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first_img View Comments London Martyn Ellis is set to star in the West End cast of Wicked as ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.’ Beginning performances February 17, Ellis replaces Sam Kelly, who has withdrawn from the production due to ill health. Ellis joins a cast including international Wicked star Willemijn Verkaik (Elphaba), Savannah Stevenson (Glinda), Jeremy Taylor (Fiyero), Sue Kelvin (Madame Morrible), Paul Clarkson (Doctor Dillamond); Sam Lupton (Boq), Katie Rowley Jones (Nessarose), Emma Hatton (Standby Elphaba) and Sophie Linder-Lee (Standby Glinda). Wicked has music and lyrics by multi Grammy and Academy Award winner Stephen Schwartz, a book by Winnie Holzman, musical staging by Wayne Cilento and is directed by two-time Tony winner Joe Mantello. Ellis’ theater credits include Guys and Dolls, One Man, Two Guvnors (National and Broadway), My Fair Lady, The Lion King, Grand Hotel and Les Misérables. TV credits include The New Adventures of Robin Hood and The Smoke.last_img read more

first_imgStatewideTechnology Project Unveils New WebsiteConnectVermont Project Includes Fiber optic, Wireless,Online InformationMONTPELIER– The project responsible for bringing wireless Internet access tohighway welcome centers; putting tourism information online; and bringingmotorists road condition reports now has its website.Officials saidthe ConnectVermont program’s new website at www.connectvermont.com(link is external)would not only help visitors and Vermonters learn more about its many high-techservices but provide another way to access them.“Thiswebsite really shows how the ConnectVermont project is making a difference inpeople’s lives,” said Robert T. White, who is the project’sdirector within the Vermont Agency of Transportation. “From vacationerslooking for a cultural event using wireless internet at a welcome center to aVermont trucker trying to find out road and traffic conditions, technology isworking for all of us.”ConnectVermontis a program coordinated by the Vermont Agencies of Transportation and Commerce& Community Development, and composed of partnering organizations withdiverse missions including arts & humanities, tourism, public safety,natural resources, and economic  development.In addition towebsites for these purposes, the initiative includes wireless internet serviceat all of the state’s welcome centers  as part of its mission toestablish an Advanced Rural Traveler Information service.In addition toan integrated system of web sites, interactive kiosks, and a 511 informationline, the ConnectVermont Program will eventually include a fiber optic“backbone” running along Vermont’s highway system that willfurther support traveler information and transportation needs as well as helpexpand broadband access around the state.“I wouldencourage all Vermonters to visit the ConnectVermont website to learn about howthat State of Vermont is making traveling to, in and around Vermont safer andmore convenient,” said Senator Patrick Leahy, who helped secure much ofthe $15 million in federal funding that has fueled the project.“ConnectVermonthas transformed the way visitors search for information about Vermont and ithas begun to transform the way Vermonters know about road conditions, trafficreports and other critical travel information,” Leahy said.11 ofVermont’s 20 information and welcome centers are now offering freewireless internet access, Governor Douglas said, and the remainder are slatedto be completed in the next year or so.“Thiscomponent of my E-State Initiative will provide free Wi Fi access for businesspeople, tourists, and all those who use our highways,” Douglas said.“The ConnectVermont site is a great way to track the progress of this andother related projects.”The northboundand southbound sites in Sharon, Williston, and Randolph are on line, as areGuilford, Fairhaven, Alburgh, Derby and Highgate.For moreinformation, please visit:www.connectvermont.com(link is external)### 30  ###last_img read more

