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Summary

  1. Wales to face Northern Ireland at Euro 2016 last 16
  2. England to face Iceland/Republic to face France
  3. Vardy agrees new Leicester City deal
  4. Harrison named in England team to face Australia

Live Reporting

By Libby Dawes and Emlyn Begley

All times stated are UK

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  1. Sportsday OUT

    That is all from us here at Sportsday live.

    Goodness me that was tough not mentioning AT ALL the thing we aren't meant to mention.... 

    Again no Euros games tomorrow but you can still relive all the action on our Euro 2016 page here. 

    Back again at 08:00 BST tomorrow. 

    Happy referendum day! 

    (Oh... we were doing so well)

  2. Wales aim to win Euro 2016, says Bale

    Football

    Gareth Bale

    That's it. They are going for it. 

    Gauntlet LAID. 

    Gareth Bale says Wales aim to win Euro 2016, ahead of Saturday's last-16 tie against Northern Ireland.

    Wales aim to win Euro 2016, says Bale

    Gareth Bale

    Gareth Bale says Wales aim to win Euro 2016, ahead of Saturday's second-round tie against Northern Ireland.

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  3. Galatasaray's European ban appeal fails

    Lukas Podolski and Wesley Sneijder

    Galatarasay's appeal against a two-year ban from playing in Europe for breaching financial fair play rules has been dismissed.

    Galatasaray's European ban appeal fails

    Lukas Podolski and Wesley Sneijder

    Galatarasay's appeal against a ban from playing in Europe for breaching financial fair play rules has been dismissed.

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  4. 'I don't want him to hug me again... ever'

    Football

    Roy Keane and Martin O'Neill

    Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill has revealed what was said between him and Roy Keane as they hugged last night after beating Italy to reach the last 16 of Euro 2016.

    "I told him to shave his beard. It was rustling my chin and I don't want him to hug me again ever," said O'Neill.

    "He said, 'You are an ugly sod', and I agreed wholeheartedly. I then retorted and said he wasn't Paul Newman either."

  5. Annie Mac, Monty Python and a positivity pick-me-up

    Athletics

    Isobel Pooley

    In her latest BBC Sport column, British high jumper Isobel Pooley discusses how Annie Mac and Monty Python played their part in picking her up from an injury setback and keeping the Rio 2016 Olympic dream alive.

  6. Timson named new performance director of British Tennis

    Tennis

    Simon Timson

    Simon Timson is to be the new performance director of British Tennis.

    Timson currently performs the same role at UK Sport, and will start work at the Lawn Tennis Association in early November - after the conclusion of the Rio Olympics and Paralympics.

    As you can see, he seems to have gotten around the various sporting bodies... 

    Cricket, skeleton and Team GB... 

    A man has no name?

    Simon Timson
    Simon Timson
  7. Wales' 'moral victory' over England

    Football

    Dafydd Pritchard

    BBC Sport Wales in Dinard, France

    Gareth Bale

    Gareth Bale is having the time of his life with Wales at Euro 2016 - and he even seems to be enjoying his media duties.

    The Real Madrid forward gave his fourth pre-match media conference today, and he was in typically mischievous mood.

    As well as looking forward to the second-round match against Northern Ireland, Bale mentioned Wales finishing top of Group B, above England.

    “It is a moral victory for us, bragging rights to finish top," he said.

    "It is always nice to get one over on the English."

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  9. London Irish head coach leaves

    Rugby union

    Tom Coventry

    London Irish head coach Tom Coventry has left the club by mutual consent for family reasons.

    He took over a year ago but the club were relegated from the Premiership in his only season in charge.

    He returns to New Zealand.

    Chief executive Bob Casey said: “Having undertaken a review of the past season and taken time to consider its implications, and given his family situation, our discussions with Tom have resulted in agreement that it is in his best interests to return to New Zealand."

  10. Swedish footballer sent off for farting... no really.

    Football

    Adam Lindin Ljungkvist

    Adam Lindin Ljungkvist was accused of "unsportsmanlike" behaviour when he broke wind mid-game.

    Swedish footballer sent off for farting

    Adam Lindin Ljungkvist

    Adam Lindin Ljungkvist was accused of "unsportsmanlike" behaviour when he broke wind mid-game.

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  11. Awww bless him...

  12. It's #OlympicDay and Usain Bolt wants you to do some sport...

    Athletics

    ...And you can't say no to Usain Bolt. 

  13. This might take some building up to!

    #HandstandDay

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    Video caption: #HandstandDay taken to the max

    As people around the world prepare for International Handstand Day, acrobatic athlete Mathieu Bolillo shows us his amazing handstand routine down steps.

    Need to brush up on your handstand skills? The Make Your Move how-to guide will give you all the tools you need to do your free-standing handstand.

  14. Live: Eastbourne Quarter-finals

    Tennis

    Agniezka RadwanskaDominika Cibulkova now on BBC Two or, if you click here, you can watch it on your phone/ tablet/ desktop/ laptop... 

    Although.... a few umbrellas have just been put up. 

    BBC Sport

    And now this is the scene.....

    I don't know why I bother.

    Easthbourne
  15. Are you interested Southampton fans?

    Football

    After Ronald Koeman vacated his seat in the Southampton, the rumour mill has been churning on the south coast... 

    Would this be a popular choice? 

    Get in touch on #bbcsportsday

  16. Would you get up in the middle of the night for a dip?

    #DontHitSnooze

    This week, BBC Sport's Body Positive team have been promoting the #DontHitSnooze campaign and here's the latest video about Rachel, who makes the most of her (very early) mornings.

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    Video caption: My Morning - Rachael Gorman

    To find out more about Body Positive, click here.

  17. We are the most tested athletes on the planet - Weir

    Disability Sport

    David Weir was speaking after he was selected for a fifth Paralympic Games in a first phase of 13 track and field athletes named on the British team. 

    He was asked about the International Paralympic Committee’s announcement that Russian track and field athletes will be allowed to take part in the Rio Paralympics.

    "You just have to have faith in the IPC. If they feel it is like that, then you have to have faith in the athletes as well. I know I am a clean athlete and I know 100% that the British team are clean. 

    "We are the most tested athletes on the planet. I just have to worry about my side and the IPC can worry about the Russians. If they have said that and there is no evidence of them cheating then you have to take their word for that."

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    Video caption: England must be ruthless - Rooney
  19. Upson on Vardy staying at Leicester City

    Football

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Matthew Upson

    Former Leicester and England centre-back Matthew Upson has spoken to Radio 5 live about Jamie Vardy's decision to stay at Leicester City. 

    "Some will say it's a strange decision, but having been at Leicester City only last season I know he's really comfortable there. He has played some fabulous football in a team that has catered to his strengths which has probably propelled him to the position he is in right now. So I can really understand the decision he has made."

  20. Pleased to be on the more favourable side of the draw - O'Neill

    Football

    Michael O'Neill

    Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill reacted to the news his side face Wales for a place in the Euro 2016 quarter-finals.

    “It is going to be a fantastic game," he said. “We will be heading back to the Parc des Princes which as we know from Tuesday night is a brilliant stadium. We will benefit from the familiarity of having been there already, of having done the journey and of having played on the pitch. “The results put us in what is arguably the more favourable side of the draw, so we are pleased about that. “We are in no doubt that it is going to be a tough game against Wales but we will go into the match believing that we can win and that we can progress.”