Liverpool’s Emre Can a doubt for Chelsea game

first_img Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Embed from Getty ImagesLiverpool could be without midfielder Emre Can for Saturday’s game with Chelsea.The Germany international has started eight of the Reds’ 12 Premier League matches this season, including the 3-0 win over Southampton last weekend.He came on as a substitute in their 3-3 Champions League draw with Sevilla in midweek.However, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has revealed Can is struggling with an injury which makes him doubtful for the Anfield clash.Defender Joel Matip, who missed the Southampton and Sevilla games, trained on Thursday and midfielder Adam Lallana – who has not featured yet this season – is edging closer to fitness.See also:Conte ready for Liverpool and ‘dangerous’ SalahConte: Fabregas needs a restChelsea youngsters lose to Liverpool after Under-18s thrash Hammerslast_img read more

Scott Metzger, Oct. 23

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We are done harvesting our first crop beans and onto shelling corn now. We got all the wheat sown and are working on getting cover crops sown.Our Plenish beans made 58 and all of our XtendiMax beans made 57 and they were all right there together. I thought they’d be a little higher but they were still above average for us. Our XtendiMax fields were extremely clean. Our Plenish fields had a little giant ragweed in them but nothing major. The bean sizes seem to be really small.  The Plenish beans graded out really high on all of their numbers.A frost this week would actually help our double-crop beans out a little. It will push them along.We have an excellent stand of wheat. It went in great and we got a little rain on it there. It all popped up and it is two or three inches tall with very good stands. Everything looks good with it so far.The corn has been excellent. We are maybe a third done and I think we could maybe average 200 or above. We have seen numbers a lot higher than that on our better ground and it is coming out of the field at 17.5% or 18%. That is some of our full season corn too. I think we could have a farm record for our corn, but we still have a lot to do. The rain we had in July was like irrigation for us. I think it really helped the corn but that may have inversely hurt our beans. All of the corn is standing really well and there are excellent field conditions for harvest.We’ve got a farm we are going to do some cereal rye and radishes on and that will be on bean stubble going to corn next year. Then we are planting a combination of wheat at a half rate and cereal rye on some of our bean ground. We’ll fall spray our corn stalks.last_img read more

Maharashtra ATS nabs three Bangladeshi nationals with alleged links to banned terror outfit

first_imgThree Bangladeshi nationals were arrested by the city unit of the Maharashtra Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) on Saturday on suspicion of being part of an Al Qaeda-inspired Islamic extremist organization.The trio, who had been apparently residing using forged identity papers, were believed to have links with the outlawed Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT) – the militant outfit also called as Ansar Bangla, said ATS sources.“The suspects were picked up for questioning from the city’s Akurdi and Wanowrie areas. They were residing illegally with forged Aadhaar and PAN cards which were retrieved from their persons. We are interrogating them to ascertain the nature of their association with the ABT, and their role here,” said an ATS officer.Two of those nabbed hailed from Khulna, while the other came from Shariatpur district in Bangladesh.The city ATS team led by Assistant Commissioner of Police (ATS) Sunil Darekar acted on a tip-off received on Friday about an alleged ‘infiltrator’ from Bangladesh living in the Kondhwa-Wanorie area.On detaining and quizzing the suspect, the team secured information about the whereabouts of the other two Bangladeshi nationals.last_img read more