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By Phil Dawkes and Emlyn Begley

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    So that's the end of another Sportsday. Keep across the BBC Sport website tonight for all the latest sports news, including the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 squad - plus any surprises from the other competing nations.  

  2. By Maher Mezahi

    BBC Sport

    Ghislain Guessan

    BBC Sport looks at the effects of Algeria's decision to ban foreign players from its leagues from next season.

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  3. Jose Mourinho (right) and Pep Guardiola

    New Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says "someone else would be champion" if he focused on Manchester City rival Pep Guardiola next season.

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  4. Post update

    Here's a few football stories you might have missed today...

  5. Countdown to Rio

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    The Rio Olympics are not far away now. BBC Sport continues the countdown to the Games with the moment American Edwin Moses wins the 400m hurdles in front of his home crowd at the Los Angeles Games in 1984.

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    Steven MacConmara: As an Ireland fan can't see many surprises in Martin O'Neill's squad, James McCarthy has to go even if not fully fit. Quality player.

    The Republic of Ireland name their squad tonight after a friendly against Belarus in Cork.

  7. Rashford gets Conte seal of approval

    Football

    Italy boss Antonio Conte, who becomes Chelsea manager this summer, has spoken to BBC Radio 5 live about Marcus Rashford, who is in England's Euro 2016 squad.

    “In England, the forwards are very, very good. Rashford has a great potential to become a fantastic player," he said.

  8. Matthews on missing out for Wales

    Football

  9. Murray to play tomorrow

    Tennis

    Andy Murray will now play Richard Gasquet in the French Open quarter-final on Wednesday, because of rain today.

  10. Morata wants Real return

    Football

    Juventus striker Alvaro Morata says his first preference is to return to Real Madrid - but only if he will start.

    Real have the option to re-sign the 23-year-old Spain international - for a reported £22m - and could do so before selling him on for a profit.

    "My wish is to succeed at Real Madrid, that is clearly what I would like the most," he told AS. 

    "But Real have great players and what I want is to play and feel important. Next season, I will play in the team which gives me the most opportunities to do so

    "There are offers from England which are tempting, not just because of the contract."

    Alvaro Morata
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    Edward Taylor: Scored 3 in a 4-3 Year 11 Cup Schools Cup semi final win.Unused sub in final. We lost 1-0.Never told why I was dropped.

    Dan Bramwell: Scores four goals in a cup semi final and got benched for the final for a player who hadn't played in 10 weeks 

    Mikey: Finished 5th in rankings. Didnt get picked. Guy in 10th got my spot due to "experience" i.e. President of clubs son

  12. Townsend on being dropped by England

    Football

  13. Quiz o'clock

    Football

    Can you guess the team from the kit? Take CBBC's quiz to see if you're really ready for Euro 2016...  

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  14. Gillespie staying at Headingley

    Cricket

    Jason Gillespie

    Yorkshire coach Jason Gillespie has told BBC Radio 5 live sports extra that he is not leaving his job with the county to take up a role with Cricket Australia. The 41-year-old revealed that he had spoken to Australia coach Darren Lehmann but was not formally offered a job.

  15. How to breed a Derby winner

    Horse racing

    More than 100,000 people will cram Epsom Downs racecourse on Saturday for the Derby.

    But how do you breed a winner of the big race? The BBC has been investigating, with the help of none other than Lord Derby, pus some leading breeding experts.

    From dating websites for horses to super studs who command fees topping £200,000 a time, read all about the thoroughbred industry here.

    You can hear more on a special Epsom preview on BBC Radio 5 live from 21:30  to 22:30 BST.

    Golden Horn at stud
    Image caption: Last year's Derby winner Golden Horn is now a stallion who has mated with 145 mares