Arsenal 2019/20 Premier League fixtures in full

first_img August 2019 11 Aug – Newcastle United v Arsenal (A)17 Aug – Arsenal v Burnley (H)24 Aug – Liverpool v Arsenal (A)31 Aug – Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur (H) Advertisement Where will Arsenal finish this season?1st0%2nd0%3rd0%4th0%5th0%6th0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your results Metro Sport ReporterThursday 13 Jun 2019 9:05 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link109Shares May 2020 2 May – Arsenal v Liverpool (H)9 May – Aston Villa v Arsenal (A)17 May – Arsenal v Watford (H) February 2020 1 Feb – Burnley v Arsenal (A)8 Feb – Arsenal v Newcastle United (H)22 Feb – Arsenal v Everton (H)29 Feb – Manchester City v Arsenal (A) November 2019 2 Nov – Arsenal v Wolverhampton (H)9 Nov – Leicester City v Arsenal (A)23 Nov – Arsenal v Southampton (H)30 Nov – Norwich City v Arsenal (A) December 2019 3 Dec – Arsenal v Brighton (H)7 Dec – West Ham United v Arsenal (A)14 Dec – Arsenal v Manchester City (H)21 Dec – Everton v Arsenal (A)26 Dec – Bournemouth v Arsenal (A)28 Dec – Arsenal v Chelsea (H) Comment January 2020 1 Jan – Arsenal v Manchester United (H)11 Jan – Crystal Palace v Arsenal (A)18 Jan – Arsenal v Sheffield United (H)22 Jan – Chelsea v Arsenal (A) Arsenal 2019/20 Premier League fixtures in full March 2020 7 Mar – Arsenal v West Ham United (H)14 Mar – Brighton v Arsenal (A)21 Mar – Southampton v Arsenal (A) October 2019 5 Oct – Arsenal v Bournemouth (H)19 Oct – Sheffield United v Arsenal (A)26 Oct – Arsenal v Crystal Palace (H) Advertisement Arsenal finished fifth last season despite the goals of Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Picture: Getty)Arsenal will begin their Premier League campaign against Newcastle at St James’ Park, and face both Liverpool and Tottenham in the opening month.Unai Emery’s side missed out on a top-four place last season following a disastrous run of form which saw them collect four points out of a possible 15.A miserable end to the campaign was compounded by a 4-1 defeat in the Europa League final against Chelsea which has put a significant dent in the club’s spending power this summer. September 2019 14 Sep – Watford v Arsenal (A)21 Aug – Arsenal v Aston Villa (H)28 Aug – Manchester United v Arsenal (A) April 2020 4 Apr – Arsenal v Norwich City (H)11 Apr – Wolverhampton v Arsenal (A)18 Apr – Arsenal v Leicester City (H)25 Apr – Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal (A)last_img read more

Airbnb expansion to include Gold Coast properties

first_imgYou can book a tent for two in the Gold Coast hinterland for $250 per night.A SAFARI-STYLE tent in the clouds with 180 degree views of Lamington National Park. Welcome to one of the latest listings on Airbnb that takes glamping to the next level while fitting firmly in the service’s latest expansion. This Broadbeach penthouse is described as ‘premium accommodation’. Or this house in Broadbeach Waters can be rented for $302 per night.The company will also expand its experiences category, adding concerts, social dining, adventures and social impact experiences.Airbnb expects to have more than one billion annual guests by 2028. Glamping experiences like this are part of Airbnb’s latest rollout of services.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa19 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe short-term rental website, which is so popular on the Gold Coast — particularly in the lead-up to and during the Commonwealth Games — it is said to threaten the traditional rental market, has announced a number of new additions to its functionality. Airbnb has unveiled plans to introduce four new property types to its service, expanding from ‘entire home’, ‘private room’ and ‘shared space’, to allow users to also search for ‘vacation home’, ‘unique’, ‘B & B’ and ‘boutiques’. It’s available for $611 per night.In addition to this, users will also be able to search for tiered properties — residences which have been verified for their quality, comfort and beauty — and a new ‘collections’ feature groups together property types to suit occasions, from Airbnb for work, to Airbnb for honeymoons or group getaways.last_img read more

