World Cup 2019: England will be under tremendous pressure against Australia, says Sachin TendulkarICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Speaking to India Today, batting great Sachin Tendulkar said Australia, with their ability to go for the kill, will put pressure on England when the two teams meet at Lord’s on Tuesday. England is in a spot of bother after having lost matches to Pakistan and Sri Lanka in their campaign.advertisement India Today Web Desk LondonJune 25, 2019UPDATED: June 25, 2019 12:29 IST Eoin Morgan. (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSEngland take on rivals Australia at Lord’s, London on TuesdayEngland head into the big game on the back of a 20-run defeat to Sri LankaSachin Tendulkar backs Australia to put pressure on EnglandIt’s almost time for one of the biggest battles of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Before the much-anticipated Ashes series, cricket’s long-standing rivals England and Australia will be going head-to-head against each other in a crunch battle at the Home of Cricket, Lord’s in London on Tuesday.England was billed as the pre-tournament favorites. However, their campaign, it is safe to say, has derailed a bit. They were expected to bulldoze opponents with their batting might but two losses, one each to Pakistan and Sri Lanka has put their chances of even making the semi-final under threat.Eoin Morgan’s men are placed fourth in the 10-team World Cup 2019 points table with 8 points from 6 matches. However, the likes of Bangladesh (7 points from 7 matches), Sri Lanka (6 points from 6 matches) and Pakistan (5 points from 6 matches) are keeping the pressure on the hosts.Speaking to India Today, batting great Sachin Tendulkar said England will be under considerable pressure when they take on arch-rivals at Lord’s.”They will be under tremendous pressure. you look at the way Aussies have played, the moment they realize it is the time to go for the kill they go all out. That will put pressure on England,” Tendulkar said.They look ready! #CmonAussie #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/liDcUn2lgRCricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 25, 2019England is heading into the big-ticket clash on the back of a 20-run defeat over Sri Lanka in Leeds. The hosts have been missing their big-hitting opener Jason Roy and he has been ruled out of Tuesday’s clash.advertisementEngland is looking vulnerable but Tendulkar believes Eoin Morgan’s men can put pressure on the Australian bowling attack “that lacks penetration and depth”.”Australia’s bowling attack is not that great though. After [Mitchell] Starc and [Pat] Cummins the depth and penetration in their bowling are missing. That is where England can think of encashing,” Tendulkar added.Australia is sitting pretty at the 2nd spot with 10 points from 6 matches and win on Tuesday will help them move to the top of the points table.Nonetheless, Australia head coach Justin Langer said his team will not underestimate England and maintained Eoin Morgan’s men are still titled favorites.”See how they’ve played for four years, they’re the best team in the world. Look at their team … Nothing has changed in a week,” Langer said.England will face India on June 30 and then New Zealand in their final group-stage match on July 3 after Tuesday’s match vs Australia.Also Read | World Cup 2019: Bangladesh know where to bowl to India, says spin coach Sunil JoshiAlso Read | England vs Australia: Eoin Morgan expects hostile reception for Steve Smith, David Warner at Lord’sAlso SeeFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow World Cup 2019Follow Eoin MorganFollow England VS Australia Next
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Washington DC: A federal judge on Monday denied a House request to prevent President Donald Trump from tapping Defense Department money for his proposed border wall with Mexico, saying Congress lacked authority to sue. Trump’s victory is muted by a federal ruling in California last month that blocked construction of key sections of the wall. The California case was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of the Sierra Club and Southern Border Communities Coalition. Also Read – ‘Hong Kong won’t rule out Chinese help over protests’US District Judge Trevor McFadden, a Trump appointee, wrote that the House’s lawsuit was “about whether one chamber of Congress has the ‘constitutional means’ to conscript the Judiciary in a political turf war with the President over the implementation of legislation.” McFadden said Congress didn’t have authority in this case but that he didn’t mean to imply the legislative body could never challenge the president in court over separation of powers. Also Read – Pak Army chief accompanies Imran at key meetings in China”An old maxim in politics holds that, ‘Where you stand depends on where you sit,'” he wrote. “At law too, whether a plaintiff has standing often depends on where he sits. A seat in Congress comes with many prerogatives, but legal standing to superintend the execution of laws is not among them.” The Justice Department welcomed the decision, saying the judge “rightly ruled that the House of Representatives cannot ask the judiciary to take its side in political disputes and cannot use federal courts to accomplish through litigation what it cannot achieve using the tools the Constitution gives to Congress.” Lawyers for the House didn’t immediately respond to messages seeking comment, including whether they will appeal. A federal judge in Oakland, California, ruled May 24 that Trump overstepped his authority and blocked work from beginning on two of the highest-priority, Pentagon-funded wall projects one spanning 46 miles (74 kilometers) in New Mexico and another covering 5 miles (8 kilometers) in Yuma, Arizona. The administration plans to appeal the ruling by Haywood Gilliam Jr, an appointee of President Barack Obama. At stake is billions of dollars that would allow Trump to make progress on a signature campaign promise heading into his bid for a second term. The administration faces several lawsuits over the emergency declaration but only two sought to block construction during the legal challenge. Trump declared a national emergency in February after losing a fight with the Democratic-led House that led to a 35-day government shutdown and identified up to USD 8.1 billion for wall construction. The funds include USD 3.6 billion from military construction funds, USD 2.5 billion from Defense Department counterdrug activities and USD 600 million from the Treasury Department’s asset forfeiture fund.