Ireland's Sam Bennett has won the intermediate sprint on today's Stage 18 of the Tour de France.
Bennett has won 20 more points to move to 298 in total and he increases his lead to 52-points over Peter Sagan in the points classification.
Shamrock Rovers host seven-time European champions AC Milan in the second qualifying round of the Europa League.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is set to feature for the Italian side in their first competitive game of the season - Kick off at Tallaght Stadium is 7.
Before that at 6.30, Dundalk are away to Inter Escaldes from Andorra.
Elsewhere Tottenham are in Bulgaria to face Lokomotiv Plovdiv.
Rangers take on Lincoln Red Imps of Gibraltar.
Coleraine face Motherwell and Linfield take on Maltese club Florian.
There are also three more second round ties in the E-F-L Cup.
Burnley host Sheffield United, Wolves take on Stoke City and Brighton face Portsmouth.
Reports in the UK say that Liverpool have agreed a deal to sign midfielder Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich.
It's understood the fee will be at least 22 million euro plus 5.5 million in add-ons - with the player signing a four-year contract.
The 29-year-old Spanish international joined the German giants from Barcelona in 2013 and played in last season's Champions League final victory over Paris Saint-Germain.
He is set to wear the number six shirt at Anfield.
Results from last night:
Haven Hire Senior Hurling Championship
Naas 4-19 Confey 0-12
Clane 3-13 Leixlip 0-12
Celbridge 2-19 Coill Dubh 0-10
Haven Hire Intermediate Hurling Championship
Moorefield 4-14 Kilcock 2-12
Haven Hire Junior Hurling Championship
Sarsfields 3-15 Ros Glas 0-8
Joe Fox Tool and Plant Hire Reserve D Championship
Carbury 5-14 Sarsfields 1-12
Manguard Plus Minor Football D Championship
Confey 5-8 Abbey Rangers 2-10
St. Kevin's 2-9 Celbridge 1-8
Milltown 1-18 St. Vincent's 3-11
Ellistown 0-8 Athgarvan 0-7
Minor A Football Championship: All games at 8pm
Maynooth v Sarsfields in Allenwood
Clane v Celbridge, St Laurence's v Athy and Naas v Kilcullen, all in Hawkfield
Minor B Football Championship: All games at 8pm
Aylmer Gaels v Balyna in Robertstown
Oliver Plunkett's v Newtown Gaels in Kilcullen
Sallins v Carbury in St Kevin's
Raheens v Leixlip in Celbridge
Moorefield v Kilcock in Naas
The second major of the year, the US Open, gets underway in New York today.
2011 winner Rory McILroy and 2010 winner Graeme McDowell are among the early starters.
McILroy has been grouped with 2013 winner Justin Rose and the 2013 Masters champions Adam Scott.
They tee off around about now.
Ten minutes later McDowell starts his round with Matt Kuchar and Lucas Glover.
Shane Lowry and 2019 amateur champion James Sugrue tee off after 6 o'clock this evening.
At Naas it's a 2.45 start for an 8-race Flat card and the ground is now described as being good.