United Kingdom  

Rugby World Cup: England expect fully fit squad for semi-final against New Zealand

BBC News Monday, 21 October 2019
England expect to have a fully fit squad to choose from when they face New Zealand in Saturday's World Cup semi-final in Yokohama.
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video Credit: euronews (in English) - Published
News video: Rugby World Cup: England face All Blacks as both sides ease into semi-finals

Rugby World Cup: England face All Blacks as both sides ease into semi-finals 00:50

New Zealand will face England in next Saturday's Rugby World Cup semi-finals after the All Blacks pummelled a flat Ireland 46-14 in Saturday's last-eight clash in Tokyo.

💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

England cricket team England cricket team Sports team

England v Pakistan: Azhar Mahmood selects his Pakistan players to watch out for

Former Pakistan all-rounder Azhar Mahmood previews the series against England and selects his Pakistan players to watch out for.
BBC News
England look to break habit of dropping first test with Pakistan, says Woakes [Video]

England look to break habit of dropping first test with Pakistan, says Woakes

England bowler Chris Woakes believes the hosts will look to come out of the gates with a win in the first match of a three-test series against Pakistan.

Credit: Reuters - Sports    Duration: 05:57Published

England v Pakistan: Ben Stokes bowls as he bids for fitness in first Test

England all-rounder Ben Stokes bowled at training on Monday as he strives for full fitness for the first Test against Pakistan which starts on Wednesday.
BBC News

Stokes boosts England by bowling in nets before first Test against Pakistan

England all-rounder Ben Stokes bowled at training on Monday as he strives for full fitness for the first Test against Pakistan which starts on Wednesday.
BBC News

England stumble to win over Ireland in second ODI

England stumble against Ireland in the second one-day international but win by four wickets to take an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
BBC News

Rugby World Cup Rugby World Cup International rugby union competition

Putin backs Russia's 2027 Rugby World Cup bid - federation [Video]

Putin backs Russia's 2027 Rugby World Cup bid - federation

Russia is preparing an application to host the 2027 World Cup and President Vladimir Putin is backing the bid.

Credit: Reuters - Sports    Duration: 05:18Published

New Zealand New Zealand Island country in the South Pacific

World's Tallest Giraffe Measures In At Over 18 Feet Tall [Video]

World's Tallest Giraffe Measures In At Over 18 Feet Tall

A giraffe living in an Australian holds the distinction of being the tallest giraffe in the world. According to CNN, 12-year-old Forest tops out at an impressive height of 18 feet, 8 inches. Officials from Guinness World Records had to create a specially made measuring pole just to record his height. Forest was born at Auckland Zoo in New Zealand in 2007 and was moved to Australia Zoo when he was 2 years old.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:32Published
'We follow western way of doing things in economic system': Muhammad Yunus [Video]

'We follow western way of doing things in economic system': Muhammad Yunus

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday spoke with Nobel laureate and founder of the Grameen Bank, Muhammad Yunus, and discussed ideas that could re-shape the post pandemic world. The duo delved into limitations of adopting a western economic model. Yunus called for making a new beginning towards a system that will create space for the informal and rural economy and all sections of society. "We follow western way of doing things in economic system. We don't see the vibrant capacity of people in India, Bangladesh. Their creativity has to be admired, but government has chosen to stay away. Rural economy has become an appendix to urban economy. Rural economy is the supplier of the labour," Yunus said. The dialogue was part of a series launched by Gandhi ever since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. He has earlier talked to several experts, both in the economy and epidemiology, besides nurses and industrialists. Gandhi's last conversation was with four Indian nurses working in New Zealand, Australia, UK and India. He has also spoken to to Raghuram Rajan, Abhijit Banerjee, Nicholas Burns among others.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 03:16Published

Domino's Pizza New Zealand drops 'free pizza for Karen' offer after backlash

"We wanted to bring a smile to customers," the firm's New Zealand arm said. "We are sorry."
BBC News

