Kristin Cavallari, Jeff Dye Shared ‘Long Kiss’ on Nashville Date: Photos

first_imgThe Better Late Than Never star, who has been flirting with Cavallari on social media since the summer, was also overheard discussing his Nashville Thanksgiving plans with the actress on Thursday.The True Comfort author, who shares three children, sons Camden, 8, and Jaxon, 6, and daughter Saylor, 4, with Cutler, 37, previously told Us that she plans to spend the holiday with her kids and ex “as a family.”The Hills alum added: “I’m looking forward to that. I’m happy that we’re able to spend it together and have these conversations even though we’re in the middle of getting a divorce. So, I’m thankful for where we’re currently at.”The reality star and the former NFL quarterback announced their split in April after 10 years together and seven years of marriage.Last month, Cavallari told Us that she’s “feeling really good” amid the breakup, noting that she found the adjustment to be “pretty smooth.”Scroll down to see exclusive photos from the couple’s cozy date night. “At one point during the intimate dinner, Kristin was seen leaning into Jeff and giving him a long kiss,” the eyewitness tells Us exclusively. “The couple had a very upbeat night with a lot of laughs.”Later in the night, the Uncommon James designer and the comedian, 37, shared a laugh with two guys at the bar, one of whom Cavallari previously went on a date with, the source adds.“When Kristin used the restroom, Jeff only had eyes for her at the trendy spot,” the source says.- Advertisement – The look of love! Kristin Cavallari and Jeff Dye were spotted on a romantic date in Nashville, one month after they were spotted kissing in Chicago, a source exclusively tells Us Weekly.According to an eyewitness, the pair were seen dining at “uber trendy” spot Bastion on Thursday, November 5, where the Very Cavallari alum, 33, complimented the staff on their duck pastrami dish.- Advertisement – Despite their PDA, the duo’s relationship isn’t “going to go anywhere series,” the insider adds. “Kristin and Jeff just have a casual dating situation going on. She’s not in the zone to move forward with a full-blown relationship of that level and is just keeping herself preoccupied and having fun.”An insider told Us last month that the Laguna Beach alum, who was first linked to Dye in early October, “isn’t trying to get serious right away” after her split from Jay Cutler six months prior.“Kristin and Jeff are totally a thing,” the insider told Us at the time. “She loves to laugh and Jeff is obviously so funny and playful. He is making her life lighter through this transition and deterring her away from feeling upset. Jeff has helped put her in a good headspace and he is stoked on her and thinks she’s so beautiful and sexy.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

ICC World Cup ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: England’s quest for glory begins against under-achieving South Africa

