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first_imgBrentford are without Stuart Dallas against Leeds United, who are without suspended defender Gaetano Berardi. Brentford: Button; McCormack, Tarkowski, Craig, Bidwell; Douglas; Odubajo, Pritchard, Judge, Jota; GraySubs: Bonham, Toral, Dean, Tebar, Diagouraga, Proschwitz, Betinho. Leeds: Silvestri, Byram, Pearce, Bellusci, Warnock, Austin, Cook, Bianchi, Mowatt, Doukara, Antenucci.Subs: S Taylor, Cooper, Wootton, Tonge, Sloth, Murphy, Morison.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

first_imgThe pool at the Commonwealth Games Village has gathered impurities due to the incessant rain in the Capital over the past few weeks and has forced the Indian aquatics squad to delay moving in to the facility until Monday. The Indian team has been in the Capital since September 6 but has not shifted to the Games Village which was opened for athletes on Thursday.The team is currently staying at a hotel in Karol Bagh.”We have had a lot of rain in the past few weeks so the water at the swimming pool in the Village wasn’t good enough for the swimmers to use,” India Chef de Mission Bhubaneswar Kalita told MAIL TODAY on Sunday ” There are two pools at the Village and although both of them have been cleaned, we needed purification certificate so that they can be used.”We have already got it (certificate) and the Indian team will move into the Village tomorrow at 10 am,” he added.Kalita said the squad itself sought permission from the Organising Committee and him to stay at a hotel that is closer to the Shyama Prasad Mukherjee aquatic complex where it goes twice a day to train.”The swimming complex is closer to the hotel where the team is staying so they preferred to stay there until we are fully ready with the pool at the Village,” he added.However, sources within the Swimming Federation of India ( SFI) claim that it was the OC which asked the team to stay at the hotel until it was asked to move in. While the majority of the team members were in the Capital much ahead of the Games, Virdhawal Khade and Sandeep Sejwal arrived on September 19 from Bangalore with coach Nihar Amin.advertisementAmin said his wards are at the peak of their form and would come up with good performances when the Games get underway. ” They have been training very hard and their performance has also improved over the past one year.We have stiff competition in the Games with swimmers from Australia, England, Canada and South Africa, and I don’t want to predict the outcome at this point,” Amin said. ” At this point, I can only say that they are injury free and are well prepared for the challenge ahead.”last_img read more

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