Rangers vs Celtic team news: Johnston starts ahead of Edouard

first_imgRangers host Celtic on Saturday aiming to close the three-point gap that has opened up between the Glasgow rivals.Steven Gerrard’s men slipped to a 1-1 draw against Hibs on Boxing Day, allowing the Parkhead outfit to open up daylight between the teams thanks to a dramatic 4-3 victory away against Aberdeen.The Hoops can take full command of the league for the first time this season if they win at Ibrox, but the Gers could theoretically end 2018 on top of the standings, even if a four-goal victory seems far fetched. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Game Rangers vs Celtic Date Saturday, December 29 Time 12:30pm BST / 7:30am ET TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch In the United States (US), the game can be watched via B/R Live. US TV channel Online stream N/A B/R Live In the UK, the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football and available online via Sky Go. UK TV channel Online stream Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Football Sky Go Squads & Team News Position Rangers squad Goalkeepers McGregor, Foderingham, Robbie McCrorie Defenders Tavernier, Goldson, Flanagan, Ross McCrorie, Katic, Bradley, Worrall, McAuley Midfielders Jack, Ejaria, Halliday, Coulibaly, Kelly, Grezda Forwards Candeias, Morelos, Lafferty, Middleton Rangers starting XI: McGregor; Tavernier, Goldson, Worrall, Halliday; Jack, McCrorie, Arfield; Kent, Morelos, Candeias Position Celtic squad Goalkeepers Gordon, Bain, Hazard, Mullen Defenders Izaguirre, Benkovic, J. Hendry, Simunovic, Gamboa, Boyata, Lustig, Compper, Ajer, Church, Duffy, Deas, McInroy, Ralston, Walsh, Tierney, Bell Midfielders Brown, Sinclair, Morgan, Allan, Ntcham, Robertson, McGregor, Forrest, Henderson, Kennedy, McLaughlin, McKay, Marku Forwards Hayes, Christie, Edouard, Miller, R. Hendry, Hill, McGrath, Diver, Johnston, Savoury, Aitchison, Okoflex Celtic starting XI: Gordon; Lustig, Boyata, Benkovic, McGregor; Brown, Ntcham; Forrest, Christie, Sinclair; JohnstonBetting & Match Odds Celtic are favourites to come out on top at Ibrox, with bet365 offering odds of 19/20 on a Bhoys victory. Rangers are considered an 11/4 bet to win, while a draw is 13/5.Click here to see more offers for the game, including goalscoring markets, correct score predictions and more.Match Preview Alfredo Morelos Rangers 2018-19Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is acutely aware of how much hinges on Saturday’s derby clash with Celtic, in which victory would draw them level with their rivals but defeat leave them trailing by six points.He believes that the Gers have made a strong start to the season but wants one more big effort before the winter break begins.“I feel we’re a couple of results away from having the perfect six months, if you like,” said Gerrard.“We have to bring our ‘A’ game. We’re playing against a good team with good players. They will be well drilled, I know that for sure.“We know that we have to bring our best to get the result we want. I’m confident the players can do that.”Only Aberdeen have won at Ibrox in any competition this term and the former Liverpool man wants to see his side at their best in the high-profile encounter.“I think we’ve shown at Ibrox this season against high-level opposition that when we play with freedom, back ourselves and go out with confidence then we’ve played some really nice stuff,” he added. “It’s the last fixture, there’s 90 minutes to go empty it for and give everything you’ve got. “We’ve certainly got respect for the opposition but what a fantastic opportunity for the players to go try to get the result we need.”Brendan Rodgers’ side will take some stopping, though. The Northern Irishman has won on his four previous visits to Ibrox, with his side scoring 12 goals and conceding only four.After losses to Red Bull Salzburg and Hibs, there are signs that they are getting up a head of steam again, with comfortable successes over Motherwell and Dundee followed by a dramatic win over Aberdeen on Boxing Day, in which the Hoops showed character to score twice late on to negate a controversial penalty decision.last_img read more

LAFC, MNUFC, NYRB add young DPs

first_imgAs if Los Angeles FC needed more attacking firepower, the club has signed a new young designated player in the form of Brian Rodriguez from Uruguayan giants Penarol. The 19-year-old forward comes to MLS to join up with an LAFC attack that has already netted 61 goals through 23 matches and boasts the league’s leading scorer in the form of Carlos Vela. LAFC has a comfortable lead atop the MLS standings heading into the closing run of the season, but the second-year club wasn’t alone in making big moves on deadline day.  Article continues below Editors’ Picks Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? Minnesota United also landed a young DP, signing a Uruguayan of their own in 18-year-old Thomas Chacon from Danubio FC. The Loons lead the chasing pack in the Western Conference but currently sit 14 points back of Bob Bradley’s outfit. Not to be outdone, the New York Red Bulls brought a young DP in on loan, with the club landing Southampton winger Josh Sims for the rest of the MLS season. Fresh off of the news that Wayne Rooney would be leaving at the end of the season, D.C. United jumped back into the transfer market on Wednesday as well. United landed Norwegian international Ola Kamara from Chinese side Shenzhen F.C.  for a fee of $2.5 million, bringing the striker back to MLS. The club also landed MLS veterans Emmanuel Boateng and Felipe as the capital side looks to make a push for an MLS Cup title before Rooney heads back to England. The Montreal Impact were also active in the transfer dealings. The Canadian club made headlines by signing former Barcelona midfielder Bojan Krkic​ from Stoke City, but the Impact weren’t done there. The Impact also reached a deal to bring back 20-year-old Ballou Tabla on loan from Barcelona B. The Impact sit sixth in the Eastern Conference, with the top seven teams earning playoff spots. The club also reportedly sent MLS veteran Micheal Azira and a second-round draft pick in the 2020 MLS draft to the Chicago Fire in exchange for Jorge Corrales​ and the top spot in the allocation order, which the Impact used to land Tabla. The Houston Dynamo, on the outside looking in as it stands in the Western Conference playoff race, also made a move to bolster their attack, trading for LAFC forward Christian Ramirez.  Another team hoping to make a push for the playoffs in the West, Real Salt Lake, landed some help for the midfield in a trade with Sporting Kansas City which sent Kelyn Rowe to Utah in exchange for international roster slot for 2019 and $75,000 in targeted allocation money.last_img read more

