Aston Villa manager Dean Smith insists his team has what it takes to defeat Leeds United when both sides face off next weekend.Villa have been in good form of late, having won four of their last seven games in the Sky Bet Championship, and are currently unbeaten since their loss to Queens Park Rangers in October.Since the appointment of Smith as manager, The Villans have jumped from 17th to eighth on the league standings and have the promotion playoff spots within grasp. Aston Villa’s upcoming opponents, Leeds, are also on a good run of form and have won their last five games to return to the top of the table.Smith, however, insists his team are looking forward to the game against Leeds and believe they can beat the league leaders.Aston Villa explains why they spent so much money on players Manuel R. Medina – September 6, 2019 According to Aston Villa’s chief executive, the team needed to spend £144.5 million on 12 players in order to stay competitive.“It’s another one we’re looking forward to”, Smith told Aston Villa’s official website.“It’s Leeds United at home in front of another close to full house.” “They are in the top two doing well.” ”But we believe we can beat them.”Aston Villa are currently three points behind sixth placed Middlesbrough, and will hope to close the gap to teams above them next weekend.
The deal follows the purchase of News Corp’s IGN Entertainment gamer and lifestyle group, which included IGN.com, UGO.com, 1UP.com and AskMen.com. That deal reportedly went for under $100 million. Terms of the NetShelter acquisition were not released, but j2 says the financial impact will not be material. Tech, gaming and men’s lifestyle media company Ziff Davis has purchased NetShelter, a network of approximately 150 independent tech blogs, including MacRumors.com, SlashGear.com and AndroidCentral.com, from InPowered.Ziff Davis, which became a division of j2 Global when it was purchased last November, says the deal makes it the number-one tech property per comScore numbers, with 29 million uniques in April.The company will integrate its proprietary BuyerBase ad-targeting platform with the NetShelter portfolio.
CNG stations Prothom Alo File PhotoRoad transport and bridges minister Obaidul Quader on Thursday said the CNG stations across the country will remain open for 24 hours for 13 days to ensure hassle-free journey for the Eid holiday makers.“CNG stations will remain operational nonstop for seven days before and five days after the Eid. The authorities concerned have already been asked to take necessary steps to implement the decision,” he said at a meeting.The movement of heavy vehicles will remain suspended for three days before the Eid, the minister said, adding but vehicles carrying essential goods, garments and medicines will ply on the streets as usual.The Eid-ul-Fitr is likely to be celebrated on 5 June subject to moon sighting.