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1mESPN staff

England vs. Iceland live commentary

England face Iceland in Nice looking to win their first knockout game at a major championship for 10 years.

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6hMiguel Delaney

Utd eye Pogba despite record fee - sources

Manchester United will persist with their attempts to bring France international Paul Pogba back to the club, sources have told ESPN FC.

11hESPN staff

Sterling set for England recall - reports

Raheem Sterling is to receive a recall to the England side for their Euro 2016 round-of-16 tie against Iceland, according to newspaper reports.

May: Jones not scared of big decisions (1:24)
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1hPA Sport

R&A welcomes Muirfield call for new vote

The R&A has welcomed the news that Muirfield wants to hold a fresh ballot over whether to admit women members, just six weeks after the golf club rejected the proposal.

6hRupert Guinness

Froome, Quintana 'above the rest' - Contador

Alberto Contador missed the Spanish road championship citing "health reasons", but he tells ESPN that he feels "much better" than in 2015, when he started the Tour after winning the Giro.

6hPA Sport

UCI to step up testing for Tour motor cheats

The International Cycling Union says it will make between 3,000 and 4,000 bike checks for motorised doping at the Tour de France, which begins on Saturday.

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2dPA Sport

Hodgson won't beg FA to stay England boss

Roy Hodgson is prepared to carry on as England manager beyond Euro 2016 but will not be "begging" the Football Association for a contract extension.

10hNick Parkinson

Eubank Jr to hold meeting over GGG fight

Chris Eubank Jr says "I've got some nice tricks up my sleeve for him" as he targets fight with WBA-IBF world champion Gennady Golovkin at Wembley.

5hPA Sport

Hurley may miss Open for sister's wedding

Billy Hurley has revealed he could turn down his place in The Open at Troon following his life-changing maiden PGA Tour title in the Quicken Loans National.

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1dPA Sport

Battle for Team GB sprint spots heats up

Great Britain's Olympic selectors have to choose between leaving out the second or fourth fastest Briton ever over 200 metres after neither sealed their Rio spots in Birmingham.

1dDan Rafael

Thurman outslugs Porter to retain title in thriller

In a surefire contender for fight of the year, Keith Thurman and Shawn Porter traded blows for 12 action-packed rounds Saturday, with Thurman narrowly emerging to retain his 147-pound belt.

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1dThe Report by Andrew Fidel Fernando

England restrict subdued SL before washout

Fifties to Kusal Mendis, Dinesh Chandimal and Angelo Mathews sparked Sri Lanka's score of 248 for 9, but gloom ultimately defined the day, as play was abandoned four overs into England's reply.

1dPA Sport

'England are still two years behind All Blacks'

Former British & Irish Lions head coach Sir Ian McGeechan believes England are two years behind world champions New Zealand despite their 3-0 series whitewash of Australia.

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8hLaurence Edmondson

Hamilton: Rosberg relationship now 'really good'

Lewis Hamilton says his relationship with Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg is "surprisingly" good at the moment as the two fight for the 2016 world championship.

2dESPN staff

Twitter pokes fun at Portugal vs. Croatia

Portugal vs. Croatia did not serve up any excitement. In fact, it didn't even register a shot on target in 90 minutes. Twitter was not impressed.


Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Awesome: Brit Marcus Willis, No. 775 in the world, wins 1st round Wimbledon match. Now guaranteed $62,000. Career earnings? $95,129.

Christopher Wondoloski ESPN FC 

If England lose to Iceland, Iain Macintosh examines what has to go wrong for the The Three Lions.



England XI: Hart, Walker, Smalling, Cahill, Rose, Dier, Alli, Rooney, Sterling, Sturridge, Kane. #EURO2016


Graziano Pellé plays in Éder, but David De Gea makes the save!

Nicolas Atkin ESPN UK Assistant Editor 

Speaking in his press conference, Grigor Dimitrov said he is "not fearing anyone" at Wimbledon after easing to a first-round win over Bjorn Fratangelo, snapping a six-match losing streak. Novak Djokovic wasn't so sure, however. The world No.1 popped his head in the door and said: "You sure you're not?" "No, especially you!" Dimitrov said back. They could meet in the semifinals, after all...