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Summary

  1. Tottenham must beat Chelsea to stop Leicester winning title (20:00 BST)
  2. Burnley can win promotion to Premier League v QPR (16:45 BST)
  3. Selby v Ding in Snooker World Championship final (14:00 BST)
  4. Watch: Match of the Day Chelsea v Tottenham highlights 22:55 BST (23:25 in Northern Ireland)
  5. Get involved at #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By James Gheerbrant and Alex Bysouth

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    And on that statistical bombshell, I leave you. But there's plenty of live sport to keep you entertained.

    You can follow live text of Burnley v QPR right now here. It's currently 0-0 - if Burnley win they're up.

    And later tonight we'll have live text commentary of Chelsea v Tottenham, and the concluding session of the snooker World Championship final between Mark Selby and Ding Junhui. It could be a night of unprecedented glory for Leicester.

    See you tomorrow at 08:00 BST. Until then, goodbye.

  2. No time like the present...

    Chelsea v Tottenham (20:00 BST)

    Spurs stat graphic
  3. 'The important thing is to build the project'

    Chelsea v Tottenham (20:00 BST)

    Mauricio Pochettino

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "We can feel a little bit disappointed because the gap behind Leicester is big, but realistically we have a very good, young squad.

    "If it is not possible to win the title this season, we need to try next season. The potential of the club and the squad we have is massive, and the important thing is to build the project and philosophy and to settle the basis.

    "The basis is now very solid and only the future can be brilliant."

  4. Selby restores three-frame advantage

    World Championship final

    It's looking good for Leicester's Mark Selby in the World Championship final. He leads Ding Junhui 14-11 after a closely fought afternoon session.

    Selby pinched the last frame to leave himself just four frames from victory heading into the evening session.

    Play resumes at 19:00 BST - we will have live TV and text coverage.

  5. 'Spurs are clinging on'

    Chelsea v Tottenham (20:00 BST)

    John Murray

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    "So it appears that all of us who predicted in August that Chelsea would have the final say in the destination of this season's Premier League title may, after all, be proved correct!

    "Tottenham are now clinging on. Leicester are almost over the line. And Chelsea have made no attempt to hide the fact they would take pleasure in denying their London rivals, while at the same time making it possible for their former manager Claudio Ranieri to enjoy his finest hour."

  6. Burnley's promotion party on hold

    Burnley 0-0 QPR

    The champagne remains very much on ice at Turf Moor. It's 0-0 at the break after what one might kindly describe as an attritional first half between Burnley and QPR.

    Remember, a win will take Sean Dyche's side back to the Premier League.

    You can follow the action in our live text here.

  7. 'It will be very tough for Spurs'

    Chelsea v Tottenham (20:00 BST)

    Alan Shearer

    Ex-England captain and Match of the Day pundit

    "The point that Leicester earned at Old Trafford means Tottenham now have to win all three of their remaining games to finish champions, starting at Stamford Bridge on Monday.

    "Chelsea have nothing to play for in terms of league position but, as some of their players have already said, they do not want Spurs to go there and win, and would love it if their London rivals miss out on the title.

    "So it will be a very tough game for Mauricio Pochettino's side. Leicester have done their bit, now it is over to Tottenham and we will find out if they can respond."

    Read more from Alanhere.

  8. Strootman makes first start in 463 days

    Football

    Kevin Strootman

    Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman is finally hoping to put his injury nightmare behind him when he makes his first start in 463 days against Genoa in Serie A this evening.

    The Netherlands international hasn't been in starting XI since a 1-1 draw with Fiorentina on 25 January last year.

    Strootman has suffered a series of knee ligament problems over the last two years, requiring three operations.

  9. Alli out and Dier doubtful for Spurs

    Chelsea v Tottenham (20:00 BST)

    Chelsea defenders John Terry and Gary Cahill are expected to be available to face Tottenham on Monday.

    Terry has missed 10 of the past 12 matches with hamstring and Achilles problems, while illness ruled Cahill out of last week's win at Bournemouth.

    Spurs midfielder Eric Dier is a doubt after suffering concussion against West Brom last week.

    Dele Alli begins a three-match ban for violent conduct. It will be the first league game he's missed since November's goalless draw with Chelsea.

