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Matt Davis

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  1. Post update

    That's your lot for Sportsday.

    The focus now shifts to the first Euro 2016 game of the day as Russia face Slovakia, which is live on BBC One, 5 live and the BBC Sport website.

  2. Answers

    A Question of Sport Teaser

    Tom Lewsley: The 3 Goal Scorers were Payet, Pique and Pelle.

    You're right!

  3. Coming up

    Euro 2016

    Olivier Giroud of France

    Group A

    Romania Switzerland, 17:00 BST

    BBC Radio 5 live sport extra coverage from 16:45 BST and on the BBC Sport website.

    France Albania, 20:00 BST 

    BBC Radio 5 live with build up from 19:00 BST and on the BBC Sport website.

    Group B

    Russia v Slovakia, 14:00 BST 

    Radio 5 live coverage from 13:00 BST and BBC One from 13:45 BST and on the BBC Sport website.

  4. Liverpool-Burnley switch?

    Premier League fixtures

  5. Brighter at Royal Ascot

    Horse Racing

    The signs are day two will be an awful lot drier than the opening day of Royal Ascot.

    While the ground conditions officially remain Soft, sunny spells are expected at the Berkshire track.

    Wednesday's action starts with the Jersey Stakes at 14:30 BST, and you can follow commentaries on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

    Meanwhile, there is build-up to the action from our friends at BBC Berkshire here.

    Racegoers arrive at Ascot
  6. Bale limbers up

    Euro 2016

    Here is Gareth Bale scoring a slow mo goal in training ahead of the Battle of Britain tomorrow.

  7. Kickboxing champ protects Slovakian team

    Euro 2016

    BBC Monitoring

    The head of security for the Slovakian national team, Peter Hiznay, is on “non-stop alert” to keep the Slovakian entourage safe during the tournament, according to Slovak tabloid Novy Cas.

    Former Slovak kickboxing champion Hiznay says each member of his security team is “dedicated to martial arts” and has insisted that every player records when they leave the team hotel and says where they are going. 

    Hiznay isn’t distracted by events on the pitch however: “You will not believe it but I’m not interested in football,” he says. “In my life I’ve seen eight games. My job is to remain in the bowels of the stadium and to be on alert if something occurs.”    

  8. Zlatan in Rio?


    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    zlatan ibrahimovic

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been named in Sweden’s provisional 35-man Olympic squad.

    Ibrahimovic, 34, is currently on Euro 2016 duty and has said he won’t make a decision on his participation until after that competition is over.

    Coach Håkan Ericson is not confident Ibrahimovic will be present in Rio.

    "He has said he wants to wait for make his decision until after the European Championships,” he said. There is a little gap and I want to keep it open because it would be fantastic, although my hopes are not huge.”

    It is widely expected Ibrahimovic will join Manchester United once the European Championships are over.

    Sweden have been drawn against Colombia, Nigeria and Japan at the Olympics. They will select their final 18-man squad next month and play Colombia in their first game on 4 August.

    United play Leicester in the Community Shield at Wembley on 7 August and open their Premier League campaign at Bournemouth on 13 August.

  9. Post update

    Answers later.

  10. Kyrios and Raonic to resume

    Aegon Championships at Queen's

    Nick Kyrgios and Milos Raonic continue their battle at Queen's today after their match was suspended on Wednesday night for poor light at one set all.

    Order of play

    Centre Court

    Kyle Edmund (GB) v Gilles Simon (Fra)

    Nick Kyrgios (Aus) v Milos Raonic (Can)

    John Isner (US) v Juan Martin Del Potro (Arg) 

    Janko Tipsarevic (Ser) v Marin Cilic (Cro) 

    Court One]

    Dan Evans (GB) v Paul-Henri Mathieu (Fra)

    Steve Johnson (US) v Adrian Mannarino (Fra)  

    Coverage starts on BBC Two at 13:00 BST and online from 12:00 BST.

    Nick Kyrgios
  11. On this day...


    David Ginola

    2000: Tottenham agreed to sell French star David Ginola to Aston Villa for £3m. 

    The transfer came just a year after Ginola was named PFA and WFA Footballer of the Year. Spurs supporters accused the manager George Graham of trying to purge the club of flair players.

  12. Post update

    You had one job!

  13. Goals of the tournament

    Euro 2016

    Dimitri Payet's wonder strike on the first day, Luka Modric's volley and Gareth Bale's free-kick are all contenders.

  14. Team of the tournament so far?

    Euro 2016

  15. On this day...


    Paul Gascoigne

    1996: England went top of their Euro 96 group after beating Scotland 2-0 at Wembley. Paul Gascoigne scored a spectacular clinching goal after Alan Shearer had put England ahead and David Seaman had saved a penalty from Scotland captain Gary McAllister.

  16. Get Involved


    Martin Walsh: A tough start for Arsenal and with a north London derby on the 5th of November, there will be fireworks! I'll get my coat... 

  17. Wimbledon wildcards


    Russell Fuller

    BBC tennis correspondent

    Laura Robson and 17-year-old Katie Swan have both been awarded wildcards for Wimbledon.

    There is also a place in the main draw for Tara Moore, who reached the quarter-finals of last week's grass court event in Nottingham as a qualifier.

    James Ward, Alex Ward and Liam Broady are the British men to have been awarded wildcards by the All England Club.

    laura robson
  18. Post update

    New Rangers player Joey Barton got a bit confused this morning.

    The SPFL fixtures are announced at 10:00 BST on Friday.

  19. Rio's predictions

    Premier League fixtures

    Manchester United play Liverpool and Chelsea in October and Arsenal and Tottenham in May.

  20. Birthdays today...

    Michael Laudrup

    Michael Laudrup - former Swansea manager and top midfielder with Denmark, Barcelona and Real Madrid, is 52.

    Cedric Pioline - frenchman who reached the 1997 Wimbledon final, is 47

    Justin Leonard - American golfer and winner of the Open at Troon in 1997, is 44

    Abdur Razzak - Bangladesh cricketer, is 34

    Katie Chapman - Chelsea Ladies football captain and England international, is also 34.