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  1. This is Wales' time to shine - Bale
  2. Gossip: Michy Batshuayi close to £33m Chelsea move
  3. Ibrahimovic Man Utd deal by end of the week
  4. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger linked with England manager job
  5. Southgate considered for interim role

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By Ian Woodcock and Alan Jewell

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    That's it from Sportsday for today.

    Join Mike Henson, Caroline Chapman and Tom Fordyce for live text of Marcus Willis against Roger Federer here.

    We'll be back tomorrow at 08:00 BST, hopefully with lots of reaction to one of the greatest tennis upsets of all time...

  2. Willis is on court

    World number 772 Marcus Willis is on court ready for his match against Roger Federer.

    Both players were given an absolutely tremendous reception when they walked out for this David v Goliath match.

    You can follow the match here.

    England's footballers are probably hoping Willis can pull off the biggest sporting shock of the week...

  3. Lawro predicts Ronaldo misery

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Mark Lawrenson has done his predictions for the Euro 2016 quarter-finals.

    Amongst his predictions, he fancies Poland to end Portugal's tournament.

    See the rest of his predictions here.

  4. Shoes off for Willis

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2016: Marcus Willis fans give supporters guide

    Novak Djokovic made hard work of the third set against Adrian Mannarino but victory in a third-set tie-break means he has now won 30 consecutive Grand Slam matches.

    Marcus Willis, world number 772, has one tour win in his career and is now about to take on Roger Federer on centre court.

    If you were wondering, Federer has won 1076 matches.

    Now's the time to slip your shoes off and get behind the Briton.

  5. On this day...


    2009: Wimbledon's new Centre Court roof was used in a match at the tournament for the first time after rain interrupted the clash between Dinara Safina and Amelie Mauresmo.

    Coincidentally, rain today means there's still no play on the outside courts.

    Dinara Safina and Amelie Mauresmo on centre court at Wimbledon
  6. Willis's big moment approaches...

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2016: Roger Federer v Marcus Willis - Two worlds collide

    It's currently 5-5 in the third set between Novak Djokovic and Frenchman Adrian Mannarino.

    Djokovic is two sets to love up but just served three double faults to fail close out the third.

    Next up on centre court it's British world number 772 Marcus Willis against 17-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer.

  7. Fuchs on retirement


    Leicester City defender Christian Fuchs has tweeted this after retiring from international football.

    The 30-year-old decided to quit after Austria were knocked out in the group stage of Euro 2016.

  8. Lynch joins QPR


    QPR have signed Huddersfield Town defender Joel Lynch for a fee believed to be in the region of £1.5m.

    The 28-year-old has signed a three-year deal with the Loftus Road side.

    Presumably he's happier about the move than this picture would suggest...

    Joel Lynch
  9. 'Is English football beyond redemption after embarrassing exit?'


    That's the question BBC Sport reporter Richard Conway is asking.

    Conway says: "Losing to one of the smallest nations in world football represents a new low for England."

    You can read his piece here.

  10. 'Krychowiak to join PSG for £33m'

    Latest gossip

    Grzegorz Krychowiak

    Poland midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak is set to move to French champions Paris St-Germain from Spanish side Sevilla for 40 million euros (£33m), according to media reports in Spain and Poland.

    The deal, if confirmed, will make the 26-year-old, who is currently at Euro 2016, the most expensive Polish player. 

    Spanish newspaper Estadio Deportivo said the main terms of the contract have been agreed. 

    The midfielder who has previously played in Ligue 1 with Bordeaux, Reims and Nantes, will be reuniting with former Sevilla boss Unai Emery.

  11. Post update

    A Question of Sport Teaser

    Did you get the answers to our Question of Sport teaser from earlier?

    We asked which four players whose surnames begin with 'B' scored in the last 16 at Euro 2016.

    The answers? Belgium's Michy Batshuayi, Poland's Jakub Blaszczykowski, Germany's Jerome Boateng and the Republic of Ireland's Robbie Brady.

