Embed from Getty ImagesFulham will again be without defender Michael Madl when they host Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.Madl has not featured in the last two matchday squads, and has been linked with a move to Legia Warsaw.Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic said Sone Aluko would be involved despite speculation over the striker’s future and the arrival of Rui Fonte.AdChoices广告 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Warnock confirms talks with Fulham over BennettFulham confirm loan signing of Liverpool’s OjoWoodrow completes Bristol City loan moveFulham complete Fonte signingFulham agree loan deal for Soares
There are a number of intermediate games down for decision this evening in the Premier County.First up are the South Tipp Intermediate football semi finals.Fr Sheehys face Fethard in the Clonmel Sportsfield, while it’s a local derby as Clonmel Óg play Clonmel Commercials in Kilsheelan. Both those games get underway at 7 o’ clock.Then at 8pm, there’s one game in the Mid Tipp Intermediate football championship.Moyne Templetuohy go up against Loughmore Castleiney in Templemore.While the South Minor B football championship semi final also takes place this evening.Kilsheelan Kilcash meet Ardfinnan Gaels in Ned Hall Park at 7.30.
Nearby Vic’s Liquor also experienced the Mega Millions mania. Manager Richard Miwis said a steady flow of customers bought tickets throughout the week. “I’d say between 70 and 100 people a day buy tickets,” he said. It seemed that by Friday, most people had bought their tickets, as Miwis said only 50 people had come in to buy them. He expected lottery business to pick up slightly before the actual drawing. Dennis Ford bought 10 tickets at a local 7-Eleven store Friday. The Woodland Hills resident isn’t a regular player, however. “I never play the lottery,” he said. “I only gamble when I’m in Vegas.” Ford said he decided to take a chance on Mega Millions after seeing a news report about the prize on television. He said these were the first lottery tickets he’s ever purchased. Even though there is a tiny chance Ford is now a multimillionaire, he said he wasn’t too fixated on the game of chance. “This doesn’t really matter to me,” Ford said. “It’s all fun to me.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “The odds of getting all six numbers right is one in 176 million,” Johnston said. “That’s every possible number combination.” The jackpot is also up for grabs in 11 other states, stretching from Washington to Michigan to New Jersey. The minuscule odds of winning didn’t stop Angelenos from scooping up tickets. “Every other customer buys a ticket,” said Randy Singh, a cashier at a Woodland Hills Shell gas station. He said demand for Mega Millions tickets took a toll on the gas station’s equipment. “The ticket machine is getting slower, from all the demand,” he said. “It has been working a lot recently.” By now, some lucky person may be kicking off Labor Day weekend in a new income bracket – that is, if if there was a winning ticket in the multistate $330 million Mega Millions drawing. Mega Millions fever hit Southern California on Friday, as optimistic gamers bought up tickets for last night’s drawing. The jackpot is the second-largest prize since California joined the Mega Millions game in 2005. Cathy Doyle Johnston, a spokeswoman for the California Lottery, said Friday’s drawing is eclipsed only by the $390 million prize given away last March. The potential of a mammoth payday has spiked sales of lottery tickets, Doyle said. She said buyers shouldn’t have gotten their hopes up though.