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Tommy Fury vs Jordan Grant FREE: UK start time, live stream, TV channel, card for Love Island star’s sixth pro bout



TOMMY FURY makes his return to the ring this weekend as he faces fellow unbeaten prospect Jordan Grant.

Fury was last in action back in February, when he knocked out Scott Williams in the second round of their six-round contest.


Tommy Fury is 5-0 as a professional boxer and faces Jordan Grant this weekend[/caption]

But this time, Fury will be up against another fighter in Grant, who has also never lost a fight.

When is Tommy Fury vs Jordan Grant?

  • Tommy Fury’s clash with Jordan Grant will take place this Saturday on June 5.
  • The fight will occur at the Telford International Centre in Shropshire.
  • There will be around 1,000 fans in attendance at the clash.

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • Fury’s return to the ring will be shown live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 1 HD.
  • You can live stream the action from the BT Sport app, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.
  • The action will begin at around 7pm.
  • Daniel Dubois’ clash with Bogdan Dinu is the main event of the evening.

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Novak Djokovic hands jubilant kid his racket and claims young fan COACHED him to French Open win




NOVAK DJOKOVIC revealed a local kid coached him to a spectacular French Open final fightback.

And then the Serbian targeted becoming the Head Boy of men’s tennis by doing the 2021 clean sweep.


Novak Djokovic revealed a local kid coached him to a French Open final fightback[/caption]


The Serbian gave the jubilant young fan his tournament-winning racket[/caption]

The world No.1 came from two sets down for the first time in a major final to crush Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-7 2-6 6-3 6-2 6-4 in front of a raucous Court Philippe Chatrier.

Djokovic, who had a pep talk backstage at 2-0 sets down, was guided to Slam No.19 by a young French lad, who was rewarded with the tournament-winning racket.


He said: “This boy was in my ear the entire match. He was encouraging me.

“He was actually giving me tactics. He was like: ‘Hold your serve, get an easy first ball, then dictate, go to his backhand.’ He was coaching me literally.

“I found that very cute, very nice. Giving him the racket after the match was kind of my gratitude for him sticking and supporting me.”

The 30-year-old has the Australian and French Opens in the bag and if he wins at Wimbledon and the US Open, he will finally overtake great rivals Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal, who both have 20 majors.

He was actually giving me tactics. He was like: ‘Hold your serve, get an easy first ball, then dictate, go to his backhand.’ He was coaching me literally

Novak Djokovic

Djokovic said: “I’m thrilled and very proud of this achievement.

“This probably ranks as the top three all-time achievements and experiences that I had in my professional tennis career.

“Everything is possible this year. Definitely in my case I can say that what I’ve been through in my career, in my life, this journey has been terrific so far. I’ve achieved some things that a lot of people thought it would be not possible for me to achieve.”

Shattered Djokovic, still recovering from that epic semi-final victory over Nadal, did not practice on Saturday and looked down and out as the Athens ace stormed two sets up.

Yet after a strategic bathroom break and a break of serve in an 11-minute lung-busting fourth game of the third set, Djokovic switched the momentum.

Tsitsipas, 22, started to hit unforced errors, the double faults count was rising, his one-handed backhand was misfiring and he required on-court treatment for a “hip blockage”.

The Next Gen, of which he is a prominent member, must continue to wait for that breakthrough success at the highest level.

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Crestfallen Tsitsipas said: “I’m inspired by the things he has achieved so far. I hope one day I can do half of what he has done.

“Despite my loss, I have faith in my game. I very much believe I can get to that point very soon. I don’t have regrets.

“With the same attitude, I see no reason for me not to be holding that trophy one day.”

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Argentina vs Chile FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for Copa America clash




ARGENTINA and Chile clash as the sides get their Copa America campaigns underway.

Lionel Messi will be hoping to inspire the Argentines to victory, with their current unbeaten run standing at thirteen games.



Messi is on the hunt for silverware in the Copa America[/caption]

When is Argentina vs Chile?

  • This Copa America clash will be held on Monday, June 14.
  • Kick-off is at 10pm BST.
  • When the sides last met in World Cup qualifying earlier this month, they played out a 1-1 draw.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

The Copa America is being shown on free-to-air TV here in the UK.

You can catch this game live on the BBC Red Button.

To stream, head to the BBC iPlayer with coverage starting 15 minutes before kick-off.

What is the team news?

Lautaro Martinez looks set to partner Lionel Messi up top for Argentina with Sergio Aguero also in the squad.

Papu, Angel Correa and Angel Di Maria could also be involved, while Emi Buendia has missed out.

Chile have no injury worries with Gary Medel and Charles Aranguiz both expected to feature.

Match odds

  • Argentina to win – 8/13
  • Draw – 13/5
  • Chile victory – 9/2

*All odds from Paddy Power and correct at time of publication.

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Spain vs Sweden FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for Euro 2020 match




THREE-time European champions Spain get their Euro 2020 campaign underway with a clash against Sweden.

The two sides are well-acquainted having met twice in qualifying with Spain winning their group and the Swedes coming runners-up.

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Spain are among the favourites for Euro 2020[/caption]


Janne Andersson’s Sweden reached the World Cup quarter-final three years ago[/caption]

Poland and Slovakia await for the Spaniards and Swedes in their remaining two games.

What time does Spain vs Sweden kick off?

  • Spain take on Sweden on Monday, June 14.
  • The match kicks off at 8pm.
  • That’s 9pm in both Spain and Sweden.
  • Last time the two teams met, now-Leeds striker Rodrigo netted a last minute equaliser in a 1-1 Euro 2020 qualifying draw in Stockholm.

What TV channel is Spain vs Sweden on and can I live stream it?

  • Spain vs Sweden is live on BBC One.
  • To stream the game live, head to the BBC iPlayer.
  • Mediaset Espana are showing Euro 2020 in Spain while SVT and TV4 are the Swedish broadcasters.

Can I watch Spain vs Sweden for free?

Team news

Get all the latest Spain vs Sweden team news here.

Spain squad

  • David de Gea (GK)
  • Robert Sanchez (GK)
  • Unai Simon (GK)
  • Aymeric Laporte
  • Jose Gaya
  • Jordi Alba
  • Pau Torres
  • Eric Garcia
  • Diego Llorente
  • Cesar Azpilicueta
  • Marcos Llorente
  • Sergio Busquets (c)
  • Rodri
  • Pedri
  • Thiago
  • Koke
  • Fabian
  • Dani Olmo
  • Mikel Oyarzabal
  • Gerard Moreno
  • Alvaro Morat
  • Ferran Torres
  • Adama Traore
  • Pablo Sarabia

Sweden squad

  • Robin Olsen (GK)
  • Karl-Johan Johnsson (GK)
  • Kristoffer Nordfeldt (GK)
  • Mikael Lustig
  • Ludwig Augustinsson
  • Victor Lindelof
  • Marcus Danielson
  • Martin Olsson
  • Pontus Jansson
  • Filip Helander
  • Emil Krafth
  • Andreas Granqvist (c)
  • Sebastian Larsson
  • Albin Ekdal
  • Emil Forsberg 
  • Ken Sema
  • Viktor Claesson
  • Jens Cajuste 
  • Mattias Svanberg
  • Kristoffer Olsson
  • Dejan Kulusevski
  • Gustav Svensson
  • Jordan Larsson
  • Alexander Isak
  • Robin Quaison
  • Marcus Berg

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