facebook

    We've been asking what your club needs to do this summer...

    Courtney Frazer-Bates:  Man Utd - accept the fact De Gea is gone, use him as bait for either Ramos or Varane and then go for a 20 goal a season striker. (I don't mean Harry Kane)  

    Hopeson Dustin Molande:  Barcelona need to strengthen their defence and midfield...even though we were in good form last season...  

    Dearie me, some people are never happy, are they?

  81. West Ham signing


    Who do you think the new signing is? 

  82. Kent v Australia

    Australia 368-3

    Sam Sheringham in Canterbury

    BBC Sport

    We've just got underway on day two at the Spitfire Ground in Canterbury, where Australia are pushing towards a mammoth first innings total. Expect the tourists to clock up 500 before putting Kent into bat.

    The ground is filling up nicely, but there's a light covering of cloud, which could play into the hands of the Aussie pace attack when they get ball in hand later on.

  83. Bronze for Kelly


    Josh Kelly
    Image caption: Josh Kelly (red) lost on points to home fighter Parviz Baghirov

    Great Britain'sJosh Kellyhas to settle for a bronze medal at the European Games in Baku after losing on points to Azerbaijan's Parviz Baghirov in the welterweight semi-final.

  84. Get Involved

    #whatmyclubneeds or BBC Sport Facebook

    We've been asking what your club needs to do this summer...

    Louis Maliamungu: My club Sunderland should get rid of average players and sign big names. 

    Kuteesa Derick Carter: I as a Real Madrid fan, we need to sack this dictator Floretino Perez... then Madrid will stabilise. 

    Henry Firth: Stoke need to hang on to Begovic. 

  85. On this day


    Switzerland v Austria

    In 1954, host nation Switzerland were beaten 7-5 by neighbours Austria in the World Cup finals. It remains the highest-scoring match in the final stages of the competition.

  86. Watch Kukushkin v Nadal

    Wimbledon 2015

    Rafael Nadal v Mikhail Kukushkin

    It is not going to be easy for Andy Murray in his first-round tie at Wimbledon against Mikhail Kukushkin.

    The world number 58 took a set off Rafael Nadal in the third round of last year's Wimbledon. Highlights of that match can be seen on our tennis page.

  87. Cech undergoing Arsenal medical


    BBC Sport's chief football writer Phil McNulty has had his say on Chelsea's Petr Cech undergoing a medical at Arsenal...

  88. Konta faces Sharapova

    Wimbledon 2015

    Johanna Konta

    It could not get much tougher for Johanna Konta. The Briton will play fourth seed Maria Sharapova in the first round.

    Of the other Britons, Heather Watson starts against Caroline Garcia, Naomi Broady faces Mariana Duque-Marino, and Laura Robson meets Evgeniya Rodina.

  89. Murray's first opponent

    Wimbledon 2015

    Andy Murray

    Andy Murray will begin his Wimbledon campaign against 27-year-old Mikhail Kukushkin from Kazakhstan.

    Murray has played the world number 58 on two occasions, both coming in 2012 and both ending in victories for the Brit.

    In the last 16 of the 2012 Australian Open, Murray won the first two sets 6-1 6-1 and was 1-0 ahead in the third before Kukushkin withdrew because of injury.

  90. Murray's route to glory?

    Wimbledon 2015

    Mikhail Kukushkin

    Andy Murray begins with a tie against Mikhail Kukushkin, but what may lie beyond that? 

    Robin Haase of the Netherlands could be a potential second-round opponent, followed by Italian Andreas Seppi in the third, France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the fourth, Rafael Nadal or David Ferrer of Spain in the quarter-finals, then Switzerland's Roger Federer in the semis. 

    Then, perhaps, Novak Djokovic would await in the final on 12 July.  

  91. Sister act

    Wimbledon 2015

    Serena and Venus Williams

    The number one seed in the women's draw, Serena Williams, could face sister Venus in the last 16.

  92. Women's draw

    Wimbledon 2015

    The Sunday Times' tennis correspondent Barry Flatman tweets...

  93. Ferrer test for Ward

    Wimbledon 2015

    James Ward

    British number three James Ward will begin his campaign against Spanish number eight seed David Ferrer. 

    New Brit Aljaz Bedene plays Radek Stepanek, Kyle Edmund faces Alexandr Dolgopolov, Liam Broady meets Marinko Matosevic, Brydan Klein plays Andreas Seppi.

