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Libby Dawes and Emlyn Begley

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  1. Sportsday out

    *drops mic*

    As the expression goes, one live text closes and another opens. Team Sportsday are heading off for the day now, but build-up to tonight's Euro 2016 action is starting right now.

    We'll leave you with the result of our vote - 34% of England fans want to face Iceland in the next round, 29% Portugal, 22% Hungary and 15% Austria.

    And speaking of Group F's teams...

    Hungary v Portugal and Iceland v Austria kick off in an hour, live on BBC TV, radio and online. And the live text build-up has already started.

    Until tomorrow all....

  2. 'Neymar not for sale'


    Barcelona are not contemplating selling Brazilian forward Neymar, according to financial vice-president Susana Monje.

    The 24-year-old's deal with the Spanish champions expires in June 2018 and the club are in talks to extend it.

    Paris St-Germain, one of several clubs linked with Neymar, are reportedly ready to double his salary, but Barcelona are confident of keeping him.

    "We have not studied the impact of hypothetically losing Neymar. We don't contemplate it," Monje said.

  3. Your team of the group stage...

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  4. On this day...


    1937: Joe Louis knocked out defending champion James J Braddock in Chicago to become world heavyweight champion.

    Joe Louis
  5. Keepers in and out at Rangers


    Scotland goalkeeper Matt Gilks is in talks with Rangers. 

    The 34-year-old is a free agent after leaving Burnley at the end of the season.

    However, fellow keeper Cammy Bell is set to leave the Ibrox club.

    The 29-year-old, who has played once for Scotland, is on the verge of dropping back to the second tier to join Dundee United.

  6. Chelsea loan youngster to La Liga side


    Charly Musonda

    Chelsea midfielder Charly Musonda will spend next season on loan with Real Betis.

    The 19-year-old Belgian spent the second half of last season on loan with the Seville club, who have appointed former Blues midfielder Gus Poyet as boss this summer.

    "I am very happy," the Belgium Under-21 international said. "This year was very good and I hope the next will be. For my progression I hope to play well here and learn. 

    "Playing in a Primera Division team is very good and Betis is the perfect club." 

  7. Post update

    Watch: Iceland v Austria - Live on BBC Red Button (including build-up from 16:00; Tactical Cam from 17:00, Connected TV and online)

  8. McGovern relaxed about finding club


    Northern Ireland goalkeeper Michael McGovern is confident he can find a club after helping his country reach the last 16 of Euro 2016.

    The 31-year-old, who is out of contract at Hamilton Academical, has only conceded twice in three games - against Germany and Poland. 

    "I'm sure the club side of things will take care of itself," McGovern told BBC Radio Ulster.

    "Playing well last night will have done me no harm either."

  9. Queensland win State of Origin again

    Rugby league

    Dane Gagai's hat-trick helped Queensland beat New South Wales 26-16 to win their 10th State of Origin title in 11 years with a game to spare.

    After two penalties for each side, Gagai ran 80 metres for a try put Queensland 10-4 ahead at half-time.

    Gagai touched down again early in the second half, before Tyson Frizell went over to give the away side hope.

    But tries from Gagai and Conor Oates either side of James Maloney's score for Blues secured the hosts' victory.

    Read our match report here.

  10. Togo do not want LeRoy to go


    The Togo Football Federation will not sack coach Claude LeRoy despite French prosecutors demanding he go to jail.

    LeRoy is facing a case about his involvement in the fraudulent transfer of players at French club Strasbourg in the 1990s and 2000s.

    Prosecutors asked the High Court of Strasbourg last week to jail LeRoy for two years, with 18 months of the sentence to be suspended.

    "I know concerning Strasbourg that I'm completely clear," he told BBC Sport.

    "All I have to do is wait the decision of the president of the tribunal on 13 September."

    Claude LeRoy
  11. Another BBC Sport behind the scenes exclusive...


    Olympic swimming champ turned BBC Sport pundit, Becky Adlington is meeting world record holder Adam Peaty today. 

    Look out for this interview across our Rio 2016 coverage coming soon...

    BBC Sport
  12. Your team of the group stage...

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    We don't know whether to be impressed or worried by your dedication to the Gareth Bale cause...

    (For anyone wondering, no you cannot use a player more than once in the selector tool... Tomos has cheated)

  13. Nolito to Man City?


    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Celta Vigo and Spain winger Nolito is a summer transfer target for Manchester City.

    City will meet a £13.8m release clause in his contract. 

    The 29-year-old, who is on duty with his country at Euro 2016, has yet to decide his future, with his former club Barcelona also interested in him.

  14. Your team of the group stage...

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  15. Maradona's goals as you've never seen them before


    To mark 30 years since Diego Maradona's two goals knocked England out of the 1986 World Cup, Opta have compiled goal replay graphics of the strikes.

    Diego Maradona
    Image caption: The goal looks more legit here than it did in real life
    Diego Maradona
    Image caption: Diego Maradona picks it up on his own half, goes all the way, is someone going to tackle him? No. Goal.
  16. Steph Houghton and Fara Williams collect MBE's


  17. On this day...


    1814: The MCC and Hertfordshire played the first match at the present-day Lord's, after the original ground laid by Sir Thomas Lord was moved to the St John's Wood site it still occupies.

  18. Your team of the group stage...

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    Btw, we have looked through almost all your  'teams of the group stage' and we don't think there has been one which has failed to include Gareth Bale... yet.

  19. Vote: Who do you want England to face?

    The final vote of the day and we want to know who England fans want to face in the last 16 of Euro 2016.

    The vote runs from 14:45 to 15:45 BST, and the options are the four teams in Group F (Portugal, Austria, Hungary and Iceland).

    We have already asked Northern Ireland and Wales fans who they want to face - and they've picked each other.

  20. On this day...


    2010: France captain Patrice Evra was dropped to the bench for his side's World Cup Group A match against South Africa following a row between the squad and coach Raymond Domenech.

    Patrice Evra and Raymond Domenech