Sport Headlines June 6th
Wales will be looking to book their place in the Euro 2016 Final this evening.
Chris Coleman's side take on Portugal, kick off in Lyon is at 8.
Wales are without Ben Davies and Aron Ramsey for tonight's semi final
Pepe is a doubt for Portugal with a thigh problem while William Carvalho is suspended.
Kick off is at 8.
Dundalk moved 9 points clear of Cork City last night, a Ciaran Kilduff goal in stoppage time giving the Champions a 4-3 win over Longford Town.
City meanwhile are preparing for tomorrow's Europa League second leg with Linfield at Turners Cross.
Wimbledon favourite Andy Murray continues his campaign for a second title at the All England club today.
He's up against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the last eight.
Murray is second on Centre Court after Roger Federer's match with Marin Cilic.
Milos Raonic takes on Novak Djokovic's conqueror Sam Querrey, and Tomas Berdych meets Lucas Pouille.
The European Athletics Championships begin today in Amsterdam.
David Gillick, Brian Gregan and Craig Lynch will compete in the 400 metres heats starting around twenty five to one.
At five past two Thomas Barr and Paul Byrne compete in the 400 metres Hurdles.
Tomas Cotter of Dunleer makes his senior championship debut in the 3,000 metres steeplechase at five to five.
Claire Mooney from Naas and Sinead Denny go in the 400 metres at ten past twelve.
Wicklow women Fionnuala McCormack and Tara Jameson run in the women's 10,000 metres final at six.
Dan Martin is just 18 seconds off the pace heading into stage five of the Tour de France.
Today's stage features the first real uphill action of this year's race, with three category three climbs and two category two slopes.
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