  94. Murray starts with Kukushkin

    Wimbledon 2015

    Andy Murray

    Andy Murraywill begin his campaign against Mikhail Kukushkin of Kazakhstan.

  95. Tricky start for Djokovic

    Wimbledon 2015

    Mind you, it's not easy for defending champion  Novak Djokovic either. The Serb will face world number 33 Philipp Kohlschreiber in the first round and, potentially, Lleyton Hewitt in the second.

  96. Tough test for Murray

    Wimbledon 2015

    Andy Murray faces a tricky route a potential final meeting with Novak Djokovic.

    The Scot may have to beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the last 16, either David Ferrer or Rafael Nadal in the quarter-finals and Roger Federer in the semis.

  97. Sevilla unsuccessful in Konoplyanka talks


    Yevhen Konoplyanka

    Sevilla have decided to not sign Dnipro winger Yevhen Konoplyanka this summer.

    The Europa League winners were hoping to sign Konoplyanka, who is a free agent this summer, but negotiations have proved unsuccessful.

    The Ukraine international has been strongly linked with a move to Stoke, while Newcastle are also in the race to sign the 25-year-old.

    "We set ourselves a deadline to sign Konoplyanka and it has expired," Sevilla sporting director Monchi said on his club's official website.

  98. Murray in Federer's half

    Wimbledon 2015

    Andy Murray has been drawn in the same half as Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal, meaning the earliest he could meet world number one Novak Djokovic is in the final.

    It also means the Scot will start his campaign on the Tuesday of the first week.

  99. Wimbledon 2015


    The draw for this year's tournaments is about to start in London. We'll bring you all the key meetings and scenarios very shortly...

  100. On this day


    David Beckham

    In 1998, Darren Anderton and David Beckham scored as England beat Colombia 2-0 to move into the second round of the World Cup in France.

  101. Mainz to offload Jara - reports


    Edinson Cavani and Gonzalo Jara

    The fall out continues from the incident involving Chile's Gonzalo Jara and Uruguay's Edinson Cavani in a Copa America match.

    According to the Guardian, Mainz are ready to offload 29-year-old Jara after the former West Bromwich Albion defender made headlines by appearing to insert a finger between Cavani's buttocks before falling theatrically when the Paris St-Germain striker retaliated. Cavani his second yellow card of the game and sent him off.

    Jara signed a two-year contract with German club Mainz in July 2014 after being released by Nottingham Forest.

  102. Ready for action

    Wimbledon draw (10:00 BST)

    BBC Sport's tennis correspondent Russell Fuller tweets...

  103. Jockey who 'died' has 'achieved impossible'

    Horse Racing

    Brian Toomey

    Irish jockey Brian Toomey died for six seconds in 2013 when his horse fell at Perth. Yet in early July, the 26-year-old will return to competitive horse racing.

    Medical experts said his recovery from severe head injuries is unprecedented. "They can't get over it. I never gave up, and they reckon that was a massive help to me," Toomey told BBC Sport.

    Toomey had a huge section of his skull removed - and replaced with metal - as his brain swelled in an induced coma. He now speaks calmly about how close he came to death in this engrossing interview.

  104. International newspapers

    Tuttosport (Italy)


    Remember we said that the Sun were reporting that Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba was heading to Manchester City? Well, not everyone agrees.

    Italian newspaper Tuttosport are convinced that Barcelona are the favourites to sign the former Manchester United man.

  105. Southampton & Liverpool open Clyne talks


    Richard Winton

    BBC Sport

    Nathaniel Clyne

    Southampton have confirmed to BBC Sport that they are in talks with Liverpool over the transfer of Nathaniel Clyne.

    The Anfield club are reported to have offered £12m for the right-back, who has one season of his contract still to run. Saints are looking for closer to £15m but expected agreement to be reached over the next few days.

  106. Cech to undergo Arsenal medical


    David Ornstein

    BBC Sport

    "Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech, 33, will undergo a medical today ahead of his proposed moved to Arsenal. The fee is reportedly £11m and personal terms have been agreed."

  107. Man Utd confident of signing Ramos

    Football Gossip

    Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos

    But Manchester United are confident of signing Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos, 29, despite having an opening £32m bid rejected, reports the Independent.

    It is claimed that that the 2010 World Cup winner with Spain has made it known that he is interested in a move to Old Trafford.

    "Ramos is thought to be anxious for progress in the next two weeks - to prevent him being dragged into the Spanish club's long-haul pre-season tour with his future still unclear," adds the report.

  108. International newspapers

    AS (Spain)


    Let's have a look at some of the headlines in international newspapers.