Kanaa Movie Review: Aishwarya Rajesh shines in passable sports drama

first_img Next Kanaa Movie Review: Aishwarya Rajesh shines in passable sports dramaAishwarya Rajesh is extraordinary as an off-spin bowler in director Arunraja Kamaraj’s Kanaa but the film has a predictable story.advertisement Janani K ChennaiDecember 20, 2018UPDATED: March 15, 2019 18:42 IST Aishwarya Rajesh in Kanaa Movie Name: Kanaa Director: Arunraja KamarajArunraja Kamaraja has donned multiple hats and he has been successful in juggling all of them. He has proven himself as a singer, lyricist and an actor as well. Now, he has turned a new leaf and ventured into films with his debut flick titled Kanaa.Arunraja’s determination to make a film on women’s cricket is highly commendable at this point of time when Indian Women’s Cricket is flourishing. But Kanaa, starring Aishwarya Rajesh, Sathyaraj and Sivakarthikeyan, is yet another sports drama with a cliched storyline.Murugesan (Sathyaraj) is a farmer who is struggling to make ends meet. But he is what we call a cricket ‘paithyam’ (maniac). He is in awe of cricket players and even sheds tears when the team loses. Kousalya Murugesan (Aishwarya Rajesh) can’t see her dad in tears, so she has one goal in her life – to represent India at the Women’s T20 World Cup and win it.The storyline of Kanaa is similar to that of many sports dramas such as Chak De India and the recent Irudhi Suttru. But Arunraja Kamaraj has incorporated the farmer angle and their sufferings into Kanaa and woven a cohesive story. Kaana is made to look engaging despite being predictable.Though the economic status of Murugesan’s family shows us their hardships, sometimes it looks a bit forced on screen. Arunraja does a brilliant job in showing Kousalya and Murugesan’s struggles in parallel narration.Aishwarya Rajesh plays an off-spinner to the T. She has perfected the bowling action in a short span of time and it does bring in realism into the story. The fatigue and determination to prove herself in the history of women’s cricket are visible on Aishwarya’s face, thanks to her natural acting.advertisementSathyaraj as a doting father is a revelation in Kanaa. In one particular scene, Sathyaraj is supposed to be grieving for his dead father. Instead, he rushes back into the house every now and then to keep himself updated with the match score. Roping in a nuanced actor like Sathyaraj has done wonders to Kanaa, as his performance keeps the audience engrossed in the otherwise cliched story.Sivakarthikeyan is what Shah Rukh Khan and Madhavan were to Chak De India and Irudhi Suttru respectively. He is a retired player who coaches the Indian women’s team to victory. But his character and performance do not create a strong impact, as SRK or Madhavan did with their respective roles. Sivakarthikeyan is just there, mouthing motivational dialogues.Arunraja has given in to a few cinematic liberties which sort of spoil the engaging factor sometimes. In a scene where Kousalya is playing World Cup T20 semi-finals against Australia, his father looks at the TV screen with such eagerness. But her mother looks at her dad throughout the match, even after Kousalya wins the match. Rolling your eyes? You bet.Overall, Kanaa is a commendable attempt at showing women’s cricket in the best light. However, it falls short of being the best film out there.Aishwarya Rajesh is extraordinary as an off-spin bowler in director Arunraja Kamaraj’s Kanaa, which has a predictable story, says our review.2.5 out of 5 for Kanaa.ALSO SEE | Cricketer Smriti Mandhana to unveil album of Sivakarthikeyan’s KanaaALSO WATCH | Shankar, Akshay Kumar and Karan Johar open up on 2.0Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byK Janani Tags :Follow KanaaFollow SivakarthikeyanFollow SathyarajFollow Aishwarya Rajeshlast_img read more

