France: As it stands, ban on filming police “with intent to harm” would threaten press freedom

first_imgNews Organisation Gérald Darmanin in the National Assembly (source: AFP/Alain Jocard). Help by sharing this information June 4, 2021 Find out more Follow the news on France Controversial articleArticle 24 of the bill, currently being discussed by the national assembly’s law commission, provides for “a year in prison and a fine of 45,000 euros for disseminating, by any means or medium whatsoever, with the aim of harming their physical or mental integrity, the image of the face or any other identifying element of an officer of the national police or member of the national gendarmerie when acting during a police operation.”PrincipleAs drafted, this article does not concern all photos or videos of police. The police officer must be identifiable in the photo or video and its dissemination must directly and deliberately seek to harm them. If a complaint is brought against a journalist or other person, the prosecutor must prove an intent to cause harm. In the case of journalists covering protests, it would seem, on the face of it, to be very hard to produce such evidence.Possible consequencesNonetheless, following a complaint, a prosecutor could seek this evidence by various means including searching the journalist’s home or office and examining their emails and social media accounts. A scathing social media post about police violence or criticism of the police in emails could be exploited in an attempt to demonstrate an intent to harm. It is impossible to know the degree to which such evidence might influence individual judges and convince them that there was a clear intent to harm.Risks of live reportingWhen a journalist is filming them, police officers might assume that the video is being broadcast live with the aim to harm them and they could arrest the journalist in a supposed “act of committing a crime” with a view to prosecution. Even if the likelihood of conviction was low, the detained journalist would have been prevented from continuing to cover what was happening.Slippery conceptIntent is a concept that is open to interpretation and hard to determine. Any photos or video showing identifiable police officers that are published or broadcast by critical media outlets or are accompanied by critical comments could find themselves being accused of seeking to harm these police officers. For journalists, the legal risk exists and the possibility of conviction would be real.Chilling effectThe possibility of arrest and prosecution would be liable to have a chilling effect on the entire media profession. Journalists can be induced to censor themselves to avoid prosecution and this could seriously undermine the public’s right to be informed.Alarming commentSpeaking on BFMTV on 2 November, interior minister Gérald Darmanin said: “I made a promise, which was that it would no longer be possible to disseminate the images of police officers and gendarmes on social media. This promise will be kept because the law will prohibit the dissemination of such images.”At no point did Darmanin say that this prohibition would be limited to an intent to cause harm and that the police would not have the right to stop journalists from photographing or filming them. The principles of press freedom and the public’s right to be informed mean that journalists must be allowed to film the police and to show how they behave and what methods they use.Our recommendationsRSF requests clear safeguards to ensure that the proposed law:will not make it possible for journalists to be arrested while filming live in the field;will not, under any circumstances, make it possible to prevent news media and reporters from publishing or broadcasting photos or video footage of police officers.RSF also calls for the rejection of proposed amendments that would eliminate any reference to an intent to cause harm. If such an amendment were adopted, the law would become an outright ban on disseminating photos or video of police officers, which would make it impossible for the media to cover most public events and would constitute an extremely serious press freedom violation.France is ranked 34th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2020 World Press Freedom Index. RSF denounces Total’s retaliation against Le Monde for Myanmar story June 2, 2021 Find out more News Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders (RSF) warns that France’s proposed “global security” law would endanger journalists and press freedom if adopted in its current form because, under one of its provisions, publishing or broadcasting a photo or video in which a police officer is recognizable could result in imprisonment or a heavy fine. center_img RSF_en May 10, 2021 Find out more Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU November 6, 2020 France: As it stands, ban on filming police “with intent to harm” would threaten press freedom News FranceEurope – Central Asia Protecting journalists Violence FranceEurope – Central Asia Protecting journalists Violence News to go further “We’ll hold Ilham Aliyev personally responsible if anything happens to this blogger in France” RSF sayslast_img read more