    Real Madrid are not going to let Manchester United sign defender Sergio Ramos on the cheap. Spanish newspaper AS reports that United have had a 50m euros (£35.5m) bid rejected, with Real wanting 90m euros (£64m).

  109. Blatter 'did not resign'


    Imogen Foulkes

    BBC News, Geneva

    Sepp Blatter has appeared in public for the first time since his resignation, at a little party for those working on the new Fifa museum due to open next year.

    The Fifa president fuelled speculation that he wants to continue in office by saying that, "I did not resign, I put myself and my office in the hands of the FIFA congress".

    He also joked that he was not ready "to be in a museum" himself nor to be a waxwork.

  110. English football is 'rotten'


    Gareth Southgate

    We talked about England Under-21s failure at the European Under-21 Championships. Well, one-time England international Joey Barton is never shy of giving an opinion and, as always, it is strong stuff.

    "The culture is rotten from top to bottom," the former QPR captain Barton told BBC Radio 5 live. "There is a problem with the Premier League being a lot stronger than the Football Association, which makes it impossible for England to build good teams.

    "As some players get towards the top, they say: 'I'm too good for the 21s, because I've been in an England senior squad and I don't want to go to a tournament because I need to rest'."

  111. Get Involved

    #whatmyclubneeds or BBC Sport Facebook

    So our chief football writer Phil McNulty has had his say on what the top six need.

    But Sportsday is much more inclusive than that, so we want to know what your club needs this summer.

    It could be Manchester United or Chelsea, or equally Ipswich, Dundee United or even your pub team.

    Let us know via #whatmyclubneeds, text 81111 (UK users only) or post on BBC Sport Facebook

  112. Who needs what?


    Top six

    From top priorities to transfer targets, BBC Sport's chief football writer Phil McNulty assesses what lies ahead this summer for the Premier League's top six - Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham and Liverpool.

    Phil has looked at the essential players the clubs must keep hold of, transfer targets, managers and dream signings.

  113. Freney forced to pull out of Worlds


    Jacqueline Freney

    Eight-time Paralympic champion Jacqueline Freney has pulled out of next month's IPC Swimming World Championships in Glasgow.

    The 23-year-old Australian, who has not competed internationally since London, has been suffering with chronic fatigue which has affected her training and she will now focus on being fit for next year's Rio Paralympics.

  114. Top stories

    These are some of the top stories currently on the BBC Sport website.

    Alberto Salazar Galen Rupp

    Athletics: US distance runner Galen Rupp is backing coach Alberto Salazar "100%" despite allegations he practised doping techniques on him as a teenager. Both Salazar and Rupp deny all the allegations.

    Cricket: Shaun Marsh made his claim for a place in Australia's Test team with a century against Kent on the first day of their Ashes tour.

    Formula 1: Bernie Ecclestone should step down as Formula 1 supremo, says BBC chief F1 pundit Eddie Jordan.

    Rugby League: Hull KR reached the Challenge Cup semi-finals for the first time since 2006 despite a second-half Catalans Dragons fightback.

    European Games: Olympic boxing champion Nicola Adams won flyweight gold as Great Britain also claimed a further six swimming medals at the European Games in Baku.

    Nicola Adams
  115. England approach amateurish - Lineker


    Former England striker Gary Lineker was among those unhappy with Ashworth's comments.

    Match of the Day presenter Lineker wrote on Twitter: "The FA attempting to defend their indefensible policy of leaving the best players out of England's U21 squad.

    "We never learn. What a wasted opportunity to gather invaluable international experience. Exasperatingly amateurish approach!"

  116. 'We stand by the decision'


    But Gareth Southgate made the right decision leaving those players out of his England Under-21 squad, says Football Association director of elite development Dan Ashworth.

    "Youth teams are there to help develop players and give them experience to get into the seniors," said Ashworth.

    Raheem Sterling

    "Those players are established internationals. It's like being a first-team player and asking them to come back and play in the U21s. It's not necessarily the right thing to do. We stand by the decision Gareth and I made. You never know when you drop players into a new group whether it'll be the right thing to do."

  117. The debate continues


    After every failure comes an inquest.

    England Under 21s

    The fallout from England's early exit at the European Under-21 Championships continues after Gareth Southgate's side finished bottom of their group in the Czech Republic.

    Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling, Everton midfielder Ross Barkley, Arsenal midfielders Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jack Wilshere and Manchester United defender Phil Jones were among those eligible but not called up.