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By Neil Johnston and Alan Jewell

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  1. 'Good pedigree'

    Football

    More from Tony Pulis on West Brom's new Egypt defender Ahmed Hegazi.

    "We're pleased he's here, he's a good addition. He's got good pedigree and has played for some good clubs. Hopefully he'll be a good signing for us."

    Albion chairman John Williams adds: "He caught our eye at the African championships and we've been tracking him ever since."

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  2. West Brom sign Hegazi

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    Ahmed Hegazi

    West Bromwich Albion announce the signing of 26-year-old Egypt international defender Ahmed Hegazi on a season-long loan from Egyptian side Al Ahly.

    "With it being a loan and, if he does well, we've already agreed a final deal. It's really, really good for us," said Baggies boss Tony Pulis.

  3. Keeper appointed Swans scout

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    Gerhard Tremmel has joined Swansea City's staff as a scout after the goalkeeper's playing contract was not renewed in the summer.

    The 38-year-old will be based in his native Germany as the Premier League club's European recruitment assistant.

    "After my great spell at Swansea ended, I have decided to retire as a player," Tremmel told the club website.

    "But I always had in mind to do something in football when I finished playing."

    Read more by clicking here.

  4. England thrashed by South Africa

    England v South Africa, second Test

    Er, it's all over. Last man James Anderson was snared first ball by Duanne Olivier as England were bowled out for 133 and walloped by 340 runs.

    Presumably Olivier is now on a hat-trick when the third Test takes place at The Oval, starting on 27 July.

    The four-match series is now level at 1-1.

    Follow the post-match recriminations here.

  5. The end is nigh

    England v South Africa, second Test

    Defeat is approaching fast for England in the second Test against South Africa at Trent Bridge.

    Mark Wood has just fallen first ball as the hosts have collapsed to 133-9, chasing 474 to win.

    You can watch how Ben Stokes fell above (UK only) while you can also follow the final moments of the match with our live text coverage here.

    Don't hang around though.

  6. Get Involved - your sporting records

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    Michael Watts: Got off the plane from Kavos at 4am. Seconds were short for a home game. Turned up drunk. Batted seven. Hit 56* with eight fours and three sixes.

    Matt Kane: Most own goals for Hucknall Rolls Royce Leisure U14s in 96/97. One was an absolute belter.

    Tweet #bbcsportsday, text 81111 or head to the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  7. Valverde plays down new signings

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    New Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde says he does not care about adding to his squad as the best signings are already at the club.

    "I'm more than happy with the way things stand," said Valverde ahead of the club's pre-season trip to the United States on Wednesday.

    "Happy with the players, happy with their work and their attitude. I really don't care about any player anywhere else."

  8. Leicester 'offer Sigurdsson more money than Everton'

    Latest gossip

    Leicester are offering Gylfi Sigurdsson more money than Everton in an effort to persuade the midfielder to snub the Toffees, reports the Daily Mail.

    They say the Foxes have offered the Iceland midfielder a deal worth £125,000 per week.

    Swansea want a £50m transfer fee for the 27-year-old, who asked not to travel to the USA for the club's pre-season tour.

    Gylfi Sigurdsson
  9. Fleetwood 'doesn't feel extra pressure'

    Open Championship

    Back to the golf, and Tommy Fleetwood says he won't feel any extra pressure competing in front of a home crowd at Royal Birkdale.

    "I'll have the most support I've ever had in my life," the world number 14 says.

    "I don't feel extra pressure from it. It will be a different experience, for sure.

    "It will be great to have so many people rooting for me, it doesn't happen very often."

    Tommy Fleetwood
  10. Froome getting stronger

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    Chris Froome expects to be on his best form in the final week of the Tour de France as he fights to hold on to the yellow jersey in the closest battle this race has ever seen.

    Just 29 seconds cover the top four as Team Sky's Froome leads by 18 seconds from Italian national champion Fabio Aru, with Frenchman Romain Bardet a further five seconds back in third and former Sky rider Rigoberto Uran of Colombia looking ominous in fourth.

    "I really do feel as if I'm coming up and the last few days have been evidence of that," said the three-time Tour winner. "I had a bad day in the Pyrenees about a week ago but hopefully I'm on track to be at my best in the last week."

    Today is a rest day in the Tour.

  11. Watch - Facebook live with Open champion Stenson

    Open Championship

    BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter is interviewing Open champion Henrik Stenson now on Radio 5 live's Facebook live page. Have a watch below...

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  12. More medals for GB?

    World Para-athletics Championships

    Chris Osborne

    BBC Sport at London Stadium

    One gold this morning for Britain courtesy of Olivia Breen in the T38 long jump. And there is certain to be more tonight.

    Hannah Cockroft is unbeaten in major races and will expect to win gold in the T34 800m (19:50 BST).

    Richard Whitehead, at the age of 40, goes in the T42 100m final (20:00 BST), looking to upgrade his silver from Rio.

    New world record holder Sophie Kamlish is in the T44 100' final (20:20 BST) and Isaac Towers is a medal hope in the T34 400m (21:47 BST).

    There's coverage on 5 live and updates on the BBC Sport website.

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  13. Fleetwood predicting Everton to be Premier League champions

    Open Championship

    Never mind potentially winning The Open on his home course at Royal Birkdale, Southport's Tommy Fleetwood is bullish about the prospects for his favouite football team, Everton...

  14. Fleetwood the home favourite at Birkdale

    Open Championship

    Local lad Tommy Fleetwood is the first player to face the media at Royal Birkdale today to preview the Open Championship, which begins on Thursday.

    Fleetwood has won twice this year and finished fourth at the US Open last month.

  15. Bardet wants more 'respect' for Froome

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    French rider Romain Bardet wants his country's fans to show Tour de France rival Chris Froome more respect.

    Bardet received passionate support on Sunday when the 15th stage passed through his local Auvergne region.

    However, British race leader Froome suffered some jeers and insults.

    "I heard that Froome was abused at times," said Bardet. "I'm really sorry, he's a champion who should be respected, who I respect as a rival and who doesn't deserve that treatment."

    Read more by clicking here.

  16. O'Meara to hit first shot

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    Former champion Mark O'Meara will hit the first shot of the 146th Open Championship at Royal Birkdale on Thursday.

    O'Meara, who won the second major of his career when the Open was staged at Birkdale in 1998, will tee off at 6:35 BST alongside fellow American Ryan Moore and England's Chris Wood.

    Wood finished fifth at Birkdale in 2008 and won the silver medal as leading amateur, before missing out on the play-off between Tom Watson and Stewart Cink by a single shot the following year at Turnberry.

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    Andrew Neill: The question on everyone's lips is not who Rory's paired with the first two days but if he'll be paired with anyone after that

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  18. Bad to worse for England

    England v South Africa, second Test

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    It's going from bad to worse for England against South Africa at Trent Bridge.

    Jonny Bairstow has just lost his wicket and England are now 84-5, and require another 390 to win.

    You can follow our live text commentary here.

  19. Chelsea striker joins Barnsley

    Chelsea's 18-year-old striker Ike Ugbo has joined Championship club Barnsley on a season-long loan.

    Ugbo scored 23 goals in 35 matches for Chelsea's Under-23 and Under-18 teams last season.

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  20. Stenson to partner Spieth

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    Defending champion Henrik Stenson will partner former world number one Jordan Spieth in the first round of The Open at Royal Birkdale on Thursday.

    Another eye-catching pairing features current world number one Dustin Johnson playing alongside Rory McIlroy, the 2014 Open champion.