New Zealand vs Fiji Live

New Zealand based Fiji soccer rep James Hoyt says it was his personal goal to play for Fiji. Hoyt who is the son of former Ba rep Ratu Mudu Hoyt has been brought in the side for the upcoming World Cup qualifier match against New Zealand. He knows New Zealand will be a tough opponent as they have a lot of quality players amongst their ranks.

Fiji will play New Zealand at 1pm next Saturday at Churchill Park and you can catch the live commentary of the match on our sister station Radio Sargam.

New Zealand vs Fiji Live

Meanwhile, the Suva soccer team will play Rakiraki at 3pm Sunday in the Vodafone Premier League at Ratu Cakobau Park.You can engage in primitive dialogue from the pre-internet era, says Royal Jordanian in a cheeky response to the United States laptop ban. Slightly more controversially, the airline also says passengers could “reclaim territory on an armrest” or spend the flight “thinking of reasons why you don’t have a laptop or tablet with you”. Analyse the meaning of life. The Royal Jordanian airline took to Twitter this week to make fun of the United States for an electronics ban imposed on flights to America from certain countries. Royal Jordanian flies to New York, Chicago and Detroit. While the reason behind the ban is unclear – as is what US departments the airline is referring to – recent incidents have caused concerns about lithium-ion batteries on flights. The Abu Dhabi airport, included in the ban, even has a U.S. Department of Homeland Security-run pre-clearance facility for flights stateside. Airlines are in the process of introducing a ban on devices measuring larger than 16cm by 9.3cm by 1.5cm from the cabin on flights to the United Kingdom from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia, over fears they could be converted into bombs. In an earlier post, it sought to cheer up travellers with a five-line poem: “Every week a new ban”. Pakistan, from where terrorists have traveled to other countries, wasn’t included in the blanket US restrictions. Restless passengers on Royal Jordanian Airlines can however avail of a list compiled by the airline of “12 things to do on a 12-hour flight with no laptop or tablet”. “We have good tips for everyone”, the airline tweeted Wednesday. But there’s a serious side to the restrictions, including the potential for theft, damage or compromised data if laptops are checked with luggage. XboxOneZoneThe All Whites line up against Fiji for the second time in just three days at Westpac Stadium in Wellington tonight as their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign rolls on.

After having won 2-0 against tonight’s opponents in Lautoka on Saturday, the Chris Wood-captained side are now just one point away from taking another step closer to football’s global showpiece in Russia next year.

A draw in the capital will be enough to see the All Whites through to the OFC qualifying final later this year.

Alex McLeod takes a look at how the national side got to where they are now, and what is up next for the two-time World Cup qualifiers en route to Russia 2018.The All Whites’ 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification process began in May last year, where they took part in the 2016 OFC Nations Cup, which doubled as the OFC second qualifying round for the World Cup.

The All Whites qualified for the tournament automatically as one of the seven highest-ranked FIFA members in the Oceania region, ranked the highest of all the OFC entrants at 136th.

Drawn alongside Fiji, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands in Group B, New Zealand cruised through pool play with ease, winning 3-1, 5-0, and 1-0 to qualify for the semi-finals undefeated.

After beating New Caledonia 1-0 thanks to a Chris Wood goal, the All Whites went the distance in their final against hosts Papua New Guinea, going to a penalty shootout after drawing 0-0 at the end of extra-time.

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