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Check out our best bets for Monday's World Cup games as England begin their campaign1

Monday's World Cup tips

Our team look at the best bets from Mondays action, with 4/1, 9/2 and 18/1 recommended bets for the three games.

Mexico's Hirving Lozano (right) and Andres Guardado celebrate after scoring v Germany at the World Cup2

20/1 Mexico stun holders Germany

Joachim Low's reigning champions Germany lost their opening game of the World Cup, a 1-0 scoreline v Mexico in Moscow.

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Monday's Paper Talk

Crystal Palace are in for Jack Wilshere, while Willian's Chelsea future could be in doubt - check out what today's back pages are saying.

Coutinho's wonderful effort gave Brazil the lead4

Brazil held by Switzerland

World Cup favourites Brazil had to settle for a point as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Switzerland in Rostov-on-Don.

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Transfer news and completed deals

The latest transfer rumours and completed deals including the latest on Jack Wilshere, James Maddison, Jorginho and more.

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Nabil Fekir: An ideal target for Liverpool
Nabil Fekir: An ideal target for Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp will have more than £200m to spend this summer, with forwards Nabil Fekir and Christian Pulisic among his chief targets.

SUN ON SUNDAY

Jurgen Klopp will have more than £200m to spend this summer, with forwards Nabil Fekir and Christian Pulisic among his chief targets.

Anthony Martial has opened talks over a new deal with Manchester United despite falling down the pecking order at Old Trafford this season.

England manager Gareth Southgate is furious with Raheem Sterling for turning up late to World Cup duty.

Everton are looking to swoop for Tottenham left-back Danny Rose after both Manchester clubs cooled their interest.

Joe Hart is in the mix to become Manchester United's back-up goalkeeper with Sergio Romero set to leave after the World Cup.

Ross Barkley is already growing frustrated with life at Chelsea, having made only two league starts since his January move from Everton.

Newcastle have slapped a £30m price tag on defender Jamaal Lascelles to scare off West Ham, but the rest of their transfer business remains on hold until Rafa Benitez's future is sorted.

Bournemouth lead the race to sign Leeds defender Tom Pearce, who is out of contract this summer but has been offered a new deal at Elland Road.

Manchester City are keen on young Villarreal striker German Valera.

New Stoke City boss Gary Rowett is keen on signing Preston midfielder Ben Pearson.

Ipswich are set to unveil Paul Hurst as their new manager even if he guides Shrewsbury to League One playoff glory on Sunday.

Swansea City will sell Jordan and Andre Ayew to cut their wage bill after being relegated to the Sky Bet Championship.

Barnsley want to talk with Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth over their managerial vacancy.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Manchester City are closing in on a £75m deal to sign Leicester's Riyad Mahrez.

Chelsea will hold talks with Napoli over a deal for Maurizio Sarri next week and he wants a reunion with Gonzalo Higuain if he gets the Stamford Bridge job.

Borussia Dortmund have held further talks with Chelsea over the permanent signing of striker Michy Batshuayi.

Juventus are hopeful of securing an £11.5m deal with Manchester United for out-of-favour defender Matteo Darmian.

Tottenham are confident of bringing an NFL franchise to their new stadium despite Shahid Khan's offer to buy Wembley and the possible relocation of his Jacksonville Jaguars.

Sven Goran Eriksson has tipped England to excel at the World Cup.

Arsene Wenger is considering a return to managing in Japan.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Eric Bailly is happy at Manchester United and has no intention of leaving the club this summer.

A Ukrainian hooligan went on a rampage before the Champions League final before being stopped by a scarf-seller.

Kiev police responded to 26 incidents in the build-up to the Champions League final.

Jack Butland and Joe Allen are set to leave Stoke with Gary Rowett winning to let 15 first-teamers go.

Sunderland boss Jack Ross is keen to raid former club St Mirren for Gavin Reilly.

Aston Villa will have to offload some of their higher earners this summer after failing to secure a Premier League return on Saturday.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Fabian Delph is in line for a new contract at Manchester City, adding a further year to the two he has left on his current deal.

City are also expected to confirm Phil Foden's new contract this week, with the young midfielder set to sign a £25,000-a-week five-year deal.

Farhad Moshiri will look to take total control of Everton this summer by buying up further shares, with chairman Bill Kenwright's future potentially in doubt.

Yaya Toure wants £100,000-a-week to stay in the Premier League and could be of interest to new West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini.

Manchester United are now the only English club interested in Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Maurizio Sarri wants to bring £180m worth of Napoli talent with him if he becomes Chelsea boss - defenders Kalidou Koulibaly and Elseid Hysaj and Poland midfielder Piotr Zielinski.

Tottenham will have to smash their transfer record to sign Ajax prodigy Matthijs de Ligt, who has an asking price of £50m.

Everton will let Ramiro Funes Mori leave this summer and he is set to join twin brother Rogelio at Mexican club Monterrey.

THE OBSERVER

Chelsea will offer striker Alvaro Morata to Inter Milan as part-exchange for Mauro Icardi.

West Ham have edged ahead of Leicester in the race to sign young Barcelona defender Marlon.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

The Scottish FA want improvements to their disciplinary process.

SUNDAY MAIL

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is refusing to give up hopes of signing Connor Goldson and is preparing a third bid for the Brighton defender.

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