first_imgFor some, carving down Snowshoe’s signature runs from first chair to last light isn’t quite enough adventure. For others, the thrill of chasing through a snow-covered winter wonderland on tracks, wheels, or even a sleigh takes center stage. But for everyone, winter at Snowshoe offers up a slew of great adventures for goosebumps large and small. Here are a few of them: New for 2019 – Cosmic Tubing! Experience sliding over the snow under the glow of flashing lights. If daytime’s more your thing, enjoy the rush of racing a high-speed inner tube down a 6-story tall tubing park. 8 Lanes of autobahn-like speed limits (or lack there-of) are guaranteed to satisfy the bravest speed demons.  Looking to satisfy both your thirst for speed and adrenaline and your appetite for a hearty, chef-prepared dinner? This is your ticket. Get in, buckle up, hold on tight, bon appetite! Take a heated Polaris RZR to the backcountry hut underneath a starry sky, and enjoy the comfort of the Backcountry Hut and your company for an unforgettable dinner. The Woods Escape Room Silver Creek Night Skiing Off-Road and Snowmobile Tours Aprés Adventure If after a day of skiing the quads aren’t barking yet, head over to Silver Creek in the free shuttle to carve some turns under the moonlit sky. State-of-the-art halogen lights illuminate trails from green to black, and terrain parks from small to XXL.   Adventure Dining Even the most hardened winter adventurers will eventually have to recharge. And at Snowshoe, you’ll have your choice between Yoga, The Spa or the Split Rock Pools. That way, you’ll be ready to do it all over again the next day.  center_img SNOWSHOE’S MID-WEEK MADNESS – SKI & STAY FOR JUST $99/PER NIGHT Can you solve the infamous riddles of the Backcountry hut? Take an exhilarating ride in a heated Polaris RzR along Cheat Mountain Ridge to the secluded Backcountry Hut. Besides a freshly prepared lunch, a cabin full of mind-twisting riddles (which change every season) will test even the boldest adventure seekers. This is Snowshoe – part pure adventure, part cushy comfort, 100% contagious happiness. Our three distinct areas all have personalities worth getting to know. With the perfect amount of vertical in all the right places. A slew of kickers, rails, and other flip-worthy features. Plenty of runs groomed with the same attention paid to top show dogs. Sleigh Rides Views? Adventure? Yes! Enjoy both the scenic nature of Snowshoe’s Cheat Mountain, and the thrill of commanding a snowmobile or heated Polaris RzR through the snow. You’ll find several tour options available, ranging from serene to white-knuckle. Take advantage of all the adventure Snowshoe has to offer. Midweek conditions can’t be beat: short lift lines, uncrowded ski runs, and scorching lift & lodging deals. Starting now, you can Ski & Stay for just $99 per night. 2 nights, 2 people minimum. Valid Sundays through Thursdays (check-out), some restrictions apply. Dashing through the snow takes real horsepower. Explore Snowshoe’s backcountry on a horse-drawn buggy or sleigh (conditions permitting). Snuggle up to this magical experience. About Snowshoe Mountain: Coca-Cola Tube Parklast_img read more

first_img Operation MARTILLO: British warship HMS Argyll makes another huge cocaine seizure “This is not just any band,” CICIG chief Iván Velásquez told reporters “It’s a private army in Izabal that had plagued the people in Izabal.” By Dialogo November 26, 2014 Operation MARTILLO combines the forces of 10 countries in the Americas – Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panamá, Canada, and the United States – along with France, the Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom, who work cooperatively to combat international drug trafficking, enhance regional security, and promote peace, stability and prosperity throughout the Caribbean, Central and South America. In addition to Haroldo Mendoza Matta, law enforcement agents captured José Alfredo Portillo Mendoza, Félix Samuel Cruz Sánchez, Wilfrido Canahui Chavarria, Mario Enrique Muñoz, Gersy Nathanael Velasquez Alvarado, Juan Ángel Colindres, Angel Felipe Lopez, Juan José Pineda Alvarenga and Estuardo Omar González Ortiz, according to CICIG. Collectively, British security forces seized 1,600 kilograms of cocaine worth $106.87 million (USD), according to the Royal Navy. They made the most recent seizure after the Argyll received a tip from a U.S. customs aircraft about a suspicious vessel 70 miles away. The exact location of the bust and the number of alleged narco-traffickers detained in the interdiction weren’t made public by the military. Law enforcement agents arrested the suspects on charges that included homicide, illicit association, the forced disappearance of persons and aggravated robbery. Most of the suspects are alleged enforcers for the criminal organization; all are accused of massacring seven individuals in the coastal department of Izabal on November 15. Guatemala is a key transshipment point for South American drug trafficking organizations. Nearly 90 percent of the cocaine that reaches the United States comes through Mexico and Central America, according to the United Nations International Narcotics Control Board. The arrests mark a major victory for the CICIG, which was formed