West Ham XI vs Aston Villa: Confirmed early team news, lineup, latest injuries for Premier League


The West Ham forward, who has been working his way back from a hamstring problem picked up before the international break, has been back in training but now faces competition from Sebastien Haller.

Against a transformed Aston Villa on Monday night, with the Hammers seeking a third win and clean sheet on the bounce, Moyes may well opt to keep things straightforward.

Predicted XI (3-4-3): Fabianski; Balbuena, Ogbonna, Cresswell; Coufal, Rice, Soucek, Masuaku; Bowen, Fornals, Haller

Last meeting: West Ham 1-1 Aston Villa

West Ham squad from: Fabianski, Randolph, Martin, Balbuena, Diop, Ogbonna, Dawson, Coufal, Fredericks, Johnson, Cresswell, Masuaku, Noble, Rice, Soucek, Fornals, Snodgrass, Lanzini, Yarmolenko, Benrahma, Bowen, Haller.

Doubts: Antonio (hamstring)



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Pilot suffers back injuries after light plane crash at Stanley in Tasmania’s north-west


A pilot has crash landed his light plane in a paddock in north-west Tasmania after the engine failed, police say.

The only occupant, Owen Roberts of Yolla, walked away from the crash landing involving a Jabiru aircraft and contacted authorities himself.

In a statement, Tasmania Police said the 68-year-old was taken to hospital with suspected back injuries.

The engine failed shortly after take off from the Wynyard Airport.

Police and emergency services were called to the scene near Green Hills Road about about 9:05am.

Police and emergency services were this morning on the scene near Green Hills Road.(Supplied)

Wynyard Aero Club president David McCarthy said Mr Roberts was an experienced member of the club.

“It sounds like an engine failure for some reason and then Owen would have done a controlled landing into a field,” he said.

“But he’s certainly been flying for quite a number of years and well trained to undertake forced landings as part of our regular training that we do.”

On landing, the front tyre struck a rock, damaging the wheel, undercarriage and propeller.

The matter will be referred to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.

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The pilot was able to contact authorities himself before being taken to hospital with back injuries.(Supplied: Tasmania Police)



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Jarryd Hayne sex assault trial: Woman’s gruesome injuries detailed in court


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A woman has told a jury how she froze as former NRL superstar Jarryd Hayne allegedly sexually assaulted her inside a Newcastle bedroom, causing gruesome injuries that left her “bleeding everywhere”.

Mr Haynes’ Newcastle District Court trial heard on Tuesday that the woman suffered two lacerations to her genitalia after the former Parramatta Eels fullback allegedly pulled off her jeans and began unwanted oral and digital sex on her.

Mr Hayne, 32, has pleaded not guilty to two counts of aggravated sexual intercourse without consent recklessly inflicting actual bodily harm.

He claims the sex was consensual when he went to her home on the night of the NRL grand final in 2018 and the woman’s injuries were accidental.



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NRL news: Matt Moylan, Cronulla Sharks contract, salary, injuries, 2021 team


Maligned Cronulla star Matt Moylan has enlisted the help of a renowned running coach in a desperate bid to get his NRL career back on track.

The 29-year-old struggled to get on the park in 2020 and he has famously suffered hamstring issues, among other injuries, over the course of his career.

He was once touted as the next Darren Lockyer, but hasn’t made a mark on the representative stage and certainly hasn’t reach those heights since joining the Sharks.

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He’s contracted for 2021 but on a salary believed to be around $800,000 Moylan will struggle to find another job at the same value.



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Walbundrie crash: Mother trapped for hour with leg injuries, two daughters unharmed | The Border Mail


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A mother was trapped in her car for about an hour near Walbundrie on Wednesday morning after her car crashed into a tree. The 37-year-old’s two daughters were also in the car, but were able to crawl from the wreckage themselves. A NSW Ambulance spokesman said emergency services were called to reports of a single vehicle accident on Barkers Road, off Daysdale Road just before 8.30am. IN OTHER NEWS: “There was one female patient who was trapped in the car and two children, aged eight and 10, who were out of the vehicle,” he said. “The female was treated for leg injuries and transported, with her two daughters, to Albury Base Hospital in a stable condition.” The woman was trapped for about an hour, while emergency services worked to remove her from the car. The daughters received no injuries.

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State of Origin 2020: QLD Maroons vs NSW Blues, Cameron Munster concussion, Nathan Cleary, Teams, Game 3, Injuries, Josh Addo-Carr, Suspensions, Payne Haas, Tino Fa’asuamaleaui


The 2020 State of Origin series will be up for grabs in the decider next Wednesday at Suncorp Stadium and both teams will have selection headaches.

Here is the latest team news ahead of next week’s do-or-die decider.

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State of Origin 2020: Game 2, Live blog, teams, NSW Blues vs QLD Maroons, Nathan Cleary, Injuries, Brad Fittler, Wayne Bennett


Queensland’s shock 18-14 victory in game one has added extra intrigue to the second match of the State of Origin series on Wednesday.

However, also adding to the theatre surrounding the contest is the trading of verbal blows and opinions surrounding both the strength of the Maroons side and form of the Blues halves.

Read on for all the latest news and updates ahead of the second game of the series.

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AFL 2020: Charlie Curnow injury, Carlton, knee injuries, off-season, injury list, how long is Charlie Curnow out for


Carlton forward Charlie Curnow will undergo surgery to address yet another setback with his right knee, with the club confirming he has suffered a fractured kneecap.

The 23-year-old will undergo surgery on Wednesday to repair the patella, which was also operated on back in April and has been a driving reason for his 17-month absence from AFL action.

In a statement released on Tuesday night, Carlton footy boss Brad Lloyd confirmed the bad news.

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Melbourne Cup: How many horses have died, deaths, injuries, Anthony Van Dyck, #NupToTheCup


There was an eerie silence at Flemington today for the Melbourne Cup with crowds banished due to Covid restrictions.

However, it was not just the pandemic that threatened to dampen the biggest day in the racing calendar.

Anti horseracing protests were expected again on Australia’s biggest racing day, spurred by the deaths of six horses on Cup day since 2013.

That number has now hit seven after Anthony Van Dyck was euthanised after breaking down in the race.

It was loaded into an ambulance at the track.





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State of Origin 2020: Queensland Maroons v NSW Blues, Kurt Capewell, Stephen Crichton injuries, team news, Phillip Sami,


Blues centre Stephen Crichton has been ruled out of contention for State of Origin II after going down with a hamstring injury at NSW training.

Crichton was on standby after being listed in the reserves, but The Daily Telegraph reported he will be replaced by Zac Lomax as a precautionary measure due to the hamstring injury.

Dragons skipper Cameron McInnes is understood to be the other player on standby for Game II, with Luke Keary and Reagan Campbell-Gillard set to be cut 24 hours before kick-off.

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Meanwhile Queensland captain Daly Cherry-Evans says he’s hopeful Kurt Capewell can shake off a groin injury and play for the Maroons in Wednesday night’s Origin game.



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