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  1. Remembering the 96

    Graphic of victims of the Hillsborough disaster

    It has been an emotional day after an inquest jury found the 96 Liverpool supporters who died at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final at Hillsborough were unlawfully killed

    BBC News' continuing live coverage can be followed here.

    We'll be back from 08:00 BST on Wednesday. Thanks for joining us and goodbye.

  2. Man City v Real Madrid (19:45 BST)

    Champions League semi-final

    There are two ways to follow all the action from the Etihad.

    The match is live on BBC Radio 5 live, with build-up from 18:30 BST.

    There is also live text coverage of the match on the BBC Sport website, also from 18:30 BST.

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  3. Man City v Real Madrid (19:45 BST)

    Champions League semi-final

  4. Man City v Real Madrid (19:45 BST)

    Champions League semi-final

    Manuel Pellegrini has called on his team to control their emotions after having players shown red cards in previous big European games.

    They had a man sent off in both legs of the last-16 defeat by Barcelona in 2013-14, while Gael Clichy was dismissed in the first leg of last season's loss to the same opponents at the same stage.

    "We need to have a very hot heart but a cold mind, that's a lesson we've learned," said Pellegrini.

  5. Man City v Real Madrid (19:45 BST)

    Champions League semi-final

  6. Man City v Real Madrid (19:45 BST)

    Champions League semi-final

    Danny Murphy

    MOTD pundit

    In a game like this one, you are looking for players who can conjure up a moment of brilliance in the final third to make something happen out of nothing.

    It is in this area where Manuel Pellegrini has the most options, even with Yaya Toure unavailable.

    One advantage of him being out is that, while Kevin de Bruyne has the legs to play wide, he is better in that number 10 role. So, by playing him there you use him in the position where he is most effective.

    Playing there he is also likely to have more chances to score himself too.

    The £55m Belgian scored crucial goals in both legs of the quarter-final and the onus will be on him and Sergio Aguero to provide the main goal threat again.

    Read Danny's full column here.

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  7. Man City v Real Madrid (19:45 BST)

    Champions League semi-final

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  8. Edmund wins in Estoril

    It's been a decent day for British tennis players. After Laura Robson's victory earlier, GB men's number three Kyle Edmund has beaten Spain's Daniel Gimeno-Traver in straight sets to reach round two at the clay-court Estoril Open.

    Edmund came back from a break down in the second set to win 6-3 7-5 and next plays French third seed Benoit Paire.  

    However, British number two Aljaz Bedene lost 6-4 6-7 (4-7) 6-4 to Russia's Karen Khachanov at the Istanbul Open.

    It is the second tournament running in which Bedene has been beaten by Khachanov, having lost to the 19-year-old in Barcelona last week.

    Kyle Edmund
  9. 'A painful journey for the families and survivors'

    Hillsborough inquests

    Liverpool FC chief executive Ian Ayre's statement continues: “Since April 15, 1989, the solidarity shown by Liverpool fans towards the families and survivors encapsulates the unique character of both the club and city. 

    "We are also hugely thankful for the unwavering support the wider football community has so generously shown these past 27 years.

    “It has been a painful journey for the families and survivors, who have endured and sacrificed so much for so long. The resilience and dignity they have shown throughout their tireless campaign has been humbling and inspirational. Their conduct and actions throughout their struggle has brought pride to the city of Liverpool and will serve as a lasting tribute to the victims.

    “The 96 men, women and children who were unlawfully killed at Hillsborough will never be forgotten.”

  10. 'True verdict finally delivered'

    Hillsborough inquests

    Following the Hillsborough inquests' conclusion that the 96 Liverpool fans who died at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final were unlawfully killed, Liverpool FC chief executive Ian Ayre has released a statement on behalf of the club.

    It reads: “After 27 long years the true verdict has finally been delivered, confirming what the families always believed – their loved ones were unlawfully killed.

    “Liverpool Football Club welcomes the jury’s decision, once and for all, that our supporters were not in any way responsible for what happened at Hillsborough. 

