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first_img Defending champions Fort International are expected to win their opening game of the season as they play against Mechanical Strikers in the City of Kingston Cooperative Credit Union-sponsored Jamaica Domino Federation Portmore/ St Catherine League which begins tomorrow. The game which will be played on the Passagefort Drive-based Fort is one of 10 matches scheduled. In other games, Ken’s Wildflower are at home at Portmore Plaza, against Links United (formerly Spit Fyah). Spit Fyah were runners-up, in the just concluded Jamaica Domino Council Association (JDCA) Premier League, to champions Caribbean Classic. In other games Right Stuff entertain Chedwin Strikers at Waterford; Masterpiece welcome Eradication at Old Harbour Road; Naggo Head host Waterhouse at the Naggo Head Taxi stand; Spring Village are at home against Frasziers Whip. Correctional Services await Garveymeade at Spanish Town Prison Oval; Soursop Tree host Memory Lane at Jolly’s Restaurant, Port Henderson Road; Felluchi Strikers play Passagefort United at Old Harbour Road and Exceptional International take on Braeton All Stars in Spanish Town, all games begin at 11:30 p.m. Caribbean Classic cop domino title Edgewater and Racing United will tomorrow play for the first silverware of the 2016-2017 season of the Pines Imaging Centre-sponsored Portmore Division Two Football League at the Racing field. Match time is 3 p.m. Both clubs registered wins in the fifth round to book their spots in the final. Edgewater defeated Cumberland 3-1 while Racing blanked Caymanas Gardens 3-0. In other games last Sunday Braeton drew 2-2 with Waterford and Westchester clipped Three West FC 1-0. Portmore United were merciless on their quarter-final opponents Bodles FC as they clobbered them 7-0 at the Spanish Town Prison Oval recently. Ricardo Morris (18th, 65th), Malique Foster (36th, 53rd) Tremaine Stewart (8th), Suelae McCalla (71st) and Radian Jennings (75th) were on the scoresheet. In other quarter-final games Naggo Head outscored Federal United 3-2, and Newlands eliminated Cedar Grove 2-1. Caribbean Classic placed another trophy in their glittering cabinet after they defeated arch-rivals Spit Fyah 300-270 in the final of the Jamaica Domino Council Association Premier League on the grounds of National Housing Trust (NHT) last Sunday. Bull Bay United took third place, as they staved off a strong challenge from Braeton All Stars and won by five points (300-295) in a count-down.center_img Portmore clobber Bodles 7-0 in KO match Edgewater, Racing United in mid-season final Fort opens against Mechanical Strikerslast_img read more

India Today Conclave 2019: Sunil Gavaskar predicts India vs England World Cup final

first_imgFormer captain Sunil Gavaskar has predicted an India vs England final at the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019 in May.India are one of the favourites to lift the trophy for the third time but it will be easier said than done for Virat Kohli’s team.”It certainly is an India vs England final. I think the best thing for Virat is that he has got MS Dhoni around him – Virat has to be in the deep. From the deep, it’s not always possible.. that’s when MSD comes into play. That is Virat’s biggest plus.”He has got a bowling attack which can take wickets in any kind of conditions. 390 is not going to happen with this Indian bowling attack. All-round, the team that has got, is the team that is being moulded by MSK Prasad and his co-selectors,” Gavaskar said at the India Today Conclave 2019.Former Australian opener Matthew Hayden meanwhile, feels the World Cup is going to be a three-horse race between India, hosts England and Australia.”Three-horse race. Australia should be there. India and England. They feel the home pressure and that gives Australia and India a great chance,” Hayden at the Conclave.2015-World Cup winning skipper Michael Clarke however, had a different take on the winner of the tournament.”I believe the most courageous team will win the World Cup. Australia in regards to the competition are trying to compete as opposed to trying to win. Selection has got to be courageous. Five or six teams can win it. The key is to make to make it to the semi-finals,” Clarke said.advertisementlast_img read more