Solskjaer: I’m sure we’ll win the league soon

first_img Promoted ContentWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?6 Best Natural History Museums In The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do10 Absolutely Stunning Asian ActressesEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldContemplate Life At These 10 Stargazing Locations2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalWhy Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do This read also:Solskjaer calls for realistic expectations for market “I’m sure Manchester United will mount a challenge and get back to winning the league,” Solskjaer said. “When that’s going to happen is up to every single one who’s here and how quickly we can make this process go, we’re developing as a team, improving and we’ve come a long way in one season so let’s take Paul’s word into the dressing room and expect and demand more every single day.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… center_img Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is confident his team can win the league in the coming years. United are pushing the top teams in the league with their present form, as they are now unbeaten in 16 games. Having won their last four, United are now two points away from third place in the league. And Solskjaer thinks they can go on to another level next term and beyond.Advertisementlast_img read more

Scott Dann: Dwight Gayle will learn from dismissal

first_imgCrystal Palace captain Scott Dann believes Dwight Gayle will learn from his costly red card at the weekend. Press Association Gayle, finally getting a run in the Eagles side thanks to injuries to fellow strikers Connor Wickham and Marouane Chamakh, was sent off a minute before half-time against West Ham. Having already been booked for a needless lunge on Dimitri Payet, the 24-year-old then chopped down Cheikhou Kouyate to earn a second yellow card. center_img It left Palace having to play the entire second half with 10 men and, although they looked like holding out for a point, two late goals from Manuel Lanzini and Payet gave the Hammers a 3-1 win. Gayle will now miss next Saturday’s trip to Leicester through suspension, but defender Dann said: “He will learn. “He was trying to do his best for the team and unfortunately he has ended up getting sent off and we have lost the game. “When you look at it again you think he does not need to make that challenge, but these things happen. He wants to do well. “He has got a run in the team after not playing much this season and he wants to impress. It was a bit too much enthusiasm I would probably say. “It looked like one that he could have got away with, but when you are on a yellow card you always run the risk. “It is difficult against teams like West Ham with 11 men, never mind 10. We were disappointed with the result.” last_img read more

CONCACAF, Jamaica gov’t hail late Burrell’s legacy

first_imgKINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) – Continental governing body, CONCACAF, has led an outpouring of tributes for Jamaica Football Federation president Captain Horace Burrell, who passed away in the United States on Tuesday.Jamaican Burrell, a seminal figure in regional football, served as a senior vice-president on the CONCACAF executive and also sat on the disciplinary committee of football’s world governing body, FIFA.“Captain Burrell’s commitment and vision for the sport contributed to creating a strong legacy for the game within the region,” a statement from the Miami-headquartered organisation said.“With his passion and spirit, he was a tireless supporter of his country’s football development.”CONCACAF governs football in North, Central American and the Caribbean.Cricket West Indies also hailed Captain Burrell’s contribution to sports development across the region, noting he had left a strong legacy.“Jamaica’s football made an indelible mark on the world in 1998 – Captain Burrell and his team led that journey,” CWI president Dave Cameron said in a statement.“We acknowledge his tremendous efforts to develop and grow the sport, not just in Jamaica, but in the Caribbean region. He stayed close to cricket and always had tips to share. His contribution will always be remembered.”The Jamaica government also paid tribute to Burrell, with Prime Minister Andrew Holness describing the national sporting icon, businessman and philanthropist, as a loss to many communities throughout the island.“Captain Burrell dedicated his life to serving Jamaica. He had a dream that Jamaica could compete with the best of the best in the football field,” Holness said.“He was dedicated in ensuring Jamaica realised that dream of being in the World Cup finals with the Reggae Boyz in 1998.”At the time of his death Captain Burrell remained active in his companies as chief executive officer and founder of both Captain’s Bakery and Captain’s Aviation Service.The prime minister said Captain Burrell was one of Jamaica’s finest who was dedicated to Jamaicans.“The nation has lost not only a father of our international football reputation but also a man who invested significantly in community development through Captain’s Bakery by sponsoring many leagues throughout the island.”Captain Burrell received Jamaica’s fourth highest national honour, the Commander of the Order of Distinction (CD) in 1998. He also received the highest award, Order of Merit, from the world football governing body, FIFA.Former Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller said Burrell’s place was cemented in the region’s sporting history as he was the leading force in taking the Reggae Boyz to the 1998 World Cup in France.“Captain Burrell with his flamboyance and bravado achieved this feat because he believed in himself and in the power and skill of the Jamaica people,” Simpson-Miller said in a statement.“He was never afraid to knock on doors and think outside of the box as he tried to make the young Reggae Boyz a success.“Captain Burrell also used his position in CONCACAF to advance Jamaica’s football and ensure that we were treated fairly.“He exhibited admirable corporate social responsibility and was always giving whether through his bakery or helping young football talents.“Jamaica, Football and the sporting fraternity have lost a giant and I have lost a friend… Walk good, my dear Captain! May your soul rest in peace and light perpetual shine upon you,” Simpson Miller added.Another former Prime Minister, PJ Patterson, described Burrell as a “big figure” who would not be easy to replace.“We have suffered a monumental loss. He was a big figure and it’s not going to be easy to replace him but I am sure he would want us to continue on the journey and he would want to reap the eternal rest which he deserves and I personally can attest to the epic quality of his contribution to the development of Jamaica,” said Patterson.“It’s the loss of one who has stood at the very forefront in the cause of advancing the excellence of Jamaica in sports. When he became the president he had a very clear mission and that was to take us to the World Cup Finals in France.“He shared that idea with me as he travelled one afternoon from Jamaica House to Montego Bay for the opening of Jarrett Park as a major centre for sports in western Jamaica and he said to me ‘Prime Minister, I have one clear ambition – I want the Jamaica football team to be present in France’ and I said to him what can I do to assist in that process and he said I want a coach from Brazil,” Patterson added.Captain Burrell served as JFF president between 1994 and 2003 and then again from 2007 until his passing.last_img read more

