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Jones hits 3 homers, all-Black Chicago team wins LLWS opener

first_imgChicago’s Pierce Jones (23) hits a two-run home run off Lynnwood, Wash. pitcher Logan Kruse during the third inning of a Little League baseball game in United States pool play at the Little League World Series tournament in South Williamsport, Pa., Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — Moments after Chicago beat Lynnwood, Washington, on Thursday in the Little League World Series, outfielder Pierce Jones looked at his phone — and had to turn it off.“I didn’t want to deal with all the notifications,” Jones said.Jones had three homers and four RBIs in Jackie Robinson West’s 12-2 victory in five innings.Manager Darold Butler the players on the all-Black team hear about the support in and around Chicago, but that they do haven’t grasped the magnitude.“I know for a fact they don’t know how big it is, or what exactly is going on at home,” Butler said. “It’s just baseball to them.”Jones homered leading off in the first inning, and also tripled in the game. Shortstop Ed Howard added a two-run homer in the second inning.Chicago scored five runs in the third inning. Logan Kruse relieved Ian Michael, and Chicago capitalized on a passed ball and other misplays behind the plate.For Chicago, pitcher Joshua Houston settled down after Lynnwood scored two in the first. Houston went four innings, striking out seven and giving up two hits.“We’re just trying to make the city proud. We’re trying to make the state proud,” Butler said. “From the batting practice we’ve been taking here and the comeback win that got us here, the kids have been very relaxed. … I felt good going into this game.”last_img read more

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‘Being able to play football is not enough’ – Chiellini urges players to study

first_img“Studying helped me relieve some of the pressure in the world of football, and kept my brain sharp,” said the Juventus captain.But only 13 percent of footballers have a higher education compared to 53 percent of men in Europe, says FIFPro.“As a footballer, at 20 years old you feel indestructible and able to do anything in football,” said Chiellini.“But at 35 your career is more or less finished. You then have the rest of your life in front of you, and just being able to play football is not enough.“Only a few players manage to find a job in football. There’s also the risk of depression, and there are many former players with financial problems because they have not thought about what they are going to do, they have not opened their minds by studying.”The towering defender from Pisa started his career at Tuscany club Livorno before joining Roma, with a season spent on loan at Fiorentina before signing for Juventus in 2005.“As a footballer, you need to start thinking about life after football at the beginning of your career, not at the end,” added Chiellini who has also played 99 times for Italy.“If you are not sharp in matches you can’t make the quick decisions that you need to reach the top level in football.”As part of the ‘Mind the Gap’ campaign, player development managers (PDMs) will be appointed at several national player associations to help footballers prepare for life after retirement.“The statistics show each year professional footballers are not as prepared as other workers to enter the employment market outside football,” FIFPro secretary general Theo van Seggelen said.“With this campaign, we are encouraging players and player associations to work together to correct this.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000“Studying helped relieve some of the pressure in the world of football,” said Juventus and Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini © AFP/File / JAVIER SORIANOMILAN, Italy, Oct 17 – Italy and Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini urged players to think more about their careers after football on Wednesday as he helped launch an education campaign led by global players’ union FIFPro.Chiellini, 34, studied for a degree in economics and a Masters in business administration at Turin University at the same time as winning seven straight Serie A titles with Juventus from 2012.last_img read more

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The warrior spirit, even when collecting garbage

