Alab forges semis tiff vs Singapore

first_imgThe Long Lions rested import Josh Boone for the second straight game, allowing James Hughes to wreak havoc inside the paint. Still, Alab needed a late run to put away the Long Lions, who still led, 71-70, early in the fourth period.Alab hiked its record to 10-9 heading into its last assignment in Kaohsiung on Sunday against the Kaohsiung Truth.Celiz fired 13 of his 17 points in the first half alone to keep Alab in the thick of the fight. Hughes added 17 points and 14 rebounds.ADVERTISEMENT The Slingers own home court advantage in the series, but Alab coach Mac Cuan believes the victory against the league-leading Long Lions will help his squad’s confidence in its playoff push.Hong Kong, which holds the top seed in the playoffs, will play either Saigon Heat or the Malaysia Westports Dragons in the other semifinal pairing.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSBreak new groundSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return“It’s a great win to get our minds right for the playoffs and start preparing for it,” said Cuan, after Alab beat Hong Kong for the first time after three losses this season.“I’m just happy we didn’t start flat and we competed right from the start regardless of the (Josh) Boone situation.” Duterte promises to look for funds to establish rail transport in Cebu View comments Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Palace: Crisis over ABC-CBN franchise unlikely Taal Volcano evacuees warned against going home ‘1917’ takes top honor at the Producers Guild Awards LATEST STORIES Prince Harry: ‘No other option’ but to cut royal ties Panelo: Duterte only wants to emulate strong political will of Marcos MOST READ Marcos monument beside Aquino’s stirs Tarlac town ‘It’s not my shame’: Why Filipino women are calling out sexual misconduct on social media ‘Bad Boys for Life’ debuts so good with box office top spot ASEAN Basketball League/Glenn Michael TanFinding its rhythm early, Alab Pilipinas locked up the No. 3 seed heading into the 2017 Asean Basketball League playoffs after an 82-75 victory over Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions on Sunday night at USEP Gymin Davao City.With import Sampson Carter and local Robby Celiz getting into the groove in the first half, the Filipinos got off strong this time on their way to snapping a three-game slide and setting up a clash with No. 2 Singapore Slingers in the best-of-three semifinals starting April 2.ADVERTISEMENT Madis, Velez dominate Davao City PPS tennislast_img read more

