Some new stars are heading into the London production of Mamma Mia!. Beginning June 8, Gabriella Williams will make her West End debut as Sophie. Joining her on that day will be Mazz Murray as Tanya, Jo Napthine as Rosie and James Darch as Sky. The ABBA tuner continues to play at the Novello Theatre.Murray, a member of the vocal group Woman, has appeared in We Will Rock You and Fame in the West End and in the U.K. tours of Rent and Smokey Joe’s Café. Napthine’s previous credits include Made in Dagenham, Urinetown, Sister Act, The Sound of Music and The Woman in White. Darch has appeared on the U.K. stage in Kiss Me Kate and Cats.Additional newcomers beginning in June are Louise Young as Ali, Stephanie Fearon as Lisa, Dan Partridge as Pepper and Rory Phelan as Eddie. They join a cast that includes Dianne Pilkington as Donna, Richard Trinder as Sam, Alasdair Harvey as Harry and Charles Daish as Bill. Shona White takes on the role of Donna at certain performances.The show, which began in 1999 and has gone on to become a global sensation, tells the story of Sophie Sheridan, a young bride who invites three potential dads to walk her down the aisle at her wedding, unbeknownst to her mother, Donna. Directed by Phyllida Lloyd, Mamma Mia! features music and lyrics by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus and a book by Catherine Johnson. View Comments
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Republican Suffolk County lawmakers are calling for federal oversight of the Suffolk County Police Department after the recently retired chief of department was accused beating a handcuffed suspect and covering it up.The county legislators also called for Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone to expand his search for a new police commissioner and questioned the wisdom of nominating Timothy Sini, a former federal prosecutor who most recently served as a deputy county executive, to replace Ed Webber, the retiring police commissioner.“How can anyone today say that we don’t need outside assistance?” asked Legis. Robert Trotta (R-Fort Salonga), a former Suffolk County police detective who said he was “shocked at how bad it is, the culture of corruption.”Trotta made the announcement Tuesday during a news conference in reaction to the news Friday that ex-chief James Burke was denied bail after pleading not guilty to violating a suspect’s civil rights and conspiracy to obstruct justice. Trotta was flanked by fellow Republican legislators, including Legis. Kevin McCaffrey (R-Lindenhurst), the legislature’s GOP minority leader, who recently won re-election over Sini, who was since named deputy Suffolk police commissioner.Both lawmakers said that Sini might be the right person to be the county’s next top cop, but now is not the time for politically connected promotions.“Suffolk County is under a dark cloud of suspicion and this is unacceptable,” said McCaffrey. “Now, an inexperienced individual is being considered to the top post in the department. We need someone qualified. This is no time for on-the-job training.”“Political connections should not determine how an investigation goes or who the police commissioner is,” agreed Trotta.Justin Meyers, a Bellone spokesman, called the press conference “a political, partisan attack” and defended Sini.“He has the local law enforcement knowledge,” Meyers said. “He brought in John Barry, the lead investigator on the Sheldon Silver case, to be the Deputy Chief of Department. He brought in Stu Cameron with his 30 years of law enforcement experience to be Chief of Department. He’s already reached out to the FBI on the Gilgo Beach murders. Tim hit the ground running.”As for the call for federal oversight, Trotta noted that most cops are “moral, hardworking individuals,” but Burke’s arrest has tainted the department. He and McCaffrey cited comments made by U.S. District Court Judge Leonard Wexler when Wexler denied bail for Burke on the grounds that he is a danger to the community. The judge had said: “The corruption of an entire department by this defendant is shocking.”The call for a federal monitor came two years after the U.S. Department of Justice settled a probe into allegations that the police department turned a blind eye to hate crimes before one left an immigrant dead.