first_imgQUANTICO, Va. – Here at “the crossroads of the Marine Corps,” some officers are uneasily pondering a paradox: No service was better prepared than the Marines for the challenges of post-invasion Iraq, yet no service has found its mission there more unsettling to its sense of itself. When asked in 1997 to describe the kind of conflict for which Marines were training, Gen. Charles Krulak, then the Corps’ commandant, replied with one word: “Chechnya.” He meant ethnic and sectarian conflict in an urban context. He spoke of “the three-block war” in which a Marine wraps a child in a blanket, then is a buffer between warring factions, then engages in combat, all within three city blocks. For Marines, however, fighting such a war for more than four years jeopardizes the skills essential to its core mission – combat as an expeditionary force. Marines have not conducted a major amphibious landing since Inchon in Korea, but the Corps, which specializes in operational maneuver from the sea, remains, in theory, a force that penetrates, performs, then departs. Marines say: The nation needs the Army, Navy and Air Force, but it wants the Marine Corps as an expeditionary power, more than just a miniaturized Army. Marines have an institutional memory of “small wars,” from the Philippines to Central America, and this competence serves them well in Iraq, which is, an officer here says, “a thousand microcosms.” But the exigencies of the protracted Iraq commitment have forced the Marines to adopt vehicles that are heavier and bigger than can easily travel with an expeditionary force on ships. And there is tension between the “nation-building” dimension of the Marines’ Iraq mission and the Corps’ distinctive warrior esprit, which is integral to why the nation wants the Corps. Because of the dispersed battlefield in Iraq, company commanders must make instantaneous decisions that battalion commanders used to make, and corporals are making decisions that officers used to make reflecting – and affecting – the Marine Corps’ ethics and core values. Still, “it’s a beautiful thing being in Iraq,” says one officer, “because you aren’t worrying about Corporal Jones stateside getting a DUI.” That is the durable voice of the Marine Corps, which is “first to fight,” and is happier when doing so than when dealing with garrison duties stateside or chores properly belonging to civilian agencies abroad. George Will’s e-mail address is georgewill@washpost.com. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Officers studying here at the Marine Corps University after tours in Iraq dutifully say they understand that they serve their combat mission – destroying the enemy – when they increase the host nation’s capacity for governance. Besides, says one officer, when his units are helping with garbage collection they know that “garbage collection is a matter of life and death because there are IEDs (improvised explosive devices) hidden under that garbage.” Still, no one becomes a Marine to collect garbage or otherwise nurture civil societies. And as one officer here notes with some asperity, there is “no Goldwater-Nichols Act for the rest of the government.” That act mandated “jointness” – collaborative operations – by the services. Civilian agencies that do not play well together have fumbled the ball in Iraq, and the military has been forced to pick it up. This draws the military deeper into the sensitive responsibility for tutoring civilians who assign the forces nonmilitary tasks. The political dimension of leadership training remains, however, secondary to instruction in military valor. The other services tend to teach leadership prescriptively, with rules. The Marines teach descriptively, with storytelling about what happened on the sea wall at Tarawa (1943), at Korea’s Chosin Reservoir (1950), in Vietnam’s Hue city (1968). But there is another story pertinent to providing military advice that can assure civilian comprehension of military functions. Early in the Kennedy administration, when there was talk about a U.S. invasion of Cuba, Gen. David M. Shoup, Marine commandant, gave President Kennedy and his advisers a tutorial. David Halberstam wrote in The Best and the Brightest: “First he took an overlay of Cuba and placed it over the map of the United States. To everybody’s surprise, Cuba was not a small island along the lines of, say, Long Island at best. It was about 800 miles long and seemed to stretch from New York to Chicago. Then he took another overlay, with a red dot, and placed it over the map of Cuba. `What’s that?’ someone asked him. `That, gentlemen, represents the size of the island of Tarawa,’ said Shoup, who had won a Medal of Honor there, `and it took us three days and 18,000 Marines to take it.”‘ last_img
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Victims of poor officiating