Ronaldo hits milestone as Portugal sink New Zealand

first_imgA dream fulfilled for Christian Puskas in Ronaldo’s sightsSantos fielded an attacking line-up packed with experience and resisted the temptation to rest Ronaldo with Portugal still requiring a point to qualify and vying with Mexico and Russia for top spot.Ronaldo twice threatened the New Zealand goal in quick succession, nodding straight at goalkeeper Stefan Marinovic on 24 minutes and then clattering the crossbar shortly after with another header from a Ricardo Quaresma cross.But the Portugal captain made no mistake after Danilo was wrestled to the ground in the area by a combination of Tom Doyle and Tommy Smith following a corner.Ronaldo buried the resultant penalty beyond Stefanovic to draw level with former Hungary great Sandor Kocsis and within nine goals of the legendary Ferenc Puskas’ European record of 84 at international level.Portugal swiftly doubled their lead when Eliseu’s dangerous low cross from the left was forced home by Silva, although there was brief concern for the new Manchester City signing as he landed awkwardly on his ankle. New Zealand skipper Chris Wood nearly grabbed a lifeline for the All Whites on the hour, but his back-post effort was scrambled off the line by a combination of Rui Patricio and Bruno Alves.Ronaldo could have added to his tally when he climbed to meet a Nelson Semedo delivery, his header scooped away by Stefanovic who then stood tall to superbly deny Andre Silva.Santos withdrew Ronaldo on 67 minutes with the semi-finals in mind, and his replacement Nani nearly struck within moments of his introduction only for Stefanovic to brilliantly tip behind his deflected shot.Silva finally provided Portugal with further breathing space 10 minutes from time as the AC Milan-bound striker ran at the Kiwi defence before drilling into the roof of the net. MOST READ New Zealand boss Anthony Hudson felt the final result was harsh on his players.“We started the game really well, and were the stronger of the two teams,” said Hudson.“But we had a period in that first half when we allowed them to come into the game and gave ourselves too much to do to get back into it.” Mexico eliminated hosts Russia with a 2-1 win in Kazan to join Portugal on seven points, with Santos’ side to face the runners-up of Group B on Wednesday for a place in the July 2 final.Copa America holders Chile lead Germany on goal difference ahead of the final round of matches in Group B, although Australia and Cameroon still harbour outside qualification hopes.ADVERTISEMENT Andre Silva added a third on 80 minutes before Nani completed the rout in stoppage time to ensure Portugal progressed to last four as winners of Group A, finishing above Mexico on goal difference.“We knew it could be complicated because we had seen New Zealand play Mexico and the problems they caused the Mexicans,” said Portugal coach Fernando Santos.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnSPORTSBreak new ground“I thought we played well in many parts of the game; in others, not so well. Overall though, it was a fair victory. “But I think the New Zealand team should have scored a goal — they deserved one.”  Antetokounmpo brothers – from migrants to ambassadors Swing Out Sister back to PH this April Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ Portugal’s forward Cristiano Ronaldo (L) falls over New Zealand’s defender Andrew Durante after missing a goal during the 2017 Confederations Cup group A football match between New Zealand and Portugal at the Saint Petersburg Stadium in Saint Petersburg on June 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Kirill KUDRYAVTSEVCristiano Ronaldo scored his 75th international goal as Portugal trounced New Zealand 4-0 in Saint Petersburg on Saturday to advance to the semi-finals of the Confederations Cup.The Real Madrid star struck from the penalty spot on 33 minutes to fire the European champions in front before Bernardo Silva turned in a second goal four minutes later.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES 7 NPA members surrender in Isabela provincecenter_img For Ina, portraying a zombie is like an ‘out-of-body experience’ Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Former Manchester United winger Nani then drilled in a fourth in injury time, with Portugal now having lost just one of their last 23 competitive fixtures. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Trump invites Duterte again to visit US – this time for March summit Missile-capable frigate BRP Jose Rizal inches closer to entering PH Navy’s fleet Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer Gerald: Just because I’ve been bashed doesn’t mean I’d stop working Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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Nurse backs WI to win at Sabina

first_imgWest Indies off-spin bowler Ashley Nurse believes the home team has a very good chance of winning the final match at Sabina Park tomorrow and tying their five-match one-day international series against India.The series is currently being led by India 2-1 after rain caused a no-result in the first encounter.”The guys are on a high and have gained a lot of confidence from the last game,” said Nurse, referring to their fourth match, which the West Indies won by 11 runs. They lost the first duel by 105 runs and second by 93 runs.”Therefore, once we come out, and tick all the boxes, I have no doubt that we can win the match, and level the series,” he added.The West Indies, who held their first training session at Sabina Park yesterday, will enter the showdown hoping to improve their batting displays so far.In the second match, the regional men, chasing 311 to win in Trinidad and Tobago were restricted to 205 for six, while in the third game in Antigua, they could only manage 158 in search of 252 for victory.There was also a less-than-ideal batting display in the fourth match also in Antigua where they scored 189 for nine before restricting the Indians to 178.These batting displays, according to Nurse, can be corrected and with the series now on the line, he is hoping the batsmen can rise to the occasion.”Not a lot of people expected us to do well in the series,” he said. “Everybody expected us to get five-love. To therefore be in a position where we can share the series is a testament to our commitment and belief.”Nurse, who along with leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo, have been spearheading the West Indies one-day spin bowling attack in recent times, has so far taken 26 wickets in 17 matches at an average of 26.04 and an economy rate of 4.56. He has best figures of four for 62.last_img read more