Marcellus girls fall to Oneida; Westhill maintains hot streak

first_imgLaMarre had six points as the Mustangs, outscoring the Eagles 41-8 in the second and third quarters, were led by Durand and Katie MacLachlan, who poured in 22 points apiece. Emma MacLachlan added eight points.J-E, in defeat, got nine points from Gabby Smart, with Kyler Langhorn adding six points.Still trying to break into the win column, the Eagles lost 60-37 to Cazenovia last Tuesday as Lakers star forward Lindsey Lawson proved unstoppable, earning 39 points.Trailing 43-13 at halftime, J-E did improve in the second half, Ashlee Eaton getting 10 points as Langhorn and Mollie Yard both had eight points, Kasey Jackson adding seven points.Before all this, Westhill, parked at no. 24 in the state Class B rankings, continued its late-season tear, claiming its ninth win in a row last Tuesday when it doubled up Solvay and prevailed 56-28.Though the Bearcats had an 8-8 record going into the game, the Warriors controlled matters from the outset, stifling Solvay with its defense and working its way to a 35-11 halftime advantage.Jenna Larrabee amassed 22 points and 13 rebounds, with Mary Gibson getting nine points. Ellie Masterpole and Jada Doss both got seven points off the bench to match Catherine Dadey’s total.On the Bearcats’ side, Tazz Pitts again led the offense, earning 11 points, five rebounds, three steals and two blocks. Gianna D’Agostino had seven points, with Myah Platler getting six rebounds.Skaneateles maintained its post-season hopes last Tuesday night, improving to 6-10 overall by going to Hannibal and handling that other group of Warriors 53-41.Trailing 13-9 after one period, the Lakers outscored Hannibal 28-13 over the course of the next two quarters. Tatumn Pas’cal, with 14 points, led the way, but Maeve Canty (12 points) and Maddy Ramsgard (10 points) were close behind.Another win followed on Saturday, the Lakers handling Altmar-Parish-Williamstown 67-40 as it went through a 21-2 first-quarter blitz and led 37-10 by halftime, breezing from there.Canty went to the forefront, earning 19 points, but Tatumn Pas’cal was close behind, getting 15 points as Emma Keady stepped up with 10 points. Ramsgard had eight points and Ayla Pas’cal had six points.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story After its 10-game win streak was halted by Christian Brothers Academy on Jan. 31, the Marcellus girls basketball team faced one more big regular-season test.It came last Saturday when the state Class B no. 20-ranked Mustangs faced 16-1, state no. 10-ranked Oneida, and as it turned out, two good players proved too much as the Indians prevailed 64-52.For most of the afternoon, Marcellus found itself trying to recover from a first quarter where the Indians raced to an 18-6 advantage. Playing on even terms from there, the Mustangs got 14 points from Katie MacLachlan, but no one else reached double figures as Mei LaMarre had nine points, Hannah Durand and Sarah Fallon getting seven points apiece.By stark contrast, Oneida was carried by the duo of Sydney Lusher and Ella Rainbow. Nearly earning a triple-double, Lusher got 28 points, nine rebounds, nine assists, four blocks and five steals, with Rainbow adding 28 points of her own.Two nights earlier, Marcellus had rolled past Jordan-Elbridge 76-25 in a game where LaMarre made her long-awaited return to the lineup.center_img Tags: girls basketballJ-EMarcellusskaneatelesSolvayWesthilllast_img read more