first_imgThe Sagehens have one of the best guards in the conference in David Knowles, who is averaging 16 points and just more than four assists. Whittier has been led by Matt Mesaros and Raphael Farlough. Mesaros, a senior guard, is averaging 13.5 points. Farlough, a sophomore forward, is averaging 12.9 points and 6.7 rebounds. Tip off is 7:30 tonight. The Poets then travel to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps for a game Saturday, also at 7:30 p.m. Rio Hondo’s women’s basketball team is off to a solid start after not having much recent success. The Roadrunners are 12-7 overall, 1-1 in the Foothill Conference heading into a game tonight at home against Victor Valley College. Tip-off is 5 p.m. Leading the way has been Kim Ramirez, a 5-foot-9 freshman out of St. Paul High School. She is averaging 14.1 points and 14.1 rebounds. Ramirez also is averaging 2.5 blocked shots and is shooting 56.9 percent from the field. But she is not alone. Ruby Catani is averaging 9.4 points and Elena Agabao and Crystal Fausto are averaging 7.8 and 7.2 points, respectively. robert.morales@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2213 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! However, Rio Hondo recently received some news that made its season more than worthwhile. The Roadrunners received a No. 6 national ranking in the season-ending poll put out by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. “This is the highest we’ve ever been ranked,” Brenes said. “It’s a tremendous accomplishment for our players and team, especially considering we’re talking the entire nation.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa AnitaThe Roadrunners finished 20-7-2 and registered postseason upsets over Mt. San Antonio College and L.A. Harbor. Rio Hondo was led by, among others, Carlos Lopez, Javier Delgadillo and Jeff Meyer. Whittier College has done well of late in men’s basketball. The Poets have won their past three games and tonight will take a 6-5 record into the beginning of SCIAC play. Unfortunately for Whittier, it will be traveling to Pomona-Pitzer for a game against the two-time defending conference champion Sagehens. Pomona-Pitzer is only 5-5, but it has played a very difficult nonconference schedule. Two of its losses were to UC San Diego, a Division II school, and Amherst College, which was ranked No. 4 in Division III. center_img Rio Hondo College, after a gut-wrenching 3-2 loss to Santa Rosa last month in the state men’s soccer semifinals in Fresno, was upset because it believed it had been victim of poor officiating. Said officiating, Roadrunners coach Orlando Brenes believed, allowed Santa Rosa a free kick that resulted in the game-winning goal in overtime. last_img read more

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Arsenal and Spurs want Man United ace, City eye ‘new Pirlo’, West Ham in fight

first_img Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Atletico Madrid are desperately trying to tie down Diego Godin to a new contract – to fend off renewed interest from Manchester United. Old Trafford boss Jose Mourinho wanted Godin last summer but ended up getting nowhere, yet United are still interested for next summer. (Daily Mirror)Everton have initiated talks with Manchester United over a move for Marcos Rojo in the January transfer window.The Argentine is yet to feature for the Red Devils this season and Jose Mourinho is happy to let him go in order to raise funds for a new centre-back in January. (Metro)Paulo Dybala has distanced himself from a move to Manchester United, despite revealing he wants to play alongside former Juventus teammate Paul Pogba again. (FULL STORY HERE)West Ham may have to pay £200,000 a week to keep Marko Arnautovic. That is the staggering figure being quoted to the club as they battle to keep their unsettled striker happy. (The Sun) Leeds United and Aston Villa are showing interest in signing Cardiff’s Kadeem Harris. (FULL STORY HERE)Manchester City have entered the transfer battle for Italian teen sensation Sandro Tonali. The Brescia midfielder is turning heads in Serie B at the moment and he has been compared to the legendary Andrea Pirlo. (FULL STORY HERE) Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City There is plenty of football gossip, news and rumours in Friday’s newspapers.Here’s a round up of the headlines… Brighton striker Jurgen Locadia is ready to quit the club in January after hitting out at manager Chris Hughton over his lack of opportunities. The Dutchman, 25, has scored just two goals since his £14million move from PSV Eindhoven in January and has barely played this season. (The Sun)Bayern Munich are confident they have won the race to sign Aaron Ramsey. The Arsenal midfielder is available on a lucrative free transfer this summer when his Arsenal contract expires. There has been plenty of interest in him from within the Premier League, especially from Liverpool and Chelsea, as well as from abroad. But German champions Bayern Munich believe that they have won the race to sign the Wales international. (The Independent) LATEST gameday cracker revealed 3 tense Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion Manchester United flop Alexis Sanchez is at his lowest ebb since joining the club. The striker is currently away training with Chile ahead of their games against Costa Rica and Honduras where he is said to be “acting weird”. The 29-year-old was only named as a substitute for the 3-1 Manchester derby defeat to City at the weekend and was “furious” at not making the starting XI. (The Sun)Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are pursuing the signature of Eric Bailly. The Cote d’Ivoire defender – brought to Manchester United for an initial transfer fee of €35million in the summer of 2016 – has been frustrated by his recent exclusion from the first team and is unsettled at the club. (Daily Record) SORRY Most Read In Football The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT 3 Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? BEST OF Marko Arnautovic was a club record signing for West Ham in 2017 when he joined from Stoke for £20m RANKED Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Eric Bailly could be on his way out of Manchester United whoops scrap 3 Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos latest last_img read more

