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Rashford, Sturridge make England squad

Marcus Rashford and Daniel Sturridge have both been included in the final 23-man England squad for Euro 2016, with Andros Townsend and Danny Drinkwater missing out.

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6hPeter O'Rourke

United open to Mata, Blind exits - source

Jose Mourinho is ready to listen to offers for Juan Mata and Daley Blind this summer, a source close to Manchester United has confirmed to ESPN FC.

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LIVE - French Open

As rain continues to threaten play in Paris, Andy Murray and world No. 1s Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams are all due to be in action at the French Open.

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Curry, Warriors steal Thunder out West

Steph Curry led the Warriors past the Thunder in Game 7 of the Western Conference finals. Golden State won three straight games to set up an NBA Finals rematch with the Cavaliers.

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5hMattias Karen

Five transfer issues to solve for Arsenal

Bringing in Granit Xhaka was a good start to the summer for Arsenal, but Arsene Wenger still has a long to-do list during this transfer window if the club are to mount a Premier League title charge.

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Anderson becomes No. 1 Test bowler

James Anderson has leapfrogged his England new-ball partner Stuart Broad to become the No. 1 Test bowler in the ICC rankings

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9hPA Sport

Burrell ready to put body on the line for England

Luther Burrell is ready for the "big collisions" that await in Australia as he targets a starting role as England's midfield battering ram for the first Test against the Wallabies.

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8hESPN Staff

Harrington misses out on U.S. Open spot

Ireland's three-time major champion Padraig Harrington was the highest-profile player to miss out on qualification for the U.S. Open after an agonising finish at Walton Heath.

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AFC Wimbledon seal promotion to League One

Lyle Taylor and Adebayo Akinfenwa fired AFC Wimbledon into League One as Wembley hosted the mother of all 14th birthday parties.

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15hGabriele Marcotti

Marcotti: 'Superclub' dominance continues

As the 2015-16 season draws to a close, the European club game is as polarized as it has ever been, writes Gab Marcotti.

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Leo Spall Deputy Editor 

The rain at Roland Garros may please French Open tournament director Guy Forget, in so far as it adds to the pressure to build a roof over the Philippe-Chatrier show court. The increasing chances of the competition running over its 15 days, however, must be giving him a major headache.