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By Shamoon Hafez and Matt Davis

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  1. Goodbye

    And in a flash, another edition of Sportsday comes to an end.

    Stay across the BBC Sport website for Southampton v Man Utd (19:45 BST).

    We are back on Thursday for more breaking news and the latest stories.

    Until then.

  2. 'Crazy' timing of Southampton game baffles Mourinho

    Jose Mourinho has had something to say again...

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    Video caption: Mourinho baffled by crazy timing of Southampton game
  3. Juventus chase first part of treble

    Gianluigi Buffon

    Juventus can claim the first title of a possible domestic and European treble when they face Lazio in the Coppa Italia final in Rome on Wednesday.

    Juve need a point from their final two matches to secure a sixth consecutive Serie A title, despite having lost 3-1 to closest rivals Roma on Sunday.

    They play Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Cardiff on 3 June.

    And victory over Lazio, fourth in the league, would secure the Italian Cup for a third successive year.

    You can follow our live text of the match on the BBC Sport website tonight.

  4. Push the Boat Out!

    Get sailing this spring with taster sessions for all the family

    Over 200 sailing venues have already opened their gates to welcome thousands of people for the Royal Yachting Association's annual Push the Boat Out

    The nine-day event from 13-21 May offers free or low cost sailing and windsurfing sessions to people of all ages and abilities.

    "This is a fantastic opportunity to have a go at a new sport," said Rio 2016 gold medallist Saskia Clark.

    You can search for your local session with a special map on the RYA website.

    RYA Push the Boat Out sailing taster sessions
  5. Post update

    Cornelius Lysaght

    BBC horse racing correspondent

    The John Gosden trained filly Shutter Speed booked her place in next month's French Oaks with success under jockey Frankie Dettori in the Tattersalls Musidora Stakes at York. The 4-7 favourite beat Vintage Folly by one and quarter lengths.

    Meanwhile Gosden has expressed doubts about running his Epsom Derby hope Cracksman in tomorrow's Dante Stakes because of the rain-softened going at York.

    Head here to see the full racing results

  6. On this day...


    It appears 17 May has had mixed fortunes for Arsenal fans in the past...

    In 2000 Arsenal were beaten by Galatasaray in a penalty shoot-out in the Uefa Cup final in Copenhagen.

    In 2006 the Gunners were beaten 2-1 by Barcelona in the Champions League final in Paris.

    In 2014 Arsene Wenger's side won their first trophy in nine years by beating Hull 3-2 at Wembley to claim the FA Cup.

    Arsenal celebrate with the FA Cup trophy
  7. Why is Mazzarri leaving?

    Geoff Doyle

    BBC Three Counties Radio sport

    There have been problems rumbling at Watford all season with Mazzarri in charge and it was just a question of when it would come to a head.

    These have included training issues (players undercooked pre-season, overcooked towards the end of the season) causing unrest in the squad and possibly the reason for long-term injuries to five or six current key players.

    His relationship with skipper Troy Deeney has appeared strained for most of the season with the influential captain dropped three times in the past two months.

    There seems to have been unhappiness within the squad with the tactics, formations and philosophy of the 'old school' boss. It certainly appeared Mazzarri had 'lost' the dressing room weeks ago.

    His lack of English has irritated the club, fans, media and players with instructions on the training ground and in games via interpreters.

    When the bad run came, Mazzarri had little or no support anywhere around the club. The inevitable has occurred.

  8. Alonso happy with Indy 500 preparations

    Andrew Benson

    Chief F1 writer

    Fernando Alonso

    Fernando Alonso is confident he will be in good shape for qualifying and the race at the Indianapolis 500 after the second day of practice.

    Spain's two-time Formula 1 champion spent Tuesday's test learning about his car's behaviour in traffic on the 220mph+ superspeedway.

    "We keep experimenting on set-up and on running in traffic," Alonso said.

    "We didn't put everything together - it's not time to. But I think we will arrive OK to qualifying and the race."

    The 35-year-old McLaren driver, who is missing the Monaco Grand Prix to compete at Indy on 28 May, completed 117 laps on Tuesday and was 24th fastest out of 33 runners with an average speed of 221.029mph.

  9. Send off 'will stay with me forever' - Zabaleta

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    Video caption: Send off 'will stay with me forever' - Zabaleta

    Departing defender Pablo Zabaleta says the send off given to him by the Manchester City fans after the club's 3-1 Premier League win over west Brom "will stay with me forever".

  10. Get Involved - Round round



    Ian Archer: Watford have had more managers than The Sugababes have had band members.

    Nicely summed up Ian.

    I'm pretty sure the whole original line-up has changed.

  11. 'I have followed my heart'

    Dirk Kuyt,

    Dirk Kuyt, who scored a hat-trick as Feyenoord won their first Dutch title since 1999, will remain at the Dutch club in an off the field role and will focus on gaining a position within Feyenoord’s technical management team.

    "Throughout my career I have always followed my heart when taking decisions and that goes for this one too," said Kuyt.

    "To me this feels like the right time to retire. I have had two fantastic years here since returning to Feyenoord, with this season’s title as the absolute pinnacle.

    "I had the dream of winning trophies and becoming a champion with Feyenoord. All my dreams have come true."

  12. Kuyt retires

    Dirk Kuyt

    What a way to go out.

    Dirk Kuyt has announced his retirement from football, just days after winning the Eredivisie with Feyenoord.

    The 36-year-old, who won 104 caps for the Netherlands, also played for Liverpool, Fenerbahce and Utrecht in a 19-year career.

  13. Konta among strong Eastbourne line-up

    Jo Konta

    British number one Johanna Konta is among seven of the world's top 10 players set to compete at the Aegon International in Eastbourne.

    Former winners Dominika Cibulkova, Caroline Wozniacki, Agnieszka Radwanska and Svetlana Kuznetsova will join Konta, 26, at the tournament - which runs from 23 June to 1 July.

    French Open champion Garbine Muguruza and Karolina Pliskova will also play.

    Britain's Kyle Edmund, Aljaz Bedene and Dan Evans take part in the men's event.

  14. Uefa to return to on pitch trophy presentations

    Uefa has decided that trophies at club and international level will be presented to the winning captains on the pitch from this year.

    "The pitch is the players' stage and it is only fitting that their achievements are celebrated there," Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin said.

    "It also makes sense that the officials should come down from the stands to the players - to their arena - and pay tribute to them in presenting the trophy and medals on the playing surface."

  15. Germany announce Confederations Cup squad

    Emre Can, Shkodran Mustafi and Leroy Sane the Premier League based player in Germany's Confederations Cup squad.

    The World Champions will play at the tournament held in Russia, from 17 June to 2 July 2017, as a prelude to next year's World Cup.

    Germany are joined in the tournament by hosts Russia, Australia, Chile, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal and Cameroon.

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  16. North Korea v Malaysia postponed

    Malaysia's 2019 Asian Cup qualifying match against North Korea, scheduled for Pyongyang on 8 June, has been postponed.

    Diplomatic relations between the countries soured following a diplomatic row over the murder of the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un's half-brother in Malaysia in February.

    "The game will now be re-scheduled for the next best available FIFA matchday which is Thursday, October 5, 2017," the Asian Football Confederation said in a statement.

  17. Leeds offer Taylor new contract

    Charlie Taylor

    Championship club Leeds United have offered Charlie Taylor a new two-year deal, despite the left-back's likely move away from Elland Road.

    The 23-year-old is out of contract but, amid interest from West Brom, Leeds' contract offer means a transfer fee can be awarded at tribunal.