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  2. Build-up to Chelsea v Watford
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By Libby Dawes & Saj Chowdhury

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  1. Farewell!

    That's it from Sportsday today. Join us again at 08:00 BST on Tuesday.

  2. Middlesbrough chairman plans big changes after relegation


    Steve Gibson

    Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson says he plans to make changes in "all aspects" of the club after their relegation from the Premier League.

    Boro's drop from English football's top tier was confirmed with a 3-0 defeat by Chelsea on 8 May.

    Speaking to BBC Tees, Gibson admitted that key decisions made at the top level contributed to their downfall.

    "The fact that we haven't fulfilled our objective tells you we've made mistakes," said Gibson.

  3. Injured Gilruth 'progressing steadily'

    Emily Gilruth

    British rider Emily Gilruth is set to leave intensive care after she was injured in a fall at the Badminton Horse Trials.

    The 40-year-old, who is based near Malpas in Cheshire, fell from her mount Topwood Beau and was airlifted to Bristol's Southmead Hospital.

    British Eventing (BE) said last week she suffered a traumatic brain injury.

    In a further update on Monday, BE said she was about to be moved to the neurological ward.

  4. Just in case you didn't know...

    Chelsea v Watford (20:00 BST)

    It's Chelsea v Watford at 20:00 BST. The party is set to continue...

    You can watch highlights of that match on BBC One at 22:45 BST. 

    Viewers in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales check schedule times here.

  5. On this day...

    Formula 1

    In 2016, Max Verstappen won the Spanish Grand Prix, becoming Formula One's youngest race winner on his debut for Red Bull.

    Max Verstappen
  6. On this day...


    In 1963, Tottenham became the first British winners of a European trophy when they beat Atletico Madrid 5-1 in Rotterdam to take the European Cup Winners' Cup.

    Jimmy Greaves
  7. Happy birthday to...

    Ronald and Frank de Boer (soccer) - twin brothers and former Holland internationals. Both played for Rangers, Barcelona and Ajax, born 1970, are 47.

    Patrice Evra (football) - Juventus and France defender, born 1981, is 36.

    Zara Tindall (equestrian) - daughter of Princess Anne who won a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics for eventing, born 1981, is 36.

    Veronica Campbell-Brown (athletics) - Jamaican two-time Olympic 200 metres champion, born 1982, is 35.

    Andy Murray (tennis) - British number one and two-time grand slam winner, born 1987, is 30.

    Andy Murray
  8. Froome continues training regime

    The British three-time Tour de France champion continues his gruelling training regime only a week after he claimed his bike was "rammed" by a driver in France.false

    No doubt he made it up the hill...

  9. Australia vice-captain has concerns over contract dispute


    David Warner

    Australia's Ashes series against England in November could be in doubt because of a players' contract dispute, says vice-captain David Warner.

    In March, Cricket Australia proposed salary increases for men and women, but this would mean players no longer receive a percentage of CA's revenue.

    The offer was rejected and CA said it would not pay players after 30 June.

    Warner told the Age newspaper: "If it gets to the extreme, they might not have a team for the Ashes."

    A stand-off has developed between CA and the Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA), which represents the players.

    Ex-Australia captain Mark Taylor said the players were "prepared to strike"over the proposals.

  10. Sharapova secures Wimbledon qualifying spot

    Maria Sharapova

    Maria Sharapova has guaranteed herself a spot in the Wimbledon qualifying tournament with a first-round victory against American Christina McHale at the Italian Open.

    The Russian former world number one had been given a wildcard to compete in Rome after returning from a 15-month doping ban.

    The 2004 SW19 champion is currently the world number 211 and will need to be around the top 100 to qualify for the main Wimbledon draw outright. A good run in Italy will help her cause.

  11. Joshua v Klitschko rematch in Cardiff?


    Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko

    A rematch between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko could take place at Cardiff's Principality Stadium in October.

    Joshua knocked out Klitschko to add the WBA world heavyweight title to his IBF crown at Wembley Stadium in April.