Flightlessness Evolved Four Times

first_imgAn article on Science Daily claims that the famous flightless birds – African ostriches, Australian cassowaries and emus, New Zealand kiwis and South American rheas – are unrelated.  There was no flightless common ancestor.  They lost their ability to fly independently, scientists say, because of “parallel evolution.”    This would also mean that emus are more closely related to flying birds than they are to ostriches – even though they resemble ostriches.  A conventional evolutionary idea is a casualty of this view.  “Previously,” the article explains, “the ratites [including emus] were used as a textbook example of vicariance, a term that describes the geographical division of a single species, resulting in two or more very similar sub-groups that can then undergo further evolutionary change and eventually become very distinct from one another.”  This flightless ancestor was thought to inhabit an ancient continent named Gondwana (see 09/08/2008), which split into Africa, South America, Australia and New Zealand.  Its descendants evolved into their characteristic forms, the textbooks said.    The new genetic analysis (part of the NSF “Assembling the Tree of Life” Project) suggested to evolutionists that flying birds flew to the new continents after the breakup of Gondwana, and lost their flying abilities independently.  That raises new questions, the article said: “For example, why did these birds evolve into such similar organisms in such different environments?”  They did not even think to ask such a thing before now.  “But nobody would have asked that question without the type of data we’ve collected, which raises the question in the first place.”Flightlessness is a loss of function – a downward trend – that is easier to explain than flight, a gain of function.  Even so, notice how evolutionary theory and geological speculation about millions of years led scientists down a primrose path to folly.  It was not the data that led to the textbook evolutionary view: it was the absence of data.    One needs to ask of what value evolutionary theory was in the first place.  Why does one need to even continue thinking Darwinly after so many upsets?  The remarkable similarity of emus and ostriches (despite their genes) might lead an independent thinker (not drunk on Dar-wine) to propose that they were independently created.  If science is supposed to follow the evidence, why not at least consider the possibility?(Visited 11 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

Kerala, TN, Himachal top India’s child well-being index, says report

first_imgKerala, Tamil Nadu, Himachal Pradesh and Puducherry topped the charts in the child well-being index, a tool designed to measure and tracks children’s well-being comprehensively. Meghalaya, Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh featured at the bottom, as per a report released by the non government organisation World Vision India and research institute IFMR LEAD on Tuesday. The report is an attempt to look at how India fairs on child well-being using a composite child well-being index.‘Crucial report’Speaking about the report Amitabh Kant, CEO-Niti Ayog noted: “The India child well-being index is a crucial report that can be mined both by the Government and civil organisations to achieve the goal of child well-being and we will use this report effectively. This report provides insights on health, nutrition, education, sanitation and child protection. Our government is fully committed towards securing the rights and well-being of children and, for this, we are making investments in this regard.”The dimensions of the index include healthy individual development, positive relationships and protective contexts.24 indicators“Focusing on the three key dimensions, 24 indicators were selected to develop the computation of the child well-being index. The report highlights the multi-dimensional approach towards measuring child well-being — going beyond mere income poverty. Children have the potential to transform the country, but if neglected, they will exacerbate the burden of poverty and inequality. It is imperative that all stakeholders prioritise and invest in the well-being of our children,” added Cherian Thomas, CEO, World Vision India. The report, meanwhile, calls for States to look at their respective scores on the dimensions of child well-being, and to prepare for priority areas of intervention with specific plans of action. It also hopes to trigger policy level changes, seek better budgetary allocations and initiate discussions with all stakeholders, which can help in enhancing the quality of life of all children in the country.‘Compelling insights’“The research has brought to the fore compelling insights on child well-being in India. One of the primary objectives of this index is to garner attention to the under-researched theme of child well-being in India, and inspire further academic and policy conversations on related issues. Some of the key indicators that need to be studied in the future include mobile usage, digital access, financial literacy, mental health and quality of relationships per se, between parents/peers and children,” noted Sharon Buteau, executive director, IFMR LEAD.last_img read more

Can Oklahoma State Get Back Into The Polls With a Kansas Win?

first_imgWhile you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. While the Jayhawks basketball team continues to win the Big 12 year, after year, after year, the Kansas football team is off to another disappointing start. David Beaty’s Jayhaws sit at 1-5  (0-3 in the Big 12) as the Cowboys come to town to play a Kansas team that has only won once in 2016, a 55-6 win over Rhode Island.Beaty is off to a 1-17 start at one of the hardest jobs in college football, and has yet to win a Big 12 conference game. Kansas did play TCU very well two weeks ago, eventually falling 24-23, but followed that up with a 49-7 blistering at the hands of the Baylor Bears last week.Oklahoma State will come into the game well rested off their bye week, and will look to get the second half of the season started right against the worst team in the Big 12. However, the last two trips to Lawrence have been anything but cakewalks.In 2012, the Cowboys barely hung on in a rain-soaked monsoon, 20-14, against the Charlie Weis-lead Jayhawks. Then in 2014, the Cowboys’ last trip to Lawrence, they survived in a 27-20 win. Overall, the Cowboys lead the all-time series with Kansas 35-29-2. Let’s take a look at a few numbers to know for Kansas-Close Calls Aside, Mike Gundy Owns KansasThe Cowboys have won seven in a row against the Jayhawks and 12 out of 13 overall. The only time Mike Gundy has lost to the Jayhawks came in 2007 the year that Kansas beat Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl. The Cowboys are a 24-point favorite this year, and if they remember to set their alarms for that 11 AM kickoff, should walk to a fairly straight forward victory.Justice Hill Has Another Opportunity For A Big DayKansas has struggled to stop the run in 2016, allowing 197.2 yards per game on the ground, good for 95th in the NCAA. Justice Hill’s mini-streak of 100-yard games came to an end against Iowa State, but still picked up 57 yards on 18 carries and a touchdown.The Cowboys need to establish the ground game early against Kansas, and Justice Hill should be in line to rebound in a big way this Saturday.Can the Cowboys get back in the polls?Oklahoma State received 51 votes in the AP poll last week, and look to be close to re-entering the top 25. A win over Kansas would make the Cowboys an incredible 50-6 against their last 56 unranked opponents.It’s a sign of how consistent the Cowboys have been under Mike Gundy, and proves the point- if the talent level is similar or in Mike Gundy’s favor, he’s a good bet to win.last_img read more