WBB : Syracuse uses late first-half run to overcome turnovers in close win over Coppin State

first_imgIn a crouch on the sideline, Quentin Hillsman watched intently as his Syracuse team prepared to inbound the ball from under the basket.After Elashier Hall’s errant pass was easily stolen, about midway through the second half, Hillsman pounded the floor three times in frustration as the Orange continued to let an inferior Coppin State team hang around.On SU’s next possession, Hillsman was still there in the same position with the same expression to see Shanee Williams dribble a crossover off her foot for another turnover. Finally, 53 seconds after the first aggravating turnover by Hall, Hillsman got out of his crouch to instruct the Orange as it came down for another offensive possession.‘Obviously, you can’t turn the ball over 27 times,’ Hillsman said. ‘I thought our turnovers is what made the game the way it did. We just didn’t take care of the ball very well. We just have to take care of the ball better.’Syracuse’s (7-3, 0-1 Big East) careless play throughout its game against Coppin State (2-7) allowed the inferior Eagles to hang around in the Orange’s 56-50 win on Saturday in front of 631 in the Carrier Dome. SU never found its rhythm offensively all game, but used an 18-5 run to close out the first half to help it overcome a sloppy performance. The 14-point cushion the Orange had at halftime proved to be crucial for the team to hold off a late charge by Coppin State and hang on for the win.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange’s struggles offensively were apparent from the start.A little over a minute into the game, La’Shay Taft gathered a loose ball at the top of the key off a horrendous pass by CSU forward Crystal Whittington and took off into the open floor. Taft drew the lone Eagles defender back and hit a cutting Shanee Williams for what should have been a point-blank layup.But Williams missed, overshooting the layup off the backboard. Hillsman turned to the bench and sent in Phylesha Bullard in for Williams. The substitution was one of many in a constant rotation used by Hillsman throughout the game. Hillsman made it clear before the game that he would not accept blown plays — even writing on his board in the locker room for emphasis — and told the players they would be pulled for mistakes.‘You can’t blow assignments, you can’t go down and miss open layups, you can’t throw the ball away,’ Hillsman said. ‘You can’t not get into your rhythm, you just can’t do that.’Syracuse labored through the first nine-plus minutes of the half as Hillsman continued to substitute at a frenetic pace. The players couldn’t find a comfort zone, and Coppin State went up 13-12 with 11:07 left in the half.Soon after, the Orange offense started its run with two free throws from Iasia Hemingway to give Syracuse a 14-13 lead.The highlight of the run that broke it open for SU came when Rachel Coffey knocked down a wide-open 3-pointer from the left corner. The play came after what appeared to be another sloppy sequence by the Orange.Troya Berry turned the ball over beyond halfcourt immediately after a Coffey steal, but Coppin State’s Shawntae Payne struggled to get a hold of the ball and Williams was able to come up with possession. Hillsman had turned away from the play, strolling down the bench, thinking the team had committed another turnover. But as he turned around, Coffey received a pass from Williams to sink the 3 to breathe some life into the SU offense and give it a 19-13 lead.‘Rachel shot the ball well down the half,’ Hillsman said. ‘But the key for her is just to take good ones. When she takes good ones, she’s a very good shooter.’She added another 3 to extend the Orange lead to eight a little over two minutes later and Shakeya Leary finished with six points in the closing minutes, getting the ball deep in the post and converting on all four of her free throws.‘It’s just something that we practice all the time and it just turned over to the court today,’ Leary said. ‘And I just continued to do it once I saw it started working easily.’As an exhausted Hillsman stepped to the podium after the game, he lamented that it was nice to get a win after a grueling stretch that saw the Orange lose three straight games. Carmen Tyson-Thomas and Hemingway agreed and welcomed the week-long break until the team heads to Las Vegas.But Hemingway wasn’t willing to blame the tiring stretch for SU’s sluggish play Saturday.‘I don’t believe we came out tired,’ Hemingway said. ‘We just couldn’t make a couple of buckets, but at the end of the day, we got the win.’rjgery@syr.edu Published on December 10, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Ryne: rjgery@syr.edu Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Women’s Tennis: Badgers halt seven-game skid in time for end of season

