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Chris Coleman tells Wales to ‘take emotion out’ of Northern Ireland game

Wales' coach Chris Coleman and Ashley Williams attend a news conference

Chris Coleman believes his Wales players are yet to peak and has urged them to show no fear against Northern Ireland as they seek to reach the quarter-finals of Euro 2016. Speaking on the eve of Saturday’s last-16 tie at the Parc des Princes, the Wales manager challenged his team to push themselves to the limit but also cautioned against getting wrapped up in the emotion of the occasion.



England's Rugby team coach Eddie Jones talks with team captain Dylan Hartley during a training session on the eve of their third test against Australia's Wallabies in Sydney

Dylan Hartley sets tone for England’s pursuit of Australia whitewash

Had there been a referendum here this week Australians would have voted unanimously for England’s rugby players to leave. Even if the visitors do lose the third Test and fail to gain a 3-0 series margin it has been a memorable tour that has confounded their reputation locally as oval-ball dullards. Eddie Jones complained about being searched at the airport on arrival but he can expect to be fast-tracked through departures.