in 2007 and is scheduled to disband in September 2015. They’re also a victory for President Otto Pérez Molina, who has placed fighting narcotics among his top priorities since taking office in January 2012, and whose administration has bolstered its cooperative relationship with the U.S. In turn, the U.S. has donated six helicopters worth an estimated $11 million (USD), night vision devices and other military equipment to assist in Guatemala’s counter-narcotics fight; it has also donated cranes to improve the country’s infrastructure, bringing the total value of the donation to about $40 million (USD). The donations represent “a vote of confidence for Guatemala from the United States,” Pérez Molina, a Guatemala Army veteran, told reporters. Guatemala and the U.S. cooperate in the battle against transnational criminal organizations, primarily by sharing information and resources. A team of Army soldiers, police officers, and prosecutors captured Haroldo Mendoza Matta, the gang’s alleged leader, as well as nine other suspects during simultaneous raids in four Guatemalan departments on November 20. The sweep was conducted by 110 counter-narcotics agents, 100 soldiers, 20 members of the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG) and more than 20 prosecutors. The Mendoza family amassed its wealth through narco-trafficking, controlling the majority of the Central American country’s smuggling routes. Former President Álvaro Colom once described the Mendozas as “narcos that nobody touches.” However, the Mendoza family’s grip on the narcotics trade has loosened in recent years, thanks to law enforcement efforts and the incursion into Guatemalan by Los Zetas, one of Mexico’s most powerful narco-trafficking groups. Cmdr. Paul Hammond, the Argyll’s commanding officer, said the interdiction was the crew’s toughest since it occurred at night and without helicopter support. Law enforcement agents arrested the suspects on charges that included homicide, illicit association, the forced disappearance of persons and aggravated robbery. Most of the suspects are alleged enforcers for the criminal organization; all are accused of massacring seven individuals in the coastal department of Izabal on November 15. Cmdr. Paul Hammond, the Argyll’s commanding officer, said the interdiction was the crew’s toughest since it occurred at night and without helicopter support. A team of Army soldiers, police officers, and prosecutors captured Haroldo Mendoza Matta, the gang’s alleged leader, as well as nine other suspects during simultaneous raids in four Guatemalan departments on November 20. The sweep was conducted by 110 counter-narcotics agents, 100 soldiers, 20 members of the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG) and more than 20 prosecutors. Thanks to the efforts of Guatemalan law enforcement agents, the ruthless reign of the Mendoza organized crime group may be nearing an end. “This is not just any band,” CICIG chief Iván Velásquez told reporters “It’s a private army in Izabal that had plagued the people in Izabal.” The arrests mark a major victory for the CICIG, which was formed in 2007 and is scheduled to disband in September 2015. They’re also a victory for President Otto Pérez Molina, who has placed fighting narcotics among his top priorities since taking office in January 2012, and whose administration has bolstered its cooperative relationship with the U.S. In turn, the U.S. has donated six helicopters worth an estimated $11 million (USD), night vision devices and other military equipment to assist in Guatemala’s counter-narcotics fight; it has also donated cranes to improve the country’s infrastructure, bringing the total value of the donation to about $40 million (USD). The Argyll seized 850 kilograms of cocaine that drug trafficking suspects were caught throwing off a boat in mid-November. The suspects tossed the loads of cocaine overboard after the Argyll’s patrol boats surrounded their own. Collectively, British security forces seized 1,600 kilograms of cocaine worth $106.87 million (USD), according to the Royal Navy. They made the most recent seizure after the Argyll received a tip from a U.S. customs aircraft about a suspicious vessel 70 miles away. The exact location of the bust and the number of alleged narco-traffickers detained in the interdiction weren’t made public by the military. The Mendoza family amassed its wealth through narco-trafficking, controlling the majority of the Central American country’s smuggling routes. Former President Álvaro Colom once described the Mendozas as “narcos that nobody touches.” However, the Mendoza family’s grip on the narcotics trade has