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beer we go. italy have just gone through in their semifinal against spain on penalties, so if england can beat their market, it's an england — italy final. house excited are you? england - italy final. house excited are ou? ., , ., , i think we're all very excited but we have to remember denmark is not ukraine. tomorrow will be a very tough match. i think you can see denmark was in a very fine form at the weekend in their match against the weekend in their match against the czech republic. i think england just need to focus on the game in front of them tomorrow, not worry about the weekend. i think we've got some very good players who have showed that their ability, both on and off the pitch, and with the need to continue to work as a union. that was good at the ukraine dane. ——
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game. gareth southgate has proved he's also a manager who really brings up the team together. my fridge is stopped up with diet cokes and pizza, so i'm looking forward to the match. w and pizza, so i'm looking forward to the match. .. ., , ., and pizza, so i'm looking forward to the match-— the match. rachel, are you looking forward to it _ the match. rachel, are you looking forward to it as _ the match. rachel, are you looking forward to it as well? _ the match. rachel, are you looking forward to it as well? i _ the match. rachel, are you looking forward to it as well? i got - the match. rachel, are you looking forward to it as well? i got nothing| forward to it as well? i got nothing to add. forward to it as well? i got nothing to add- i'm — forward to it as well? i got nothing to add. i'm afraid _ forward to it as well? i got nothing to add. i'm afraid i _ forward to it as well? i got nothing to add. i'm afraid i know— forward to it as well? i got nothing to add. i'm afraid i know nothing i to add. i'm afraid i know nothing about— to add. i'm afraid i know nothing about football and i couldn't follow that performance. i do like cats and i will_ that performance. i do like cats and i will say _ that performance. i do like cats and i will say in — that performance. i do like cats and i will say in the last game england played, _ i will say in the last game england played, one of my friends cat had kittens _ played, one of my friends cat had kittens and she names the kittens after _ kittens and she names the kittens after the — kittens and she names the kittens after the england goal scorers. that's— after the england goal scorers. that's fantastic! let'sjust after the england goal scorers. that's fantastic! let's just look at the mail. they've got come on england, let's make history. no pressure there. just two games from glory and two games from great. you can, buti glory and two games from great. you can. but i think _ glory and two games from great. hm. can, but i think we need to take one game at a time. i think there is a danger here and putting a huge amount of pressure on the players. they're all seasoned professionals,
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but they have a job to do tomorrow might. theirfocus but they have a job to do tomorrow might. their focus should but they have a job to do tomorrow might. theirfocus should be but they have a job to do tomorrow might. their focus should be firmly on getting to that game with denmark enjoying the occasion. i think gareth southgate has his own memories of 96, when he missed that penalty, and he wanted to make up for that. penalty, and he wanted to make up forthat. i penalty, and he wanted to make up for that. i think he's made up for that. i think he showed his approach to management is very inclusive. he brings outside experts to coach on mentality, and he's also got the head of military academies advising and well. he's a man who gets the best talent around, and i think they need to focus and not worry about saturday. based on tonight, if they do get through, italy are going to be very tough to beat.— be very tough to beat. indeed. rachel, whether _ be very tough to beat. indeed. rachel, whether you're - be very tough to beat. indeed. rachel, whether you're a - be very tough to beat. indeed. rachel, whether you're a big l rachel, whether you're a big football fan or not, it is something that lifts the nation at a very difficult time. just the sight of all those fans inside wembley, there can be 60,000 in there tomorrow night to watch england and denmark.