    As Wales' rugby team will play at the Principality Stadium for most of November and December, 28 October could be a potential date for the bout.

    "Talks are ongoing over venues," said Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn.

    Read more here...

  12. Feyenoord fans go wild for title winners in Rotterdam

    Feyenoord fans have been gathering in Rotterdam on Monday to celebrate their side's title win on Sunday. Let's just say it's been colourful...

    Feyenoord players celebrate
    Image caption: Ex-Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt (centre and pointing) scored a hat-trick against Heracles Almelo as Feyenoord won 3-1 and lifted their first Eredivisie title since 1999
    Feyenoord fans
    Image caption: What a view for the players as they watched their fans come in their droves to Coolsingel - the main street in Rotterdam
    Feyenoord fans
    Image caption: Flares were lit as Kuyt lifted the Eredivisie dish
    Feyenoord fans
    Image caption: Some also had a shower in the fountain at the Hofplein moments before the ceremony
  13. BreakingMackenzie leaves Sun 'by mutual consent' after Barkley row

    Kelvin Mackenzie

    Kelvin Mackenzie's contract with the Sun newspaper terminated "by mutual consent" after Ross Barkley row, paper says.  

    Follow this story here. 

  14. Get Involved - Your advice for Andy Murray

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    Stephanie Le: Listen to more Kanye... 

    Robin Armstrong: For Andy Murray: 

     20s - Learn rules to navigate world 

    30s - Know limits of those rules. 

     Advice - attack the serve/volley

    Michael Coates: My advice for Murray is, wear sunscreen. If I could offer only one tip for the future, sunscreen would be it.

  15. 'I've got my mojo back' - Djokovic

    Novak Djokovic

    World number two Novak Djokovic said he lost motivation after winning the French Open to complete a career grand slam last year, but believes he has rediscovered his "mojo".

    The Serb, who split with his coaching team earlier this month, reached the semi-finals of the Madrid Open last week - the first time he had reached the last four of a tournament since January.

    "If I could describe my tennis in one word, I feel like I'm in transition," Djokovic said in an interview on the ATP website. 

    "After winning Roland Garros, I didn't know how I was going to feel. I never had that issue after winning a big trophy, of bouncing back and finding new ways to motivate and inspire myself.

    "But last year I found some emptiness for the first time in my life in terms of motivation. I needed a few months to think about things and get that mojo back on the court." 

  16. Southampton news conference

    Southampton v Manchester United (19:45 BST)

    Claude Puel

    Saints manager Claude Puel says he has no injury concerns ahead of their meeting with Manchester United on Wednesday. 

    Speaking in a news conference just now, he says Charlie Austin may be available to play the last two games of the season having been out since December with a shoulder injury. 

    The Saints are currently ninth in the Premier League table and could end the season eighth with two wins. 

    "It's important to continue to finish well in the two last games and to make our fans happy.

    "The important thing for me is that we are focused on our own game. If we do this we can take on any team."   

  17. On this day...


    In 2002, Zinedine Zidane scored one of the finest goals Hampden Park has ever seen, netting with a 20-yard left-foot volley into the top corner to crown Real Madrid European champions for a record ninth time when they beat Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 in the Champions League final.

    Zinedine Zidane
  18. Happy birthday Evra - he feels good...

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    You see Andy Murray, Patrice Evra is proof that life gets better after 30.

    A very happy birthday to the former Manchester United full-back, who turned 36 today.

    BBC Sport app users click on the link to see Evra's bubbly performance.

  19. James is top quality - Pep


    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Colombian forward James Rodriguez has been heavily linked with Manchester United in recent days.

    One of the Spanish-speaking journalists attending today's Manchester City press conference asked Pep Guardiola if the Real Madrid forward could make it in the Premier League.

    Guardiola said: "Yes. Absolutely. There is no doubt about his quality.

    "It would depend on him and his team-mates whether he played well or not but good players can play anywhere."