Mourinho backs ‘clean’ Rojo

first_imgThe incident comes just nine days after Rojo dodged a dismissal for a similarly poor challenge on Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye.United boss Mourinho refused to comment on the tackle itself but insisted Rojo’s integrity could not be called into question.”He is playing phenomenal. He’s playing really well,” the Portuguese said.“He’s a clean player, he’s aggressive in his nature, Argentinean, he’s emotional, but very clean.“I didn’t comment on David Luiz on Marouane Fellaini, I didn’t comment (Danny) Rose on (Henrikh) Mkhitaryan, I’m not going to comment on this one.”Victory at Palace extended United’s unbeaten run in all competitions to nine games, and saw them claim back-to-back league victories for the first time since August.“Two big wins,” Mourinho added. “Two victories mean six draws, if in five matches you win two and lose three that’s better than five draws.“The reality is I forget my draws and focus on performances. The performances have been very good for a long time. The players deserve this happiness.“First half we were in control, we had no problems. In the second half, after their goal, no more control, let’s go for it, with quality, with passion, with risk, and the players deserved it.“Even if this game finished 1-1 I’d have the same feeling towards my players. It’s difficult. We played against Tottenham two days ago, we had to run a lot, a big game, difficult, today we saw some of the boys really tired.“The boys they did phenomenal against a very difficult opponent, who had 24 hours more than us to rest, it means a lot, and before Tottenham we had the game in Ukraine. So I think the boys deserve this.”-By Sky Sports-0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000United boss Mourinho refused to comment on the tackle itself but insisted Rojo’s integrity could not be called into question. PHOTO/SKYLONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 15- Jose Mourinho defended Marcos Rojo’s character after the Manchester United defender escaped punishment for a two-footed lunge at Crystal Palace.The Argentina international’s robust attempt to dispossess Wilfried Zaha, 38 minutes into United’s 2-1 victory at Selhurst Park, was seen by referee Craig Pawson but only yielded a yellow card.last_img read more

Job Vacancy: Call Us Ltd. seeks store production supervisor

first_imgJOB VACANCY: A Killybegs company is seeking staff to join their hardworking team.Management at Call Us Ltd in Killybegs are seeking a Store Production Supervisor to join their workforce.This is a maternity cover starting March 1st , 2017. If you’re interested then please send a CV to or by post to Call Us Ltd. Roshine Road, Killybegs, Co. Donegal. Job Vacancy: Call Us Ltd. seeks store production supervisor was last modified: February 1st, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Call Us LtdjobsKillybegsVacancylast_img read more

Photo of the Week: Winter Has Arrived in Southeast Michigan

first_imgIt’s more than a month before the official start of winter on December 21 in our area, but winter has definitely arrived in southeast Michigan. Snow showers came down in our area more than a week ago, but didn’t stick. The ground was too warm and the snow slowly melted away. Not the case this past week.Colder weather swept through our area, and heavy thick snowflakes came down, coating everything in sight.Including my burning bush in my front courtyard, creating a magical look of white snow on top of the branches.If you look closely, you’ll see a few brightly colored burning bush leaves as well as bright red fruit on the snow-covered branches. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedPhoto of the Week: Wood Ducks are Back!You know spring has returned to southeast Michigan when you see the unmistakable Wood Ducks in the ponds of flooded harvested corn fields. Wood Ducks are one of the first migrating waterfowl to return to southeast Michigan in late winter and early spring. And there’s no way anyone can mistake…In “Nature”Photo of the Week: Winter Rainbow at Lake Erie MetroparkDid you see it? Look in the sky, to the left of the pond. I was expecting another hawk. Or perhaps a Great Blue Heron slowly winging its way across the early morning sky at Lake Erie Metropark on the northeastern shore of Lake Erie. I was surprised by what…In “Michigan”Photo of the Week: First Major Snow of the SeasonThe snow has been coming down steadily since I woke up this morning, a light snow that’s covering everything white in a winter wonderland in southeast Michigan. I took this photo on the south side of Canton, Michigan, near Michigan Avenue. The trail  behind the gazebo was inviting for a hike,…In “Michigan”last_img read more