The Credit Union National Association recently released the 2017-2018 Environmental Scan. The E-Scan offers insights in 10 primary areas affecting credit unions, including lending, economics, technology and of course marketing. The E-Scan is a must-read for any credit union executive and is also an outstanding planning tool to use.The marketing section is entitled “The Big Deal Behind Social Media.” It also mentions many of the other top marketing trends for credit unions, including disruptors, regulations, Generation Z, the evolution of marketing, highly personalized marketing, consumer preferences and the humanization of digital. But the bulk of the section centers around social media and engagement.According to the E-Scan, there are five factors that come into play when brining engagement into your social media efforts:(1) Bring value firstAs the E-Scan notes, “social media isn’t always about direct response…..once you’re identified as a serial promoter, people will shut you off and tune you out.” Look for ways to engage—not sell—on your social media platforms. continue reading » 24SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
CUNA and several financial services trade organizations petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court this week to review a case involving Fair Housing Act (FHA) claims filed by municipalities. CUNA and the trades ask the Supreme Court to review Bank of America v. City of Miami and Wells Fargo v. City of Miami, as the organizations have a “significant interest in ensuring the FHA is enforced in a fair and reasonable way.”The city of Miami brought suit against the two banks arguing that discriminatory actions against city residents entitles the city to damages for indirect harm. The city argued that foreclosures and other events stemming from unfavorable mortgages resulted in lost revenue from lower property taxes and other incurred expenses.“The court of appeals held that the proximate cause requirement for private litigation under the FHA imposes little if any effective limitation on novel FHA claims by plaintiffs who are not the direct victims of an alleged FHA violation and instead seek compensation for “ripples of harm” extending outwards from such violations,” the brief reads. “The massive wave of litigation under the FHA—brought by private lawyers on behalf of municipalities—will impose potentially enormous costs on lenders without significantly advancing the goals of the FHA.” continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Investors were expecting Moderna‘s vaccine to be highly effective after Pfizer, another frontrunner in the Covid-19 vaccine, said last week that its vaccine was more than 90% effective. Moderna’s candidate, like that of the Pfizer-BioNTech partnership, is using messenger RNA, or mRNA, technology. It’s a new approach to vaccines that uses genetic material to provoke an immune response.Moderna said Monday its vaccine remains stable at 36 to 46 degrees Fahrenheit, the temperature of a standard home or medical refrigerator, for up to 30 days. It can be stored for up to six months at negative 4 degrees Fahrenheit. By comparison, Pfizer’s vaccine requires a storage temperature of minus 94 degrees Fahrenheit.Moderna told investors on Oct. 29 that it was “actively preparing” for the global launch of its potential vaccine after completing enrollment in its trial a week earlier. It said about 37% of the participants were from minority communities and 42% had other conditions or ages that put them at high risk of severe disease. Males outnumber females in the trial by 53% to 47%.Out of the 95 Covid-19 cases, 20 participants identified as being from “diverse” communities, including 12 Hispanic people, four African Americans, three Asian Americans and one multiracial.Moderna said it plans to apply for emergency use authorization with the Food and Drug Administration in “the coming weeks.” The trial will continue to accrue additional data relevant to safety and efficacy even after an application is submitted, the company said.By the end of the year, Moderna expects to have approximately 20 million doses of the vaccine ready to ship in the U.S., the company said. It said it remains on track to manufacture 500 million to 1 billion doses globally in 2021.The company already has supply agreements in North America, the Middle East and in other regions of the world. It announced in August that it had reached a deal with the U.S. government to supply 100 million doses of its vaccine. The deal gives the federal government the option to purchase up to 400 million additional doses. The U.S. had already invested $955 million in Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine development, bringing its total investment up to $2.48 billion, the company said at the time.In August, Moderna said it was charging between $32 and $37 per dose for its vaccine for some customers, under cheaper “pandemic pricing.” The company said it was in discussion for larger volume agreements that will have a lower price.This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.–CNBC’s Meg Tirrell contributed to this report. Shares of the company jumped by more than 11% in premarket trading. The announcement follows on the heels of similar news last week from Pfizer’s late-stage Covid-19 vaccine trial as pharmaceutical companies across the world race against the clock to find ways to prevent the virus, which has spread to more than 54.4 million people, killing more than 1.3 million.