Colin Paterson assesses this year's Glastonbury music festival, which for the first time features a hip-hop artist (Jay-Z) as the main attraction. Paterson wonders if the scheduling of the American rapper - who follows Amy Winehouse at the end of tonight's slate - is to blame for this year's slump in ticket sales. Pitch perfect: page 44
Clare Balding and Russell Fuller report from the All England Clubfor day six of the tennis extravaganza. Featuring third-round commentary by Jonathan Overend ,
Michael Stich and Pat Cash. Plus coverage of England v New Zealand in the fifth one-day international and news of tomorrow's Euro 2008 final. King of the hill: page 46
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