New Zealand suspends Hong Kong extradition treaty

The country follows Australia and the UK in its response to China's new national security law.
BBC News

FIFA World Cup FIFA World Cup Association football competition for men's national teams

David Beckham talks about ‘brutal’ reaction to World Cup sending off [Video]

David Beckham talks about ‘brutal’ reaction to World Cup sending off

David Beckham has spoken about the “brutal” reaction he faced following his1998 World Cup sending off during a discussion about football’s mental healthculture. Beckham was vilified by some fans and sections of the media afterEngland were knocked out of the tournament by Argentina, following his redcard for kicking out at an opponent.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 00:57Published
Jesse Lingard believes he is back on the right track [Video]

Jesse Lingard believes he is back on the right track

Jesse Lingard is determined to prove his worth and get back to the "oldJesse'', having used the lockdown to reevaluate and press reset on a seasonwhere off-field issues have impacted form and focus. Two years ago theattacking midfielder had just returned from the World Cup in Russia, where heplayed an important role in helping England reach the semi-finals during asummer that will live long in the memory.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 01:47Published
Irish football fans honour Jack Charlton in Dublin [Video]

Irish football fans honour Jack Charlton in Dublin

Football fans gathered to sing and dance at Walkinstown Roundabout in Dublin as former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton's funeral came to a close in Newcastle.The former coach, who was also part of the 1966 World Cup-winning England squad, achieved some of his greatest successes with the Irish national team in the 1980s and 1990s.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 01:18Published
Crowds line streets to pay tribute to Jack Charlton [Video]

Crowds line streets to pay tribute to Jack Charlton

Hundreds of people lined the streets of Ashington to pay their respects to World Cup-winning hero Jack Charlton.Leeds United legend Charlton, who went on to become a successful manager most notably with the Republic of Ireland, died earlier this month aged 85.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 00:41Published

You Might Like


Related videos from verified sources

England's path to the Rugby World cup - in pictures [Video]

England's path to the Rugby World cup - in pictures

England take on South Africa in the 2019 Rugby World Cup final on Saturday. Eddie Jones’ side will be aiming to secure their second World Cup crown, 16 years after their maiden triumph, while the..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:57Published
Does the World Cup have too much impact on Ballon d'Or nominations? | That's The Tea ☕️ [Video]

Does the World Cup have too much impact on Ballon d'Or nominations? | That's The Tea ☕️

Host Nicole Holliday catches up with Arsenal's Louise Quinn and The Athletic journalist, Keiran Theivam in the latest episode of That’s The Tea.The trio get to grips with all things FAWSL, the NWSL..

Credit: Copa90     Duration: 35:29Published
Does the World Cup have too much impact on Ballon d'Or nominations? - That's The Tea [Video]

Does the World Cup have too much impact on Ballon d'Or nominations? - That's The Tea

- Host Nicole Holliday catches up with Arsenal's Louise Quinn and The Athletic journalist, Keiran Theivam in the latest episode of That’s The Tea.The trio get to grips with all things FAWSL, the NWSL..

Credit: Copa90     Duration: 35:21Published

Related news from verified sources

Accused New Zealand mosque gunman withdraws bid to move trial: media

The man accused of killing 51 people at two mosques in New Zealand in March has withdrawn an application to have his trial moved away from Christchurch, the city...
Reuters Also reported by •BBC News

Owen Farrell smirk goes viral after England stun New Zealand to reach World Cup final

A picture of Owen Farrell smirking has gone viral after England stunned New Zealand to reach the World Cup final. Video footage of the captain laughing as New...
talkSPORT Also reported by •Reuters

Eddie Jones knew England could ‘rile’ New Zealand by defying the haka as Owen Farrell ‘winks’ and smiles at All Blacks

England decided to stare down New Zealand’s haka after Eddie Jones told them to stand in a ‘V for Victory’ stance before their World Cup semi-final. The...
talkSPORT


Tweets about this