“This is a pivotal moment in the development of our COVID-19 vaccine candidate,” Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel said in a statement. “Since early January, we have chased this virus with the intent to protect as many people around the world as possible. All along, we have known that each day matters. This positive interim analysis from our Phase 3 study has given us the first clinical validation that our vaccine can prevent COVID-19 disease, including severe disease.”- Advertisement – Moderna said preliminary phase three trial data show its coronavirus vaccine is more than 94% effective in preventing Covid-19 — a result CEO Stephane Bancel called a “game-changer.”The analysis evaluated 95 confirmed Covid-19 infections among the trial’s 30,000 participants. Moderna, which developed its vaccine in collaboration with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said 90 cases of Covid-19 were observed in the placebo group versus 5 cases observed in the group that received its two-dose vaccine. That resulted in an estimated vaccine efficacy of 94.5%, it said.- Advertisement – The Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company also said there were no “significant” safety concerns, adding the vaccine was generally safe and well-tolerated with the majority of adverse events in participants being labeled as mild or moderate. Side effects included pain at the injection site and, after the second dose, fatigue, muscle pain and headaches.“Knowing that we have a vaccine that would help more people who would take it is just a wonderful feeling,” Bancel said in an interview with CNBC. “As you know a lot of people have been reluctant in surveys to take a vaccine because I think we’re worried about the politicization of a vaccine, they’re worried about what you get with a flu shot you know 50% to 60% efficacy.”With an efficacy rate of 95%, “that’s a game-changer, I believe,” he said.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
Investigators determined that 26 illness cases from August 2005 through June 2006 were caused by the same strain of Salmonella enterica serotype Enteritidis, according to the release. The same strain was found in product that people still had in their freezers, said Dr. Kirk Smith, supervisor of the Foodborne Disease Unit in the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). “The frozen chicken entrees in these outbreaks are breaded, pre-browned and individually wrapped, so it’s likely most ill consumers mistakenly assumed they have been precooked,” said Kevin Elfering, dairy and food inspection director in the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA), in a news release. He said people probably overlooked label instructions to fully cook the raw entrees and just heated them in a microwave. Although the kinds of products tied to these outbreaks are labeled as microwaveable, Minnesota officials warned not to cook them that way. “Microwaves vary in strength and tend to cook products unevenly; therefore, they are not appropriate for the primary preparation of raw meat and poultry,” the news release states. Salmonellosis symptoms include diarrhea, abdominal pain and cramps, and fever. They usually begin within 12 to 72 hours of exposure and subside within 5 to 7 days, but about 20% of cases require hospitalization, the MDH said. The other three illness cases were S Typhimurium infections with a DNA fingerprint that matched that of product in patients’ homes, Smith said. These cases prompted the USDA to issue a consumer advisory on Jul 3 (see link below). The products were produced by Aspen Foods and sold under a store brand name. Minnesota officials said they decided to warn the public of the risk because the labeling change will take time and because the products probably will still be marketed as “microwaveable.” Jul 21, 2006 (CIDRAP News) In the wake of two outbreaks of Salmonella infection involving 29 cases, Minnesota health officials are warning the public to be careful when cooking frozen, pre-browned chicken entrees. Salmonella is sometimes found in raw chicken and is not considered an adulterant, making thorough cooking imperative, MDH and USDA officials said. For safety, raw poultry products must be cooked to an internal temperature of 165ºF. The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced a limited recall in March in response to this outbreak, but cases have continued, the MDH said. The products mostly come from two manufacturers, Aspen Foods in Chicago (USDA plant P-1358) and Serenade Foods, Milford, Ind. (USDA plant P-2375). They are sold under various brand names, including store names. The USDA said that if one cooks the products in a microwave oven, one should use a food thermometer to check the temperature at multiple points inside the product and should wait a while after cooking to allow the heat to spread evenly throughout it. The agency said it is requiring new labels clearly stating that frozen chicken entrees contain raw chicken and must be fully cooked to 165ºF. The outbreaks prompted state health and agriculture officials yesterday to “strongly advise” people not to cook stuffed chicken entrees in microwave ovens because of the risk of uneven and incomplete cooking. See also: Apr 22, 2005, CIDRAP News story “Salmonella cases linked to frozen chicken entrees” Jul 3 FSIS news release (updated Jul 11)http://www.fsis.usda.gov/News_&_Events/NR_070306_01/index.asp In the Jul 3 advisory, the USDA said at least 34 recent salmonellosis cases across the nation have been linked to undercooked chicken entrees, in addition to the Minnesota cases.
