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  1. Konta withdraws from Eastbourne through injury
  2. Britain's Watson loses to Wozniacki in semi-finals
  3. BBC to show live cricket from 2020
  4. Barcelona bring back Deulofeu from Everton
  5. Huddersfield boss Wagner signs new two-year deal
  6. Ake joins Bournemouth for club record fee
  7. Latest football transfer gossip

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By Jamie Lillywhite and Libby Dawes

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  1. Good afternoon all....

    That's all from Sportsday today - go and enjoy your Friday evening...

    Whatever you are up to, you can follow all the action with the Under-21's European Championship final - Spain v Germany on the BBC Sport website from 19:30 BST.

    We will be back on Monday for Day One of Wimbledon 2017. Get excited.

  2. Radio 4's Open Country heads to SW19

    BBC Radio 4

    You know we are very high-brow here at Sportsday...

    Yes we are.

    So today, we are listening to Radio 4's Alison Mitchell taking us on a tour around Wimbledon to go behind the scenes of this iconic sporting venue.

    Great to listen to if you have a spare 25 minutes...

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    Video caption: Alison Mitchell meets the people who cultivate the sporting landscape at Wimbledon.
  3. Fourth TdF title my biggest challenge - Froome

    Britain's Chris Froome says winning a fourth Tour de France title is the 'biggest challenge' of his career.

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    Video caption: Chasing 4th Tour de France title 'biggest challenge' of career - Froome
  4. 5 live Sport

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Tonight's 5 live Sport with Jason Mohammad from 19:00 BST looks at football issues with former Everton midfielder Leon Osman and the sports editor of the Independent, Ed Malyon. There is also a comprehensive preview of the second Test between the All Blacks and the Lions in the company of former players from either side, Nick Evans and Martyn Williams.

  5. Lyon look beyond Lacazette?


    The Standard say that Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has confirmed that he has already begun plans to replace striker Alexandre Lacazette, who is wanted by Arsenal.

    Alexandre Lacazette
  6. Murray feeling 'good' after three practice sessions today

    Wimbledon 2017

    Andy Murray

    Britain's Andy Murray said he was feeling "good" after practising three times on Friday as he recovers from a hip injury which saw him pull out of his final Wimbledon warm-up match.

    Murray, 30, pulled out of an exhibition match in London on Friday, three days before he begins his Wimbledon defence.

    BBC Sport's David Ornstein said Murray "grimaced" at times during practice but was "comfortable" in his final session.

    Ivan Lendl, the world number one's coach, said: "Practice has gone well."

  7. Bony on song


    Plenty on offer for you in the BBC World Service's Sportshour, including how the Premier League table isn’t the only the chart Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony will be interested in this season.

    The Ivory Coast international has been discussing the launch of his own record label, which is aimed at helping Afrobeat artists get into the music industry.

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    Video caption: Premier League star Wilfried Bony launches an afrobeats record label
  8. Barcelona activate Deulofeu buy-back clause


    Gerard Deulofeu

    Barcelona have activated the buy-back clause for Gerard Deulofeu.

    The club have released the statement in the past few moments: "In the following days, the terms will be agreed with both Everton and the player. Deulofeu’s contract will run until 30 June 2019".

    More on this soon...

  9. Ogbonna stays with Hammers


    West Ham's Italian defender Angelo Ogbonna signs a new five-year deal.

  10. Broad in Notts squad for Lord's showpiece


    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    The Royal London One-Day Cup final between Nottinghamshire and Surrey takes place at Lord's tomorrow and there will be live commentary on 5 live sports extra, with more coverage details below. England bowler Stuart Broad, hoping to prove his fitness for Thursday's first Test against South Africa following a bruised heel, is included in the Notts squad.

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    If you have are a listener of the Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy's podcast, you will enjoy this news.

    Send your suggestions of sporting discussion topics to them using #fredsavsyed

  12. 'Do or die' for Lions - Farrell

    Rugby union

    It's the second Test in Wellington tomorrow, I do like to see the Haka in full terrifying flow. Which variant of the Haka will it be? I heard a roister doister say the British & Irish Lions should perform a Morris dance in response.

    Anyway, the Lions need to win to retain a chance of a series victory and defence coach Andy Farrell is well aware of the task ahead against the All Blacks.

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    Video caption: Second Test is 'do or die' for Lions - Andy Farrell
  13. Sidebottom hails rights deal


    BBC Radio 5 live

    Ryan Sidebottom

    Former England left-arm seamer Ryan Sidebottom has been giving his reaction to today's news that international cricket will return to the BBC in 2020.

    He told BBC Radio 5 live's Friday Sports Panel: "I'm chuffed to bits. I think it's much needed. After the 2005 Ashes, the intake of children taking up cricket has slowly gone downhill so I think it's amazing for cricket, it's great for the players, it's great for international cricket and the fans.

    "It's great for county cricket that all the players will get to showcase their talents on free to air tv. I know that I grew up watching Test matches and one day games on television and hopefully it'll grow more and more popular with the younger generation watching it on television.”

  14. Watson loses to Wozniacki in Eastbourne semi final


    Sam Smith

    Former British number one

    Heather Watson will feel a little bit disappointed because she turned things around after a passive opening set and was up a break up in the third.

    The plus side is she has lots of confidence, is playing well and can go into Wimbledon with this run of form behind her.

    She looked like a top-20 player in the second set which is where she should probably be rather than 126.

    She can play a very aggressive game in practice but seems to leave it in the locker room because she feels she needs to be careful with her shots rather than hitting them as hard as she can.

  15. Watson's winning streak ends


    Heather Watson

    Earlier today, Heather Watson's fine run at the Aegon International in Eastbourne came to an end when she was beaten 6-2 3-6 7-5 by Caroline Wozniacki in the semi-finals.

    The Briton, ranked 126 after a disappointing year, had her serve broken three three times by the world number six in a nervous first set.

  16. No more play at Eastbourne before 15:30 BST


    Brollies up.

    Go and find an little indoor bar to pass the time....

  17. Back in the swing


    The rigours of pre-season training. Looks like a fairly low-key start at Premier League newcomers Brighton. The Seagulls host Manchester City on the opening day of the season in six weeks.

  18. Liverpool prepared to break club record for Keita


    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    It also remains to be seen whether Keita himself is attracted by a move to the Premier League.

    If Klopp, who returns to the club's Melwood training HQ to start pre-season preparations next week, and Liverpool do make their interest concrete, the fee involved will have to be well in excess of the £34m (39m Euros) paid recently to Roma for Mo Salah recently and over and above the £35m it took to sign Andy Carroll from Newcastle United in January 2011.

    Liverpool's owners Fenway Sports Group are determined to back Klopp in the market after took them back into the Champions League after finishing fourth last season.

  19. Liverpool prepared to break club record for Keita


    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Naby Keita

    Liverpool are willing to pay a club record fee to bring RB Leipzig midfield man Naby Keita to Anfield.

    Leipzig insist the 22-year-old Guinea international will not be sold this summer after they qualified for next season's Champions League.

    Keita has been touted as having a £70m price tag, although he has a £48m release clause in his contract that can be unlocked next summer.

    Liverpool have yet to make a bid for Keita but manager Jurgen Klopp is a huge admirer and the Anfield hierarchy look certain to test Leipzig's determination to keep someone who has been a central figure in their success with a firm offer.