For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: After a nail-biting finish to the Asia Cup 2018, which India lifted for the record seventh time in an edge-of-the-seat last ball final finish against Bangladesh, Team India are set to play West Indies at their own backyard as the Caribbean team visit India for a complete tour, which includes 2 Tests, 5 ODIs, and 3 T20Is.The tour will be underway with a 2-match Test series, followed by 5 ODIs and 3 T20Is.ALSO READ | Exclusive | ‘Virat Kohli is class but we have a game plan for him’, says West Indies skipper Jason Holder ahead India tourThe Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) are yet to announce the squad to play the series against West Indies. But, regular skipper Virat Kohli is expected to make a comeback after he was rested for the Asia Cup 2018.Meanwhile, some of the youngsters, who have been doing well in the domestic circuit and the shadow tours are also likely to get a call up.While India start as the favourites for the series, the West Indians have done well and any complacency by Team India could be turn the series upside down for them.ALSO READ: Did Cristiano Ronaldo rape American model in Las Vegas?Let us take a look at the complete schedule of the West Indies tour of India: TEST SERIES 1st Test from 4-8 October 2018Venue: Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, RajkotTime – 9:45 AM (IST)2nd Test from 12-16 October 2018Venue: Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, HyderabadTime – 9:45 AM (ISTODI SERIES1st ODI on 21 October 2018Venue: Barsapara Cricket Stadium. GuwahatiTime – 2:15 PM (IST)2nd ODI on 24 October 2018Venue: Holkar Stadium, IndoreTime – 2:15 PM (IST)3rd ODI (27 October 2018)Venue: Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, PuneTime – 2:15 PM (IST)4th ODI (29 October 2018)Venue: Wankhede Stadium, MumbaiTime – 2:15 PM (IST)5th ODI on 1 November 2018Greenfield International Stadium, ThiruvananthapuramTime – 2:15 PM (IST)T20I SERIES 1st T20I on 4 November 2018Venue: Eden Gardens, KolkataTime – 7:15 PM (IST)2nd T20I on 6 November 2018Venue: Ekana International Cricket Stadium, LucknowTime – 7:15 PM (IST)3rd T20I on 11 November 2018Venue: M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, ChennaiTime – 7:15 PM (IST)
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The former national team player of BiH Sanel Jahić signed a two-year contract with the FC Željezničar.Jahić is coming back to Grbavica after ten years. Apart from Željezničar, during his career he played for Sochaux, Las Palmas, Merida, Aris, AEK, APOEL, Karabukspor, St Johnstone, Grasshoppers and Levadiakos. He wore the shirt of the junior and senior national team of BiH.Already by the end of this week Jahić will depart to Slovenia for preparations with the team. The 34-year-old football player will increase competition in the defense of the Blues.(Source: klix.ba/photo: sarajevski.ba)
MORE: Nani says decision ‘always’ was to play”It was our view that with as many Dallas players that have tested positive, they have to go into quarantine, it would not allow them to train and would put them into a position where they wouldn’t be able to compete in the tournament and do so in a way that would be within our protocol,” commissioner Don Garber told ESPN. “It was a tough decision to make, but one we felt was the right decision for the MLS is Back Tournament.”There will be no shortage of “shut it down” comments as a result of this action. This has been a common reaction, from media members paid to cover sports and fans who’ve long supported sports, to every piece of negative news developing during the attempts by various leagues to return to competition while the COVID-19 pandemic persists in ravaging the United States.One thing to consider, though, that rarely seems to be considered: It likely is safer inside the bubbles these leagues and teams are creating than it is outside.Beyond FC Dallas, only three members of the MLS delegation currently in Orlando have tested positive for the virus. Out of more than 500 players, that’s not even 1 percent. Teams began arriving nearly two weeks ago, which suggests that even as Florida has become highly problematic in regard to the increasing volume of COVID-19 cases, the environment created inside the bubble has not been breached.”I can only speak to my personal experience so far,” Inter Miami goalkeeper Luis Robles said Monday. “It’s now developed or evolved to us walking from our meal room to the treatment rooms to our buses to where we go to practice, the whole time wearing our masks, keeping our distance. I felt relatively safe.”The thing that our team continues to reiterate is that we have to practice – we have to at least honor the protocols — but we have to practice good habits. That means we wear our mask as much as we can. The only time we don’t wear it is in our rooms or when we’re at the meal room eating with the team. Or, of course, on the training field.”I guess the message I would say . . . is that those protocols are there for a reason, and as long as you continue to stress the importance of it and put the responsibility on individuals and those individuals abide by them, I think you increase your chances of creating the safest environment possible.”MORE: Reigning MVP Vela opts out of tournamentAn NWSL source told the Orlando Sentinel the Pride’s positive tests followed a visit to a bar by multiple team members. We do not know how 10 players from FC Dallas came to be infected with the coronavirus as they prepared to compete in the MLS is Back Tournament. No one at the club has chosen to reveal this information, or to hint at what occurred. It is very much possible no one really knows.What is clear, though, is this was too much for FCD to manage and still compete in the monthlong tournament that begins Wednesday in Orlando. As happened a few weeks back with the Orlando Pride and the NWSL Challenge Cup currently being contested in Utah, FC Dallas has been withdrawn from the MLS competition, which will now go on with 25 teams. Six FC Dallas players tested positive upon arriving in Orlando. They might have contracted the virus in transit or before they departed. If they hadn’t been tested in order to gain admittance to the MLS bubble, though, it’s conceivable the original patient might not have become aware of his condition and, perhaps, infected many more persons. At this point, we can’t know.FCD’s games originally had been postponed, in the hope it would be able to field a representative team and begin competing once the healthy players had sufficient time to train. The three group games for each team in the tournament are to count in the regular-season standings, presuming MLS is able to resume competition in home stadiums sometime in the fall, as planned. Dallas will need to have three makeup games scheduled.We can hope that will be a problem MLS must confront in the coming months. If they’re still playing soccer in the autumn, it will mean plenty has gone right: with the impending tournament, and with addressing the continuing pandemic. We all could use some good news.