Promoted Content7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A Vegan6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooLook Up At The Most Fascinated Ceilings In The World7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way Great Britain’s heptathlon world champion, Katarina Johnson-Thompson, was among those to speak out on Tuesday, questioning advice from the IOC asking them to prepare “as best they can” for the Games despite social contact and travel being placed under severe restrictions across the world because of the virus. Johnson-Thompson pointed out the difficulties she and other athletes are facing and wrote in a social media post: “I feel under pressure to train and keep the same routine, which is impossible.” The IOC said: “This is an exceptional situation, which requires exceptional solutions. “The IOC is committed to finding a solution with the least negative impact for the athletes, while protecting the integrity of the competition and the athletes’ health.Advertisement “No solution will be ideal in this situation, and this is why we are counting on the responsibility and solidarity of the athletes.” Olympic pole vault champion Katerina Stefanidi said the IOC was risking the health of athletes, who feel obliged to continue training despite advice to reduce contact. Hayley Wickenheiser, an IOC member, said the organisation’s conviction that the Games would go ahead was “insensitive and irresponsible given the state of humanity”. The former Canada ice hockey star added: “This crisis is bigger even than the Olympics.” Read Also:IOC: Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will hold as planned The IOC had said on Tuesday it was fully committed to staging the Games, and that with four months to go there was no need for any drastic decision to be taken. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… International Olympic Committee (IOC) has told athletes “no solution will be ideal” after a number of competitors raised concerns over its plans to press ahead with Tokyo 2020 despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Abramovich has had visa problems with the UK over the past 18 months.Grant still speaks to Abramovich and disputes claims the oligarch’s interest in Chelsea is fading.He told The Sun: “Roman loves the club and loves football, that’s for sure.“I respect England very much but I think it’s not right he didn’t get the visa to come to England. He gave a lot of things to English football.”read also:A peep into Roman Abramovich’s £66million ‘The Bandit’ interiorHe added: “Before I joined, everybody spoke about Chelsea‘s ugly football. After one month, nobody mentioned it. If you look back, it was maybe their best football.” Advertisement FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Former Chelsea manager and advisor Avram Grant says club owner Roman Abramovich has been treated unfairly by the UK government. Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks20 Amazing Facts About The Daenerys Of The House Of TargaryenThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyThe Absolute 10 Greatest Shows In HBO HistoryCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way Loading…
Manchester United set out to please their frustrated fans against Chelsea and Morgan Schneiderlin does not believe they could have done any more. United at least brought an end to a four-match losing run but are now eight without a win after the 0-0 draw at Old Trafford. As well as results, supporters have vented their anger at United’s style of play, particularly a lack of attacking threat. Ander Herrera thought he had broken the deadlock in the 56th minute from close range only for Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois to pull off an excellent save. The Spaniard could not believe he did not score, saying: “I think I put my foot correctly. I was in the right position. The cross of Anthony, I think, was very good. “I don’t know what happened, to be honest. I was going to celebrate it and saw the ball was not in. “We showed we were the better team but it was not enough. We cannot be happy but we can be proud of what we did. We have to be realistic, we have to win games but this is the way we have to play, I think.” Midfielder Schneiderlin told MUTV: ” We talked before the game and said it was a must for us to be aggressive, to be on the front foot and to attack, just for our fans because they deserve to see some attractive football. “Sometimes we can’t do that for whatever reason but it was a must for us to be on the front foot. We created some magnificent chances and for everyone in the crowd I think it was a beautiful game. “For us it was