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|01:30||Union Santa Fe - Independiente||1:2|
|01:30||Tucuman - Velez Sarsfield||2:0|
|Argentinian Primera B Nacional|
|00:30||Santamarina - Instituto AC Cordoba||1:1|
|Aus. Brisbane PL|
|11:30||Albany Creek - Grange Thistle||2:1|
|Aus. NPL Queensland|
|10:00||Redlands United - Western Pride||0:1|
|Aus. NPL Victoria|
|11:30||Port Melbourne Sharks - Melbourne Knights||0:1|
|Bolivian Profesional Liga|
|20:00||Club Petrolero - Guabira Montero||2:1|
|Brazilian Serie A|
|01:00||Gremio RS - Coritiba PR||0:2|
|01:00||Flamengo - Chapecoense SC||3:0|
|Brazilian Serie B|
|23:15||Crb AL - Paysandu PA||2:0|
|02:00||Atlante - America Mexico||0:2|
|09:00||Chernomorets Novorossiysk - Rotor Volgograd||2:0|
|16:00||St Polten - Blau-Weiss Linz||2:1|
|17:00||Fastav Zlin - Slovan Bratislava||2:1|
|17:00||Lech Poznan - Hapoel Beer Sheva||0:0|
|17:00||USK Anif - Salzburg||0:4|
|17:00||TSV Steinbach - Fortuna Köln||2:1|
|17:00||Olympiakos - Wattens||5:1|
|17:00||CS Universitatea Craiova - CSKA Sofia||2:1|
|17:30||Hartberg - Mattersburg||2:3|
|17:30||Taastrup - Brondby IF||0:5|
|Ecuadorian Serie A|
|22:00||Fuerza Amarilla S.c. - Deportivo Cuenca||0:0|
|Egyptian Pr. League|
|21:00||EL Nasr Taadeen - El Sharqiya||2:0|
|21:00||El Daklyeh - Al Moqawloon Al Arab||0:2|
|21:00||Tanta FC - Wadi Degla||0:1|
|21:00||Al-Ittihad Al-Sakndary - Al Masry||2:0|
|Euro Champ. U21|
|19:45||Macedonia U21 - Portugal U21||1:4|
|19:45||Serbia U21 - Spain U21||0:2|
|Faroe Islands Pr. League|
|19:00||Skala IF - Runavik||1:3|
|19:00||ÍF Fuglafjørður - KÍ Klaksvík||1:2|
|19:00||07 Vestur - Víkingur Gøta||1:3|
|20:00||TB Tvoroyri - HB Torshavn||0:3|
|Icelandic 1 Deild|
|20:15||Fylkir Reykjavik - UMF Selfoss||2:0|
|20:15||Leiknir Reykjavik - Haukar Hafnafjordur||0:0|
|Icelandic 2 Deild|
|20:15||Völsungur - Huginn||0:3|
|20:15||Vidir Gardur - UMF Tindastoll||1:2|
|Irish Division 1|
|19:45||Athlone - Longford Town||1:4|
|19:45||Cabinteely FC - Wexford Youths||0:0|
|19:45||UCD - Waterford United||2:0|
|Irish Premier League|
|19:45||Galway United - Bray Wanderers||2:0|
|19:45||Bohemians - Sligo Rovers||0:2|
|19:45||Derry City - Cork City||1:1|
|20:00||Shamrock Rovers - Drogheda United||1:1|
|20:00||Dundalk - Finn Harps||3:1|
|21:00||Sol de America - Sportivo Luqueño||3:1|
|23:10||Rubio Nu - Deportivo Capiata||1:0|
|21:30||Deportivo San Martin - Academia Cantolao||2:0|
|13:30||Albirex Niigata FC - Home United||2:0|
|United States USL|
|00:00||Pittsburgh Riverhounds - FC Tampa Bay||1:3|
Stoke City striker Peter Crouch, who turns 37 in January, wants to carry on playing football as long as he can.
Nathan Redmond and Nathaniel Chalobah will be assessed on Friday to see if they have a chance of playing in Tuesday's semi-final.
Paris St-Germain offer world record bid for Monaco's Kylian Mbappe, Real Sociedad agree fee with Manchester United for Adnan Januzaj, plus more.
Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez becomes Chile's leading scorer with his 38th goal in a 1-1 draw with Germany at the Confederations Cup.
Rangers complete the signings of Mexican pair Carlos Pena and Eduardo Herrera on three-year contracts.
Celtic's potential Champions League qualifier with Irish Premiership champions Linfield is pencilled in for Friday 14 July at Windsor Park.
Businessman Nigel Travis completes his takeover of Leyton Orient, ending Francesco Becchetti's three-year stay as owner.
Everton are close to completing the signing of Malaga and Spain Under-21 striker Sandro Ramirez after meeting his £5.2m buy-out clause.
HMRC officers seized documents from Newcastle United as part of a tax fraud investigation.
Crystal Palace offer former Ajax and Inter Milan boss Frank de Boer the vacant manager's job at Selhurst Park.
Newcastle United goalkeeper Matz Sels joins Belgian champions Anderlecht on a season-long loan.
Juventus receive a "substantial offer" for Brazilian left-back Alex Sandro, who is reported to be a target for Chelsea.
Ex-Chelsea midfielder Oscar is banned for eight games after sparking a mass brawl while playing for Shanghai SIPG in the Chinese Super League.
The FA ends its sponsorships with betting companies, including mutually terminating a long-term deal with Ladbrokes.
China's Under-20s team could play in Germany's regional fourth division next season as part of an agreement between the two countries.
Manchester City target Dani Alves will be released from the final year of his contract by Juventus, the Italian club confirms.
Bournemouth chairman Jeff Mostyn is recovering at home after a "minor" heart operation, the club says.
Manchester City will wait for Kyle Walker, Diego Costa could defy Antonio Conte, John Terry agrees a deal, plus more.
Mexico come from behind to beat New Zealand and move top of the group amid ugly scenes at the Confederations Cup.
Rochdale midfielder Joe Thompson says he is "complete remission" after his second battle with cancer.
Cristiano Ronaldo heads in the only goal as Portugal record their first win at the Confederations Cup by beating hosts Russia.
England U21 boss Aidy Boothroyd hopes the heated exchange that transformed their fortunes against Slovakia "proves to be a turning point".
Former Manchester United winger Angel di Maria agrees to pay 2m euros (£1.76m) to settle a tax case in Spain.
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill and winger James McClean are facing punishment from Fifa over their criticism of a match referee.
BBC football analyst Pat Nevin looks at the proposals to change the laws of the game and gives his verdict on the more radical ideas.
England goalkeeper Karen Bardsley signs a new two-year deal with Women's Super League One side Manchester City Women.
Watford are in talks with Derby County about an £8m deal for England Under-21 midfielder Will Hughes.
The festive fixtures will see some fans travel more than 200 miles to away fixtures over Christmas.
Scott Sinclair believes Celtic can repeat their unbeaten domestic season and says the club are "much stronger" than a year ago.
A television production company fronted by Sunderland fans withdraws its bid to buy the club from American Ellis Short.