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Panasonic Unveils Their New Mirrorless L-Mount Cameras

first_imgThe mirrorless camera wave continues to gain momentum as Panasonic reveals two new L-mount camera models forthcoming in 2019.In what already feels like the year of the mirrorless camera — with new models coming from Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, and Blackmagic — we’ve now got yet another contender for the mirrorless title. Panasonic just announced two new L-mount models.Here’s what we know about Panasonic’s new Lumix S1R and S1 models.The Panasonic Lumix S1RBased on reports from Photokina 2018, Panasonic has partnered (not for the first time) with both Sigma and Lecia to use the former’s full-frame L-mount SL system. Their flagship camera, the Panasonic Lumix S1R, promises a 47-megapixel sensor with the now-standard 4K at 60fps and 10-bit 4:2:2 video recording. More technical details are forthcoming over the next few months, leading up to the camera’s release in 2019.47-megapixel sensor.4K at 60fps.10-bit 4:2:2 video recording.Built-in image stabilization.Tiltable LCD.High-resolution EVF.The Panasonic Lumix S1Like many of their competitors, Panasonic is developing a companion camera in the Panasonic Lumix S1 that features a 24-megapixel sensor at a lower price point, but it will still reportedly include the same 4K 60fps recording and other video specs. Both cameras feature the same built-in image stabilization, a tiltable LCD, and high-resolution EVF.24-megapixel sensor.4K at 60fps.10-bit 4:2:2 video recording.Built-in image stabilization.Tiltable LCD.High-resolution EVF.Lens OptionsWe also know that while Leica lenses are already available (but pretty expensive), Panasonic is creating three new lenses specific to the L-mount series. While these first three should be market-ready when the S1R and S1 hit stores in 2019, another seven (to bring their lens line up to 10) should be ready by 2020. Here are the details on the lenses that will launch with the cameras.24-70mm standard zoom lens.70-200mm telephoto lens.50mm f/1.4 prime lens. All images via LUMIX LIVE @ Photokina 2018.For more camera news and updates, check out some of these articles:Nikon Releases Their First Full-Frame Mirrorless CameraEverything We Know About Canon’s New Mirrorless Cameras7 Filmmaking Cameras You Can Get for Under $1,000last_img read more

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2 held with ₹43.7 lakh in foreign currency

first_imgThe Customs officers at Goa International Airport on Monday morning arrested two Oman-bound passengers, including a foreign national, for allegedly travelling with foreign currency worth ₹43.7 lakh. Suspicious movement“The passengers had been moving around suspiciously in the departure hall before check-in formalities. On searching their baggage, officers found foreign currency equivalent to ₹43.7 lakh. They could not give satisfactory answers when confronted by Customs investigators,” a spokesperson of the Customs told reporters on Monday. The cash was in multiple foreign currencies, including U.S. dollars. Identities not revealedThe passengers were arrested under the Foreign Exchange Management Act. Their identities have not been revealed by the enforcement agency. The passengers were booked on an Oman Air flight and were working together, the officer said, in response to a question.last_img read more

