Reuters Sports Schedule at 1400 GMT on Friday, July 4


Reuters sports schedule at 1400 GMT on Friday:

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WORLD CUP (to 13)

France v Germany, Rio de Janeiro (1600)

France meet Germany in quarter-finals at the Maracana

RIO DE JANEIRO - Germany play France in a last-eight clash between two former world champions with a possible semi-final date against hosts Brazil looming. (SOCCER-WORLD/M58-FRA-GER, (PIX), expect by 1900 GMT/3 PM ET, by Mike Collett, 500 words)

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Brazil v Colombia, Fortaleza (2000)

Under-pressure Brazil look to defuse Colombian threat

FORTALEZA, Brazil - Brazil, under pressure to breathe life into their World Cup campaign, seek a convincing victory over Colombia and free-scoring attacking midfielder James Rodriguez in their quarter-final in Fortaleza. (SOCCER-WORLD/M57-BRA-COL, (PIX), expect by 2230 GMT/6.30 PM ET), by Gideon Long, 500 words)

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We continue the build-up to the other quarter-finals:

Argentina v Belgium

Netherlands v Costa Rica

(SOCCER-WORLD/, expect stories throughout)

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We will also be running a separate World Cup Schedule at various times throughout the day for the duration of the tournament, offering previews, spot news, reports and analysis from our team in Brazil. (SPORTS-NEWS-SCHEDULE-UNPLANNED)

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Federer and Djokovic eager to put down youth uprising

LONDON - Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic will be eager to put 23-year-old pretenders Milos Raonic and Grigor Dimitrov in their places in the semi-finals. Seven-times champion Federer will take on big-serving Raonic while Djokovic will be out to end Dimitrov's run. (TENNIS-WIMBLEDON/(PIX), expect by 1600 GMT/12 PM ET, by Toby Davis, Clare Lovell, Pritha Sarkar and Michael Hann)

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British Formula One Grand Prix

Hamilton ready to raise a cheer from home crowd

SILVERSTONE, England - Lewis Hamilton, very much the home favourite, aims to give his fans something to cheer in practice for a race the Mercedes driver is heavily expected to win. (MOTOR RACING-PRIX/ (PIX), moved, by Alan Baldwin, 400 words)

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Contador's team discuss race plans

LEEDS, England - On the eve of the 'Grand Depart' opening stage some of the leading teams, including Alberto Contador's Tinkoff-Saxo outfit, hold news conferences. (CYCLING-TOUR/ (PIX, TV), expect from 1400 GMT/10 AM ET, by Martyn Herman, 500 words)

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Don't put your house on Tiger at Hoylake, says Strange

LONDON - Former world number one Tiger Woods is kidding himself if he turns up at this month's British Open with only a repeat of his 2006 Hoylake win on his mind, according to former U.S. Ryder Cup skipper Curtis Strange. (GOLF-OPEN/WOODS-STRANGE (INTERVIEW), moved, by Tony Jimenez, 650 words)

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European Tour

French Open (to 6), Paris

Stadler setting the pace at Le Golf National

PARIS - American Kevin Stadler, son of 1982 U.S. Masters champion Craig, takes a one-shot lead into the second round at Le Golf National. (GOLF-EUROPEAN/, expect by 1900 GMT/3 PM ET, 300 words)

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PGA Tour

The Greenbrier Classic (to 6) White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia

Reigning champion Blixt in sole command at The Greenbrier

Swede Jonas Blixt, the defending champion, will take a one-shot lead into Friday's second round at The Greenbrier's Old White Course after opening with a sizzling six-under-par 64. (GOLF-PGA/, expect by 2330 GMT/7:30 PM ET, 450 words)

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Super Rugby, Round 18

Lions v Melbourne Rebels, Johannesburg (1710)

Teams in bottom three places in the standings clash in xxxx. (RUGBY-SUPER/, expect by 1900 GMT/3 PM ET, 200 words)

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