Spring Onto the Trail: 5 East Coast Hikes to try this season

first_img If You Haven’t Visited the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, What Are You Waiting For? In case you hadn’t noticed, it’s springtime, gentlemen! The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, the painfully long baseball season is well underway, and there seems to be some sort of political whatnot on all the televisions. But you don’t much care about RBI or ERA stats, or watching a bunch of politicians who want to “serve the United States of America” blab away on TV; you care about feeling the surge of manful enthusiasm that comes from enjoying the outdoors, right? Right.Related: NYC Area HikesAnd you live in or are visiting the northeast, yes? Good, we’re actually getting somewhere, then. For today we’re talking about 5 great east coast hikes, each of which happens to be conveniently located (relatively) near a major metro area of the northeast. Just a short drive from downtown DC, Metro NY, and Boston, MA, for example, can be found more opportunities for outdoor exploration and exercise than you might expect. So without further adieu, let’s stop using the passive voice and start talking about excellent east coast springtime hiking!Let’s work our way from the north to the south. If you’re looking for…A Great Hike Near Boston – Blue Hills ReservationWith more than 7,000 acres of preserved land and hills rising as high as 635 feet (that’s rather high for the coastal areas of the east, FYI), the Blue Hills Reservation offers a wonderful escape from busy downtown Boston, which is located mere miles away. The area has been protected from development since 1893, so you’ll get a genuine sense of the region’s ecology as you enjoy miles of trails, camping opportunities, and even cross-country skiing, provided you go in the right season and provided you can actually enjoy this exhausting activity. The reservation features more than 125 miles of trails, with some loops of only a mile’s length, others which will require long hours of trekking.The Best Hike Near Providence – Lime Rock PreserveThere are plenty of other hiking opportunities near Providence, RI, so where do I get off calling this one the best? The word near is the operative; it’s located about 10 minutes from the state capitol’s downtown, so you’ll be there by the time that next Morning Edition segment wraps up. You can fully explore this petite but lovely 130 acre preserve in a single day, and you can enjoy its easy trails for as little as an hour or a whole morning or afternoon.A Hard Hike Near New York – Devil’s PathIf you thought you had to go west to get your ass kicked by a hike, try heading a bit upstate, instead. Just a two hour drive from the bustle of NYC, this savage day hike through the Catskill Mountains will try the mettle of even the serious mountain man. This trek requires near technical clambering and climbing in some portions, and will see you traverse 9,000 feet worth of elevation (gain and loss – the high point is just 3,880 feet in actual elevation) during the 24 mile adventure. Bring lots of water, plenty of food, boots that protect your ankles, and check the damn forecast before you head out!Yes, There’s Hiking In New Jersey – Sunfish PondAnd in fact not only does the Garden State have hiking, it even has glacial lakes at 1,000 feet above sea level. Who knew!? Well, lots of people, you now among them. Anyway, the hike to and around Sunfish Pond is a 5.5 mile loop that’s sure to please most trekkers during the warmer months. (In winter, the area boasts ice climbing opportunities, FYI.) Part of the loop lines up with the famed Appalachian Trail, so if you’re not above flagrant misrepresentation, once you’ve hiked around Sunfish Pond, you can say you’ve hiked the Appalachian Trail.Hiking Near Washington DC – Sky Meadows State ParkOnce you break free of Beltway traffic, you can reach Sky Meadows State Park in a little over an hour (this by car, not foot, for the record). There you’ll find a nature preserve sprawling over nearly 1,900 acres of pristine woodlands, pastures, and wetlands teeming with avian and mammalian life. There are trails for hiking and horseback riding, areas for overnight camping, and a monthly amateur astronomy night. And as you might expect given the area’s name, there are plenty of wide open meadows affording stunning vistas of the rolling hills and miles of forestland. The Best Wine Country Regions in the U.S. for Outdoor Adventures 12 Reasons South Dakota Deserves Your Attention Nevada’s Massacre Rim Named Latest International Dark Sky Sanctuary Editors’ Recommendations The Best Campgrounds Near Major U.S. Citieslast_img read more

Cease Trade Order Revoked Against Tatamagouche Company

first_imgThe Nova Scotia Securities Commission has revoked the temporary cease trade order against Ocean Links Investments Inc. The company, a Nova Scotia Community Economic Development Corporation, has filed the required continuous disclosure documents. The hearing scheduled for Thursday, May 9, has been cancelled. To view the order, visit the Enforcement Section under the What’s New page at www.gov.ns.ca/nssc/whatsnew.asp. The Nova Scotia Securities Commission is the provincial government agency responsible for regulating trading in securities in the province. -30-last_img read more

