Excitement for this summer’s European Championship is rising by the day but there is still the small matter of two European club finals to come — starting with tonight’s Europa League showpiece.
We take an in-depth look at the final between Villarreal and Manchester United as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to secure a first trophy as United manager.
Also on the agenda is our daily transfer news round-up, while Beat The Count is back to get you up to speed on all things boxing.
Villarreal vs Manchester United (8pm, BT Sport)
Victory in Gdansk this evening would turn an encouraging campaign into a successful one at Old Trafford — but Villarreal are unlikely to prove pushovers for Solskjaer’s men.
After just missing out on Europa League qualification on the last day of the LaLiga season, former Arsenal boss Unai Emery leads the Yellow Submarine into their first European final.
With a trophy and a Champions League spot up for grabs, English opposition will hold no fear for the Spaniards having already dismissed the Gunners in the semi-finals.
But United arrive in Poland as favourites after smashing Real Sociedad and Roma either side of a tense two-legged victory over AC Milan to reach the final.
For all the positives of finishing runners-up in the Premier League, tame FA Cup and Carabao Cup exits left a sour taste at Old Trafford and Solskjaer will be desperate to land his first silverware since taking charge in December 2018.
We have got all bases covered ahead of tonight’s clash with our match preview.
Domestic campaigns have only just concluded around Europe — but that has not stopped the rumour mill spinning ahead of what looks set to be a bumper summer of transfer activity.
Our daily Transfer Talk column is your one-stop shop for all the latest rumours, gossip and confirmed moves from around the world each morning.
Today’s update focuses on the future of wantaway Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha, who is strongly linked with two other Premier League sides, while Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves’ future is also reportedly in the balance.
Beat the Count is back
Calling all fight fans! It is time to step between the ropes for the latest edition of weekly boxing column Beat The Count.
If you are a lover of the sweet science, you are in for a treat as our resident boxing expert Gavin Glicksman takes you through some of the biggest talking points of the last seven days from inside and outside the ring.
And there's more
As well as all of the above, LiveScore will keep you on the pulse with the latest breaking sports news throughout the day.
All the fallout from tonight's Europa League final will be covered, while we also continue to cast an eye towards Saturday's Champions League final between Chelsea and Manchester City.
If football is not your thing, have no fear. With a host of other sports including tennis, cricket and golf covered in unbeatable detail, you are sure to find something to your taste at LiveScore.