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By Gary Rose and Michael Emons

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  1. BBC pundits pick their players to watch


    Struggling for that last-minute Fantasy Football selection? Well, here you can watch a video of a number of BBC pundits describing which players they expect to shine at Euro 2016.

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    Video caption: Euro 2016: Who are the players to watch?
  2. Now arriving at platform one...

    Euro 2016

    Euro 2016

    If you are catching the Eurostar to France for Euro 2016 then why not play a bit of football while you wait? A miniature pitch has been put down on one of the platforms to get fans in the mood.

  3. Stephen Keshi: Nigeria football legend dies aged 54


    Stephen Keshi

    Some sad news to wake up to. One of African football's best-known figures, Stephen Keshi, has died at the age of 54.

    A former captain of the Nigeria national team, Keshi was one of only two men to win the Africa Cup of Nations both as a player and a coach.

    He also managed Togo and Mali, and his playing career included a spell for Belgian club side Anderlecht.

  4. Man Utd set to sign Villarreal defender


    Eric Bailly

    In case you missed this last night, Villarreal central defender Eric Bailly is set to be Jose Mourinho's first signing as Manchester United manager.

    Bailly is due to have a medical this week and terms are thought to have been agreed with the 22-year-old, who will cost the Red Devils about £30m.

    He has played 40 times in La Liga, the first five of which were for Espanyol.

  5. On this day...


    In 2009 Kaka left AC Milan to sign for Real Madrid on a six-year deal for a reported fee of around £59 million. 

    Kaka of Real Madrid
  6. Lennon agrees to become Hibs boss


    Neil Lennon

    Neil Lennon has agreed a deal to become the next Hibernian manager and should formally sign a contract today.

    The former Celtic boss has been out of work since parting company with Bolton in March but will succeed Alan Stubbs. 

     Stubbs left for Rotherham United last week after two seasons in charge and having just won the Scottish Cup.

  7. France: Fear, Faith and Football

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    You can also listen to France: Fear, Faith and Football on BBC Radio 5 live tonight at 20:00 BST.

    Hear from Lilian Thuram, a member of the 1998 World Cup winning side; Vincent Duluc, Chief Football writer at L'Equipe; plus members of UJA Maccabi, an amateur Jewish football club in Paris, and their President who used to own the Bataclan theatre where last November's attacks took place. 

  8. France: Fear, Faith and Football


    If you read one article today, make it this one - France: Fear, Faith and Football. A look at the changing context of the social and political background in France through three key moments in French football that took place at the Stade De France.

    Featuring the World Cup win of 1998, an abandoned friendly between France and Algeria in 2001, and then the attacks in Paris last November - we examine if football can unite France again.

    Trust me. Get a coffee or a cup of tea and set aside 10 minutes. It will be worth it.

  9. Happy Birthday

    It is an all female tennis player birthday special today...

    Lindsay Davenport (tennis) - The three-time grand slam singles champion and Olympic gold medallist, born 1976, turns 40 today.

    Nadia Petrova (tennis) - The two-time French Open semi-finalist from Russia, born in 1982, is 34.

    Kim Clijsters (tennis) - The former US Open and Australian Open champion, born 1983, is celebrarting her 33rd birthday.

    Kim Clijsters
  10. Today's papers

    Daily Telegraph

    Daily Telegraph

    The back page of the Daily Telegraph leads with the story about former Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro settling her dismissal claim against the club on confidential terms. Read more here.

  11. Today's papers



    And it is more of the same in the Metro, although the newspaper does also carry a story claiming Jamie Vardy's Leicester team-mates have urged him to stay.

  12. Today's papers

    The Guardian

    Today's papers

    The Guardian back page has the story about Jamie Vardy, who is the subject of interest from Arsenal, and that any decision about his future in unlikely to be made until after Euro 2016.

    Read more here.

  13. Today's papers

    The Sun

    the Sun

    First up, let's crack on with a look at today's newspapers, starting with the Sun.

    It claims that England coach Ray Lewington has inadvertently revealed the Three Lions' line-up for their opening game against Russia.

    If it is indeed the starting XI, then it would seem that Roy Hodgson is likely to go with Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy in attack, with Wayne Rooney in a deeper midfield role.

    Check out the full story here.

  14. Paris is ready

    Euro 2016

    The wait is almost over. 

    The vast majority of the teams are settled at their Euro 2016 bases and in a little under 60 hours, the tournament will be officially under way.

    Excited? Cannot wait for it all to begin? Then let us here at Sportsday help scratch that Euro 2016 itch with all the build-up to the month-long feast of football.