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Liverpool have already taken the Premier League title from Manchester City, and now their records are in their sights, says MOTD pundit Alan Shearer.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Thursday morning.
BBC Sport looks back at two of the more light-hearted Wimbledon moments and asks - who styled out their stumble best, Serena Williams or Rafael Nadal?
Before lockdown, Manchester City fans went head to head with Liverpool fans in a battle of dizzy penalties.
Two former Chelsea youth-team players have told the BBC they are "still fighting for justice and equality" after alleging they were racially abused at the club in the 1990s.
Police are investigating the incident, which is being linked to unrest in Ethiopia.
How are people outside of Leicester but included in the lockdown reacting to their predicament?
The US House Speaker said the law was a "brutal, sweeping crackdown" against Hong Kong's people.
Court documents from privacy action detail Duchess of Sussex's "distress" over tabloid claims.
Many young people don't like talking about grief but the pandemic means thousands now have to.
The effectiveness of the committee, which has not sat since the 2019 election, has been questioned in the past.
Actor Geoffrey Rush will receive a record sum from an Australian newspaper, after it lost an appeal.
David Clark had been under fire for breaking lockdown rules and for his response to the pandemic.
In the last week, the state has seen upwards of 6,000 new cases every day and hospitals are reaching capacity.
How will social distancing affect going out when cinemas, bars and restaurants reopen in England, on 4 July?
BBC newsreader Kate Silverton warns of the damage the pandemic is doing to children's mental health.
There has been a huge increase in the number of LGBT people seeking suicide-prevention support.
Safety plans to be announced for England's schools in autumn will be based on separate "bubbles".
Only a tiny number of fines have been handed out and a former minister says the policy is not working.
Many of Thursday's front pages lead on the UK's citizenship offer to Hong Kong residents.