  10. Post update

    With 50 minutes to go in today's Sportsday, we're going to start turning our attention to tonight's crucial Premier League match between Chelsea and Tottenham...

  11. Man City women thump Belles

    Football

    Manchester City women have opened up a six-point lead at the top of the Women's Super League One with a 6-0 thrashing of Doncaster Belles.

    The hosts led 5-0 at the break as Lucy Bronze, Jill Scott, Jane Ross, Jen Beattie and Kosovare Asllani scored. England striker Toni Duggan added a sixth from close range late on.

    Nick Cushing's side have won each of their first five league games of 2016 without conceding. He could teach Manuel Pellegrini a thing or two.

    Jill Scott unleashes a shot
  12. Porzingis to miss Olympics

    Basketball

    Kristaps Porzingis

    NBA star Kristaps Porzingis is taking the summer off. Sorry, Latvia.

    The New York Knicks power forward missed the final seven games of his rookie season with a shoulder strain.

    Knicks coach Kurt Rambis had previously said he'd prefer that Porzingis didn't represent his national side at the Rio Olympics.

  13. Clarets 90 minutes from Premier League

    Burnley 0-0 QPR

    They've kicked off at Turf Moor. Remember, a win will take Burnley back to the Premier League.

    You can follow our live text here.

  14. Hulk scores two as Zenit win Russian Cup

    Football

    Hulk celebrates a goal

    Good news, Zenit St Petersburg fans! Your boys have won the Russian Cup.

    Brazilian striker Hulk netted two from the spot and Alexander Kokorin and Artur Yusupov scored a goal apiece as Andre Villas-Boas' side beat CSKA Moscow 4-1.

  15. Selby preserves slender lead

    World Championship final

    Over at the Crucible, it's still advantage Mark Selby in snooker's World Championship final.

    China's Ding Junhui had a golden opportunity to draw level for the first time at 11-11, but it was Selby who won the frame to move 12-10 ahead.

    Leicester native is hoping to complete a memorable sporting double for the city, with Leicester City potentially able to clinch the Premier League title this evening.

    You can follow our snooker live text here.

  16. Shehzad and Akmal dropped over disciplinary issues

    Cricket

    Umar Akmal

    Batsmen Ahmed Shehzad and Umar Akmal (pictured) will play no part in Pakistan's tour of England after they were dropped from the squad for disciplinary reasons.

    Chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq, who named 35 players in the provisional party, said: "We have to be strict on discipline and for that we have to take some serious steps."

    Fast bowler Mohammad Amir, who was banned for five years for spot-fixing on Pakistan's 2010 tour of England, is among those in the squad.

  17. Seagulls nab late leveller

    Brighton 1-1 Derby

    Scenes at the Amex! Brighton have one last corner in the 94th minute, keeper David Stockdale is up there making a nuisance of himself, the ball drops to James Wilson and he fires it into the net.

    It means the Seagulls rise to second in the Championship table and can go up if they beat Middlesbrough on the final day. Burnley will go up with a win against QPR - that one kicks off in 15 minutes.

    Earlier, Brighton had Lewis Dunk sent off - he'll miss the game against Boro, and potentially the first match in the play-offs.

  18. Fifa told to consider Gibraltar

    Football

    Recognised by Uefa since 2013, Gibraltar are yet to get the nod from world football's governing body that they can compete for a place at the 2018 World Cup.

    However, the Court of Arbitration for Sport has today ordered Fifa to consider Gibraltar's application for membership.

    The part-timers finished bottom of Group D in Euro 2016 qualifying without collecting a single point. The draw for 2018 World Cup qualifying has already been made, but the verdict raises the possibility that Uefa could be forced to add Gibraltar to one of its groups.

    Gibraltar
    Image caption: Gibraltar lost 6-0 to Scotland in Euro 2016 qualifying
  19. The teams are in...

    Burnley v QPR (16:45 BST)

    Just the one change for promotion-hunting Burnley - David Jones replaces Dean Marney. Four changes for QPR, including a start for Michael Petrasso.

  20. Derby take the lead

    Brighton 0-1 Derby

    Is that the goal that takes Burnley a step closer to the Premier League?

    Third-placed Brighton trail Derby 1-0 in the Championship - Andreas Weimann has just scored with almost his first touch as a sub.

    If Brighton don't win, Burnley can go up tonight if they beat QPR. Speaking of which...