World Cup 2018
France v Argentina – Round of 16 – Saturday 30 June - ITV from 3pm
Two footballing heavyweights come face to face as Argentina battle it out with France for a place in the last eight. Messi or Pogba, who will triumph?
Uruguay v Portugal – Round of 16 – Saturday 30 June – BBC from 7pm
After failing to top Group B, Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal side face a tough test against South American opponents in the last 16. Uruguay striker Luis Suarez will no doubt be hungry for goals.
Spain v Russia – Round of 16 – Sunday 1 July – BBC from 3pm
Despite topping their group, Spain have flattered to deceive in this World Cup so far. Will a tough tie against host nation Russia prove a step too far for Andres Iniesta and co?
Croatia v Denmark – Round of 16 – Sunday 1 July – BBC from 7pm
Croatia have been the stand-out side of the tournament so far, notching up impressive wins against Nigeria and Argentina. Standing in their way of progression to the last eight are Christian Eriksen’s Denmark.
So, this weekend...— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) June 26, 2018
France vs Argentina
Uruguay vs Portugal
Spain vs Russia
Croatia vs Denmark
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Formula One Austrian Grand Prix
Qualifying – Saturday 30 June – Sky Sports F1 from 1.55pm
Race – Sunday 1 July – Sky Sports F1 from 12.30pm
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton will be looking to extend his lead over Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in the 2018 Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg. Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas took victory here last season from pole position.
"The circuit looks simple but in reality it’s quite a difficult lap to get right"@SChecoPerez describes the unique challenge of Spielberg— Formula 1 (@F1) June 28, 2018
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British Athletics Championships
Saturday, 30 June – BBC Red Button and online from 2.45pm
Sunday, 1 July – BBC Two from 1pm
There's live coverage from Birmingham's Alexander Stadium of the British Championships, which this year are doubling up as the trials for August's European Championships. Among last year's highlights were Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake's thrilling 200m win as he broke John Regis's 30-year-old championship record; Eilidh Doyle's fourth successive 400m hurdles title; and Laura Weightman's victory in the women's 1,500m.