After the quarter-final line-up was set in stone following victories for England and Ukraine last night, Euro 2020 takes a two-day break.
But Wimbledon continues, the transfer rumour mill still churns and we have more European Championship nostalgia to bring you.
The sun has yet to come out for the return of Wimbledon — but with no rain forecast, expect a full day’s play in SW19.
Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray are both in second-round action on Centre Court, against Kevin Anderson and Oscar Otte respectively, while a handful of first-round ties also still have to be played.
Our daily Wimbledon round-up will keep you updated with all the news from the big matches.
The future of Ben White looks set to be one of the stories of the summer, with all the big Premier League clubs keen on the Brighton defender.
But Arsenal appear to be at the front of the queue and we assess why they might splash as much as £50million on the 23-year-old England international.
We also bring you both our usual daily columns covering all the latest gossip from around the globe and at Euro 2020.
Euro 2020’s quarter-final line-up sees two unfancied teams meet in Denmark and the Czech Republic.
Both have European Championship pedigree, however, and they collided at Euro 2004 — when the Czechs were one of the continent’s best sides.
Today’s dose of Euro nostalgia looks back on that last-eight tie and a day when former Liverpool star Milan Baros took the plaudits.
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The cricketing summer continues apace as England dominate Sri Lanka in both short forms of the game.
Cricket expert Matt Storey returns with all the latest news from that series and around the world in Hit For Six.