More women engineers for South Africa

first_imgHema Vallabh is listed in the Mail & Guardian newspaper’s 2011 list of 200 top young South Africans. (Image: Mail & Guardian) MEDIA CONTACTS • Hema Vallabh   GirlEng   +49 170 914 4961RELATED ARTICLES • Fostering SA’s young scientists • SA scientists win AU awards • Denel helps maths, science pupils • SA students tops at science awards • SKA on the African horizonWilma den HartighWhen Hema Vallabh set her sights on studying engineering, she had no idea that one day she would lead a campaign that encourages more young women to pursue careers in engineering.Her determination to reduce the severe shortage of female engineers in South Africa, and to see more young women study engineering, has earned her a spot on the Mail & Guardian newspaper’s 2011 list of 200 top young South Africans.The title is only awarded to deserving young people who are willing to think creatively about what they can do to make a difference and bring about change in South Africa.Vallabh is a chemical engineer at fuel and chemical giant Sasol and director of GirlEng, a sub-division of South African Women in Engineering (SAWomEng), a NPO which aims to develop, motivate and empower women in engineering.Her two roles keep her very busy, but for Vallabh it is all about nurturing a love for engineering and dispelling common misconceptions that prevent women from entering this field.“There is a misconception that to be an engineer, one needs to be a grease monkey, donned in a hard hat and overall all day and getting your hands dirty,” she says.But this is not the case. Engineers can work as consultants, in finance, research or development.“Your job does not have to be limited to the stereotypical engineering prototype that most high school pupils have in mind,” she says.Decisions, decisionsVallabh’s decision to study engineering was a coincidence.She didn’t want to follow any of the traditional career paths that most of her schoolmates were pursuing, but she also didn’t have any alternatives.In the process of deciding what to study, she happened to have a brief conversation with a relative who was studying engineering at the time. “It sounded fairly interesting,” she recalls, and it was with this limited information that she made the decision.And, for a young woman from Johannesburg’s concrete jungle, Cape Town was just the change that she needed.“The decision to go into the chemical discipline of engineering meant I could study at the University of Cape Town, which was very attractive to an 18-year-old from Johannesburg,” she says.Looking back, she knows that this was a very risky way to choose a career.“I was just incredibly fortunate that I ended up absolutely loving my chosen field both during my studies and once I started working,” she says.But not everyone is so lucky. The lack of relevant information on careers, particularly those that are maths and science-related, are one of the reasons why so many girls gloss over careers such as engineering.“This made me realise just how great the need is for programmes such as GirlEng,” she says.Pushing the boundariesGirlEng’s approach is centred on providing information about careers in engineering. In doing this, young girls don’t have to make career decisions based on hearsay or choose from a list of careers perceived to be suitable for women.“The physical strength of the individual is by no means proportional to how successful they can be as an engineer,” she says.She adds that on an intellectual, academic and technical level, women have continually shown that they can match, if not exceed, the capabilities of their male counterparts in the engineering workplace.GirlEng facilitates workshops around the country to educate girls from grades 10 to 12 about the opportunities in engineering. University engineering students are recruited to act as mentors to high potential students.Solutions for the skills shortageSAWomEng, which was established in 2005, was first aimed at tertiary students studying engineering. However, it soon became clear that if the organisation was to make a real difference in addressing the skills shortage in engineering, it had to shift its focus to women only.“We needed to go one step back and tap into the talent pool at grass roots level,” explains Vallabh. “This meant that we needed to focus our attention on encouraging high potential maths and science high school students to pursue a career in engineering.”South Africa is experiencing a severe skills shortage in the engineering sector. Of the limited number of engineering professionals in the country, only a handful of these are female.Countrywide initiatives are underway to address the various causes of the critical skills shortage.The Engineering Council of South Africa has embarked on a research campaign to understand the challenges faced by tertiary institutions in achieving higher pass rates in engineering bachelor’s degrees. Solutions are also needed for the poor results in subjects such as mathematics, physical science and English in South Africa’s high schools. Since 1994, the school system has consistently produced too few matric pupils with adequate results in these subjects, which are required for admission to engineering programmes.These programmes take a general approach to addressing the engineering skills shortage, but none are specially targeted at getting more women to enrol for engineering degrees.This is why GirlEng has an important role to play, in South Africa and overseas.Vallabh says that the shortage of female engineers is not limited to South Africa. In countries such as Germany there is also a major lack of women in the field.She has already identified an opportunity to expand the reach of GirlEng to other countries and is looking to adapt the locally-developed GirlEng model to also bring about change in Europe’s engineering sector.Seeing resultsThe initiative’s work is already paying off. Results from surveys show that a number of girls have gone on to enrol for studies in the engineering sector as a result of attending GirlEng events.“There is still plenty of work to be done, but I think we’re definitely moving in the right direction,” Vallabh says.Being recognised as a young South African making a difference is a great honour, but she believes that accolades alone cannot be a driving force to bring about change.“The work I do with GirlEng has become such an integral part of my life. For me, it’s my way of giving back and hopefully making a difference in the world,” she says.last_img read more

