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  1. England U21 V Germany U21 (17:00 BST)
  2. Updates from Wimbledon qualifying
  3. Murray withdraws from exhibition match at Hurlingham Club
  4. Rain delay at Eastbourne
  5. Latest transfer news and gossip
  6. Lions v Hurricanes updates
  7. Your dream sporting holiday companions: #bbcsportsday

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By Matt Davis and Libby Dawes

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

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    Video caption: 'Right on cue' the England team bus interrupts Terry Butcher's match preview

    We're finished here on Sportsday, but you can follow a live text of England Under-21's semi-final on the BBC Sport website.

    Remember you can also listen to the game from 16:50 BST from that page. There will also be regular updates on 5 live.

    Cheers for joining us today. Same again tomorrow?

    Hopefully we will have some actual tennis...

  2. Team news

    England U-21 v Germany U-21 (17:00 BST)

    Just over an hour to go until England play Germany in the semi-final of the European Under-21 Championship.

    This is how the Young Lions will line-up at the Stadion Miejski.

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    5 live's Ian Dennis is taking your questions now on Facebook...

  3. Lambert 'may struggle to get game time'

    Rickie Lambert'

    Bad news for "Saints legend" - in the words of the Southern Daily Echo - Rickie Lambert...

    The former England striker's future at Cardiff City could be in doubt after Bluebirds manager Neil Warnock said the 35-year-old may struggle for game time.

  4. A popular target...

    Virgil van Dijk

    The Evening Standard say Chelsea have switched their focus to Southampton and Netherlands defender Virgil van Dijk after Juventus closed the door on a move for 30-year-old Italy centre-back Leonardo Bonucci.

  5. Get Involved - Your dream sporting holiday companion

    #bbcsportsday or text 81111

    Adam Rust: I feel like Marcus Bent would be quite the travel companion. 16 clubs in 17 years promises a lot for a road trip.

    George Mitchell: Adebayo Akinfenwa, he can teach me how to bench-press 200kg at Venice Beach.

    Adebayo Akinfenwa playing for Wycombe Wanderers
  6. Fancy shooting some hoops here...


    This stunning basketball court is nestled between buildings in an otherwise regular suburb of Paris.

    Fashion brand Pigalle worked with design agency Ill Studio and Nike to create the dazzling sight at Rue Duperre in the French capital.

    "We're ready. LeBron James mind. This is it. Force," posted the label's Stephane Ashpool, a big basketball fan.

    The site was already pretty famous for its bright primary colours but we think this revamp is next level.

    Isn't it beautifuullll?!?!

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  7. Henderson and Lawes give Gatland 'food for thought'

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    Video caption: Henderson and Lawes have given me 'food for thought' - Gatland

    Warren Gatland says Iain Henderson and Courtney Lawes' performances have given him 'food for thought' before the second Test against the All Blacks.

  8. Get Involved - Your dream sporting holiday companion

    #bbcsportsday or text to 81111

    James Gunnell: I'd like to go to France with Andy Carroll. We'd have to fly though, not sure he offers much in the Channel

    Andy Carroll


  9. Wimbledon qualifying - play delayed

    Broady v Willis

    It looks like Liam Broady has better ideas now his match against Marcus Willis is delayed.

    The British duo were scheduled to play their Wimbledon qualifier around 15:00 but rain has suspended play for the majority of the day. The latest is "no play before 16:00 BST.

    Liam Broady on Twitter
  10. Humid in Tychy

    England U-21 v Germany U-21 (17:00 BST)

    Ian Dennis

    Senior football reporter in Poland for 5 live Sport


    It's overcast and humid in Tychy at the Stadion Miejski.

    England players are en route from Krakow while Germany travelled this morning and stopped off in Katowice.

    Remember you can listen to the game from 16:50 BST and follow a live text commentary from 16:00 BST, all on the BBC Sport website.

    There will also be regular updates on 5 live.

  11. Fun fact about Crystal Palace's new manager...

    Frank de Boer is a twin.

    Older brother Ronald has tweeted a photo of young Frank in his Barcelona days - we think somewhere in this message, he is wishing him luck but that's sibling banter for you.

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  12. Looks horrible, Paul...

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    Another picture of footballers on their holidays...

    Not jealous. Not jealous at all.

    We have been asking you which sports star you would want to "vacay" with and where you would go... The more imaginative, the better.

    Use #bbcsportsday or text to 81111

  13. Jen Beattie misses Euro 2017 through injury


    Jennifer Beattie

    Experienced defender Jen Beattie has been ruled out of the Scotland squad for next month's Women's Euro 2017.

    The 26-year-old Manchester City player is missing from head coach Anna Signeul's selections after picking up an ankle injury.

    Signeul has named 22 players, allowing for one more space as Arsenal's Emma Mitchell aims to prove her fitness.

    Scotland, featuring at their first major finals, open their group campaign against England on 19 July.

  14. Women's World Cup update

    England have scored a massive 377-7 in their World Cup match against Pakistan in Leicester.

    Nat Sciver (137 off 92) and skipper Heather Knight (106 off 109) were the heroes as England posted their highest ever World Cup score.

    You can watch the best of the action over here. Here's a little taster for you...

  15. Carlisle snap up Brentford keeper

    Jack Bonham

    Brentford goalkeeper Jack Bonham has signed a one-year contract extension with the Championship club and then joined League Two Carlisle on loan until January.

    The 23-year-old's new deal means he is now under contract at Griffin Park until 2019.

  16. Get Involved - Your dream sporting holiday companion

    #bbcsportsday or text 81111

    Matthew Birch: I'd go on a road trip with Peter Odemwingie. Who knows where we would end up?

    Peter Odemwingie playing for Hull City
  17. Tennis update...

    Sad times people.

    Due to the glorious British summer*, there will be no play at Roehampton, for Wimbledon qualifying, before 14:30 and at Eastbourne before 15:00 BST.

    *Maybe sarcasm...

  18. Yarnold criticises omission of Russians from anti-doping checks

    Lizzy Yarnold

    Britain's Lizzy Yarnold has criticised the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) for failing to include any Russian skeleton athletes on the anti-doping checklist.

    The IBSF has named 35 sliders in its registered testing pool who must commit to regular anti-doping checks during the Winter Olympic season.

    Yarnold, 28, is one of three Britons in the 11 athletes selected from skeleton.

    "I don't understand why there are three GB athletes and no Russians," she said.

    "The system is crucial in our fight against doping and I think the IBSF should expand the testing pool."

  19. Post update

    With the Winter Olympics just over six months away, we will be keeping an eye on the British athletes potentially travelling to Pyeongchang.

    One of which is the Olympic skeleton Champion from Sochi 2014. As an advocate for anti-doping, Lizzy Yarnold has been criticising her governing body...

  20. Everton close to signing Nigeria striker


    Everton close to signing Nigeria striker

    Everton are close to signing highly rated Nigeria striker Henry Onyekuru in a £7m deal from KAS Eupen.

    Onyekuru, 20, scored 22 goals for the Belgian top-flight club last season and has been linked with Arsenal, West Ham United and clubs throughout Europe.

    However, the player is understood to have had a medical with Everton on Monday.

    Onyekuru is expected to be loaned to Anderlecht for the next 12 months to continue his development in Belgium.

    He is regarded by Everton director of football Steve Walsh and manager Ronald Koeman as one for the future.