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Summary

  1. Farewell to Upton Park as West Ham host Man Utd (19:45)
  2. Terry future up to Chelsea, not me - Hiddink
  3. Roy Hodgson delays naming England Euro 2016 squad
  4. Farewell to Upton Park: West Ham v Man Utd (19:45 BST)
  5. Bayern sign Hummels and Sanches
  6. Tennis: Konta wins at Italian Open but Bedene out
  7. Get involved: Best & worst away grounds - #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Mandeep Sanghera and Alan Jewell

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farewell

    It's time for the Sportsday team to say goodbye for another day. Remember, you can capture the emotion and drama of West Ham's last ever game at Upton Park with live text commentary of their match against Manchester United on the BBC Sport website. It promises to be an emotional occasion. Will the Hammers say goodbye with a win?

  2. New deal for Guidolin?

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    Swansea City are set to offer head coach Francesco Guidolin a new contract when the club's board meets on Wednesday, reports BBC Wales Sport. 

    The Italian took over in January until the end of the season after Garry Monk was sacked.

  3. Hodgson to delay naming Euro 2016 squad

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    More on the news Roy Hodgson is to delay naming his England squad for Euro 2016 until next Monday. The Football Association report it is "in order to better assess players’ fitness after the final games of the Premier League season".

  4. Hodgson 'to delay naming squad'

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    England boss Roy Hodgson is to delay naming his squad for Euro 2016 until next Monday, report Sky Sports. Hodgson was due to release the names of the players on Thursday. 

  5. Boys don't cry?

    West Ham v Man Utd (19:45 BST)

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    Video caption: Corden may struggle to control his emotions during the Hammers' last match at Upton Park.

    Well some do and James Corden has admitted he may shed a tear as West Ham say goodbye to Upton Park.

    The Hammers host Manchester United as they end their 112-year stay at the stadium before moving to the Olympic Stadium.

    Corden, a lifelong Hammers fan, will be at the game and says he might "shed a tear" when it comes to saying goodbye.

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  6. Get Involved - best & worst grounds

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    Best – QPR. Really friendly and helpful staff, which isn’t the case at every stadium. Great commentary position and with the stands so close to the pitch, whether you are a commentator or a fan you feel right in the action.

    Worst – York City. Outdated stadium, with broken benches in the press box and general lack of facilities whether you are a fan or commentator. Sadly, a warm welcome is also lacking. The sooner they move the better.

    What about your own experiences? Tweet #bbcsportsday, text 81111 or visit theBBC Sport Facebook page.

  7. Martinez on Sunderland

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    Video caption: Everton need to be at their 'very best' to beat Sunderland - Martinez

    Both Newcastle and Norwich will be hoping Everton can return to form against Sunderland on Wednesday. A Toffees defeat will send both the Magpies and the Canaries down.

    Everton boss Roberto Martinez earlier dismissed the notion that he has to "win back" his players following their recent poor form.

  8. Get Involved - best & worst grounds

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    BBC Radio Lancashire's Andy Bayes:

    "My favourite ground is the City of Manchester Stadium. I had the pleasure of commentating on the first match there when they played Barcelona and won 2-1. I don’t go very often these days, but certainly the atmosphere has improved since those early days.

    "Maine Road had its own character though, and some fans still miss it very much.

    "Anfield and St James’ Park are also fabulous places to visit in terms of big match atmosphere. European nights at Anfield were very special indeed. It was an honour to be behind the mic for the 3-1 victory against Olympiakos."

    What are your choices? Tweet #bbcsportsday, text 81111 or visit theBBC Sport Facebook page.

  9. End of an era

    West Ham v Man Utd (19:45 BST)

    Two hours to kick-off and counting. It's going to be an emotional night at Upton Park.

  10. 'Keane would be a success'

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    Roy Keane

    Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon says Roy Keane's "hard but fair" approach would be successful at the Glasgow club.

    One bookmaker has suspended betting on the Republic of Ireland assistant taking over from outgoing Celtic boss Ronny Deila, although it is understood the club are still interviewing candidates and no decision is imminent.

    "He's hard but fair. What you see is really is what you get," said Gordon. "If he was appointed, I'm sure he would do well and he would be successful."

  11. Get Involved - best & worst grounds

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    Phil Kinsella

    Reporter, BBC Radio Merseyside Sport

    Don Valley Stadium

    Don Valley Stadium in Sheffield was the worst. When Rotherham were using it - cold, bleak, unprotected from the elements - sitting half way up a deserted stand with no one around was the most soul destroying task I've ever had – Death Valley was the most appropriate.

