Nicky Campbell reports from Germany with the latest World Cup developments. And
Shelagh Fogarty is in London with the top news and sports stories, big-name interviews, finance, racing, travel and a look at the morning papers.
Victoria Derbyshire reports live from Germany, where she follows the England team and their fans for as long as England are involved in the World Cup. Call free on [number removed] to debate the issues.
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Simon Mayo continues his World Cup reportage from Germany, today from Frankfurt on the second day of double-headers as the Group games reach their climax. Kicking off at 3.00 are Portugal v Mexico in Gelssenkirchen and Iran v Angola in Leipzig.
Plus Cornelius Lysaght with Royal Ascot coverage.
Featuring Netherlands v Argentina from the World Cup Stadium in Frankfurt, introduced by Mark Saggers with commentary by John Murray , Alan Green and Graham Taylor. Plus reports on the other Group C game - Ivory Coast v Serbia and Montenegro.
Guest hosts Stuart Cosgrove and Tarn Cowan present the Five Live football phone-in, live from Glasgow. To have a say on the day's World Cup action call free on [number removed] or email via www.bbc.co.uk/606.
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Lively and provocative discussion regarding the day's key stories. Plus a first look at tomorrow's headlines and at 10.45 and 11.45 the latest money news. EMAIL: anitaS>bbc.co.uk Text: [number removed] (standard rate)
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