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Hollywood’s Bollywood Connection

first_imgIsmail Merchant, Mira Nair, Shekhar Kapur, Deepa Mehta, Gurinder Chadha. You can take all of them out of Bollywood, but can you ever take Bollywood out of them?Apparently not! These internationally acclaimed filmmakers may have achieved recognition for their work in Hollywood and around the world, but they all acknowledge their indebtedness to Indian cinema.Their films may be vastly different from the regular Bollywood fare, yet it is in darkened cinema halls across India or on borrowed Hindi film videos in immigrant homes in the U.K. that they first began their love affair with film.Mira Nair, whose Monsoon Wedding has been such a major box-office hit across the world, has always created realistic, edgy cinema from the days she made documentaries and the Oscar-nominated Salaam Bombay! Yet even when she’s making films as starkly true-to-life as Hysterical Blindness, elements of Bollywood seep in.As she explained in a lecture she delivered at the Netherlands Film Festival, “I’ve seen that the Indian films’ influence, specifically that unabashed emotional directness, the freewheeling use of music, that emphasis on elemental motivations and values, is a thread running consistently through every one of my films; even when exploring foreign worlds, I have taken the bones and flesh of those societies and tried to infuse them with the spirit of where I’m from.”Yes, no one can escape the powerful impact of Bollywood. Ask producer-director Ismail Merchant. He first brought his Bombay sensibilities to the world screen three decades ago, as one half of the elite Merchant-Ivory production company. Noted for classic literary films like Room with a View and The Bostonians, the duo’s first film ever was The Householder by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and starring a handsome young newcomer called Shashi Kapoor.“I can remember the exact moment when I knew that I wanted to spend my life in the world of movies,” observes Merchant in his book, My Passage from India: He was 13 years old and had been invited to accompany the winsome, green-eyed actress Nimmi, a family friend, to the premiere of her first film Barsaat.He recalls, “As we drove toward the cinema in her green Cadillac convertible – quite an impressive car in India at that time – a shower of marigolds began to rain down on us. I looked up, and it seemed as though the marigolds were dropping from the night sky – thousands of golden flowers gently falling around us.By the time we emerged, the open car was full of marigolds – and still they fell as we walked into the cinema, scattering petals along the way, as crowds of people stared and called out Nimmi’s name.”After that, the magic of darkened cinema halls had him hooked, leading him and James Ivory on their Oscar laden path. Merchant has also brought his directorial talents to many screen adaptations of serious literature including Anita Desai’s In Custody and V.S. Naipaul The Mystic Masseur.If there’s ever an example of Bollywood making it big in Hollywood, it’s Shekhar Kapur, Mr. India himself. The creator of such Bollywood favorites as Mr. India and Masoom, Kapur got the attention of the West with his stark and potent Bandit Queen. He next made Elizabeth with all the kinetic color of a Bollywood film, and went on to Four Feathers Kapur was the producer for the recent Bollywood style romantic comedy The Guru, complete with dance numbers and dream scenes. He’s also the man behind Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Bombay Dreams, which after its success on London’s West End is going to be making its Broadway debut next year.Even that big Hollywood phenomenon M. Night Shyamalan of the mega box-office blockbusters may owe something to Indian cinema. As Nayay Bhushan, editor of Connect Magazine, notes, ” Shyamalan may not be Bollywood-savvy but his script for The Sixth Sense somehow exhibits elements often seen in Indian films – mysticism, the central figure of the mother, life beyond death. Bollywood may only package this with syrupy sentimentalism but Shyamalan turned it, knowingly or unknowingly, into a global cinematic phenomenon.”Gurinder Chadha’s Bend it like Beckham has certainly been a big plug for everything Indian, and according to Gitesh Pandya of Boxofficeguru.com, it was among the top 20 films in the U.S. for 17 consecutive weeks. Produced at a cost of roughly $5.5 million, the British-Indian comedy has grossed $70 million at theaters worldwide making it one of the most profitable films in recent years.Parminder Nagra, the young British Asian actress who made her debut in this film, has bagged the lead in Ella Enchanted and also will be seen in the popular TV series, ER. Keira Knightley, who plays her friend Jules Paxton, has had an even more astounding success with Pirates of the Caribbean, in which she stars with Johnny Depp and which has been breaking box office records. As for Chadha, she’s off and running to another big success: Bride and Prejudice for which she’s got Miramax. And how much more high art can you get then Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice? Based on this classic, Chadha’s film is a contemporary adaptation starring Bollywood Queen Aishwarya Rai and New Zealand actor Martin Henderson.A posse of Bombay stars like Rekha, Vivek Oberoi and Milind Soman are said to be featured in Conde Nast Traveler magazine in the September issue. And recently Amitabh Bachchan, already immortalized in wax by Madame Tussaunds, also made it to list of 100 top film stars of all time, conducted by Channel 4 television. He was listed 92nd in a list that included Robert De Niro, Tom Hanks, Anthony Hopkins, Harrison Ford, Sean Connery and Cary Grant.Indian films, both from the North and South, are winning an astounding number of awards at festivals, as the world gets to see the work of Indian directors including Deepa Mehta, Mira Nair, Shekhar Kapur and Mani Ratnam.Stars including Shabana Azmi, Naseeruddin Shah, Om Puri, Amrish Puri, Roshan Seth, Saeed Jaffrey and Gulshan Grover are acting in films internationally. According to a PTI report, Hrithik Roshan turned down an offer from Warner Bros to act in a Hollywood production of Hamlet. And yes, there was talk of Aishwarya Rai starring in a James Bond film. Every week seems to bring a fresh story of the Hollywood-Bollywood connection.So as the Bollywood behemoth continues to find acceptance across the world and as its stars become known to mainstream audiences, diehard fans can take joy in the fact that the Bollywood tamasha has only just begun!  Related Itemslast_img read more