WATCH: Chris Carson Scores Go-Ahead Touchdown in Win over K-State

first_imgWhile you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. Oklahoma State fell behind by as many as 9 points with 12:21 remaining in the fourth quarter against K-State on Saturday, but showed tenacity and grit to power their way to a 6 point win on the road.After an 82-yard bomb from Rudolph to James Washington with 7:45 left, the Cowboys found themselves knocking on the door once again from the 17-yard line down two points in the midst of a methodical four-minute drive. And when Chris Carson had his number called, he answered the bell with a monstrous 17-yard run to PUT THE TEAM ON HIS BACK! It was ultimately the go-ahead score for the Pokes and one of the biggest moments of Carsons Oklahoma State career.last_img read more

Pokes No. 11 In Coaches Poll, OU Finishes No. 3

first_imgWhile you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. Oklahoma State finished No. 11 in the final Coaches Poll of the season which is exactly where it finished in the final AP Poll. OU, on the other hand, moved up to No. 3 (!) in the final Coaches Poll while Washington and USC rounded out the top five. I think it’s pretty hilarious that OU finished ahead of Ohio State in both polls even though they finished with the same record.Here is the full Coaches Poll. The only difference between this and the AP Poll within the top 14 is OU and USC being flipped. It’s weird to think about either of them finishing as the No. 3 team in the nation because of the way they both started, but I suppose a case can be made for both.Speaking of USC, since 2007 here is their record compared to Oklahoma State’s.USC: 94-37Oklahoma State: 93-37That’s pretty amazing.The Cowboys just missed out on their second-ever top 10 finish in the Coaches Poll under Mike Gundy. It’s pretty easy, though, to see them as a top 10 team in the AP, Coaches and possibly even the exit polls at your local precinct come August 2017.last_img read more

How the Return of Rudolph and Washington Helped Bolster OSU’s Recruiting Class

first_imgWhile you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. During Mike Gundy’s National Signing Day press conference, “Big Daddy” himself was asked what impact the return of players like Mason Rudolph and James Washington has had on his 2017 recruiting class.“It had an overall effect on morale,” said Gundy. “There is a perception and feeling that’s out there, and there is excitement that’s out there. You have high-profile players like those two and they say they’re coming back. You guys know that they’re non-BS guys and they’re hard workers. You have the leadership established that’s coming back.“There’s excitement. The class of wide receivers in this group is fantastic. They think they’re going to catch passes from Mason, so it impacted their decision and them staying with us. That feeling you get from young men coming back, the perception is always positive.”Tylan Wallace — the 16th ranked wide receiver in the class per 247Sports — falls into that category. Last month he spoke with ESPN’s Jeremy Crabtree about Rudolph and Washington’s return for 2017.“It’s going to help me a lot to be able to learn from a guy like James,” said Wallace. “He can break it down for me like nobody else can and that will only help me as a player. And I can’t wait to catch passes from Mason.”Wallace, along with LC Greenwood and Braydon Johnson, will step into a deep and talent-rich wide receiver pool with more stars than just James Washington.Jalen McCleskey, Marcell Ateman, Chris Lacy are all players who had large roles in the offense last season. So finding a role for the young freshman will be a tall task. Nevertheless, the opportunity to learn from a future pro — and catch passes from another — is something that helped draw recruits in and keep them locked with OSU.The recruits are excited. Big Daddy is excited. We’re all excited. How much longer until September?last_img read more

