Burnley need a win to avoid relegation from Premier League

first_imgThe basement side have to win today’s relegation battle with Hull who will start the day just outside the drop zone.Burnley manager Sean Dyche knows that his side need a slice of luck.That match is one of five games that will kick-off at 3pm this afternoon. Aston Villa can ease themselves further clear of the drop zone with a win at home to West Ham, while in-form Leicester take-on Southampton and Newcastle will aim to stop their miserable run of form at home to West Brom.Away from the relegation battle, Stoke will host Tottenham at the Brittania Stadium.The early kick-off today in the Premier League is at Goodison Park, where Everton will clash with Sunderland in a 12:45 start.Later this evening, Manchester United will look to cement their hold on a top-four spot as they travel to Selhurst Park to play Crystal Palace in a half-past five kick-off.last_img read more

Revealed:Mohammed Alhassan appointed as PRO of Inter Allies FC

first_imgThe management and directors of newly promoted Ghana premier league side Inter Allies football club have appointed ace broadcast sports journalist Mohammed Alhassan as the club’s Public/Media Relations Officer.A statement signed by the club’s Delali Eric Senaya, Chief Executive and brands manager , says the appointment forms part of the newcomers strategic plans to position themselves in the public, as well as promote the club’s image in the 2013/2014 premier league.Alhassan who has over ten years of media experience would be in charge of human relations, communications and Marketing of Inter Allies FC with immediate effect.The Club and its Soccer Academy is owned and run by Three Directors namely Omar EL-Eter, Rabeh EL-Eter, and Delali Eric Senaye.last_img

NBA and coronavirus: No positive COVID-19 tests reported on day before restart

first_imgA statement from the NBA and the National Basketball Players’ Association (NBPA) detailed 344 tests had taken place in the league’s on-site ‘bubble’ since the previous results were announced on July 20, with no players providing any cause for concern.There were similarly zero positives from 346 tests in the previous batch. On July 13, two players returned positives from 322 tests.The 22 participating teams each played three inter-squad scrimmages in the seven days up to and including Tuesday this week.The NBA and NBPA have announced the following: pic.twitter.com/ePfr1JFeOk— NBA (@NBA) July 29, 2020 The NBA has completed its final round of COVID-19 testing before the resumption of the 2019-20 season, with no players testing positive.The New Orleans Pelicans face the Utah Jazz and the Los Angeles Lakers take on the Los Angeles Clippers in a double header on Thursday at Walt Disney World, Orlando.last_img read more