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Libby Dawes

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  1. I will leave you with Thor and Hari's guide to Iceland

    Portugal v Iceland - 20:00 BST, BBC One, online and connected TV

    These two chapsmight live in London but they're big Iceland fans. 

    Check out their Euro 2016 guide to their favourite national team - the smallest populated country to reach a major tournament!  

    Thanks for joining us today.

    Same time again tomorrow!

    Thor and Hari
  2. Is Zlatan the most arrogant footballer in the history of the game?


    “Has there ever been a more arrogant player in the history of football? I don’t think so.

    “If Zlatan goes to Manchester United, between him and Mourinho I don’t think Old Trafford will be big enough for them both.”

    Listen to Alan Green's opinion of Zlatan here.

  3. Latest from Royal Ascot

    Horse racing

    Brilliant Coventry Stakes winner Caravaggio is now rated the 5-1 favourite (from 20-1) by bookmakers for next year's 2000 Guineas after his Royal Ascot triumph,

    You can check out all the Ascot results right here.

    Caravaggio wins at Royal Ascot
  4. Take on Lawro's predictions

    Austria v Hungary (17:00 BST)

    Just to remind you, we have launched a new Euro 2016 Predictor game which allows you to guess the outcome of every match at this summer’s tournament. 

    You can create leagues to play against friends, plus you will also be entered into an overall league with everyone in the game, including Match of the Day pundits and experts from across the BBC.

    It takes less than a minute to sign up. You can play the game here.

    Austria v Hungary (17:00 BST)
  5. Huddersfield Giants academy player dies aged 17

    Rugby League

    More on the sad news on Huddersfield Giants academy player, Ronan Costello, who has died from injuries after an incident during an under-19s match.

    "It is with regret that Huddersfield Giants wish to inform everyone of the passing of 17-year-old academy player Ronan Costello," a statement said.

    "The club have been asked by the family to send their thanks for the messages of support they have received to date and have requested that all well-wishers now allow them to grieve and respect their privacy.

    "The Huddersfield Giants are collating all messages, cards and tweets that they receive to pass to the family at the appropriate time."

    The teenager had never featured for the first team.  

  6. Young rugby league player dies from injuries

    Rugby League

    Huddersfield Giants academy player Ronan Costello has died at the age of 17 after being injured in a game against Salford last weekend. 

    More to follow.

  7. Quick update from Lille...


    Victor Nekhezin

    BBC Russia

    I'm at the fan embassy in Lille - there is a Russian guy who is helping the Russians coming to town. It's not very crowded - most of the Russians are either coming tomorrow, or have decided to skip the Slovakia game altogether and stay in the south of France; the third match for Russia is in Toulouse. There are far more Slovakians here than Russians at the moment.

  8. Coming up: Portugal v Iceland



    • The only previous meetings between these sides came in qualifying for Euro 2012, when Portugal won both matches.
    • Portugal won 3-1 in Reykjavik in October 2010 - with Ronaldo opening the scoring inside three minutes.
    • Nani scored twice as the Portuguese won the reverse fixture 5-3 a year later.
    Coming up: Portugal v Iceland
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  11. American beauty - Tepin wins at Royal Ascot

    Horse Racing

    American mare Tepin won the opening Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot from Belardo for trainer Mark Casse.

    The 11-2 chance, ridden by Julien Leparoux, is the first foreign-trained runner to claim the race.

    Tepin was a game winner on rain-softened ground and held on by half a length from Belardo, with Lightning Spear in third.

    Guineas winners Galileo Gold, Awtaad and The Gurkha run later in the St James's Palace Stakes, at 16:20 BST.

    More from day one of Royal Ascot right here.

    Tepin won the opening Queen Anne Stakes
  12. Chippington named for sixth Games


    Former swimmer turned canoeist Jeanette Chippington has been officially named to compete in her sixth Paralympics for Great Britain.

    The 46-year-old, who has won 12 medals, including two golds, will be hoping to create history as the sport makes its Paralympic debut.

    London Games Maker Anne Dickins is also included alongside 2012 competitors Nick Beighton and Emma Wiggs.

    Debutants Ian Marsden and Rob Oliver complete the GB squad.

    Jeanette Chippington
  13. Coming up: Austria v Hungary



    • Austria defeated Hungary 5-0 in their first official international in 1902.
    • Hungary have played 137 games against Austria (W66, D31, L40).
    • Their only previous encounter at a major tournament was in the 1934 World Cup, when Austria won 2-1 in the quarter finals.
    • When Hungary last reached a major tournament, the 1986 World Cup, they overcame Austria twice in qualifying, winning 3-1 in Budapest and 3-0 in Vienna. Those matches are the last time they met competitively.
    • Hungary won their most recent encounter, 2-1 in a friendly, back in August 2006.
    Austria v Hungary
  14. Arter pens new Cherries deal


    Harry Arter

    Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter has agreed a new three-year contract with the Premier League club.

    The 26-year-old joined the Cherries from non-league Woking in June 2010 and has been part of two promotions. 

    Injury unfortunately ruled him out of selection for the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 squad after he made 21 appearances in the top flight last season.

    Arter follows team-mates Adam Federici, Adam Smith and Steve Cook in signing new deals at Bournemouth.

  15. WOW

    This picture makes me want to eat macaroons... 

  16. Eggs?


    Joe France: Re: 13:55, Podolski actually spoke of scratching 'Eier', the German word for eggs, which is how they refer to their, er 'nuts'.

    Apologies for my wrong food-based euphemism. 

  17. Alcohol ban in Lens for England v Wales

    England v Wales (Thu 16 Jun, 14:00 BST)

    Will you be in Lens? What do you think of this?

  18. Ready for the off

    Royal Ascot

    The first of 30 races at the 2016 Royal Ascot meeting gets under way at 14:30 BST.

    Belardo is among the leading contenders in the opening Queen Anne Stakes.

    You can follow all the latest racing results here.

  19. Gareth Bale on England

    England v Wales (Thu 16 Jun, 14:00 BST)

    Gareth Bale gives a very cheeky answer from when asked. "How many England players would get into this current Welsh team?"

    Watch his response.

  20. Koeman to Everton - Fan reaction


    Andy Williams: Koeman definitely a turncoat with Saints in Europe. It must be about money & and sits very uneasily after only 2 years  

    ClockedToffee: If Koeman wins a trophy with Everton, he'll be the first manager who is not a former toffees player to do so since WW2   

    Any more opinions, you lot? Use #bbcsportsday