loosened in recent years, thanks to law enforcement efforts and the incursion into Guatemalan by Los Zetas, one of Mexico’s most powerful narco-trafficking groups. The British warship HMS Argyll recently made its third cocaine seizure in three months in the Caribbean supporting Operation MARTILLO, a multinational mission to crack down on illicit drug trafficking routes in coastal waters along the Central American isthmus. Guatemala is a key transshipment point for South American drug trafficking organizations. Nearly 90 percent of the cocaine that reaches the United States comes through Mexico and Central America, according to the United Nations International Narcotics Control Board. The donations represent “a vote of confidence for Guatemala from the United States,” Pérez Molina, a Guatemala Army veteran, told reporters. Guatemala and the U.S. cooperate in the battle against transnational criminal organizations, primarily by sharing information and resources. The British warship HMS Argyll recently made its third cocaine seizure in three months in the Caribbean supporting Operation MARTILLO, a multinational mission to crack down on illicit drug trafficking routes in coastal waters along the Central American isthmus. Operation MARTILLO: British warship HMS Argyll makes another huge cocaine seizure The Argyll seized 850 kilograms of cocaine that drug trafficking suspects were caught throwing off a boat in mid-November. The suspects tossed the loads of cocaine overboard after the Argyll’s patrol boats surrounded their own. In addition to Haroldo Mendoza Matta, law enforcement agents captured José Alfredo Portillo Mendoza, Félix Samuel Cruz Sánchez, Wilfrido Canahui Chavarria, Mario Enrique Muñoz, Gersy Nathanael Velasquez Alvarado, Juan Ángel Colindres, Angel Felipe Lopez, Juan José Pineda Alvarenga and Estuardo Omar González Ortiz, according to CICIG. Thanks to the efforts of Guatemalan law enforcement agents, the ruthless reign of the Mendoza organized crime group may be nearing an end. Operation MARTILLO combines the forces of 10 countries in the Americas – Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panamá, Canada, and the United States – along with France, the Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom, who work cooperatively to combat international drug trafficking, enhance regional security, and promote peace, stability and prosperity throughout the Caribbean, Central and South America.last_img read more

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Melville teenager is facing assault charges after she allegedly hit four men with her car in Wyandanch and fled the scene, Suffolk County police said. Netanya Lewis, 18, was involved in an “altercation,” police said on S. 32nd Street at 4 a.m. Thursday. Det. Lt. Robert Edwards of the First Squad said the altercation was related to a romantic rivalry. “That was the precipitating factor,” he said. Lewis was leaving the area when the men were allegedly struck. Their identities weren’t released. The men were treated for minor injuries at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip, police said. “It looked worse than it was,” Edwards said. Lewis was charged with four counts of third-degree assault and one count of leaving the scene of an accident with injuries. An arraignment date wasn’t immediately released.last_img read more

first_imgDenis Suarez to hold talks with Unai Emery over training schedule after slow start at Arsenal Suarez is yet to score a goal or provide an assist for Arsenal (Getty Images)Arsenal’s physiotherapists are keen to see how Suarez reacts to increased rest and have suggested that a reduced workload in training could help him return to full fitness quicker. Suarez will discuss his training schedule with Emery over the next 24 hours.AdvertisementAdvertisementMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CitySuarez was Arsenal’s only signing in January and he was expected to play a key role for the club after enjoying a successful spell playing under Emery at Sevilla during the 2014-15 season. The pair won the Europa League together with Sevilla defeating Dnipro in the final.It hasn’t worked out so far, though, with Suarez struggling to get up to speed in the Premier League, suffering from fitness-related problems and finding himself behind the likes of Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Alex Iwobi in the pecking order.