The Reload: CJ Moore Names Top 6, Henson Pursuing In State Lineman

first_imgWith offers from 30 schools including UCLA, Cal, OU, LSU, Michigan and others, this will be a tough recruitment. Trying to make up ground this *late* in the process will be a tall task, but Gordon is one that’s at least worth giving it a shot for.Josh Henson looking ahead to 2019 with offer to Texas OLNew offensive line coach Josh Henson extended an offer to 2019 offensive tackle Vick Curne — a 6-foot-5 prospect from Second Baptist, Texas. Curne is a relative unknown but his frame and 300 pound body suggests he won’t be for long.In-state offensive lineman offeredCan you tell Henson’s been busy? The best part is that he’s unearthing talent within the Oklahoma border that he likes. He offered OKC area offensive lineman Owen Condon earlier this week, and he also offered Bixby offensive guard Bryce Bray — former teammate of OSU defensive tackle signee Brendon Evers.Bray’s a three-star recruit and a 6-foot-5 inside lineman. He was named the Dallas Opening lineman MVP this past weekend, and tested through the roof in drills. He’s got versatility to play guard and tackle and he plays physical with a mean streak. Sign. Me. Up.2018 Bixby OG Bryce Bray (@_bbray_75) uses hands well here to keep DL off his body. Beats had a nice day today. #OKPreps pic.twitter.com/ABk1duCJAb— Alex King (@AKing_TFB) March 5, 2017 While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. The Reload is PFB’s recruiting recap, catching you up to speed with all the latest Oklahoma State news and recruiting information with an ear to the ground for what to expect in the future.Tulsa Union’s CJ Moore recruitment updateFour-star Union wide receiver CJ Moore dropped his list of top six schools on Tuesday, announcing that the Cowboys have made his list along with some heavyweight programs including Ohio State.Top 6?? pic.twitter.com/JgLFA6TEPP— ??CJ Moore?? (@daddydimes35) March 8, 2017Moore, a relative of former OSU wide receiver Tracy Moore, and by extension former OSU signee Tramonda Moore, has a long history of Oklahoma State ties. OSU is battling some big names for his commitment, and keeping him in the state is Kasey Dunn’s top priority for the 2018 class. Moore is a once-in-a-decade receiver who happens to be homegrown. At 6-foot-5 with production to boot, he’ll be a name to continue to monitor as the spring and summer evolve.Oklahoma nabs in-state safetyTeammate to CJ Moore, Patrick Fields, committed to the Oklahoma Sooners over the weekend. The versatile linebacker/safety from Union picked OU over offers from TCU, Notre Dame, OSU, and others.Despite an offer from the Cowboys, they were never really in the mix for his service — due in large part to his strong OU lean. The moment the Sooners offered (they were his third Division I offer), he was basically all in, from what I’ve been told. His recruitment past that point was little more than a formality. He’s a homegrown Sooner.Oklahoma State offers 2018 Running BackFiled under: “This might be a longshot but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯” files, Oklahoma State has extended an offer to junior running back prospect Asa Martin. Martin is a four-star recruit with 20 Division I offers including Ole Miss, Michigan, OU, and others.Martin made a recent visit to Norman on an unofficial basis all the way from Decatur, Alabama, but it is believed that he didn’t stop by Stillwater on his way, for what it’s worth. But with John Wozniak at the helm and his recent stay at Southern Miss, this might not be totally off the wall — Martin is being heavily recruited in the Southwest region and it’s likely a connection was made prior to his arrival in Stillwater.Manvel defensive back offeredIf you’re fishing for talent in Texas, Manvel isn’t a bad place to start. The school has been a talent factory, but Oklahoma State hasn’t been able to make in roads to the talent-rich school. That isn’t stopping them from trying, as they offered three-star cornerback Trent Gordon this week:last_img read more