a good game as well because Chelsea are a very good team. But it will be hard to sleep because we didn’t win.” The clash between two struggling giants did not lack chances, and both keepers pulled off terrific saves while Juan Mata and Anthony Martial hit the woodwork for United. Schneiderlin was left mystified how his side did not secure the win but is confident better times lie ahead. The Frenchman said: “What more could we have done? We just needed to score one goal and then be able to play around it. “We know that if we can improve on the first part of the season, by scoring more goals and getting back to the strong defensive performances we had before the last few games, then anything can happen. “This isn’t finished. There are five months left, the second part of the season. We must be confident because we are Manchester United, we are one of the biggest teams in the world.” Press Association
For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Jonny Bairstow’s 106 off 99 balls along with Mark Wood’s 3/34 helped England seal semi-final berth in ICC World Cup 2019. Batting first, England got off to a perfect start with both Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy hammering the ball all-around the ground and eventually registering 123-run stand. Their contribution, along with Morgan’s late-fire 42 off 40 helped host to finish for 305 runs, which on the given day, turned out to be too much for the Kiwis as they fell short by a massive margin of 119 runs at Riverside Ground in Chester-le-Street.22:53 hrs IST: That’s it from us. Hope you enjoyed our coverage as much as we did to bring this to you. Do join us for tomorrow’s game as Afghanistan play their last game against West Indies. Till then, it’s bye from Vedant. Keep cheering and enjoy the World Cup.22:51 hrs IST: Jonny Bairstow was awarded as the man-of-the-match.22:42 hrs IST: RESULT: England beat New Zealand by 119 runs, qualify for semi-finals22:39 hrs IST: WICKET! Knocked him over. Matt Henry departs for 7. England now one wicket away. After 44 overs, it’s 181/9. 22:35 hrs IST: England are minutes away from victory. After 43 overs, it’s 180/8. 22:33 hrs IST: Just one came from the over. After 42 overs, it’s 176/8. 22:29 hrs IST: Four singles from the over. After 41 overs, it’s 175/8. 22:20 hrs IST: WICKET! Trapped right in front. Mark Wood gets another wicket. Santner departs for 12. England now three wickets away. After 40 overs, it’s 171/8.22:15 hrs IST: WICKET! Liam Plunkett bowled a slower one and Latham just couldn’t time it. New Zealand’s last hope is back to the pavilion. England three wickets away from entering the semi-finals. After 39 overs, it’s 166/7. 22:12 hrs IST: Good over for New Zealand. Couple of boundaries from the over. After 38 overs, it’s 168/6. 22:07 hrs IST: FIFTY! Tom Latham gets to his 15th ODI fifty! The form is back! After 37 overs, it’s 157/6. 22:05 hrs IST: Tom Latham has looked good today. He hasn’t been that effective in the tournament but has come good today. After 36 overs, it’s 151/6. 21:55 hrs IST: Time for DRINKS!21:45 hrs IST: The runs are just not coming. Just three runs from the over. After 33 overs, it’s 139/3. 21:35 hrs IST: Two runs from the over. After 29 overs, it’s 130/6. 21:25 hrs IST: Very disappointed by New Zealand’s steep decline at the World Cup. Will scrape through on NRR but don’t see them troubling Australia in the semi-final. Pakistan can well say New Zealand were very lucky a couple of times but eventually you make your own fortune. The first loss to the West Indies is still haunting them. Having said that, they still need to beat Bangladesh who have played better than their results indicate, said Harsha Bhogle21:15 hrs IST: WICKET! Mark Wood bowled a good length delivery and Jimmy Neesham tried to send it through the left side of point fielder. However, gets an inside edge and onto the stumps. Half-side back to the pavilion. After 26 overs, it’s 124/5. 21:10 hrs IST: The first 25 overs are done and dusted. England are right on top. Hoowever, New Zealand has made some sort of a comeback with Latham, Neesham managing a 50-run stand. After 25 overs, it’s 123/4.21:04 hrs IST: Seven runs off the over. It’s 115/4 in 24 overs. 21:00 hrs IST: A small partnership between Latham and Neesham seems to be building up. The duo has scored 37 runs together. After 23 overs, it’s 108/4. 20:56 hrs IST: 100-up for New Zealand. After 22 overs, it’s 104/4.20:53 hrs IST: Another big over. It has been easier to score against spinners. 10 came from it. After 21 overs, it’s 97/4. 20:50 hrs IST: The first 20 overs done and dusted. England has been able to dominate the second half perfectly. After 20 overs, it’s 87/4. 