  12. 'Wales' time to shine'


    Gareth Bale

    More now from the Gareth Bale news conference we brought you earlier. 

    The Wales forward says his side have lifted their game "to another level" from their last meeting with Belgium in qualifying for Euro 2016.

    "This is our time to shine. We're the only home nation left in the competition, which is an amazing achievement in itself," he said.

    You can read more from Bale here.

  13. Italy 'can do something really huge'

    Italy v Germany, Euro 2016 QF (Saturday, 20:00 BST)

    Alessandro Florenzi

    Alessandro Florenzi believes Italy "can do something really huge" as they prepare to face Germany in the Euro 2016 quarter-finals on Saturday.

    The Italians have looked one of the most impressive sides so far in France and beat holders Spain 2-0 in the round of 16.

    "For some games, you don't even need to motivate yourself – it comes naturally. It will be the same against Germany," said Florenzi.

    "They're world champions and they have confidence. We're slowly building our confidence levels.  

    "We’ve got to find Germany deficits - there are not many of them, but it's not words now that matter, but what we say on the field."  

  14. 'Conte is only tame when he sleeps'

    Italy v Germany, Euro 2016 QF (Saturday, 20:00 BST)

    Antonio Conte

    Chelsea's players could be in for a shock when they return for pre-season training under incoming manager Antonio Conte, judging by the words of Italy's Alessandro Florenzi.

    Conte has steered the Italians to the quarter-finals of Euro 2016, where they will face Germany on Saturday.

    Florenzi, who can play in defence or midfield, told "Conte is only tame when he sleeps."  

    He should keep us all entertained...

  15. Taylor critical of golf pull-outs

    Rio 2016

    London 2012 gold medalist Katie Taylor has questioned the motives of golfers who have pulled out of the Rio Olympics citing the Zika virus.

    The Irish boxer tweeted: "I wonder what excuse they would have made if there was no virus," after world number one Jason Day became the latest to opt out.

    "More chance of him getting killed by a spider in Australia than getting infected by the Zika virus."

    Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry, who were due to compete for Ireland, are among a number of players to withdraw. 

    Katie Taylor
  16. Water, water, everywhere


    Bad news from both the cricket and tennis as the British summer refuses to play ball.

    Rain has stopped play at The Oval where Sri Lanka are 127-1.

    All the courts at Wimbledon are currently inactive apart from centre court, where Novak Djokovic has just gone one set up against Adrian Mannarino.

  17. Law returns to Bradford

    Bradford City have re-signed midfielder Nicky Law on a two-year deal.

    Law, 28, who has had two loan stints at Valley Parade, rejoins the Bantams after spells with Motherwell and Rangers.

  18. 'Batshuayi set for £33m Chelsea move'

    Latest gossip

    Michy Batshuayi

    Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi is set to join Chelsea from Ligue 1 club Marseille, reports French sports daily L'Equipe. 

    The 22-year-old is expected to sign a five-year contract for the Premier League side for a fee of 40 million euros (£33m). 

    Marseille had reached a deal with another Premier League club, Crystal Palace, earlier this week but Batshuayi turned down the offer, L'Equipe claimed. 

    Batshuayi, who joined Marseille from Belgian side Standard Liege in 2014, scored 23 goals in all competitions this season. 

  19. 'Are you sure you're not afraid?'


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    Video caption: Novak Djokovic interrupts Grigor Dimitrov press conference

    Turns out Novak Djokovic 's timing is exceptional on and off court.

    The world number one just happened to interrupt Grigor Dimitrov's press conference just after the Bulgarian had insisted he "wasn't afraid of anyone".

  20. Europe going in One Direction

    Ryder Cup

    One Direction's Niall Horan really loves sport, doesn't he?

    Now he's an ambassador for the European Ryder Cup team as they attempt to defend the trophy against USA this autumn.