"When I made my comeback, Virat Kohli supported me. Had he not backed me then I wouldn't have made a comeback. But then it was (MS) Dhoni who showed me the correct picture about the 2019 World Cup that selectors are not looking at you," flamboyant left-handed all-rounder was quoted as saying by News18. "He showed me the real picture. He gave me clarity. He did as much as he could." … [Read more...] about MS Dhoni showed me the correct picture about 2019 World Cup, gave me clarity: Yuvraj Singh
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Hooray! So how will the tournament work? Well here’s where things get truly novel. The current Fifa proposal will reformat the World Cup so that the opening stages comprise 16 groups of three teams. Each team will play each other – ie three games per group – and the top two will progress to a knockout round with 32 sides. From that point on, the format will be as you remember it from the glory days of your childhood. … [Read more...] about How will a 48-team World Cup work? Fifa’s plan for 2026 explained
We’d like to hear from football fans across the world. Do you see this as a positive move, making international football more inclusive? Or, with the 2026 competition set to feature 16 groups of three teams, are you worried that there will be too many games? Will the expansion benefit your national team’s chances of taking part in the tournament? Whether positive or negative, share your thoughts in the form below. We’ll feature a selection of your responses on the site. … [Read more...] about Is the 48-team World Cup a good idea?
Indonesia, 13-time former champions, and six-time former winner Japan will headline as the top seeds for the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup respectively. The prestigious event was originally scheduled to be held from May 16-24 but was postponed to August 15-23 before finally rescheduling it in October due to the COVID-19 pandemic. … [Read more...] about Badminton: India handed relatively easy draw in Thomas and Uber Cup Final
A good spot is in the early going near the Mysterious Machine, since you'll be spending a lot of time in that area. You also can't go wrong building near a landmark like a fallen juice box--or even inside a soda can. These locations drip juice you can drink that'll refill both your hunger and thirst meters, provide natural cover and protection, and can make base-building easy, so take advantage of them. You'll need an axe to cut down grass to make walls, so keep that in mind when crafting. But at the very least, build yourself a lean-to fairly early so you have a spot to sleep and respawn. You can also build lean-tos out in the world so you can change your respawn point as you explore to cut down travel time--but be sure to build them in protected areas, and not in places like spider dens where you might find yourself trapped and repeatedly killed by enemies. … [Read more...] about Grounded Beginner’s Guide: 10 Tips For Surviving The Giant World