    "We will always remember the selfless bravery and heroism of the many fans that helped their fellow supporters in the most harrowing of circumstances that day. We praise those who, since the beginning of the inquest, have had to find the courage and strength to re-live what they went through."

  11. Nadal wants his drug-tests to be made public


    Rafael Nadal

    Fourteen-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal has written to the president of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and asked for all of his drug-test results and blood profile records to be made public.

    Nadal's letter was sent to ITF President David Haggerty on Monday, as he filed a lawsuit against ex-French government minister Roselyne Bachelot, who accused him of doping.

    "I know how many times I am tested, on and off competition," Nadal wrote in the letter, which has been seen by the Associated Press.

    "Please make all my information public. Please make public my biological passport, my complete history of anti-doping controls and tests." 

  12. Man City v Real Madrid (19:45 BST)

    Champions League semi-final

    Manchester City's supporters could play "the biggest" role in helping the team gain a first-leg advantage, according to captain Vincent Kompany.

    "I have never seen a Manchester City team not turn up when the fans are up for it. It's an appeal to them that they have to be as loud as they've ever been. Otherwise, what's the point in buying your ticket to come in?".

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  13. 'I convinced her to call our baby ‘Vardy'

    A Leicester fan has persuaded his partner to name their unborn child after striker and top scorer Jamie Vardy via an online petition.

    Ashley Marriott, from Leicester, spoke to 5 live Daily's Adrian Chiles about how he will give his daughter the middle name Vardy after he hit a target of 5,000 signatures.

    He said: "I got 5,000 weeks ago, so it's definitely on. All her family are Spurs fans, which is good for me."

    Ashley Marriott
  14. Are you Torres or a Bale?


    Which Champions League semi-finalist are you?

    Take this quiz and find out.

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  15. Man City v Real Madrid (19:45 BST)

    Champions League semi-final


  16. Long odds


    Kim Kardashian to become the next president of the US.

    There was more chance of that happening at 2,000-1, than Leicester winning the title at the beginning of the season.

    Check out the weird and wonderful things bookies thought more likely than Leicester winning the Premier League.

    Kim Kardashian
  17. Happy campers


    Going to The Open in July? Aged under 25? Not sorted your accommodation yet?

    Well you can get stay for free at The Open Camping Village.

    The Open Camping Village, set up by the R&A, will be located a short walk from Royal Troon at Marr Rugby Club. 

    It will feature two, four and six person pre-pitched tents along with inflatable camping beds for each guest. 

    There will be 500 camping places available each night with the facility set to be open from 10-17 July.  

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  18. Man City v Real Madrid (19:45 BST)

    Champions League semi-final

    The world will be watching...

  19. Wednesday issue Hillsborough statement

    Sheffield Wednesday, who were criticised in the Hillsborough inquests' conclusions, have issued a statement.

    A jury found the club failed to approve the plans for dedicated turnstiles for each pen in the 1989 FA Cup semi-final. 

    There was also inadequate signage at the club and misleading information on match tickets and club officials should have requested a delay in kick off.

    Wednesday's statement said: "Both the ownership and leadership of Sheffield Wednesday has also changed in this time and we reiterate that the sincere condolences of the current chairman, board of directors and everyone at the club remain with the families of the 96 and our thoughts are with all those affected by the tragic events of 1989."

    Follow continuing live BBC News coverage here.

  20. Hawkins in slow start

    World Snooker Championship

    Barry Hawkins

    Barry Hawkins was involved in a thriller on Monday night as he knocked out five-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan in a final-frame decider - and perhaps that is now taking its toll.

    Hawkins has lost the first three frames of his quarter-final to Hong Kong's Marco Fu.

    Scotland's Alan McManus leads compatriot John Higgins 2-1 in the other match which is currently in progress.

    If you're in the UK, follow live video coverage here.

    In the other ties, Mark Selby leads Kyren Wilson 6-2 and Ding Junhui is up on Mark Williams by the same scoreline.