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Libby Dawes and Matthew Henry

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    That's all from us here on Sportsday but don't go anywhere. As you may have heard, there are two football matches tonight.

    We are now live with all the build-up to England v Slovakia and Russia v Wales

    You can get involved on #bbceuro2016 and follow all the drama as it unfolds. 


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    Gary Redwin: Got my lucky seats in the pub. Come on England. 3-0.

    Daniel Woods: Was supposed to get my brother's birthday present tonight... that's not going happen. Brother supports Wales anyway, traitor!

    Nicola Goodman: Only a one TV household - I am Welsh, but my husband is English! Never mind the match - who will win the battle of the TV?

    Stand your ground Nicola...

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  4. The ladies who helped save Llandudno FC


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    As you cheer on your national teams, spare a moment for the players and volunteers in grass-roots football.

    Julie Montgomery is one of a group of mums who helped save their local club - Llandudno FC - 17 years ago and helped build it into the thriving, community club it is today. Here is their story......

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    Video caption: 'There's not much else here for kids'

    You can find out more about how to get into football - either playing or volunteering - with our special guide.

  5. Watson trails in Eastbourne


    Heather Watson

    Uh oh. Heather Watson is facing a spot of bother in Eastbourne. The British number two has her serve broken by Russia's Elena Vesnina. Watson, who failed to convert FOUR break points of her own in the previous game, trails 4-2 in the first set.

    A friendly reminder you can follow that match here.

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    Not long to go now...

  7. Scottish takeover

    Slovakia v England (20:00 BST)

  8. Hummels extinguishes Grigg talk


    Earlier we told you that even the Northern Ireland lads are sick of the 'Will Grigg is on fire' song. They're not the only ones.

    But you know you're living in a strange old world when this happens....

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    ck: On a biology trip in Wales, yet showing off my England colours all day. Vardy to score a hatrick.

    Andrew Hughes: Welsh dad English mum....tough one today.

    Luke Williams: The Slovakian goalkeeper's surname, "Mucha", means "fly"; hoping there's lots of buzzing around but no real bite...

  10. Injury ends season for Campese

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    Terry Campese

    Hull KR captain Terry Campese will not play again this season after suffering a second serious hamstring injury.

    The 31-year-old Australian ruptured a tendon against Wigan on 10 June, having been out for eight weeks earlier in the campaign.

    "His quality and leadership skills have been clear to see, so we shall certainly miss his influence," head of rugby Jamie Peacock said. 

  11. 'Give back from where you come from'

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    Video caption: 'Give back from where you come from'

    If Euro 2016 has inspired you to get involved in football, then you are not alone.

    Rahoul is a community coach for the Welsh Football Trust and believes "football is a thing to unite everybody together".

    He said: "If we held a different sport it wouldn't get that community cohesion, which is key."

    You can find out more about how to get into football - either playing or volunteering - with our special guide.

  12. Fun in the Eastbourne sun?


    Heather Watson

    Rain, rain, go away. The dark skies have long disappeared from above Eastbourne. And that means we have tennis. 

    British number two Heather Watson is just kicking off against Russia's Elena Vesnina. She is ranked just three places below Watson, so expect a tight contest.

    Vesnina holds her opening serve. Over to Watson. Follow the latest score here.

  13. 'Joshua had it easy'


    Ding ding - round one! Dominic Breazeale has already started with the verbal sparring ahead of Saturday's scrap with Anthony Joshua.

    IBF heavyweight world champion Joshua, 26, is making the first defence of his title against the unbeaten American.

    Joshua, who has won all 16 of his professional fights with knockouts, has only gone beyond three rounds once.

    "I think Joshua's thinking of me as a stepping stone and he's going to be sorry about that," said Breazeale, 30.

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    Northern Ireland news conference (Tuesday, 17:00 BST)

    Steven Davis has just been asked by a Norwegian journalist what he thinks about the 'Will Grigg's on fire' song...

    "It has taken off really well. It's a catchy tune. The player himself has enjoyed it and it has given him a lot of recognition. It's been sung a few times within the squad but I think the lads are maybe getting a little fed up with it now."

  15. Try again tomorrow...

    England v Pakistan

    Away from football it is bad news at Grace Road as England women's one-day international against Pakistan has been abandoned for the day.

    Heavy rain in Leicester means, despite the groundstaff's best efforts, no play has been possible all day.

    The good news is, with a reserve day in place, the players will return for a 10:30 BST start on Tuesday.

  16. Wales psyched up

    Russia v Wales (20:00 BST)

    Gabby Logan is channelling her inner John Lennon ahead of kick-off. Wonder if she's wearing a kaftan while singing this psychedelic Beatles classic? (Note: if you're not a Fab Four fan you'll have no idea what we're talking about...)

  17. Facebook live with Gabby Logan

    Gabby Logan is live on Facebook right now before tonight's Euro 2016 matches. 

    Send her your questions and get involved.

    You can watch it here.

    Gabby Logan
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    Thom Flint: The match won't kick off until 12:30am here in Delhi, so my pre-match plans are to have a good old nap

    Man Utd TN: Getting ready for the game here in Melbourne Australia. Will be cheering on at 5am. Neighbours already think I'm mental!

  19. Wales take over Toulouse

    Dafydd Pritchard

    BBC Sport Wales in Toulouse

    The atmosphere in Toulouse has been simmering today with the southern French sunshine beating down on vast seas of red Welsh shirts.

    An estimated 20,000 Wales fans are here for their crucial match against Russia, hoping to watch their team reach the knockout stages of a major tournament for just the second time in their history.

    Wales’ players have spoken about the lift their loud followers gave them during their opening win against Slovakia and, having been outnumbered against England, it is expected Chris Coleman’s team will enjoy the majority of the support at the 33,000-capacity Stadium de Toulouse, the smallest Euro 2016 venue.

  20. Post update

    Three hours to go until kick-off. 

    How are you feeling, England and Wales fans?

    We'll hear from our man in Toulouse ahead of Wales v Russia shortly.