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Jamie Lillywhite and Emlyn Begley

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  1. Live BBC Sport coverage

    Stoke v Tottenham (20:00 BST)

    Harry Kane

    We at Team Sportsday are signing off for the day now. In two hours' time, we'll start building up to tonight's Premier League game on the BBC Sport website. 

    From 19:00 BST follow live text and radio commentary from the Britannia Stadium as Stoke host Tottenham in the Premier League. Spurs can narrow Leicester's lead at the top to five points with a win. 

  2. Lawro's prediction

    Stoke v Tottenham (20:00 BST)

    Mark Lawrenson

    Former Liverpool defender

    Stoke lost heavily at Anfield last week after drawing 2-2 with Swansea, but there is no way their manager Mark Hughes will just let things fizzle out after another really good season.

    I still fancy Tottenham to win here, though. I was really impressed with them against Manchester United, not simply the fact they won 3-0 but because United looked bright and sharp early on yet never looked like scoring.

    It was hard to see Spurs getting a grip on the game, so they were relying on their defence, but then it just happened for them at the other end.

    That is why they are such a good side - they have players who can turn games around in a second.

    Any other year, we would be saying they are the best team in the league, but Leicester look like beating them to the title.

    Lawro's prediction: 0-2

    (Arsenal fan) Idris Elba's prediction: "How would I feel if Tottenham win the title? I would be physically ill. Literally, I would be throwing up. Against Stoke, Spurs will have them, but I think it will be a good game." 3-2

    Stoke v Spurs
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    Stoke v Tottenham (20:00 BST)

  4. Messi scores 500th goal


    Lionel Messi scored his 500th career goal last night as Barcelona lost 2-1 to Valencia. 

    Image caption: Atletico Madrid and Sevilla have reason to fear Messi most - he's scored 25 goals against each of them. That's four more than he's managed against Real Madrid
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  6. BreakingVardy charged by FA


    Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has been charged by the Football Association with improper conduct for his behaviour following his second-half dismissal in yesterday's 2-2 draw with West Ham. The Foxes have also been charged for failing to control their players following a penalty award to the Hammers. Both the player and the club have until 18:00 GMT on Thursday to reply to their charge.    

    Jamie Vardy
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    Video caption: Seven marathons, seven days, seven continents - blind

    Dave runs marathons. In fact, Dave runs a lot of marathons. Dave runs so many marathons that in 2008 he completed seven of them, in seven days and across seven continents. 

    Oh...and Dave is blind. 'Blind Dave', as his friends call him, has raised over £3m for various charities and has been recognised by his childhood football club, West Brom, for his efforts.

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  8. British jumping team announced


    The British jumping team for the Nations Cup show in Drammen, Norway (5-8 May 2016) has been named - James Billington, Kerry Brennan, Douglas Duffin, Joe Whitaker.

  9. World Snooker Championship result

  10. More chaos at Villa


    Remarkable claims involving Aston Villa as two of their board members - who only joined the club within the last couple of months - have walked away, according to the Times.

  11. 'Villa to bounce back'


    Former Aston Villa chairman Doug Ellis laments the club's relegation to the Championship, but feels they can bounce back to the top-flight at the first attempt.  

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    Video caption: Doug Ellis gives his reaction to Aston Villa's relegation.
  12. 'Big-name professionals want Olympics chance'


    The president of world amateur boxing (AIBA) says he is confident that a vote will be passed to allowing big-name professional to compete at the Rio Olympics.

    Dr Ching Kuo Wu had raised the possibility in March and until now only amateur or AIBA-affiliated professional boxers have been eligible to compete at Olympic Games.

    “I’m very confident. We’ve already received information that some big names would like to be at the Olympic Games,“ Dr Wu told BBC Sport.

    “I think it’s very possible. As president I think it’s time. But they are all waiting on this final approval.”

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