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Comment Denis Suarez has struggled to make an impression at Arsenal (Getty Images)Denis Suarez is set to hold talks with Unai Emery over reducing his training workload at Arsenal having been dogged by a groin injury in recent weeks.The 25-year-old has struggled to make an impact in north London since joining Arsenal from Barcelona on loan in January, playing for a combined total of 95 minutes across six substitute appearances.After barely featuring for Barcelona during the first half of the campaign, Suarez had hoped to do enough to convince Emery to sign him in the summer with Arsenal able to purchase the Spanish international for £20m.However, time is running out for Suarez to prove himself at the Emirates and his latest injury setback could restrict his minutes further. According to the Daily Mail, Suarez has pain along the pubic bone and there are concerns that he is suffering from a sports hernia.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterMonday 15 Apr 2019 4:58 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link219Shareslast_img read more

first_imgBHS Swim Results at Milan.  (12-15)Girls Results.  BHS 140, Milan 95, OA 71.Batesville is 18-2 on the season (4-0 EIAC), 14-2 non-conference).Boys Results.  Milan 114, OA 88, BHS 50.Batesville is 4-11-1 on the season.Bulldogs Event Winners. (G) Emily Gutzwiller (200 free/100 free), Mary Poltrack (100 fly/500 free), Audra Brewer (100 breast), Allison Storms (200 IM).  JV Event Winners:  Charlee Wilhelm (50 free), Sarah Poltrack (100 free).Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach T. J. Greene.last_img

first_img The Germans will qualify for the World Cup finals with a win against Ireland in Cologne – a point would realistically be enough given their vastly superior goal difference over Sweden – ahead of next Tuesday’s clash between the top two in Solna. Joachim Low’s men won 6-1 in Dublin earlier in the campaign but Schweinsteiger is expecting the Irish – now under interim boss Noel King – to provide stiffer opposition this time round. Bastian Schweinsteiger expects a potentially memorable seven days to start on a testing note when Germany host Ireland on Friday night. Press Associationcenter_img The Bayern Munich midfielder said at Tuesday’s press conference: “Ireland have their qualities, which must be respected. “They have players who fight tirelessly for their country. Of course they are not as strong as Argentina and Spain, but their hearts are in the right place and they always give everything.” Should he make an appearance on Friday, Schweinsteiger will have the opportunity to win his 100th cap against the Swedes which would be a proud moment for the 29-year-old. “Of course it would be very special to me,” he added. “One hundred caps are not easily obtained. The number fills me with pride.” last_img read more

first_img Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 Senior Jack Weeks (8) watches as Ellsworth Eagle teammate Conor Maguire punches the ball into the net during Ellsworth’s 5-2 Class B quarterfinal win over the Foxcroft Academy Ponies on Tuesday night in Ellsworth.PHOTO BY HUGH BOWDENELLSWORTH — After dominating play with little to show for it in the first half, the Ellsworth Eagles scored four times in the second half to down the Foxcroft Academy Ponies 5-2 in an Eastern Maine Class B boys’ soccer quarterfinal Tuesday.Ellsworth had numerous corner kick opportunities in the first eight minutes of the game, but came up empty on each try.It was the Ponies who struck first, with Antonio Ayala scoring on the only Foxcroft shot of the first half after Ellsworth goalkeeper Bruce St. Peter slipped while trying to make play.Foxcroft goalkeeper Logan Butera came up with five big saves in the first half, two of them preventing what appeared to be certain goals.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textEllsworth finally tied the score at the 10:58 mark of the first half as senior Jack Weeks headed in a corner kick from Anthony Gardner.The Eagle offense finally got on track in the second half.About 11 minutes into the period, senior Conor Maguire lined a free kick from about 20 yards out that went off the hands of Butera and into the net.That goal put the Eagles in front to stay.Three minutes later, Maguire struck again, this time off a long throw-in from junior Lukas Firestone, putting the Eagles up 3-1.Weeks got his second goal of the game with about 15 minutes remaining.Foxcroft added a second goal with less than nine minutes to go when Eagle goalkeeper Nick Bagley slipped while trying to grab a free kick by Nick Boyd.Junior Matt Curtis capped the scoring for Ellsworth two minutes later for the Eagles.“The balls found their way through in the second half,” said Ellsworth coach Brian Higgins. “That happens when they’re packed in so tight.