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  1. 2017-18 Premier League fixtures released
  2. Champions Chelsea start at home to Burnley
  3. Premier League debutants Brighton host Man City
  4. England v Pakistan - Champions Trophy semi-final updates
  5. Latest transfer news
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By Jamie Lillywhite and Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    That's it for Sportsday but we will be back at 08:00 BST tomorrow for all the latest transfers news.

    See you then.

  2. Allan makes Dundee move


    Celtic midfielder Scott Allan has joined Dundee on a season-long loan.

    The 25-year-old, who made 11 appearances on loan at Rotherham United last season, began his career at city rivals Dundee United.

    Allan played for West Bromwich Albion and Hibernian before moving to the Scottish champions in 2015.

    Fellow midfielder Roarie Deacon, also 25, has signed a two-year deal with Dundee, having most recently played for non-league Sutton United.

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    Video caption: British Cycling staff feared for their careers - Phelps

    A report into claims of bullying within the Great Britain cycling team has criticised British Cycling's board, former technical director Shane Sutton and funding agency UK Sport.

    British Cycling lacked good governance at board level, it said.

    A "culture of fear" existed within the team, according to many staff members.

    The chair of the review, Annamarie Phelps, denied the long-awaited report was "a whitewash" after a more damning draft was leaked in March.

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    It's not looking good for England in the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy.

    Follow the closing stages here.

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  5. Former Newcastle prop loses cancer battle

    Paul van Zandvliet

    Former Newcastle Falcons prop Paul van Zandvliet has died after being diagnosed with cancer last year.

    The 50-year-old, known as "Tank", had an inoperable brain tumour and cancer of the kidneys and liver.

    He joined the club in 1992 and was part of the side that won the Premiership title in 1997-98.

    A benefit game for the father-of-five, who was diagnosed in 2016, was staged at Kingston Park last year to raise funds for charities and his family.

  6. US Open preview show

    BBC Radio 5 live

    It's almost time for the US Open and you can get in the mood with BBC Radio 5 live's preview show at 20:30 BST.

    Iain Carter and Jay Townsend are joined by world number 36 Matthew Fitzpatrick to discuss conditions, the course and the fescue rough at Erin Hills.

  7. 'The year has flown by'

    Usually doing On This Day entries is our game, but Everton boss Ronaldo Koeman has got there ahead of us with one of his own.

    He posted on Instagram: #OnThisDay in 2016, I became @everton manager. The year flew by. I am proud to be here!

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  8. Fans express concern about Premier League fixtures


    A Premier League fan groups, backed by the Football Supporters' Federation, has expressed concerns about the fixtures for the upcoming season.

    They have found that clubs play 10 Premier League games between 25 November and 1 January, five at home and five away. That's compared to seven league games in the same period two years ago.

    "Little or no effort has been made by the Premier League to try and minimize away travel, given that Newcastle United supporters travelling to all five games will face three trips to London in that time, and travel a total of 2484 miles," read a statement from the group.

    Midweek games are also a concern, with the fan group finding that getting home afterwards is a real concern with no scehduled train service available for away fans for 63% of midweek games.

    Read more on the issues here.

  9. Mason back training

    This is great to see. Ryan Mason is back in training.

    The Hull midfielder has been out of action since January after a nasty clash of heads with Chelsea's Gary Cahill.

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  10. Ronaldo dismisses tax evasion claims


    Cristiano Ronaldo insisted he had no concerns about accusations from Spanish prosecutors of evading 14.7m euros in tax through offshore companies.

    "Conscience clear, always," Ronaldo told reporters at Lisbon airport as he and his Portuguese teammates prepared to fly out to the Confederations Cup in Russia.

    Cristiano Ronaldo
  11. Sunderland agree compensation for McInnes


    Aberdeen and Sunderland have reached an agreement over compensation for manager Derek McInnes.

    The English Championship club can now begin negotiations with McInnes over their vacant managerial position.

