Both sets said goodbye with 2019 smiles, since the Seville became entrenched as third classified after winning in Majorca and the Athletic scratched a valuable point of the Bernabéu after taking to Real Madrid, as Lopetegui defined, to the limit. The former selector has all his staff available except the sanctioned Reguilón. Escudero will take his place while the rest of the doubts in the eleven focus on an attack in which Nolito is already recovered and whoever is chosen as nine, will raise doubts.In the Athletic, the no final recovery of Aduriz, together with that Muniain neither does it arrive on time, leave the attack of the Garitano with the fair pieces. The rojiblancos have only won one game away from home so far in LaLiga and although Nervión does not look like the fort of yesteryear, the assault on the sevillista coliseum will not be a simple enterprise either.Be that as it may, two of LaLiga’s historical begin 2020 with the intention of giving continuity to a 2019 in which some settled in Champions positions and others do not stop dreaming about them. If he Real Madrid-Barcelona, and vice versa, is qualified as the LaLiga Classic, said adjective is not much less Sevilla-Athletic from this night (follow the match live on As.com). Because the duel between Andalusians and Basques will be the confrontation number 151 between both computing alone the garter matches. The figure, if the crosses are counted in the Copa del Rey and even in the Europa League, round the 200 matches. Therefore, although the classic adjective is already taken, the traditional adjective is one that comes as a ring to the finger to what will happen from the 21:00 in the Sánchez Pizjuán.
The Caribbean Airlines (CAL) Boeing 737-800 aircraft operating from JFK International Airport, New York to Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA), Guyana was involved in an incident on the ramp with a Fly Jamaica aircraft early, Tuesday morning.The CAL aircraft knocked off the tail of a Fly Jamaica plane upon landing. Both planes are groundedThe CAL aircraft clipped the tail of the Fly Jamaica aircraft.According to a source, the exhaust of the auxiliary power unit to the CAL aircraft was damaged as a result of the collision. The source indicated that an investigation was launched by both the CJIA and the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCCA) into the incident. The source noted that a team from Caribbean Airlines’ head office in Trinidad and Tobago has also travelled in to assess the situation and to conduct an independent investigation.For now, both planes are grounded and all passengers and crew were safely disembarked.According to a statement from Caribbean Airlines, the aircraft has since been temporarily withdrawn from service and all appropriate inspections and procedures are in process. “Caribbean Airlines re-affirms our commitment to the safety of our valued customers and crew and thanks the public for your continued support,” it said.