  12. Clattenburg picked to referee final

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    Mark Clattenburg

    Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg, 41, will take charge of the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid at the San Siro in Milan on 28 May.

    Clattenburg has handled six Champions League matches this season, including two involving Atletico Madrid and one for Real Madrid. 

    He has already been chosen to referee the FA Cup final between Manchester United and Crystal Palace at Wembley on  21 May, while Clattenburg has also been picked by Uefa to referee at the European Championship in France.   

  13. Stephens to serve ban

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    Brighton midfielder Dale Stephens, 26, will serve a three-match suspension after claims of wrongful dismissal and excessive punishment were both rejected, the Football Association announces. 

    Stephens was dismissed for a following a challenge on Middlesbrough's Gaston Ramirez which left the Uruguayan requiring stitches during last weekend's Championship game.

    Boro ended a seven-year Premier League absence by drawing a tense and nervy promotion decider 1-1 at the Riverside.  

  14. Hammers can move to 'next level'

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    Trevor Brooking, who made 643 appearances for the Hammers between 1967 and 1984, also says moving to the Olympic Stadium next season gives them a great chance to move to the "next level" but warned away teams will be inspired by the new venue.

    He added: "Opposition will all want to perform well in their first appearance and that makes each home game tough."

  15. A special night for Hammers - Brooking

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    Sir Trevor Brooking

    West Ham legend Sir Trevor Brooking says the club's fans will never forget the "wonderful atmosphere" of Upton Park as it prepares to host its final match later.

    Manchester United are the visitors for the Boleyn Ground's last stand (kick-off 19:45 BST).

    "It's a great match, playing Man United under the lights and the tradition of the club has been playing great matches under the lights," Brooking told Radio 5 live.

    "It's when it's time to leave that people will think 'what are we going to do'."

  16. Stoke's Ireland breaks leg

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    Stephen Ireland

    Stoke City midfielder Stephen Ireland has suffered a broken leg in training and is facing an "extended spell" out, according to the Potters.

  17. Rain disrupts County Championship games

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    Rain stopped play at Chelmsford

    Heavy rain saw play abandoned without a ball being bowled on day three of four County Championship matches.

    The Division One match at Edgbaston between Warwickshire and Somerset, plus Division Two games at Derby and Leicester were called off after lunch.

    Play between Middlesex and Nottinghamshire at Lord's in Division One was abandoned after tea.

    The final day of Sri Lanka's opening tour match against Essex at Chelmsford was also abandoned with the game drawn.

    Weather disrupts Championship games

    Rain stopped play at Chelmsford

    Heavy rain sees day three of a number of County Championship matches abandoned without a ball being bowled.

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  18. Root completes double ton before rain

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    Joe Root

    England's Joe Root completed a double century for Yorkshire before rain washed out most of the third day's play against Surrey at Headingley.

    He brought up the fourth double century of his career from 232 balls faced, with a single off Rampaul, and hit a six and 22 fours.  

    Root took his score from 190 not out to 213 before paceman Ravi Rampaul (4-153) had him caught at mid-off.

    Only 13.2 overs of play were possible, with the defending champions advancing to 557-6, a lead of 227.

    Having drawn their opening three matches, Yorkshire still have a chance of victory if the weather improves on the final day.

  19. Dinamo to give trophy to Ekeng's family

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    Patrick Ekeng

    Dinamo Bucharest will honour the memory of midfielder Patrick Ekeng by sending the Romanian Cup to his family in Cameroon if they win the trophy.

    Cameroon's Ekeng died aged 26 of a suspected heart attack after collapsing on the pitch during a match on Friday.

    Thirteen-time winners Dinamo face CFR Cluj in the postponed final on 17 May.

    "If we win the final, the trophy will be sent to Cameroon, where it will be placed on Patrick's grave," said sporting director Ionel Danciulescu.

  20. I’m quite a newbie to this - Konta

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    Britain's Johanna Konta reached the Italian Open second round with a 6-1 6-2 win over Sweden's Johanna Larsson and the 24-year-old will face Italy's Roberta Vinci in the next round.

    So how is she adapting to the clay court season?

    "I think it’s definitely a time question," she told BBC Radio 5 live. "I’m accumulating quite a few new experiences right now. I’d never played Madrid before and I’ve never been here either so in some ways I’m quite a newbie to this.

    "I just need to do my time on the surface, put in as many hours as I can and really enjoy being part of the clay court season. to begin with."

    Johanna Konta