20:48 hrs IST: Good over for Kiwis. Nine runs from it. After 19 overs, it’s 84/4.20:45 hrs IST: Five runs from the over. After 18 overs, it’s 75/4.20:37 hrs IST: WICKET! Another wicket down. What is New Zealand trying to do? – Ross Taylor gets run out. After 17 overs, it’s 70/4. 20:29 hrs IST: WICKET! This could be the game-changing moment of the match. Brilliant work from Wood, but he wasn’t 100 percent sure if he got a hand on it initially. Kane Williamson gets RUN-OUT! After 16 overs, it’s 68/3.20:24 hrs IST: Five runs from the over. After 15 overs, it’s 61/2.20:15 hrs IST: Ones and twos – New Zealand are building the partnership again. Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor are playing with responsibility. After 14 overs, it’s 56/2. 20:09 hrs IST: Just three runs from the over and New Zealand see themseleves at 40/2 in 11 overs. 20:04 hrs IST: The first 10 overs belong to England. They have been able to come with a set plan and have execute it perfectly. After 10 overs, it’s 37/2. 20:00 hrs IST: A boundary and three singles from the over. After 9 overs, it’s 28/2. 19:56 hrs IST: The onus is on Kane Williamson. After 8 overs, it’s 21/1. 19:49 hrs IST: Three runs from the over and all-important wicket. After 6 overs, it’s 16/2.19:47 hrs IST: WICKET! Openers back to pavilion and Jofra Archer picks his first. Martin Guptill’s forgettable run continues. After 5.2 overs, it’s 14/2. 19:43 hrs IST: New Zealand batsmen Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson are watching the ball cautiously. After 5 overs, 13/1. 19:25 hrs IST: WICKET! Henry Nicholas gets a golden duck. Oh dear! New Zealand needed a good start. After 1 over, it’s 2/1.19:22 hrs IST: We are back with chase, as Martin Guptill and Henry Nicholas are out in the middle and so are English player.18:50 hrs IST: INNINGS BREAK: England 305/8 in 50 overs vs New Zealand (Jonny Bairstow 104, Matt Henry 2/54)18:46 hrs IST: England’s tail-enders are doing well to take them to a fighting total. 22 runs came in last two overs. After 49 overs, it’s 299/7. 18:32 hrs IST: WICKET! Matt Henry bowled a slower delivery and Morgan was early in his shot – smashed it straight to the fielder. England – SEVEN DOWN. After 47 overs, it’s 277/7.18:31 hrs IST: BIG OVER! Couple of boundaries and England managed 13 runs from Trent Boult’s over. After 46 overs, it’s 272/6. 18:25 hrs IST: WICKET! Neesham sends Chris Woakes for 4. England is in serious trouble now. They haven’t been able to build partnership. After 45 overs, it’s 259/6.18:21 hrs IST: Ones and twos – that’s exactly what England team is able to manage. The runs have become fifficult to score. After 44 overs, it’s 254/5.18:17 hrs IST: Just one run off the over, and New Zealand are certainly back on track. After 43 overs, it;s 249/5. 18:13 hrs IST: WICKET! Santner tossed the ball up and Ben Stokes tried to go down the track but finds the fielder. After 42 overs, it’s 248/5. 18:10 hrs IST: Stokes is taking too much time in the middle to get settled. Five from the over. With 9 overs still to go, England will still be fancying their chances to go past 320-run mark. After 41 overs, it’s 246/4. 18:05 hrs IST: A boundary and five runs from the over. After 40 overs, it’s 241/4.18:01 hrs IST: Just three from the over. After 39 overs, it’s 232/4. 17:57 hrs IST: Another good over from New Zealand. Just three from the over. After 38 overs, it’s 229/4. 17:53 hrs IST: MAIDEN OVER! It took a while for Kiwi bowlers to bowl this. After 37 overs, it’s 226/4. 17:50 hrs IST: Couple of boundaries from the over. After 36 overs, it’s 226/4. 17:44 hrs IST: A wicket and four runs. After 35 overs, it’s 218/4. 17:41 hrs IST: WICKET! GONE! And New Zealand are back in the game. Buttler departs for 10. After 34.2 overs, it’s 214/4.17:39 hrs IST: Another good over from Matt Henry. Three singles from the over. After 34 overs, it’s 214/3. 17:34 hrs IST: Five runs from the over. After 33 overs, it’s 211/3. 17:29 hrs IST: WICKET! Inside edge and onto the stumps. A superb ton comes to an end. New Zealand picks two quick wickets. After 32 overs, it’s 206/3. 17:21 hrs IST: 200-up for England in 31 overs and it’s time for DRINKS.17:16 hrs IST: WICKET! Just a slight nip and through to the keeper. Joe Root will have to take a long walk back to the pavilion. Trent Boult provides all-important breakthrough. Departs for 24. 17:14 hrs IST: CENTURY! Bairstow flicks down to square leg region and off she goes – gets to his 9th ODI ton. After 30 overs, it’s 194/1. 17:09 hrs IST: Four singles from the over. Bairstow is taking his time as he enters 90s. After 29 overs, it’s 186/1. 