Intel’s Museum of Me Creepily Curates Your Facebook Stuff

first_imgGuide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Tags:#art#Facebook#web As a writer, I write the stories that I would like to read. In my former job as an art critic, I wrote about the shows that I would have made if I had some visual talents. On Facebook and Twitter, I post stories that I would like to read – and hopefully others with similar interest will enjoy. In the online world of iEverything and me-centric filter bubbles, the virtual world can start to feel like a personal museum of mirrors. And thanks to Intel’s The Museum of Me, it actually is.But back to you for a minute. Your Museum of Me is a white structure located in an unidentified utopia space far beyond city limits. There’s a green open field, a shallow pond and clean white pavement surrounding your incubator-like museum. To enter, just click. Related Posts Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… In the room of My Likes, the Museum of Me finally takes the focus off of you and shifts it to the items you like that others across the world also like. In my Museum of Me, the viral video “Shit White Girls Say…To Black Girls” is the item I shared and liked that most other Facebook users also appreciated. As you walk into the Museum of Me, you will first see the friends you interact with the most. I was relieved to find that the Museum of Me recognizes all Facebook friendships, even my relations with a character (can you guess who?) who is not actually a real person. Museum browsers in the Museum of Me admire the photos of Facebook friends you interact with the most, gazing at them and perhaps thinking to themselves “what does it all mean?” The Museum of Me exhibition takes place at the exact time, place and location (Intel knows your latitude and longitude) that you do it. Since it was built before Timeline came out, the Museum does not incorporate your cover photo – it only features your Facebook profile photo.When Facebook launched Timeline the other month, I decided not to upload my “past life events” because I didn’t think it was necessary to provide Facebook with even more information about me.What I didn’t think of was a virtual “museum of me,” culled entirely from photos, videos, links and status updates from my Facebook account. Besides, would you rather be a museum of your self-curated self on Facebook, or a visual album of your “Facebook life”? Wander into the next room, a darkened space lit only by bright white words that represent the text that appears the most on your wall. This serves as a good reminder of the large amount of text that we all post to Facebook. At times, the text itself feels obliterated by the dump of visual imagery in the news feed, thanks in part to bigger photos in the Facebook news feed. The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos The next room is all about the photos you have uploaded, which give a nice visual overlay of the types of images you post to Facebook. If these same images were in your home, would you put them up on your wall? Would you “like” or like them? Or is this a gallery meant only for your Facebook friends? alicia eler A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Auditlast_img read more

Woman seriously injured in crash with MoDOT trailer

first_imgA St. James woman has serious injuries after her motorcycle crashes into a MoDOT trailer in Fulton.It happened Wednesday morning when Helen Doss rear-ended the trailer, which was displaying a sign warning of workers on the road.She was thrown from the motorcycle and had to be flown to University Hospital with her injuries.last_img

Indian Football: Sandesh Jhingan linked to ATK and Qatari club, Lallianzuala Chhangte set to…

