Most of this morning's sports pages lead on Scotland's historic cricket win over England in Edinburgh.
They claimed a six-run victory in the one-day match.
"The power of Scotland" is the headline on the back of the Daily Express, while the Daily Mail says "Scotland used to beat England at football, they still do at rugby - but cricket - that's the final insult".
It's three days until the World Cup starts, and England's Dele Alli's been telling papers he won't do anything "stupid".
The Tottenham midfielder's temperament's often criticised - but Alli's told the Daily Mirror he'll keep everything "under control".
The Sun goes with quotes from former England manager Fabio Capello - who says other teams don't make excuses for their performances, but that England make "losers' excuses".
"Yaya's lying" says the Mirror, as Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola responded to claims from his former midfielder Yaya Toure that he has a problem with African players.
Rangers are ready to play hardball with Bruno Alves by refusing to release him from his contract to return home to play in Portugal - that's in the Daily Record.
And "king of clay" says The Guardian - picturing Rafael Nadal, after he won his 11th French Open title.