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it's very exciting. i've seen videos of schoolchildren with their faces painted. — of schoolchildren with their faces painted, getting really excited. also, _ painted, getting really excited. also, my— painted, getting really excited. also, my boss is very invested in these _ also, my boss is very invested in these games and as long as they keep doin- these games and as long as they keep doing well, _ these games and as long as they keep doing well, it's very good for us. i think— doing well, it's very good for us. i think it _ doing well, it's very good for us. i think it really has lifted everyone's spirits, sol think it really has lifted everyone's spirits, so i won't be tuning _ everyone's spirits, so i won't be tuning in. — everyone's spirits, so i won't be tuning in, but i'll be very happy if england — tuning in, but i'll be very happy if england win. ijust think it's nice finally— england win. ijust think it's nice finally after such a divisive and difficult — finally after such a divisive and difficult year to have something that brings us all together. absolutely. any sort of protection for tomorrow night? are you somebody who likes to predict scores? i for tomorrow night? are you somebody who likes to predict scores?— who likes to predict scores? i don't like to predict _ who likes to predict scores? i don't like to predict scores. _ who likes to predict scores? i don't like to predict scores. i _ who likes to predict scores? i don't like to predict scores. i think- who likes to predict scores? i don't like to predict scores. i think it's i like to predict scores. i think it's putting hostages to fortune. i think if we can have the kind of possession that we maintained at the weekend against ukraine, the fluidity of play was very good — you had harry kane and all these players
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playing their game. i thought... it will be interesting to see who southgate �*s place tomorrow. he's not scared about making changes based on the opposition he's facing in a particular match. i'll be raring to see the team opening tomorrow, but southgate has a lot of depth of talent on the bench. i won't make a prediction, but fingers crossed it's going to be a comprehensive whim. i crossed it's going to be a comprehensive whim. crossed it's going to be a comrehensive whim. ~ comprehensive whim. i think you can aet a 'ob comprehensive whim. i think you can get a job on — comprehensive whim. i think you can get a job on match _ comprehensive whim. i think you can get a job on match of _ comprehensive whim. i think you can get a job on match of the _ comprehensive whim. i think you can get a job on match of the day - comprehensive whim. i think you can get a job on match of the day is - get a job on match of the day is abundant. i get a job on match of the day is abundant-— get a job on match of the day is abundant. ., , ., ., _ abundant. i was going to say i might watch it if he — abundant. i was going to say i might watch it if he is _ abundant. i was going to say i might watch it if he is commenting - abundant. i was going to say i might watch it if he is commenting on - abundant. i was going to say i might watch it if he is commenting on it. i watch it if he is commenting on it. may he _ watch it if he is commenting on it. may be bbc sport are watching and listening. thank you so much for being with us. i'll back with rachel and ali in half an hour to look at more of the stories being covered in tomorrow's papers. goodbye for now.
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good evening. thanks forjoining us. the 60,000 fans were treated to a delightful opener. spain hit back with ten minutes to go. taking the game into extra time. he went from hero to villain when he missed the fourth kick. sending italy to their second european championship final in the last three editions. so, england now know that if they can beat denmark in tomorrow night's semifinal, it's spain/italy awaiting
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them in sunday's final. the england squad arrived at their hotel in london after all 26 players trained at st george's park this morning, with manager gareth southgate looking to guide his team to a first major final since 1966. we're very excited about the game, that's for sure. and we know that we're going to have tremendous support throughout the country, so that's a great feeling for us. i think we're ready for the game. i think we're ready for the game. i think the players are ready. they've got tremendous experience now themselves having been in the situation before, so i think preparation has been calm. it's going to be a really, really tight game, i think, going to be a really, really tight game, ithink, and i think going to be a really, really tight game, i think, and i think an exciting game for everybody. denmark are in the semifinals despite losing their first two games, and looking to emulate their surprise european championship win of 1992. ahead of the game, goalkeeper kasper schmeichel was happy to remind a journalist that, unlike his country, england have never won it.