first_imgAdvertisementWelcome to another edition of the Indian football news roundup. Today, we will talk about Lallianzuala Chhangte’s trials with Norwegian club Vikings FK, Minerva Punjab’s latest signing Juan Quero, Sandesh Jhingan’s linked transfers with ATK and Qatari club Al-Gharafa SC, India’s bid to host 2020 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, Indian women’s team friendlies against Hong Kong and Indonesia, and the remaining fixtures for ISL 2018-19.In case you missed out the previous edition of the Indian football news roundup, you can check it out here.ISL 2018-19: Lallianzuala Chhangte offered trials by Norwegian top division club Viking FKCan Lallianzuala Chhangte become the next Indian after Mohammed Salim, Sunil Chhetri, Subrata Pal, and Gurpreet Singh Sandhu to ply his trade for a European top division club?Delhi Dynamos’ winger Lallianzuala Chhangte has been offered trials by Norwegian top division club Viking FK. The 21-year-old is set to undergo a 10-day trial beginning from the last week of January.However, it is up to the management of Delhi Dynamos whether to release Chhangte for the trials or not.I-League: Minerva Punjab sign Juan Quero from Spanish third-tier side FC FuenlabradaI-League defending champions Minerva Punjab has signed Juan Quero from Spanish third-tier side FC Fuenlabrada. The Spaniard has been added to bolster Minerva Punjab’s squad for the 2019 AFC Champions League where they will be crossing swords with Iranian club Saipa FC.Juan Quero recently played for FC Fuenlabrada against Real Madrid in the Copa Del Rey in the Round of 32 where they even managed to hold the legendary club to a 2-2 draw at the Santiago Bernabeau. Quero’s addition to the Minerva squad will bolster their ambitions to make it to the main tournament of the 2019 AFC Champions League immensely.India to bid for 2020 FIFA U-17 Women’s World CupThe AIFF has decided to bid for the 2020 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup. In case you don’t know, India hosted the Men’s FIFA U-17 World Cup in 2017 and received a lot of praise from the highest governing body of football in the world for their brilliant organization skills.If FIFA awards the bid to India, it would change the way women’s football is perceived in the nation significantly.ISL 2018-19: Sandesh Jhingan in talks with ATK and a Qatari clubIndia’s center-back Sandesh Jhingan has been linked with ATK and Qatar Stars League Al-Gharafa SC for a potential move in the winter transfer window. However, the 25-year-old’s chances for signing with the Qatari club is meager as he might not get enough playing time.The move to ATK is a feasible one as the Kolkata club needs change in personnel desperately if they want to make it to the play-offs. According to the reports, Sandesh Jhingan will only change his allegiance from Kerala Blasters to ATK if there is a heavy transfer fee involved.Women’s Football: India to play friendlies against Hong Kong and IndonesiaIn a bid to improve their qualification chances for the next round of the 2020 AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers Tournament, the women’s team will travel to Hong Kong and Indonesia and play friendlies with their senior women’s team. Here is India’s fixture list:January 21: India vs. Hong KongJanuary 23: India vs. Hong KongJanuary 27: India vs. IndonesiaJanuary 30: India vs. IndonesiaISL 2018-19: Fixtures for the remainder of the season outIndian Super League announced the fixtures for the remainder of the season on Wednesday. The season would resume on 25th January with ATK locking horns with Kerala Blasters at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi. Here is the full list of fixtures for the remainder of the season:Jan 25: Kerala Blasters vs ATKJan 26: NorthEast United vs Chennaiyin FCJan 27: Mumbai City FC vs Bengaluru FCJan 28: FC Goa vs Jamshedpur FCJan 30: Bengaluru FC vs NorthEast United FCJan 31: Delhi Dynamos vs Kerala BlastersFeb 1: Mumbai City FC vs FC GoaFeb 2: Chennaiyin FC vs FC Pune CityFeb 3: ATK vs Jamshedpur FCFeb 4: Delhi Dynamos vs FC GoaFeb 6: Bengaluru FC vs Kerala BlastersFeb 7: NorthEast United vs Delhi DynamosFeb 8: Jamshedpur FC vs Mumbai City FCFeb 9: Chennaiyin FC vs Bengaluru FCFeb 10: FC Pune City vs ATKFeb 13: Mumbai City FC vs NorthEast United FCFeb 14: FC Goa vs ATKFeb 15: Kerala Blasters vs Chennaiyin FCFeb 16: Jamshedpur C vs FC Pune CityFeb 17: Delhi Dynamos vs Bengaluru FCFeb 18: FC Goa vs Kerala BlastersFeb 20: NorthEast United vs FC Pune CityFeb 21: Bengaluru Fc vs FC GoaFeb 22: ATK vs Mumbai City FCFeb 23: Chennaiyin FC vs Jamshedpur FCFeb 24: FC Pune City vs Delhi DynamosFeb 27: Jamshedpur FC vs Bengaluru FCFeb 28: FC Goa vs Chennaiyin FCMarch 1: Kerala Blasters vs NorthEast UnitedMarch 2: FC Pune City vs Mumbai City FCMarch 3: ATK vs Delhi Dynamos Advertisementlast_img read more