first_imghighlights South Africa and England have a 3-3 head-to-head record in World Cups.England won their last encounter in 2011 against South Africa in Chennai.Both England and South Africa have never won the ICC Cricket World Cup. In addition, the presence of Jofra Archer is the X-factor. Archer impressed with his pace and looked good in the games against Pakistan. England has only two things to worry about. One, their injury issues which were highlighted in the warm-up match against Australia. Second, the mindset heading into the big tournament. Ever since the 2015 tournament, England have an enviable record at home and that gives them plenty of confidence but on the big day, they could unwind as they found out against Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.South Africa and the C-word1992, 1999, 2011 and 2015. The list of chokes and heartbreaks when it comes to the World Cup and South Africa is the stuff of nightmares. The last World Cup game for South Africa in England was against Australia in the semi-final in Edgbaston. The match witnessed a thrilling tie and Australia entered the final after Allan Donald was run-out. It has been 20 years, but the ghosts have still continued to haunt South Africa since that day.Like England, South Africa have underachieved perennially on the world stage. The 2019 edition gives them a perfect chance to exorcise the ghosts of 1999 and finally break their tag of ‘chokers’. Hashim Amla has been in good form in the World Cup warm-up games while Faf du Plessis is the key in their batting. Andile Phehlukwayo is a great utility all-rounder while the likes of Kagiso Rabada and Imran Tahir are world-class bowlers. Rabada’s return from a back injury is welcome news. However, Dale Steyn will miss out due to a shoulder injury but the Proteas have a steady bowling and batting combination puts them in a great position to get their campaign off to a winning start.Team combinationsIn the India vs New Zealand game at The Oval, under overcast conditions and with a green wicket, India was found wanting. The pitch is expected to be on similar lines but if the sun comes out, the wicket will flatten out and a total in excess of 350 could be possible.England (Playing XI): Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(w), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, David Willey, Adil Rashid, Liam PlunkettSouth Africa (Playing XI): Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock, Faf du Plessis, Aiden Markram, JP Duminy, David Miller, Andile Phehlukwayo, Chris Morris, Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, Imran TahirWho will win?Both teams have plenty of firepower but with the kind of form England have shown, they are the favourites heading into the clash against South Africa but they will be wary of taking the Proteas lightlyWeather and pitchConditions are expected to be overcast in London and that might give the bowlers some purchase. However, looking at the nature of wickets in England, overcast conditions might only give the bowlers token assistance.StatisticsIn six World Cup encounters between the two sides since 1992, both teams are tied 3-3. England won both the encounters in 1992 while South Africa won three consecutive games in 1996, 1999 and 2007. In 2011, England won a low-scoring tie at Chennai.Stadium and timingsThe match will be played at The Oval and the match will begin at 3:00 PM IST. For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: After 20 years, the World Cup finally returns to the designated ‘Home of Cricket’. The second decade of the 21st century has seen the trend of home domination when it comes to the quadrennial event. In 2011, India won it in front of their home fans by beating neighbours Sri Lanka in a pulsating game in Mumbai. In 2015, Australia got the better of their Trans-Tasman rival New Zealand in a lop-sided final in Melbourne. In 2019, England, the New England are serious contenders for the title. Their quest to shatter their perennial underachievement in world events begins against a team that has underachieved even more on the world stage.For England and their fans, the 2019 World Cup is a chance of what four years of planning have achieved ever since their exit in the league stage of the 2015 World Cup. Following their poor show, there was a total revamp in the side. Power-hitters and consistency have been the hallmark of their batting, with the side notching up the most 300+ totals in the four years than any other country. Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali and Ben Stokes form the core of a formidable top order that can blast away any bowling attack. Joe Root is the anchor of the middle order while Eoin Morgan’s inspiration captaincy will be the key. The likes of Adil Rashid and Liam Plunkett form a formidable bowling line-up.last_img read more

Spain combats betting corruption with new national commission

first_img Submit Spain’s Ministry of the Presidency has given the go-ahead for the formation of a new national commission which is due to tackle betting-related fraud as well as the prevention of sports corruption.The commission is due to consist of representatives from the Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ), the National Police, the Civil Guard, the Higher Sports Council as well as those affiliated with both sports competitions and the betting industry.Members will work towards forming a new strategy that will “develop action plans [and] recommendations or diagnoses to detect, prevent and combat illegal actions in the field of sports competitions and fraud in betting.”The body will be chaired on a rotating basis by the head of the DGOJ and the Directorate General of Sports (DGS), who will alternate each year in the presidency.“Corruption linked to the manipulation of sports competitions and betting-related fraud are two of the greatest threats to sport and horse racing, as it undermines each sport’s core values ​​and ruins the experience for fans and spectators,” the Ministry said.“For this reason… the Government has considered it necessary to establish at the national level a formalised channel of dialogue and cooperation between public authorities, sports organizations, organizers of competitions sports and representatives of the gaming sector.”Alongside the DGOJ the commission will develop a new early-stage warning system, which will form the basis of a new point of communication to prevent match-fixing and fraud.The formation of the body follows on from recent crackdowns pertaining to corruption in the sporting world. Back in May, a number of Spanish first and second tier footballers were arrested following allegations of match fixing and involvement in a criminal organisation.Meanwhile a judge investigating match fixing in Spain stated that Valencia’s two goal win over Valladolid, which landed the club a spot in the Champions League next season, was fixed by a criminal gang and up to seven Valladolid players back in June. Action Plan 2018-2020 sees Spain reclassify gambling-harm as a drug addiction September 21, 2018 Related Articles StumbleUpon 7 football players implicated in Spanish match fixing investigation June 5, 2019 Share Share Yggdrasil expansions continue into Spain February 9, 2018last_img read more