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Sportsday has come to an end for the day. But wipe those tears away.
Our live text build-up of Wales v Belgium is beginning here right now. It will also have radio coverage from 19:00 BST, and BBC One from 19:30 BST.
Eden doesn't think he's very special...
The Euro 2016 quarter-final is live on across BBC TV, online and radio - the match kicks off at 20:00 BST.
Nigel Walkden: It's double Coronation Street plus Emmerdale. No Wales for me.
Come on now, Nigel. Gardeners' World is on BBC 2...
Elwyn Evans: Promised to help a friend move house tonight, so I'll be cheering on Cymru on iPlayer about four hours late...
Thomas Wilford: Currently sat at Victoria coach station waiting to go to Lille. Bus delayed by 90 minutes already...
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The Euro 2016 carnival is still in full swing on the streets of Lille, with thousands of Wales fans chanting "don't take me home".
Wales' players have dubbed their supporters the 'Red Wall' in tribute to the 'Yellow Wall' Borussia Dortmund's fans form at their enormous Westfalenstadion home.
“I’d love to have been a fan at this tournament watching a Wales team,” says left-back Neil Taylor. “I hope that when I retire in many years to come that I get to come back and watch people play for Wales at a major tournament.”
Manchester City are set to sign 19-year-old Ufa forward Oleksandr Zinchenko.
Zinchenko was part of Ukraine's Euro 2016 squad, starting the group game against Poland in addition to two substitute appearances.
It is anticipated the deal will be done over the weekend.
Zinchenko will become City boss Pep Guardiola’s third signing following the arrivals of Ilkay Gundogan from Borussia Dortmund and Nolito from Celta Vigo.Copyright: Getty Images
Myles: Hopefully watching the game in Santorini later, there have been power cuts two nights in a row though.
Michael Kent: Watching from my home in Austria with Schnitzel, wurst, Stein of beer and bum slapping in lederhosen if they win. Prost.
Patrick Dineen: Got to work at 05:30 so I can leave early to watch the Wales game at home in Katy, Texas.
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Newcastle's latest signing, Dwight Gayle, has left a farewell message to Crystal Palace supporters on social media.
He said: "I want to thank the fans who've been amazing with me from the very start.
"My journey at the club wouldn't have been half as enjoyable had it not been for your constant faith and support."
Ryan Waters: Will have it on my phone with headphones in because the wife has booked us tickets to take my daughter to see Billy Elliot.
Irreconcilable differences, Ryan?
Former internationals Dean Saunders and John Hartson explain how Wales can beat a star-studded Belgium side.
Grundy: I supported Wales through this tournament, but since they celebrated England's loss I want Belgium to score 20 tonight.
Read the full preview of Wales' Euro 2016 quarter-final match against Belgium.
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After an impressive Euro 2016 for Poland, Everton manager Ronald Koeman has targeted Rennes winger Kamil Grosicki,according to The Liverpool Echo.
With Poland knocked out of the competition last night, does that pave the way for the Blues to make their move?