first_imgThis weekend the Wisconsin Women’s Tennis Team was matched up with the University of Iowa and finally stole a “w.” The team was hoping for a victory to finish out this season after suffering through a seven-match losing streak.Pulling off this win allowed the Badgers to finish the season on a high note. This win came at a 4–1 margin over Iowa, who are 2–9 in the Big Ten and 10–14 overall. The Badger’s record for the season is 3–8 in the Big Ten and 9–14 overall.Wisconsin was off to a good start by winning the doubles point, which is one of the two victories necessary for forming an upset. Wisconsin’s No. 1 doubles pair, junior Sara Castellano and freshman Lexi Keberle defeated the No. 63 duo in the nation 6–3, gaining Wisconsin’s first point in the match.Softball: Badgers finish off Boilermakers at home Sunday to win seriesThe University of Wisconsin Softball Team (22–17, 6–6 Big Ten) played host to Purdue (13–34, 4–10 Big Ten) in a Read…The No. 2 doubles slot, consisting of sophomore Melissa Pick and freshman MaryAnn Rompf, also snatched a victory, by defeating their opponents 6–2.In the singles competition, Iowa was able to even up the match 1–1, defeating freshman MaryAnn Rompf 6–1, 6–4. However, the Badgers luckily bounced back thanks to the victories of Castellano, Pick and sophomore Michelle Linden, which ultimately resulted in the Badgers gaining back four points.Pick secured the first victory, defeating Iowa’s Adorabol Huckleby 6–0, 6–2. Michelle Linden immediately followed with another victory winning in straight sets. She quickly defeated her opponent sophomore Adrienne Jensen 6–3, 6–1. To close out the season, Castellano pulled out a victory 7–6, 6–1 against Iowa’s Zoe Douglas.Reflecting on this season overall, it is clear that the Badgers most definitely have some work to do in order to be more successful next year.last_img read more

DSWV seeks for ‘constructive voice’ with Kindred & Playtech as new members

first_imgShare Related Articles Share Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 StumbleUpon Mathias Dahm -DSWVGerman industry trade body Der Deutsche Sportwettenverband (DSWV) has expanded its membership, welcoming FTSE250 Playtech Plc and Stockholm-listed Kindred Group to its ranks.Updating stakeholders, DSWV governance details that as a trade body it now represents over 90% of the active German sports betting market.DSWV increases its representation of sports betting technology provisions, with Playtech group as a new recruit. The FTSE enterprise services a number of German retail-based bookmakers through its Playtech BGT division.Joining DSWV, Dr Peter Reinhardt, Managing Director of PBS Germany Operations, stated that membership would help the technology group ‘push for effective regulations’, within Europe’s largest capacity market.Anne-Jaap Snijders, General Manager for Kindred Group DACH Regions, backed the DSWV support, stating the membership would help the Stockholm enterprise become a ‘constructive voice’for sports betting regulation and responsibilities within Germany.DSWV President Mathias Dahm welcomed Playtech and Kindred as new members, as the trade body urges the German government to implement an effective reform of the nation’s sports betting laws.“As a representative of all relevant sports betting companies in Germany, the DSWV will continue to work towards effective  German sports betting regulatory framework, which establishes legal security for consumers and providers and allows the authorities to effectively enforce illegal black market offers.The DSWV members will continue to bring their decade-long market expertise constructively into the political process in order to finally bring German sports betting regulation to fruition.” Submit Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020last_img read more

Zinedine Zidane set to return as Real Madrid manager

first_imgZinedine Zidane will be reappointed as Real Madrid manager, according to Sky sources.The Frenchman, who left Real last summer after leading the club to three straight Champions League titles, will replace Santiago Solari.According to sources in Spain, Real’s board of directors will meet with Solari to dismiss the Argentine and rehire Zidane.Real saw their season fall apart in the space of a week with back-to-back defeats in the Copa del Rey and La Liga, leaving them 12 points behind rivals Barcelona.A surprise 4-1 home loss to Ajax in the Champions League followed, resulting in Real fans staging a protest outside the Bernabeu in which they called for Solari to be sacked and for Jose Mourinho to replace him.Former president Ramon Calderon told Sky Sports News last week that Mourinho was the first choice to take over and was approached by the club, but Zidane looks set to return.Zidane first took charge of Real Madrid in January 2016 after a spell in charge of the B team, and he became the first coach to win the Champions League in three straight seasons.He was already the only coach to have claimed back-to-back Champions League titles, but despite his European success he came under pressure for winning only one La Liga title during his two and a half years in charge.According to Spanish media outlet Marca, Solari has already said goodbye to the first team, with Zidane expected to take his first training session on Tuesday before managing his first game back against Celta Vigo at the Bernabeu on Saturday. –Source: Sky Sportslast_img read more