Dottin: Looks like I’ve fought Tyson

first_imgBRISBANE, Australia (CMC):West Indies Women batting star Deandra Dottin has quipped that she looks as if she has fought legendary boxer Mike Tyson after undergoing a successful facial surgery to rectify injuries sustained in an ugly on-field collision during the Women’s Big Bash earlier this week.The 25-year-old suffered multiple fractures to her cheekbones after colliding with Brisbane Heat teammate Laura Harris as both attempted to field a delivery on the boundary at Allan Border Field last Tuesday.”[The operation was] a great success I have been told. Thank you to the wonderful staff at Wesley Private Hospital in Brisbane,” the Barbadian all-rounder said on her Facebook page.”Face looks like I have gone 12 rounds with Mike Tyson, but I feel really good. Thanks to all the well wishers once more.”Dottin underwent surgery here Friday and has been ruled out of action for an undetermined period.She was expected to be a key member of the Heat campaign this season and had already weighed in prominently with bat and ball.last_img read more

Poland v Colombia: World Cup 2018 preview, confirmed line-ups, plus more

first_imgLatest World Cup news Colombia will welcome back James Rodriguez against Poland INJURY BLOWBelgium front three all doubtful for England clash TOTTENHAM TUSSLEToby Alderweireld excited to face Spurs team-mate Harry Kane at World Cup 3 3 NO DRAMA‘It wasn’t even the team!’ – Southgate defends media over supposed England ‘leak’ Jose Pekerman (Colombia): “It’s quite possible and probable that we might change a couple of players. This World Cup really doesn’t give you any time to breathe.“In our group, all the teams are very even. All the matches are going to be very hard for the four teams in this group and that’s what we’re seeing.“We didn’t start very well, that’s true, and now we have to overcome that.”What the players are sayingGrzegorz Krychowiak (Poland): “Colombia has many great players headed by James Rodriguez, but we have to focus on ourselves. Eliminate the mistakes we’ve made. At our own request we lost two goals with Senegal. You have to be so concentrated that these things do not happen.”Santiago Arias (Colombia): “Poland are not just Lewandowski. The idea is to counter the qualities of the Poland side, not just Lewandowski. We all want to win our battles.”CONFIRMED XI’SPoland: Szczesny; Piszczek, Bednarek, Pazdan, Bereszynski, Krychowiak, Zielinski, Rybus, Kownacki, Goralski, Lewandowski.Colombia: Ospina; Mojica, Sanchez, Mina, Arias; Barrios, Aguilar, James, Cuadrado, Quintero, FalcaoWhere can I stream Poland v Colombia?The match will be live on talkSPORT. We’ll bring you commentary from 7pm.You can listen live by clicking this link – Poland v Colombia. MATCH REPORTKroos stunner brings Germany back from the brink and breaks Swedish hearts GROUP GEngland v Panama: World Cup 2018 match preview, team line-ups, and more GROUP FMexico on the verge of World Cup last 16 with routine win over South Korea LIVE ON TALKSPORTJapan v Senegal: Preview, team news and radio commentary The Kazan Arena will host Poland v Colombia center_img GROUP FGermany v Sweden: World Cup 2018 preview, predicted line-ups, key player plus more 3 Poland v Colombia is a must-win clash for both sides.They both lost their opening Group H matches 2-1, to Senegal and Japan respectively, and a defeat for either will ensure an early exit from the 2018 World Cup. Key playerPoland: Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is Poland’s captain and all-time leading goalscorer and the man they look to for inspiration. He failed to find the back of the net on his World Cup debut against Senegal and will be desperate to get on the scoresheet against Colombia and keep his country’s last 16 hopes alive.Colombia: Set to return from the injury which kept him out of the starting line-up against Japan, Lewandowki’s Bayern Munich teammate James Rodriguez will start against the Poles and will be Colombia’s best chance of progressing to the knockout stages.What the managers are sayingAdam Nawalka (Poland): “There is a lot of disenchantment, we are quite angry after the last match so we want to play at a different level.“One match does not mean anything for either Poland or Colombia. It will be a very interesting game tomorrow and we strongly believe we will emerge victorious.“We play a significant match, actions will speak louder than words on the pitch.” TEAM NEWSSterling will start for England against Panama MUTINYArgentina players stage coup against under fire manager Jorge Sampaoli – reports talkSPORT are with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network. Poland could welcome back influential centre-back Kamil Glik after he returned to full training this week following a shoulder injury which had initially been expected to keep him out of the entire tournament.Colombia are set to welcome back their star man, James Rodriguez, after he was only fit enough to be a substitute in the opening game against Japan due to a calf problem.The 26-year-old, winner of the Golden Boot in Brazil four years ago, came on for the final half an hour in Saransk but was unable to help his team salvage a point after they had Carlos Sanchez sent off inside three minutes. Poland manager Adam Nawalka runs the rule over his side LIVE ON TALKSPORTSouth Korea v Mexico: Preview, team news and radio commentary LIVE ON TALKSPORTGermany v Sweden: Preview, team news and radio commentarylast_img read more