Cowboy, Cowgirl Tennis to Host NCAA Tournament Regionals

first_imgWhile you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. Both the men and women’s tennis squads were rewarded with opening round hosting duties in the NCAA Tournament Regionals following tremendous seasons.The men’s team received the 11th overall seed in the tournament and will host Drake, their first opponent, No. 25 Illinois, and UMKC.Unlike baseball, the Regionals are single elimination. The Cowboys will look to advance to the second round from Stillwater for the second consecutive year. Coach Jay Udwadia’s hope is that they can capture a similar magic that the ladies did last year.“We’ve seen over the years that any team can make a run through the tournament,” Udwadia said. “We saw it here at OSU last year with the women’s tennis team, so we’re going to take it one match at a time.Coach Udwadia met with members of the media after today’s selection show. Hear what he had to say below. #okstate #NCAATennis pic.twitter.com/oxCQc2CPfI— OSU Cowboy Tennis (@CowboyTennis) May 3, 2017 “I want to congratulate our guys on being selected to host again this year. We were the No. 16 seed last year and now we’re up to No. 11, but we want to keep going up.We’re not quite done at the Greenwood Tennis Center this season! #okstate draws UMKC in next weekend’s first round. #NCAATennis pic.twitter.com/jCApbBVxkP— OSU Cowboy Tennis (@CowboyTennis) May 2, 2017Men’s tennis play will begin Friday, May 12th at the Greenwood Center.For the third consecutive year, the Cowgirl tennis team will host a Regional in Stillwater. As the 9th overall seed, the Cowgirls will look to make some serious noise in the postseason after capturing a share of the Big 12 regular season title this year.An experienced and senior led group of ladies will host UMKC, Arkansas, and Wichita St with play beginning Sunday, May 14th. Come out and support the ladies protect their undefeated home court record and journey to back to the title game.The Cowgirls are hosting! Find out details about #okstate’s sixth-straight NCAA Tournament selection here: https://t.co/lXgJTbFZPM pic.twitter.com/CJgwWi2I2F— OSU Women’s Tennis (@CowgirlTennis) May 2, 2017Tickets for both the men’s and women’s matches can be purchased by calling the OSU Athletic office or can be purchased at the Greenwood Center.last_img read more

West Ham team news & line-up vs Liverpool

first_imgWest Ham United West Ham team news: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Liverpool Harry Sherlock Last updated 1 year ago 15:15 24/2/2018 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) David Moyes West Ham BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images West Ham United Premier League Liverpool v West Ham United Liverpool The Hammers will aim to win at Anfield this weekend and become the first team to do so under David Moyes’ management West Ham head to Anfield this weekend to face Liverpool, with David Moyes sure to be in for a frosty reception.The Hammers boss spent 11 years at Everton, but in all his time managing he has never been able to record a victory at Anfield.Liverpool are currently third in the Premier League, while the Irons are 12th and still in danger of dropping into the relegation zone, as they sit just four points clear of 18th-placed Southampton. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Williams case shows Solskjaer isn’t holding Man Utd’s youngsters back – he’s protecting them Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp WEST HAM INJURIES The Irons have a number of injury problems to deal with, with key defender Winston Reid still struggling with a throat infection.He may be fit for the encounter with the Reds, however, while both Pedro Obiang and Andy Carroll are on the long-term injury list.Carroll, however, could return for the Hammers’ run-in, with David Gold confirming on Twitter that he could be back in contention before the end of the season.Playmaker Manuel Lanzini, meanwhile, should be back for the game, having previously been linked with the Reds throughout the January transfer window.The Argentine posted a cryptic Instagram message earlier this week, saying that he is “waiting for Saturday” after missing the Irons’ previous three games.WEST HAM SUSPENSIONS Arthur Masuaku remains suspended after receiving a six-game ban for spitting.WEST HAM STARTING LINE-UP If Winston Reid remains out, then it is likely that the back three fielded in West Ham’s 2-0 win over Watford will remain, constituting James Collins, Angelo Ogbonna and Aaron Cresswell.The return of Manuel Lanzini will be a major boost, and he is likely to play in the No.10 role, but it remains to be seen if he will replace the on-loan Joao Mario.Javier Hernandez is set to continue to lead the line and will be flanked by the in-form Marko Arnautovic.Adrian will continue in goal ahead of Joe Hart.West Ham Liverpool XILIVERPOOL TEAM NEWS Liverpool will be without Nathaniel Clyne, who continues his recovery from a back injury.The Reds ran rampant in the Champions League last midweek, thumping Porto 5-0, with Sadio Mane netting a hat-trick and Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah also on the scoresheet.They had the benefit of last weekend off, and manager Jurgen Klopp is likely to stick with that devastating front three, who have been in such electric form this season.Jurgen Klopp, LiverpoolTV CHANNEL & KICK OFF TIME The match kicks off at 15:00 GMT on Saturday, with no live television coverage available in the UK. Highlights can be seen on ‘Match of the Day’ on BBC One at 22:30 GMT.BEST OPTA MATCH FACTS Liverpool have won their last two Premier League matches against West Ham, 4-0 in May 2017 and 4-1 in November 2017 – they haven’t scored 4+ goals in three consecutive PL games versus a single opponent since doing so versus Norwich between 2012 and 2013. West Ham are unbeaten in their last three away games in all competitions at Liverpool, drawing the last two (W1 D2). Prior to their win in August 2015, the Hammers had gone 45 matches without a win at Anfield (D12 L33). David Moyes has never won against Liverpool at Anfield in all competitions as a manager (D7 L7), failing to win with Everton, Man Utd and Sunderland. Michail Antonio has scored in three of his four appearances in all competitions against Liverpool for West Ham, including in both of his games in the Premier League. Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.last_img read more