Down the rink Columbus Blue Jackets recap – Week 10

The Columbus Blue Jackets won two of three games last week and captured a two-point lead in the Metropolitan division. Credit: Courtesy of TNSArtemi Panarin stole the show in a pivotal divisional battle last Friday. The left winger tallied a career-high five assists in the Columbus Blue Jackets (19-10-1, 39 points) 5-3 win at the New Jersey Devils. He also tied the franchise record of most individual assists in a game.The result proved pivotal after an embarrassing 4-1 loss against the Devils at home just three days earlier. With that win, the Blue JacketsArtemi Panarin stole the show in a pivotal divisional battle last Friday. The left winger tallied a career-high five assists in the Columbus Blue Jackets (19-10-1, 39 points) 5-3 win at the New Jersey Devils. He also tied the franchise record of most individual assists in a game.The result proved pivotal after an embarrassing 4-1 loss against the Devils at home just three days earlier. With that win, the Blue Jackets passed the Devils for first place in the Metropolitan division. Saturday’s 1-0 win against the league cellar-dweller, Arizona Coyotes, gave Columbus a three-point advantage over the Devils and two-point lead over Washington.Here are a few story lines from the 10th week of the Blue Jackets’ season.Benching AtkinsonHead coach John Tortorella has not had the consistent production early this season as he expected. The three leading returning scorers from last season — Cam Atkinson, Alexander Wennberg and Nick Foligno — rank seventh, eighth and ninth, respectively, in scoring this year. Each of them is averaging less than half a point per game. Something had to change, so Tortorella sent a message and made Atkinson a healthy scratch Saturday against Arizona.It’s not uncommon for a coach to make such a move, especially for Tortorella, who made second-line defenseman David Savard a healthy scratch on Nov. 17. However, it’s always significant.The offense hasn’t been consistent in scoring all season. The Blue Jackets currently sit 22nd in the league with 2.76 goals per contest, which should be much higher considering the abundance of young talent on the top three lines.Atkinson’s pointless streak sits at six games and has recorded six goals, three assists in 25 games.Artemi Panarin surgingLosing two games against the division’s top team in one week would’ve been nothing short of devastating for the Blue Jackets. Panarin made sure that didn’t happen.Trailing 2-0 early, Panarin made a play nearly every time the puck hit his stick. He continually found the open man with incredible instinct, assisting on all five goals in Columbus’ 5-3 win. He created turnovers in the neutral zone, in the offensive zone and made smart no-look passes to empty spaces on odd-man rushes.He had another point on Saturday, 30 seconds after the opening faceoff for the only goal of the contest.Panarin continues to see goal-scoring opportunities, but until some of the forwards mentioned earlier can pick up the scoring, defenses will key on Panarin’s heavy right-handed shot from the left wing. His ability to consistently distribute the puck could be the leading factor in improved scoring on lines without Panarin, Pierre-Luc Dubois and Josh Anderson.Penalty kill winning gamesQuite literally, the Blue Jackets’ penalty kill has been game-defining. Panarin took a double-minor penalty in the final 2:53 of Saturday’s game, which left a huge opportunity for the Coyotes to send it to overtime. The penalty kill did its job and was a perfect 9-for-9 during the week.The power play continues to be the worst in the league and hasn’t shown any signs of consistent improvement. If it’s any consolation for fans, the penalty kill might be one to count on. Its success is impossible to ignore at this point.Injury reportDefenseman Ryan Murray was placed on injured reserve retroactive to Nov. 27 with an upper-body injury.Looking aheadThe Blue Jackets have two divisional battles this week against the Islanders and Hurricanes. The Isles have lost three straight and are playing Columbus for the first time since opening night Oct. 6 when the Jackets won 5-0 at Nationwide Arena.This will be Columbus’ final meeting with Carolina this season. The Blue Jackets are 2-1 in the season series, with wins in overtime and a shootout. Top performers (skaters)Artemi Panarin – six assists (19), six points (26), +3Pierre-Luc Dubois – one goal (5), one assist (8), two points (13), +1Seth Jones – two assists (12), two points (15), +3Oliver Bjorkstrand – two assists (11), two points (16)Goaltending:Sergei Bobrovsky – 2-1-0 (16-7-1), 2.32 goals allowed average (2.05), 88 saves, .926 save percentage (.930)In the circle (faceoff record, faceoff win percentage, EV record, PP record, SH record)Brandon Dubinsky – 40-17, 70.2, 34-12, 0-0, 6-5 Pierre-Luc Dubois – 23-24, 48.9, 23-24, 0-0, 0-0Alexander Wennberg – 13-23, 36.1, 11-20, 1-1, 1-2Lukas Sedlak – 15-7, 68.2, 15-16, 0-0, 0-1Nick Foligno – 6-7, 46.2, 4-4, 1-1, 1-2Boone Jenner – 5-5, 50.0, 1-1, 4-3, 0-1Overall: 47.1 percent, ranked 29thSpecial teams units:Powerplay – 0-for-6 vs. New Jersey; 1-for-2 at New Jersey; 0-for-2 vs. ArizonaOverall: 8-for-85 (9.4 percent), ranked 31stPenalty kill – 1-for-1 vs. New Jersey; 4-for-4 at New Jersey; 4-for-4 vs. ArizonaOverall: 66-for-77 (85.7 percent), ranked thirdUp next:12/12 – vs. Edmonton (12-15-2)12/14 – vs. New York Islanders (16-10-3)12/16 – at Carolina (11-10-7) read more

