Aberdeen have been give a tough test in the second round of Europa League qualifying they will face English Premier League side Burnley. The first meeting will be at Pittodrie on the 26th of July before the two teams meet again at Turf Moor on the 2nd of August. Meanwhile Steven Gerrard's Rangers enter at the first stage where they'll take on Macedonian side FK Shkupi. Hibernian start against NSI Runavik from the Faroe Islands.
The World Cup in Russia continues today. Cristiano Ronaldo was on target again this afternoon as Portugal all but booked their place in the last 16 with a 1 nil win over Morocco. The Real Madrid star has now notched 4 goals in the tournament so far and 85 international goals in total making he the highest European international goal scorer in history. Uruguay are currently in action against Saudi Arabia while later this evening Iran take on Spain.
Celtic know their opponents in the early stages of next season's Champions League. The Scottish Premiership title winners will take on Alashkert of Armenia in the first qualifying round. Welsh side The New Saints have a trip to Macedonia to face KF Shkendija first up. Elsewhere, Crusaders start by playing Ludogorets in Bulgaria.The first legs will be played on the 10th and 11th of July.
Stephen Gleeson has agreed to join Aberdeen. The Republic of Ireland international midfielder will arrive on a two-year deal when the players report back for pre-season. Gleeson spent the second half of last season with Ipswich, having previously made more than 2 hundred appearances for MK Dons.
Red Bull will have a new engine supplier for the next Formula One season. They're ending their 12-year partnership with Renault in favour of Japanese manufacturer Honda. Red Bull won four drivers' championships and four constructors' titles with their current provider
Brooks Koepka saw off a record-equalling final round from England's Tommy Fleetwood to retain his US Open golf title. The American ended on one-over-par in New York to finish one shot ahead of him. Fleetwood had shot a seven-under-par round of 63 - the joint lowest in the tournament's history.
Andy Murray says he may yet miss Wimbledon - despite making an encouraging return to competitive tennis after injury. After almost a year out, he lost in three sets to Nick Kyrgios in the first round of the Queen's Club Championships. Murray says he could play Eastbourne next week and still skip playing at the All England Club. He'll wait and see how his body's coped with the comeback.