    Aberdeen's new major shareholder Dave Cormack insists, though, that the club will "move heaven and earth" to keep McInnes at Pittodrie.

    "Derek is extremely happy here. It's not just down to money. He's a very astute individual."

  12. Festive fun


    English football's top-flight sides will face four league games in nine days over Christmas and new year, with eight games in total from 2 December to 1 January.

    The final round of the Champions League group stage also takes place during that period, as traditionally does the fifth round of the League Cup.

    Arsenal welcome Liverpool two days before Christmas, while Brighton go to Chelsea on Boxing Day and Newcastle host Manchester City.

    West Ham make the trip across London to face Tottenham in the round of games scheduled for 30 December, with another London derby taking place on New Year's Day as Arsenal host Chelsea.

  13. Baggies reject bid for Evans


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    Jonny Evans

    West Brom have turned down a £10m bid from Leicester for Northern Ireland skipper Jonny Evans.

    It is thought Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare wants Evans in addition to another central defender, Harry Maguire, who is about to join the club from Hull for £17m.

    It is understood West Brom dismissed the Evans bid instantly and have no intention of selling the player, who still has two years remaining on his contract.

    The 29-year-old joined West Brom from Manchester United in a £6m deal two years ago.

    He has made 62 Premier League appearances for the Baggies and, following the departure of Darren Fletcher to Stoke, would be a major contender to take over as captain.

  14. Pakistan close in on Champions Trophy final


    No sign of anything resembling an England resurgence yet. Pakistan are 88-0 after 15 overs and need only 124 more from 35 overs, with Azhar Ali on 37 and Fakhar Zaman 43.

  15. Pliskova to miss Birmingham event


    World number three Karolina Pliskova, the French Open semi-finalist, will miss the WTA Wimbledon warm-up event in Birmingham from June 19-25 due to an elbow injury, but will return the following week in the Eastbourne tournament, where she reached the final last year.

    Karolina Pliskova
  16. Hammers to face Man City in Reykjavik


    Pellegrini's former club Manchester City will play West Ham in a pre-season friendly at the Laugardalsvollur Arena in Reykjavik, Iceland on 4 August, which could pit summer Hammers signing Pablo Zabaleta against the club he left at the end of last season.

  17. 'Palace move for Pellegrini'



    Crystal Palace have held talks with former Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini over their vacant managerial position, according to News Shopper.

    The Eagles have missed out on Marco Silva and Claudio Ranieri, who joined Watford and Nantes respectively.

    And chairman Steve Parish has made an audacious approach to appoint Pellegrini after holding talks with the Hebei China Fortune head coach.

  18. Pakistan on course for final


    Ten overs of the Pakistan innings gone in Cardiff and they are 49-0, needing only 163 more to secure a place in the Champions Trophy final at The Oval on 18 June. Something special needed from England and they are about to bring on Ben Stokes to see if he can provide it.

  19. Davies eyes Maori return

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    Jonathan Davies

    Jonathan Davies must prove his fitness in training on Thursday to be considered for British and Irish Lions selection against the Maori All Blacks on Saturday.

    The 29-year-old suffered a head injury in the Lions' 12-3 Crusaders win on Saturday and missed Tuesday's 23-22 loss to the Highlanders.

    "Jonathan is still going through protocols but hopefully he'll be back in training (on Thursday) and we'll see from there," said Lions assistant coach Neil Jenkins, who also hopes Ross Moriarty will overcome a back spasm before Saturday.

    Courtney Lawes sustained a head injury in Tuesday's Highlanders loss and is unlikely to feature this weekend.

  20. Sherwood leaves Swindon



    Tim Sherwood's strange spell at Swindon is over. The former Tottenham boss was the club's Director of Football, but sometimes cropped up in the dugout to manage the team.

    However, following the Robins' relegation to League Two, Sherwood's association with the club is over.

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