Can The Midfield Carry The US Womens National Team Past France

Rose LavelleUSA5.703.42 The U.S. has solidified the middle of the fieldInternational players* who averaged three or more progressive passes and tackles per 90 minutes, 2017-19 The story of the U.S. women’s national team has almost always been its goal-scorers. In the past, the team could count on an Abby Wambach or an Alex Morgan, and when a midfielder like Carli Lloyd stepped up to support, it was her goal-scoring, again, that made the difference. The problems for the U.S. typically lie a little further back down the pitch. At the World Cup in Canada in 2015, the team needed the last-minute addition of Morgan Brian to balance its midfield and get past Germany en route to the final.This year, the situation is reversed. Going into a match against France that could easily decide the World Cup winner, the Americans have reason to be confident in its midfield but increasingly concerned about a suddenly shaky forward line.Manager Jill Ellis has preached an aggressive possession approach, seeking to control the ball but use that control for penetration into the attacking third. That is not an easy balance to strike, at least not without leaving the defense exposed to counterattacks, but it’s possible if your players are good enough.Lindsey Horan came into the World Cup recognized as probably the top central midfielder in the world, and if anything, she has been outshone by her midfield mates Sam Mewis and Rose Lavelle in this tournament. With this squad, Ellis has preferred a 4-3-3 formation to the team’s previous 4-4-2, effectively trading a central striker out for a central midfielder. The three-woman midfield features one deeper-lying holding midfielder and two more advanced in front of her. The team was prepared to play Julie Ertz at the base of midfield and push Horan further up the pitch, but in the final group match against Sweden, Ellis went with the Horan-Mewis-Lavelle trio.These three were the team’s statistical standouts coming into the World Cup. Among players with at least 1,000 minutes played in international matches tracked by Opta since 2017, few midfielders can match the U.S. trio for all-around production. The three are among the very best in the world at the combination of ball-winning and ball-progression, among players with at least three tackles and interceptions won per 90 minutes as well as three progressive passes and runs per 90.1Progressive passes are defined as passes which advance the ball 10 to 15 yards beyond its furthest progression in the move or into the penalty area. Ertz misses the chart because while she has the excellent ball-winning numbers (4.8 tackles and interceptions per 90) you would expect from a defensive midfielder, her 1.8 progressive passes per 90 reflect her lesser skill at advancing the ball.When both Lavelle and Mewis join Horan, the U.S. is basically impossible to match up with in midfield. Each player is capable of making a defense-splitting pass or run, as well as cleaning up defensively behind whoever takes a turn attacking.This kind of midfield production was expected from Mewis and Horan, but Lavelle has been a surprise. Despite her excellent ball-winning numbers for the national team, the smaller Lavelle has been cast typically as a “number 10,” an attacking midfielder. Playing in a 4-3-3 at the World Cup, however, Lavelle has continued to show her strength in the press, with five tackles and four interceptions in a little over 200 minutes.In the round of 16 against Spain, Ertz got the call while Horan rested to avoid a yellow card suspension. One might suggest that Ertz’s less aggressive approach might have been responsible for the U.S.’s rather blah performance, but the statistics suggest the problem lies elsewhere. The U.S. successfully moved the ball into the final third in open play 38 times, but created only three shots from these moves. This rate — of shots created among balls in the final third — is under 8 percent, the second-lowest of any team that played in the knockouts. Seventeen of those final third entries came from direct attacking moves,2Direct attacking moves are defined as sustained possession actions in which at least 50 percent of the ball movement is toward goal. the fourth-best total among the 16 teams in the knockouts, but only one generated a shot attempt in the move. That 6 percent success rate was the worst among the teams in the round.Against Spain, the U.S. forwards struggled to turn dangerous possessions into scoring chances. After winning an early penalty, Tobin Heath was not effective. Heath — usually the key outlet for the U.S. in attack and a skilled dribbler — couldn’t get on the ball, playing only 16 passes (fewest of the starters) and losing two of her three take-on attempts. The most worrying number for the U.S., however, was zero. That’s the number of shots Morgan attempted against Spain. Morgan was subbed out against Sweden after taking a knock and though she returned to start against Spain, the bruising Spanish defense kept her from finding space in the penalty area or on the break.Fortunately for the Americans, if Morgan is hurting or the wide forwards are slumping, the team’s attacking power runs deep. Carli Lloyd, Christen Press and Mallory Pugh are three of the top goal creators in the women’s game over the last few years. PlayerCountryGoalsAssistsGoals and assists Sam MewisUSA3.293.67 Per 90 Minutes The biggest worry for the U.S. has to be Morgan. If the Orlando Pride striker is not fully fit, she is likely to struggle again against France.Ellis, then, faces two high-stakes decisions before the quarterfinal. First, will she roll with the more aggressive Horan-Mewis-Lavelle midfield, or will she go more conservative by deploying Ertz at defensive midfielder? The defensive strength that Horan, Mewis and Lavelle have shown in this tournament is an argument for including them and, thus, maximizing ball movement in the center of the pitch. Second, and more importantly, which forwards are ready to take on the great French defense? Heath, who probably just had an ill-timed off match, should be favored to bounce back. Morgan’s fitness is more of a worry. But however Ellis assesses her starting forwards, the options to replace one are rich and varied. Press and Lloyd would offer two different looks at striker. Pugh could spell either winger or give the team an interchanging, hard-to-mark front three.The midfield, especially with the three best passers on the pitch, should be good enough to carry the team. But if the front line doesn’t show up, the U.S. once again risks wasting the good ball progression from midfield. Amandine HenryFrance3.693.12 Tobin HeathUSA0.560.320.89 Jackie GroenenNetherlands4.483.09 Carli LloydUSA0.560.220.78 * Minimum of 1,000 minutes in matches tracked by OptaSource: Opta Caroline SegerSweden3.973.06 Valérie GauvinFrance0.710.160.87 Lina MagullGermany3.193.54 Christen PressUSA0.280.500.78 Vivianne MiedemaNetherlands1.130.311.44 Caitlin FoordAustralia0.620.441.06 Lindsey HoranUSA4.813.28 The U.S. is deep in goal creatorsInternational players* with the most open-play goals and assists per 90 minutes, 2017-2019 Alex MorganUSA0.680.170.85 * Minimum of 1,000 minutes in matches tracked by OptaSource: Opta Sports PlayerteamTackles and interceptionsProgressive passes Samantha KerrAustralia1.090.361.45 Check out our latest Women’s World Cup predictions. Emily van EgmondAustralia3.273.27 Ellen WhiteEngland0.680.230.91 Mallory PughUSA0.490.270.76 read more

Cannabisbased medicines blocked for routine use in NHS as watchdogs demand evidence