“I think they came to play,” said Higgins of the Ponies, who put the only blemish on an otherwise perfect record for the Eagles with a 1-1 double overtime tie in Dover Foxcroft.Top-seeded Ellsworth, now 14-0-1, outshot the Ponies 26-4 for the game.The Eagles now will host 12th-seeded Medomak Valley, which upset number four Erskine Academy 3-1, later this week in semifinal action. The game is Friday at 5:00 in Ellsworth.It was a day for upsets in Class B.MDI 3, Presque Isle 2The 11th-ranked Mount Desert Island Trojans knocked off the third-seeded Presque Isle Wildcats 3-2 in Presque Isle.MDI had goals from Ryan Murray, Chase McKim and Joe Grubb, and goalkeeper Kendrew Van Gorder made nine saves on 11 shots.For the 11-2-2 Wildcats, Chase Norton and Griffin Guerrette scored, and Andrew Patterson made eight saves on 12 shots in goal.The 7-7-2 Trojans now will face number 10 Oceanside, which ousted the second-seeded Camden Hills Windjammers 1-0 in Camden on Tuesday.Central 5, Sumner 1The first home playoff in 25 years was a disappointing one for the Sumner Tigers, who fell to the Central Red Devils 5-1 in Class C quarterfinal action in Sullivan Tuesday.The Red Devils scored the only goals they needed in the first three minutes of the game.Andrew Prescott found the net with just 55 seconds off the clock, and Matt Hewitt followed 89 seconds later to make it 2-0.Baramee Janla scored the lone goal for the four-seeded Tigers at the 12:57 mark of the first half.Jacob St. Peter added a goal with 7:08 remaining before halftime, and Prescott and Kristian Lasavant padded the lead for the fifth-seeded Red Devils in the second half.Sam Smith and Issiac Christiansen combined for 10 saves on 15 shots in goal for the 10-4-1 Tigers, and Quanah Harrod had four stops on five shots for the 12-3-0 Red Devils.In earlier playoff action:MDI 3, Winslow 0Jack Sasner scored what proved to be the only goal needed by the Trojans with 26 minutes remaining in the first half as MDI went on to down the Black Raiders 3-0 on Saturday in Winslow.Sasner struck again midway through the second half with a shot past Winslow goalie Alex Berard and into the corner of the net.Joe Grubb capped the scoring for MDI, heading in a corner kick with just a minute remaining in the game.The Black Raiders had their chances but couldn’t convert. An early shot hit the crossbar, and Winslow missed an opportunity when MDI goalkeeper Kendrew Van Gorder slipped and fell, leaving an empty net in the first half. Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. hbowden@ellsworthamerican.comcenter_img GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017 Latest Posts Biolast_img read more

first_imgThe opening round of fixtures will take place on the weekend of 12 September.However, Manchester City v Aston Villa and Burnley v Manchester United will be rearranged.Those two games will not be played on the opening weekend to give City and United 30 days since their defeats in the quarter-finals of the Champions League and the semi-finals of the Europa League respectively.Chelsea and Wolverhampton Wanderers’ opening matches are both scheduled for Monday, 14 September after their slightly earlier European exits.The Blues are at Brighton, while Wolves go to Sheffield United.The other opening weekend fixtures are Crystal Palace v Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur v Everton and West Ham United v Newcastle United.Exact dates and kick-off times will be confirmed when the television selections are made. Matches will be played behind closed doors amid the coronavirus pandemic.The English Football League fixtures will be announced at 09:00 today.There can be little doubt over the glamour fixture of the opening weekend as the champions of the top two divisions go head to head.Leeds, now under iconic Argentine boss Marcelo Bielsa, are back in the Premier League after 16 years away and have the toughest possible start.Liverpool – English champions for the first time for 30 years – have not lost a home game in the Premier League since a 3-1 defeat by Crystal Palace in April 2017. Jurgen Klopp’s side have won 25 of their past 26 league matches at Anfield.The Reds travel to Chelsea for their second game, before a home match against FA Cup winners Arsenal. Leeds host fellow promoted side Fulham in their second fixture.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram NEW SEASON IN EUROPE…Champions Liverpool will face Championship winners Leeds United in the standout opening weekend game of the 2020-21 Premier League season.Championship play-off winners Fulham will host Arsenal, while West Bromwich Albion, the third promoted side, are at home to Leicester City.last_img read more