The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) publishes details of the permanent secretary’s and chief medical officer’s external meetings on a quarterly basis.
For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has been ruled out of clash against Pakistan to be held at The Cooper Associates County Ground in Taunton. Stoinis is suffering from a side strain and Mitchell Marsh has been brought as a replacement in the Aussies squad.The all-rounder has played all the three games for his team and picked up the injury during the match against India at The Kennington Oval on Sunday.Australian skipper Aaron Finch during the press conference said, “Marcus Stoinis has a bit of a side strain. He won’t be available for tomorrow. So we’re going to have to juggle around especially that allrounder spot’’.Also read | Who can replace injured Shikhar Dhawan in India’s World Cup 2019 squad? Know hereTalking about the upcoming encounter, match number 17, on one hand, five-time world champs Australia has played three matches as of now and has won two out of three games.On the other hand, Pakistan has played two games and tasted both a win and a defeat while their third match against Sri Lanka got washed out and the teams shared one point each. Talking statistically, Australia and Pakistan has faced each other nine times in the World Cup where Aussies has managed to win five games while the 1992 world champs has won on four occasions.Also read | ICC World Cup 2019: Australia vs Pakistan Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Playing XIIf you like to play Fantasy sports game, then, you may want to check out our possible Playing XI for the upcoming game.
Tipperary manager Michael Ryan says he can’t explain where Tipperary went wrong following their 16 point defeat to Galway in the National Hurling League Final.Galway ran out 3-21 to 14 point winners, in a one sided game which saw three goals for Galway – two from Cathal Mannion and one for Jason Flynn to close out the win.The reigning All-Ireland champions never got going, leaving Ryan with plenty to ponder before their Munster quarter-final with Cork next month. He says Tipp were below par in a number of positions.