Because use of cannabis-based drugs was banned under all circumstances until so recently, so such evidence exists.NHS England yesterday pledged to begin “one or more” randomised control trials looking at CBMPs for severe treatment-resistant epileptic children. It will also offer full genome sequencing to all children under consideration for treatment with medical cannabis.The Medicinal Cannabis Clinicians Society said it was wrong to apply the same standard of evidence to CBMPs to other drugs and accused the Nice committee as being biased against cannabis.Genevieve Edwards, from the MS Society, said: “MS is relentless, painful and disabling and yet not a single person with MS has benefited from medicinal cannabis being legalised nine months ago.” “The government and the companies behind Sativex need to make people with MS a priority.”Nabilone, the first cannabis-drug to be approved for routine use in the NHS, is a synthetic product that mimics the effects of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the component that makes recreational cannabis users “high”.Already licensed, It will become available to patients suffering with chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting which has not responded to conventional medicine. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Last year’s redesignation of CBPMs from Schedule 1 to Schedule 2 of the Misuse of Drugs Regulations means specialist doctors are permitted to prescribe them.In the absence of Nice guidelines, however, they may be personally liable if something goes wrong.Dr Keith Ridge, chief pharmaceutical officer at NHS, said: “Without sufficient evidence to help them balance potential benefits against potential harms when they are deciding whether to prescribe medicinal cannabis to children with very severe epilepsy, it is clear that clinicians are very reluctant to prescribe.”Nice is considered arguably the most rigorous agency of its kind in the world because it demands copious evidence from clinical trials before signing off drugs as safe, effective, and good value for money. Cannabis-based drugs controversially legalised by the government have been blocked by NHS watchdogs because there is insufficient evidence they are safe.The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) yesterday called for fast-tracked clinical trials after concluding it could not recommend cannabis-based medicinal products (CBMP) for routine use.The drugs were decriminalised by Sajid Javid last November following the high-profile campaign in support of Alfie Dingley, a severely epileptic child whose mother was being forced to seek treatment abroad.However, without Nice approval only a tiny handful of doctors are qualified and willing to prescribe CBMPs, meaning they are virtually impossible to obtain in practice.Last night patient charities were left devastated by the Nice decision, saying it denies effective treatment to thousands of people.Any accompanying report by NHS England blamed last year’s “rapid-rescheduling” of CBPMs for leading to a “very high expectation from patients and their families that they would be able to access these medicines on the NHS”.The criticism echoes findings published last month by the Health Select Committee.As well as blocking the routine use of cannabis-based epilepsy treatments on the NHS, the Nice draft guidance also refused to recommend Sativex, a cannabis-based epilepsy medicine, on the grounds it is not cost-effective. However, the body did approve Nabilone, a synthetic cannabis-based medicine for cancer patients struggling with side-effects of chemotherapy.Hannah Deacon, whose son Alfie Dingley is one of just two patients with an NHS prescription, said: “There are hundreds of thousands of people using cannabis-based medicines across the world and it’s having an enormously positive impact on their health.”She pointed out that America, Canada and other G7 countries had legalised medicinal cannabis, adding: “The UK is insisting on reinventing the wheel for no reason and the people who are suffering are patients.” read more

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first_imgThe top 10 most read stories on www.employeebenefits.co.uk between 16 and 22 February 2017 were:Argos to provide back pay to 37,000 employeesChessington World of Adventures recruits for toddlers to join staffGovernment consults on the sustainability of private sector defined benefit pensionsDebenhams tops government’s minimum wage non-compliance listTata Steel employees vote to accept pensions proposal42% overeat or eat unhealthily because of workplace stressEXCLUSIVE: Explore the evolving role and purpose of recognition at Employee Benefits Connect 201747% cite pay and remuneration as their biggest motivator at workEXCLUSIVE: Gain insight on artificial intelligence and the future of employee health at Employee Benefits Connect 2017Haseltine Lake launches global wellbeing activity programmelast_img read more

Officials search for suspect in suspicious Fort Lauderdale homicide

first_imgFORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are searching for a man they said was involved in the death of a woman found inside a Fort Lauderdale house.Fort Lauderdale Police are looking for 52-year-old Thomas Smith as a suspect in the death of Jennifer Silva.Silva’s body was found inside a home along Las Olas Boulevard and Southwest Eighth Avenue on Nov. 28.The exact cause of her death has not yet been released.If you have any information on Smith’s whereabouts, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $3,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Oil prices Fall over Concerns of Global Oversupply

first_imgOil prices fell in Asian trade on Wednesday as concerns over global oversupply outweighed the impact of a likely larger than expected draw in U.S. crude stocks and a weakening dollar.Asian investors focused on OPEC production figures that showed members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries produced around 3 million barrels of oil per day more than daily demand in the second quarter, a Reuters survey showed.”Glut is the word,” said Ric Spooner, chief market analyst at Sydney’s CMC Markets.OPEC members pumped 31.25 million barrels per day (bpd) in the second quarter against demand of 28.26 million bpd, the Reuters data showed.Both Brent and U.S. crude came off session lows on Tuesday after data from industry group the American Petroleum Institute showed U.S. commercial crude stocks fell by 1.9 million barrels last week to 462 million, against analysts’ expectations of a 184,000 barrel draw.”It was the first time since July 14 the market has seen any sign of a bit of a bounce, albeit temporary,” Spooner said.The Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration will release official U.S. oil inventory data later on Wednesday.Brent futures for September delivery fell 14 cents to $53.16 as of 0236 GMT after falling 17 cents in the previous session when it hit an intra-day low of $52.28, its lowest since Feb. 2, on concerns over China’s stock market plunge.U.S. crude for September delivery dropped 12 cents to $47.86 a barrel, after ending the previous session up 59 cents.Investors were also awaiting the outcome of a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting later on Wednesday that could confirm a rise in U.S. interest rates as early as September.A stronger dollar makes dollar-denominated commodities, including oil, more expensive for buyers using other currencies.Spooner expected the Fed to confirm market expectations of an increase in interest rates this year.”But the rate of increase will be very modest,” he said.”My view is the dollar is positioned for a bit of a decline,” because any hike had already been priced into currency markets, Spooner said.The dollar slipped against a basket of six major currencies in Asian trade on Wednesday, while the euro gained against the dollar. The dollar index fell to 96.505, or 0.27 percent, after closing up at 96.745 in the previous session.last_img read more