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what would it mean for you to stop it coming _ what would it mean for you to stop it coming home? has what would it mean for you to stop it coming home?— it coming home? has it ever been home? have _ it coming home? has it ever been home? have you _ it coming home? has it ever been home? have you ever— it coming home? has it ever been home? have you ever wanted? in j it coming home? has it ever been - home? have you ever wanted? in 66? was out at a — home? have you ever wanted? in 66? was out at a world _ home? have you ever wanted? in 66? was out at a world cup? _ emma raducanu says the whole experience of her remarkable run at wimbledon caught up with her, after having to withdraw midway through her match last night. the 18—year—old brit was trailing 4—6, 0—3 to ajla tomljanovic when she became unwell and had to leave the court. she says she's still unsure what happened. no, i don't know what caused it. i think that it was a combination of everything that has gone on behind the scenes in the last week and accumulation of the excitements, i think it's a great learning experience for me going forward, it's a great step forward, now next time, hopefully i will be better prepared. raducanu's opponent last night, ajla tomljanovic, was back in action today, but her wimbledon is also over —
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beaten by fellow australian ashleigh barty in straight sets. it means world number one barty has reached her first wimbledon semifinal with a 6—1, 6—3 win, and she'll now face angelique kerber in the last four, after the 2018 wimbledon champion beat karolina muchova in straight sets. both aryna sabalenka and karolina pliskova are also into their first wimbledon semifinals. sabalenka beat tunisia's 0ns jabeur, who'd become the first arab woman to reach the last eight at the all england club. her adventure is over, though, so sabalenka will now face pliskova, who overcame viktorija golubic. it's going to be tough match. she's a great _ it's going to be tough match. she's a great player. her game also really well on _ a great player. her game also really well on the — a great player. her game also really well on the grass, but i'm looking forward _ well on the grass, but i'm looking forward to— well on the grass, but i'm looking forward to this match. mark... nick parrott reports.
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a brief respite from the mountains and the chance for mark cavendish to shine again. it was a place where he won back in 2010, doing it again was what mattered. saving his energy for the finish and a couple of lapses catching up would cost the italian vital energy. even without the setback, he would have struggled. his team set him up perfectly for the finish, and once again, he surged to victory his third of the tour. he surged to victory — his third of the tour. if he can survive tomorrow's climbs,
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he'll get the chance to equal the record of 3a stage wins. the british and irish lions' tour match against the vodacom bulls on saturday has been postponed because of covid—19 cases in the hosts' camp. four bulls players and one member of the management team returned positive covid tests. 0rganisers say they are looking to reschedule the game or provide another opponent. meanwhile, south africa's second test against georgia on friday is also being reviewed, after a number of players from both camps returned positive tests. england have been forced to select a completely new team ahead of their one—day series against pakistan after a coronavirus outbreak forced the entire squad into isolation. three players and four management staff tested positive, so 18 replacements have been called up to replace them. ben stokes returns to captain the side. chris silverwood is back as head coach. the first one day match is set to take place on thursday in cardiff. and that's all the sport for now.
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from me and the rest of the team, bye—bye. well, i think the weather's going to be a little bit better tomorrow. certainly quite a few showers around today, and earlier on, some really quite heavy rain with strong winds in southern areas of the uk. tomorrow, we'll see more blue sky. but at the moment, we're still in the wake of this low pressure which swept across the country earlier on. you can see a big dip in the jet stream here. and within this dip, we've got that showery weather that's in place over us right now. so, through the course of this evening and overnight, still scattered showers across the country. you can see the low pressure centred just to the east of scotland there, so for a time, in some areas here, there will be more persistent rain. but plenty of clear spells in places, too. temperatures of around 1a in liverpool. we'll match that in cardiff as well, so it's not a cold night. and then tomorrow, the low pressure's actually quite slow moving. that means that it's not taking its weather with it. there is high pressure trying
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to build here from the south, but we're still really under the influence of that low. i know it's quite far away, it's closer to norway than it is to us, but it's still overall driving the weather pattern across the uk. so, scattered showers, but blue sky in between, too. the winds are going to be lighter. all of that combined means that the temperatures will be around 21 in london, 21 in glasgow. it is going to feel a little bit warmer. still a shower chance, though, i think, in wimbledon, and the same goes for the football. the following day might actually be a little bit drier. in fact, thursday right across the country is looking better. we're still expecting showers dotted around almost anywhere, but i think plenty of sunny spells as well. the winds will be relatively light, so temperatures again getting into the low 20s across many southern and central areas of the uk. now, through the weekend, friday into saturday, we'll see i think a little weather front moving across the south of the country, so that means we are expecting perhaps a few
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spits and spots of rain. but before that happens, you can see showers building across some parts of the uk on friday. but again, plenty of sunny spells in between, temperatures in the sunshine getting to around 20 or 23 celsius. so, here's the outlook for the next few days. a little bit disappointing as far as the temperatures go — maybe only around 17 in aberdeen, but in the south, no higher than 22. bye— bye.
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