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Summary

  1. Euro 2016 last 16: England v Iceland (20:00 BST), Spain v Italy (17:00)
  2. Raheem Sterling set to start
  3. Lionel Messi quits international football
  4. Mane to have Liverpool medical on Monday after £30m deal agreed
  5. Wimbledon 2016: Djokovic beats Ward, Edmund out

Live Reporting

By Ian Woodcock and Alan Jewell

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye from us

    That's it from Sportsday today as we pass you over to Alistair Magowan for live text coverage of Italy v Spain, which you can also watch on BBC One and the BBC Sport website from 16:30 BST.

    We'll be following that  with England's pursuit of a second ever victory in the knockout stages of a European Championship, as they face Iceland in the last 16 in Nice at 20:00 BST.

    Thanks for joining us and enjoy the games.

    England
  2. Atmosphere building in Nice

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

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer in Nice

    England fans in Nice

    The atmosphere is starting to build around the magnificent Stade de Nice as fans leave the sea front area and head out towards the stadium. 

    England's fans waiting outside the team hotel in the centre of Nice were all smiles as they caught a glimpse of manager Roy Hodgson - he will be hoping they are in similarly buoyant mood after they have faced Iceland in this Euro 2016 last-16 meeting.

  3. Can the dentist drill into England?

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

    Heimir Hallgrimsson

    Joint Iceland coach Heimir Hallgrimsson says knocking England out of Euro 2016 would change the lives of his players.

    The 49-year-old had to take time off work for this tournament as he juggles his role with the national team with his job as a part-time dentist.

    "The players have already won the hearts of all Icelandic people for their performances," he said.

    "If we beat England, their lives will significantly change forever. Icelandic football will go up in reputation and the way we approach football will be different.

    "There aren't bigger chances than this for Icelandic football. It's just up to the players to play and hopefully we will beat England. But whichever way this goes, these players are winners already."

  4. No point looking back - Hodgson

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

    England

    England boss Roy Hodgson has said there is no point in wondering what might have been.

    Last Monday's 0-0 draw with Slovakia has left the Three Lions on the same side of the draw as Italy, Spain, France and Germany.

    "All you can do is force yourself to worry only about the things you can do - to make certain that when you look in the mirror, as the players go out on to the field, you can look at yourself and say 'What else could I have done?'" Hodgson said.

    "'Did we prepare well enough? Was the training right? Have I chosen the right team?'"

  5. Football's coming home

    Just to get you in the mood for tonight's England game against Iceland in Nice here's something a little different.

    The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra's interpretation of the Baddiel & Skinner and the Lightning Seeds classic Three Lions.

    The video also includes some insight from players, fans and pundits into Euro 96 when football so nearly came home.

  6. Get Involved - #bbcsportsday

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

    Jack Wild: Iceland sit deep and soak up pressure. England have all the possession but no cutting edge. Penalties await, mark my words.

    Xavier Edmonds-Allen: We shouldn't know that Sterling is due to start - whoever is leaking the team is doing us damage as opposition can prepare!

    Chris Collins: Sterling will score tonight. You watch.

    Mic Medeska: Watching from US. We'll beat Iceland, go out next round. Roy will hail amazing progress, not realising it's more of the same.

  7. 'Williams is Wales' leader'

    Wales v Belgium, Euro 2016 QF (Friday, 20:00 BST)

    Rob Phillips

    BBC Wales Football Correspondent in Nice

    It's difficult to underestimate the significance of captain Ashley Williams being fit to face Belgium.

    Gareth Bale is the talisman for Chris Coleman but Williams is the leader, whose appetite for battle was demonstrated by his refusal to leave the pitch when he sustained his shoulder injury against Northern Ireland.

    Williams has played every minute of the European Championship - through qualifying and the finals - his defensive presence and organisation will be key to thwarting Belgium's much vaunted attacking prowess in Lille.  

  8. Williams not 'a worry or a doubt'

    Wales v Belgium, Euro 2016 QF (Friday, 20:00 BST

    Here's more from Wales boss Chris Coleman, who says captain Ashley Williams will be fit for Friday's Euro 2016 quarter-final against Belgium.

    ''I would not say he was a worry or a doubt, but we know we have to look after him. I would be surprised if he does not make the game," said Coleman.  

    Read the full story here.

    Ashley Williams
  9. Hodgson's 'day of destiny'

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

    Roy Hodgson

    England manager Roy Hodgson will almost certainly be out of a job if England are knocked out of Euro 2016 by Iceland in Nice tonight, according to BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty.

    Iceland are ranked 34th in the world and with a population of 330,000 - the same as Leicester.

    Phil writes: "Hodgson has also had to deal with rumblings that some inside the FA were unhappy at his shock tactic of six changes against Slovakia with much still at stake, leaving England exposed to more dangerous opponents should they go deeper in Euro 2016."

