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Matt Davis and Alan Jewell

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  1. Good evening

    Euro 2016

    That's your lot for Sportsday.

    You can follow continuing coverage of the second one-day international here and Johanna Konta's Eastbourne semi-final here.

    And remember you can follow all of this weekend's Euro 2016 games on the BBC, Radio 5 live and BBC Sport website.

    Enjoy your weekend.

  2. Chesterfield sponsor withdraws support


    Chesterfield sponsor HTM Products has withdrawn its support of the club following the signing of Ched Evans.

    Evans, 27, signed a one-year contract with the League One side on Monday, despite facing a retrial over rape allegations in October.

    The former Wales striker was jailed in 2012, but had his conviction quashed by the Court of Appeal in April.

    Evans was released from prison in October 2014, and has always denied the charges against him.

    The firm, which had its name on the West Stand of the Proact Stadium, had sponsored the club since December 2009.

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    Video caption: Anthony Joshua: How to look like the IBF heavyweight champion
  4. Nice players banned for betting


    Players from Ligue 1 club Nice have been suspended and fined for betting on French league games. 

    Top-scorer Valere Germain, defenders Kevin Gomis and Olivier Boscagli and forward Alexandre Mendy were handed two-game bans, with one game suspended, by the French football league's disciplinary committee.

    They were each fined 1,500 euros (£1,200). 

    Two other Nice players, right-back Jeremy Pied and midfielder Albert Rafetraniaina,  received three-match suspended sentences but no fine.

    The same punishment was given to Bordeaux goalkeeper Cedric Carrasso and midfield team-mate Thomas Toure. Midfielder Calvin Mangan, who plays for third division club Chateauroux, was handed a five-match suspension, with three suspended.  

  5. Clancy's comeback

    Team GB announced

    Aimee Lewis

    BBC Sport

    ed clancy

    A remarkable recovery from Ed Clancy. 

    At the end of last year he underwent major back surgery and now the double Olympic champion is heading to Rio in the men's team pursuit. 

    He says world champions Australia are favourites, but his team-mate Owain Doull is in bullish mood, saying the team is aiming to come back from Brazil with gold.

  6. Team of the group stage

    Euro 2016

    The knockout stage of Euro 2016 starts on Saturday - but who do you think have been the most impressive players so far?

    By Friday morning more than 131,000 people had selected their best XI from a long-list of the star performers in the group stage.

    And here is your team of the tournament so far, slotted into what was overwhelmingly the most popular formation - 4-4-2.

    team of group stage
  7. Baker goes out on loan


    Chelsea's England under-21 midfielder Lewis Baker is to spend a second season out on loan at Eredivisie side Vitesse Arnhem. 

    The 21-year-old made 34 appearances for the Dutch outfit last season, scoring five goals.

    Baker has yet to feature for the Blues' first team and has previously spent time out on loan at Sheffield Wednesday and MK Dons. 

    Lewis Baker
  8. Kane's 'composed performance'

    England v Iceland (Euro 2016 last 16, Mon, 20:00 BST)

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer in Chantilly

    Harry Kane

    Harry Kane gave a very composed performance in front of the media today - echoing England captain Wayne Rooney's confidence about their chances as Euro 2016 enters the knockout phase.

    He also dismissed suggestions constant football over the last two years has left him burned out.

    Kane has yet to score in France and was left out against Slovakia after being substituted at half-time against Wales but he was in a measured mood and seemed unaffected by the wait for his first goal at Euro 2016.

  9. Brexit 'could affect summer transfers'


    British football clubs may find it more difficult to buy their summer targets after the UK's decision to leave the European Union, an expert has warned.

    Transfer fees and wages may rise, said Simon Chadwick, professor of sports enterprise at Salford University.

    "Clubs could suddenly find players are much more expensive because the pound is worth less," he told BBC Sport.

    Football Association chairman Greg Dyke said the decision could have "quite an impact on English football".

    He said the full impact of leaving the EU might not be known for two years.

    France duo Paul Pogba (left) and Dimitri Payet
  10. England v Sri Lanka


    You can follow the game here.

  11. Konta in semi-final action



    She's not long finished her quarter-final but Johanna Konta is back on court for her semi-final at Eastbourne.

    The British number one plays Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic.

    The winner will play Dominika Cibulkova, after the Slovakian reached the final after beating Puerto Rican qualifier Monica Puig 6-2, 6-1.

    You can watch and follow live text commentary of Konta's match here.

  12. 'I'm totally disappointed'


    Wladimir Klitschko

    Wladimir Klitschko says he is "disappointed" after Tyson Fury postponed next month's rematch due to an ankle injury.

    He said: "As well for my fans I´m very sorry who were all very excited for this rematch. But one thing is also clear: Then I'll get my belt a few weeks later ".

  13. England v Sri Lanka



    Sri Lanka are 137-3 after 29 overs in the second one-day international against England at Edgbaston.

    The first match ended in a dramatic tie.

    You can follow it live here.

  14. Post update

    Wales are getting behind their team, look at this sign from Carmarthenshire in south west Wales.

  15. 'We need to take emotion out of NI game'

    Wales v Northern Ireland (Euro 2016 last 16, Sat, 17:00 BST)

    Chris Coleman

    Wales boss Chris Coleman says his side will have to guard against getting too emotional when they face Northern Ireland in the Euro 2016 last 16 in Paris on Saturday.

    Coleman said that when Wales played England in the group stage, they "fought really well" but when they had the ball, "we never played anywhere near our capabilities" because of getting caught up in the emotion of the occasion.

    He added: "As much as we can, take the emotion out of it. Don't get me wrong, you need a bit of emotion but if you get too emotional, your game-plan's is out the window."

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    One for your diary...

  17. Post update

    A Question of Sport Teaser

    Earlier we asked you which four teams scored five or more goals in the group stages of Euro 2016.

    The answers are: Croatia, Hungary, Spain and Wales.    

  18. Wiggins aiming for more Olympic gold

    Track cycling

    Aimee Lewis

    BBC Sport in Manchester

    Sir Bradley Wiggins

    Sir Bradley Wiggins poses for the cameras after the GB cycling team is announced. He's put on a few pounds since his golden 2012 - about 11 pounds he says - but it's all muscle of course. At 36, he's the oldest member in the Rio 2016 cycling squad.   

  19. Zika fears forces Grace withdrawl


    Branden Grace

    South Africa's Branden Grace is the latest golfer to pull out of the Rio Olympics over concerns about the Zika virus. 

    His announcement comes two days after Rory McIlroy said Zika was behind his decision to withdraw.