BNP going through tough time Fakhrul

first_imgBNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir. File PhotoBangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Saturday said their party has been passing through a critical juncture due to the current government’s ‘misrule’, reports UNB.”BNP has been going through a critical time since our chairperson Khaleda Zia has been kept in jail in false cases due to a plot by the government which imposed misrule on people by usurping power,” he said.Fakhrul came up with the remarks while talking to reporters after placing a wreath at the grave of former BNP secretary general Khandaker Delwar Hossain in Manikganj’s Pachuria, marking the eight death anniversary of the late leader.To overcome the current situation, the BNP leader said they are now working to reorganise their party.He said their party will intensify their movement for ensuring the release of Khaleda Zia from jail and restoring people’s lost rights.”We’ll dislodge the current fascist and autocratic regime through a movement together with people,” the BNP leader said.Fakhrul said their party is proud of being the full member of Asia Pacific Democrat Union (APDU), and hoped that the organisation will play a positive role in ‘restoring’ democracy in Bangladesh.BNP’s status was upgraded from associate to full membership at a meeting of the APDU Council in Colombo on Friday while Fakhrul was elected one of the three vice-chairmen of the organisation.Fakhrul recalled Khandaker Delwar’s role in keeping the party organised during the 1/11 political changeover.The BNP secretary general along with party’s joint secretaries general Khandaker Mahbubuddin Khokon and Syed Moazzem Hossain Alal reached Pachuria around 1:30pm.They together with local BNP leaders placed a wreath at Delwar’s grave and offered fateha there on the occasion.last_img read more

Billionaire Investor Carl Icahn Sets Eye on Apple

first_img Register Now » The latest apple of Carl Icahn’s eye is Apple.The billionaire investor took to Twitter on Tuesday to tease his latest target, Apple, which he said was “extremely undervalued.” He also disclosed he had taken a “large position” in the company, which soared on the news.Icahn said he spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook about the company launching a larger buyback of its shares. Apple, in a statement, acknowledged the two had spoken, calling the conversation “very positive.”Apple has been under fire to return more cash to its shareholders. In April, the company said it that, through a combination of buybacks and dividend payments, it would give $100 billion to shareholders by the end of 2015. Had a nice conversation with Tim Cook today. Discussed my opinion that a larger buyback should be done now. We plan to speak again shortly. — Carl Icahn (@Carl_C_Icahn) August 13, 2013 We currently have a large position in APPLE. We believe the company to be extremely undervalued. Spoke to Tim Cook today. More to come. — Carl Icahn (@Carl_C_Icahn) August 13, 2013Related: Apple Expected to Reveal New iPhone September 10 1 min read August 13, 2013center_img Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right.last_img read more

Prostate Radiotherapy Outcomes Better for AfricanAmericans Than Caucasian Patients

first_img Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD 12PreviousNext The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more center_img Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more Related Content October 30, 2018 — While popular beliefs and population data suggest that African-American men are at higher risk of dying from prostate cancer than caucasian men, a new analysis of genetic data from a large prospective registry and clinical data from several randomized trials indicates that African-American patients may have comparatively higher cure rates when treated with radiation therapy. The study, which is the first report demonstrating improved prostate cancer outcomes for black men, was presented wat the 2018 annual meeting of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO).“Our findings suggest that African-American race is not independently associated with worse prostate cancer outcomes,” said lead author Daniel Spratt, M.D., an associate professor and chief of the genitourinary radiotherapy program at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center. “When we started this project, we had the commonly-held assumption that African-American men harbor more aggressive disease that leads to lower survival rates. We were surprised, however, that they appear to be more responsive than Caucasian men to radiation therapy and have improved outcomes following this treatment.”Cancer registries have reported that black men appear to be at higher risk of dying from aggressive prostate cancer, with an incidence rate almost 60 percent higher and a mortality rate two-to-three times greater than white men. What remains unclear, however, are how socioeconomic versus biological factors contribute to these disparities.The two-part study from Spratt’s team examined biological factors that drive responses to prostate cancer treatment and may explain the disparity in outcomes. The team first investigated differences in how specific genes were expressed in tumor samples from 17,003 men (1,953 or 11.5 percent African-American) with prostate cancer, focusing on androgen receptor activity — a key driver of prostate cancer — and sensitivity to radiation, as well as outcomes following radiation therapy.Tumors with low androgen receptor activity were significantly more likely to develop distant metastases within ten years (37 percent vs. 17 percent, p=0.008), and tumors from African-American men were significantly more likely to have low androgen receptor activity (p<0.001). Low androgen receptor activity was an independent predictor of distant metastasis even after adjusting for Gleason grade, T-stage, PSA level, margin status after surgery, and lymph node invasion (p=0.03).Tumors from African-American men also were more likely, however, to have indicators of increased sensitivity to radiation therapy: decreased expression of the double-strand DNA repair pathway (p<0.001), increased expression of immune pathways (p<0.001), and increased radiosensitivity as predicted by a 24-gene prostate cancer radiation sensitivity score developed by the research team. Increased radiotherapeutic sensitivity suggests that African-American patients have improved outcomes when treated with radiation.“Differences in gene expression between African-American and Caucasian patients revealed that African-American patients had lower DNA repair and more immunogenic tumors, both of which have been shown to predict better responses to radiation therapy,” Spratt said.Next, researchers examined outcomes from 5,854 patients (19.3 percent African-American) in four large NRG Oncology/RTOG  randomized prostate cancer trials (NRG-RTOG 9202, 9408, 9413 and 9910). This meta-analysis showed that African-American men treated with radiation therapy, compared to Caucasian men, were less likely to see their cancer return or spread.Specifically, African-American patients in these trials had lower rates of biochemical cancer recurrence (hazard ratio (HR) 0.82, 95% CI 0.74, 0.92; p=0.0005) and distant metastasis (HR 0.70, 95%CI 0.57, 0.86; p=0.0008), even after controlling for age, performance status, PSA, Gleason grade, T-stage, N-stage and hormone therapy use.Spratt, who also co-chairs the radiobiology and radiotherapy working group for the Prostate Cancer Foundation, said the team’s findings, coupled with other recent analyses, confirm that the seeming racial disparities for prostate cancer are rooted more in societal causes than biology.“Our results directly question previously held beliefs from population-based registry data that African-American men independently have worse prostate cancer outcomes than caucasian men,” he explained. “These findings strengthen the notion that most of the observed disparity found in population datasets regarding stage-for-stage outcomes between African-American and Caucasian men are reflective of social constructs and not rooted in biology.”“Not only did both groups generally have similar prognoses, but African-American men treated with radiation therapy actually had higher rates of cure and excellent outcomes. Patients should be treated irrespective of race,” he added.For more information: astro.orgRead more about the Late-breaking Radiation Therapy Clinical Trials at ASTRO 2018. Feature | Prostate Cancer | October 30, 2018 Prostate Radiotherapy Outcomes Better for African-Americans Than Caucasian Patients News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a... read morelast_img read more