    Read more from Phil here.

  10. Italy 'almost tactically perfect'

    Spain v France, Euro 2016 last (Monday, 17:00 BST

    Alvaro Morata

    Spain striker Alvaro Morata has warned his team-mates that they are facing an Italy team who are "almost tactically perfect".

    The two sides meet in the second round in Paris at 17:00 BST.

    The 23-year-old has just returned to Real Madrid after two seasons with Juventus.

    "It's difficult to attack against them, they are specialists," he said. "It will be one of the most important games of my career."

    The match is live on BBC One, Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website and app.

  11. England's last stop? Or an onward journey?

    Euro 2016

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer in Nice

    England's team bus

    "One team, one dream" says England's team bus. And for today at least the England dream consists of beating Iceland in Nice to reach the last eight of Euro 2016.

  12. Portugal avoid 'selfie' punishment

    Euro 2016

    Ronaldo

    Portugal have avoided punishment after a pitch invader took a selfie with captain Cristiano Ronaldo during a Euro 2016 match.

    The incident drew a charge from Uefa, but the case was closed after a meeting of its independent disciplinary body.

    The fan had been allowed to run half the length of the pitch to get the picture, during the goalless draw with Austria on June 18.

    Ronaldo was happy to oblige, waving stewards away and posing.

    Meanwhile, Belgium have been fined 5,000 euros (£4,170) by European football's governing body Uefa after fans set off fireworks during their 3-0 victory over Republic of Ireland in Group E, also on 18 June.

  13. Gone in 52 seconds

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    Video caption: Lisicki in the zone

    Sabine Lisicki was in no mood to hang about in her first-round win over Shelby Rogers today.

    The German hit four aces in the first game to hold serve in just 52 seconds before going on to win 6-1 6-3.

  14. Get Involved - how will England do?

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

    You've had your say on whether Raheem Sterling should start, now we want to know what you think will happen in tonight's England-Iceland last-16 tie in Nice.

    Should England continue with a similar approach to the group stages and trust that they'll take their chances this time? Is there any danger of their Euro 2016 campaign ending against Iceland?

    And where will you be watching the match later? Any unusual or exotic locations? 

    Tweet your thoughts and any pics to #bbcsportday.

  15. Edmund out as Ward fights back

    Wimbledon 2016

    Kyle Edmund's Wimbledon is over already after he lost 6-2 5-5 6-4 to Frenchman Adrian Mannarino.

    Meanwhile, fellow Briton James Ward is acquitting himself well against world number one and defending champion Novak Djokovic on Centre Court.

    Ward trailed 6-0 3-0 but has fought back and it's now 5-4 on serve to Djokovic in the second set.

    James Ward
  16. Get Involved - should Sterling start?

    Euro 2016

    Raheem Sterling

    We posed the question whether, as is expected to happen, Raheem Sterling should start for England against Iceland in the Euro 2016 last-16 tonight.

    The response was fairly resounding with 81% of those who took part saying no and only 19% agreeing with manager Roy Hodgson's (reported) plan.

    Thanks to all those who voted.

  17. Beaumont helps set formidable target

    Cricket

    England Women look well set in their third one-day international against Pakistan at Taunton.

    Tammy Beaumont scored 168 not out as England reached 366-4 from their 50 overs.

    That's the joint fourth-highest score in women's one-day international history but falls 12 short of the 378 they scored at Worcester in the second game of the series.

    Tammy Beaumont
  18. Get Involved - should Sterling start vote

    Euro 2016

    Thanks to all those who took part in our vote on whether Raheem Sterling should start for England against Iceland in the Euro 2016 last-16 tie tonight.

    The vote has now closed and we'll bring you the results shortly.

  19. Coleman 'not afraid' of Belgium

    Euro 2016

    Friday's quarter-final meeting between Belgium and Wales will be the fifth time the two teams have met since September 2012.

    Marc Wilmots' side have won their last three matches in the Euros, scoring eight and conceding none.

    "I watched the game last night and it was a convincing win," Wales boss Chris Coleman said.

    "They play the way they play and they have players who would grace any international team.

    "In the last four years we've had four meetings. We've won one, they've won one and we've drawn two so we have nothing to be afraid of."

    Chris Coleman
  20. Williams will be fit for Belgium QF - Coleman

    Euro 2016

    Ashley Williams

    Wales boss Chris Coleman says skipper Ashley Williams has not dislocated his shoulder and will be fit for Friday's quarter-final against France.

    Williams was hurt after colliding with team-mate Jonny Williams in Saturday's last-16 win over Northern Ireland.

    "We think it was when he fell, he fell on his hand with a straight arm," said Coleman.

    "He'll be OK, he'll be fine. It's probably a bit more sore today than yesterday. We'll get him on the grass as soon as we can. It probably won't be for another day or two - we need to look after him."