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Premier League 2019 Newcastle vs Manchester United Live Streaming: When and Where to Watch Live Telecast, Timings in India, Team News

first_img english premier leagueEnglish Premier League 2019EPLEPL 2019 First Published: October 6, 2019, 6:01 PM IST Manchester United will travel to Newcastle for their next Premier League 2019 game on Sunday, October 6. The Premier League 2019 Newcastle vs Manchester United will be played at the St. James’ Park in Newcastle. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’ side look to end their 10-match winless run away from home with a win against Newcastle United. Manchester United will face Newcastle without Jesse Lingard, who injured his hamstring against AZ Alkmaar in Europa League. Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial might not be available as well as they suffered ankle and thigh injuries.United are currently outside the top 10 of the Premier League table after managing two wins, three draws and two losses in their seven games so far. United have scored only nine goals so far in the league and have conceded seven. After the disappointment of drawing with Alkmaar in Europa, United will look for some domestic medicine. On the other hand, Newcastle manager Steve Bruce has sought a response from his players in the upcoming EPL clash. Newcastle, who were thrashed by Leicester City 5-0 last Sunday, will look to rub the salt on United’s wounds. Speaking to the media on his side’s loss to Leicester City, Bruce said, “There should be a few words when you get as badly beaten as we did. What we have to do is respond and look to the next game to erase it.””Enough has been said… we were disappointed. We had our backsides kicked. When that happens you have to show a certain degree of pride and make sure you put it right,” he added.Newcastle United are currently in the relegation zone at the 19th place with just a single win from seven game and four losses. On top of that, Newcastle have lost or drawn their last four league games.Premier League 2019 Newcastle United predicted line-up vs Manchester United: Dubravka; Yedlin, Laschelles, Schar, Clark, Willems; Almiron, S Longstaff, M Longstaff, Saint-Maximin; Joelinton.Premier League 2019 Manchester United predicted line-up vs Newcastle: De Gea; Young, Maguire, Tuanzebe, Dalot; McTominay, Fred; James, Mata, Pereira; RashfordWhere to watch Premier League 2019 Newcastle vs Manchester United match live in India (TV channels)?Newcastle United will host Manchester United on Sunday at 9:00PM. The EPL 2019 Newcastle vs Manchester United match will be played at the St. James’ Park in Newcastle. The Premier League Newcastle vs Manchester United game live telecast will be on Star Sports Select HD1 channels in India.How and where to watch online EPL 2019 Newcastle vs Manchester United match live streaming?Newcastle vs Manchester United live stream will be available on Hotstar app and hotstar.com website in India for premium users. Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time.last_img read more