Solar plane ready to leave Japan for Hawaii

first_img 5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes Comments   Share   The airplane carries no fuel, so project engineers are using simulations to determine when it is safe to fly. The first Pacific leg is the riskiest because there is no place to land.Borschberg had been waiting for a weather front stretching from Alaska to Taiwan to clear enough for him to leave the central Japanese city of Nagoya. He landed there on June 1 due to weather worries between Nanjing, China, and Hawaii — at 8,175 kilometers (5,079 miles) the longest leg of the round-the-world journey which began in Abu Dhabi.The length of the journey means that the weather forecasts the project’s simulators use to decide if it is safe to embark are at their limits of reliability, he said. Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Top Stories Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facilitycenter_img NAGOYA, Japan (AP) — A solar-powered plane delayed by weather and repair work is ready to resume its around-the-world journey, set to leave central Japan for Hawaii early Wednesday if conditions permit.Swiss pilot Andre Borschberg is flying the plane solo during the roughly five-day trip. He plans to take short naps, do yoga and meditate to endure the lack of sleep.“As a pilot you learn not to sleep when you fly. I needed time to accept that I could sleep and I could trust what the airplane was doing,” he told reporters in Tokyo last week. Sponsored Stories New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Check your body, save your lifelast_img read more

Katy Rockett appointed to Managing Director North America

first_imgKaty Rockett appointed to Managing Director North AmericaKaty Rockett appointed to Managing Director North AmericaExodus Travels has appointed Katy Rockett to Managing Director – North America, effective immediately. With her expertise in the adventure travel industry, Rockett helped spearhead the UK’s leading adventure tour operator’s expansion into the U.S. and Canadian markets, opening Exodus’ first dedicated North American office in Toronto in 2014. In the past two years, Exodus has seen considerable growth in the U.S. and Canadian markets. Dedicated to building on its initial success in North America, Rockett and her dynamic team will further strengthen Exodus Travels’ position as a leading global adventure tour operator and travel authority.“Katy has played a vital role in launching the brand in the North American market,” said Andrew Appleyard, Vice President – Global Sales, Exodus Travels. “Her wealth of expertise and genuine spirit are essential during this next period of exponential growth for Exodus.”A key priority will continue to be developing strong relationships with travel advisors while making it easy and fun for them to share Exodus’ 600 + affordable and innovative hiking, cycling, cultural and responsible wildlife tours in more than 100 countries worldwide with their clients.During her tenure as Exodus’ Marketing Manager, North America, Rockett displayed outstanding leadership abilities, an enthusiasm and passion for marketing, promotions and adventure travel, and extensive product knowledge. In two years, she helped build a loyal customer base among consumers and agents and drove significant traffic and leads through strategic marketing initiatives. An industry veteran, Rockett first entered the travel industry as a marketing intern for Intrepid Travel. She was quickly promoted to Marketing and PR Specialist before moving to the Intrepid Group as Marketing Manager and later joining Exodus Travels in 2014.About Exodus TravelsCelebrating 43 years, leading adventure tour operator Exodus has a vast range of adventure and activity holidays across seven continents, offering places as diverse and as exhilarating as Kilimanjaro, Machu Picchu, the Ice Hotel and Antarctica. Whether it is solo travelers, couples, groups or families, Exodus offers an incredible choice of trips for all ages and activity levels. Operating in 100+ countries with 600+ tours, Exodus insists on low impact tourism and contributing to local communities.Source = Exodus Travelslast_img read more

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