· England could beat Australia in race for Montemurro at 2023 World Cup →
Milicic's contract was due to end in August after the Tokyo Olympics but the postponement of the 2020 Games to next year means he has coached his last Matildas' match.
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However, co-captain David Swallow will miss the restart after being suspended for one match for striking Justin Westhoff.
· As football restarts around Europe, France questions decision end to season early →
Debate has raged ever since the French league decided to bring a premature end to the season in late April with 10 rounds of matches unplayed.
· Scientists raise concern over hydroxychloroquine study →
The authors list several issues with the study, including a lack of information about the countries and hospitals that contributed to the data, a lack of an ethics review and discrepancies in data for Australia, which did not match published national figures.
· Union Pacific Corporation (UNP) CEO Lance Fritz Presents at Bernstein 36th Annual Strategic Decisions Conference (Transcript) →
To match that, we continued to make adjustments in our TE&Y in our mechanical and in our engineering workforces.
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· What to Know About Hydroxychloroquine →
But those studies were small and did not use proper control groups — patients carefully selected to match those in the experimental group but who are not given the drug being tested.
The Japan Times
· Trump cutting U.S. ties with World Health Organization over virus →
The amount almost matches the WHO’s entire annual program budget for last year.
· Football: Havertz fires Leverkusen third with Freiburg winner →
They are also three points ahead of Borussia Moenchengladbach in fifth ahead of their match with Union Berlin on Sunday.
· Kylie Jenner is not a billionaire, says Forbes magazine now →
Jenner, half-sister of Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, debuted Kylie Cosmetics in 2016 with US$29 lip kits containing matching lipstick and lip liner.
· Premier League says ‘home and away’ venues remains wish →
The initial suggestion from the UK government had been for the closed-door matches to be played at neutral venues but some clubs have expressed opposition to that idea — views that have been put to the government by the league.