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Coverage of the election for the Irish Assembly, with analysis and debate as the results are announced.
Wimbledon The action continues in London SW19.
World Cup 98 Coverage of the final games in Group H. Japan meet Jamaica in Lyon, and Argentina are up against Croatia in Bordeaux. Plus a full roundup of news in News Extra at around 7.00
England v Colombia Ian Payne introduces commentary from Mike Ingham , Alan Green and Terry Butcher in Lens on England's last game in Group G as places in the second phase are decided. News too from all the other games in Saint Denis where John Murray will be watching Romania v Tunisia.
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