17:05 hrs IST: Jonny Bairstow nears his 9th ODI ton and England see themselves at 182/1 in 28 overs. 17:00 hrs IST: 50-run stand between Bairstow and Root. After 27 overs, it’s 173/1.16:52 hrs IST: Seven runs from the over. After 26 overs, it’s 168/1.16:50 hrs IST: First 25 overs are done and dusted. England has started off pretty well and should finish between 330-340 from here. It’s 161/1. 16:44 hrs IST: 150-up for England. 11 runs from the over and they see themselves at 156/1 in 24 overs. 16:41 hrs IST: Four runs from the over. After 23 overs, it’s 145/1.16:37 hrs IST: There seems to be nothing for the bowler at Riverside Ground. After 22 overs, it’s 141/1. 16:33 hrs IST: Just two runs from the over. After 21 overs, it’s 135/1. 16:29 hrs IST: The first 20 overs belong to England. They have been able to dominate the game well. After 20 overs, its 133/1. 16:22 hrs IST: WICKET! After couple of boundaries in 19th over, Jimmy Neesham bowled a slower delivery and Roy was early in his shot. First breathrough and a much-needed one for New Zealand. After 19 overs, it’s 124/1.16:18 hrs IST: Good comeback from Tim Southee. Just four runs from the over. After 18 overs, it’s 115/0.16:11 hrs IST: FIFTY! The duo gets to their respective fifties and what a better day to get to this milestone. Jason Roy gets to his 17th ODI fifty and Jonny Bairstow gets to his 12th ODI fifty. After 17 overs, it’s 111/0.16:08 hrs IST: Just three runs from the over. After 16 overs, it’s 107/0.16:03 hrs IST: 100-run stand between Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy. It has been an exceptional first wicket stand. After 15 overs, it’s 104/0. 16:00 hrs IST: The two batsmen near fifty. After 14 overs, it’s 93/0. 15:57 hrs IST: New Zealand is just not able to stop the class of these two English over. After 13 overs, it’s 86/0.15:55 hrs IST: New Zealand desperately in need of a wicket. 10 runs from it. After 12 overs, it’s 78/0. 15:50 hrs IST: A good over for New Zealand. Just one came off it. After 11 overs, it’s 68/0.15:45 hrs IST: The first 10 overs belong to England here. They came with a set plan and have been able to execute it perfectly. The host know that they need a win here to qualify, and they are playing according to that. After 10 overs, it’s 67/0. 15:40 hrs IST: Seven runs from the over. After 9 overs, it’s 66/0. 15:35 hrs IST: Another good over for England. Six came off it. After 8 overs, it’s 59/0. 15:30 hrs IST: 50-run stand between Bairstow and Roy. Five runs from the over. After 7 overs, it’s 53/0. 15:25 hrs IST: Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow are hammering the ball all around the ground, and New Zealand seems to be on backfoot. After 6 overs, it’s 48/0. 15:20 hrs IST: Hat-trick of boundaries from Jonny Bairstow’s willow and England see themselves at 44/0 in 5 overs. 15:16 hrs IST: Both Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow are off to a solid start against formidable Kiwi bowling line up. A boundary or two is coming in every over. After 4 overs, it’s 31/0. 15:07 hrs IST: Score after 2 overs: Roy 11(12) Bairstow 0(0)15:06 hrs IST: FOUR! Full on the leg and Roy does well to pick the slower one and clips it thourgh square leg for four. 15:04 hrs IST: Trent Bolt comes to the attack from another attack. 15:03 hrs IST: Nine runs off the first over. Score after 1 over: ENG 9-0; Roy 5(6) Bairstow 0(0)15:02 hrs IST: FOUR! Santner gifts the boundry and Roya is off the mark. A full toss was asking to be hit and Roy obliges.15:01 hrs IST: FOUR! Leg byes, the ball almost kissed the leg stump. Roy survive first ball scare and England gets the boundry as well. Are the riding on the luck today? They need it as well.15:00 hrs IST: Roy and Bairstow are at the crease. Roy is on strike. New Zealand is starting with the spin. Santner will open the attack.14:36 hrs IST: Tim Southee is playing his first match of the tournament. He has replaced Locky Ferguson. Also, Mat Henry comes in for Ish Sodhi. New Zealand Playing XI: Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Kane Williamson(c), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham(w), Colin de Grandhomme, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Matt Henry, Trent BoultEngland Playing XI: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(w), Chris Woakes, Liam Plunkett, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood14:31 hrs IST: England has won the toss and they have decided to bat first.14:25 hrs IST: Five more minutes for the toss. It’s a fresh wicket with a bit of grass cover. Team winning the toss would like to bat first.14:15 hrs IST: Hello and welcome to News Nation World Cup live blog. 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