High on confidence after their magnificent victory over Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) will eye another dominant show when they take on Rajasthan Royals in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium here on Sunday.On Friday, it was Andre Russell’s rampage, which powered Kolkata to a five-wicket win over Royal Challengers Bangalore while chasing a massive 206-run target. The purple brigade are currently placed second in the league points table with three wins in four matches and the Dinesh Karthik-led side will aim to keep the momentum going against an average looking Rajasthan.On the other hand, Rajasthan lie seventh in the points table after managing just a win from four games.Kolkata batsmen Andre Russell, Robin Uthappa, Nitish Rana and Shubman Gill are in fine touch. After the win against bottom-placed RCB, Kolkata will carry the belief to win games from any situation, thanks to Russell, who has single-handedly won matches for them.Where will the IPL 2019 match between RR vs KKR be played?The IPL 2019 match between Rajasthan Royals and Kolkata Knight Riders will be played at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium from 8 PM IST.Where can I watch the IPL 2019 match between RR vs KKR live?The match will be shown on the Star Sports TV network and can also be streamed on hotstar.com.Where can I check the online live updates of the IPL 2019 match between RR vs KKR?You can follow our coverage here – www.indiatoday.in/sports/ipl-2019 & www.indiatoday.in/sports.advertisementWhat are the squads for the IPL 2019 match between RR vs KKR?Rajasthan Royals: Ajinkya Rahane (captain), Krishnappa Gowtham, Sanju Samson, Shreyas Gopal, Aryaman Birla, S. Midhun, Prashant Chopra, Stuart Binny, Rahul Tripathi, Ben Stokes, Steve Smith, Jos Buttler, Jofra Archer, Ish Sodhi, Dhawal Kulkarni, Mahipal Lomror, Jaydev Unadkat, Varun Aaron, Oshane Thomas, Shashank Singh, Liam Livinstone, Shubham Rajane, Manan Vohra, Ashton Turner, Riyan Parag.Kolkata Knight Riders: Virat Kohli (captain), AB de Villiers, Parthiv Patel (WK), Marcus Stoinis, Shimron Hetmyer, Shivam Dube, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Washington Sundar, Umesh Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Mohammed Siraj, Heinrich Klaasen (WK), Moeen Ali, Colin de Grandhomme, Pawan Negi, Tim Southee, Akshdeep Nath, Milind Kumar, Devdutt Padikkal, Gurkeerat Singh, Prayas Ray Barman, Kulwant Kejroliya, Navdeep Saini, Himmat Singh.Also See:
The Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries is encouraging farmers in sections of St. Elizabeth to employ beet army worm management strategies to counter the increase in the pest’s population.The beet army worm affects crops such as scallion and onion, and typically impacts the southern region of the island.The Rural Agriculture Development Authority (RADA) says its latest assessment indicates the possibility of an outbreak of the pest in Junction and Southfield if preventative action is not taken by farmers.As such, farmers are being encouraged to implement beet army worm management strategies once the threshold of one worm per five plants monitored is observed.Farmers are also advised to increase field monitoring to at least twice per week (every three days) looking for egg sacks and young worms.The Ministry is recommending that farmers delay expansion of scallion fields during this period and ensure that beet army worm pheromone traps are in place to help detect any changes in the pest’s population.The beet army worm favours crops such as pepper, pumpkin or melon, so farmers should avoid planting them as the threat of the pest looms. Waste crop should also be removed immediately after scallion stripping activities.The Ministry is also urging farmers in the surrounding areas of New Forest, Cross Keys, New Port and Malvern in Manchester, and Pedro Plains, St. Elizabeth to exercise vigilance in monitoring their fields.For further information, farmers are encouraged to visit their nearest RADA office 1-888-ASK-RADA or the Research and Development Division, Plant Protection Unit (Bodles Research Station) in St. Catherine. The Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries is encouraging farmers in sections of St. Elizabeth to employ beet army worm management strategies to counter the increase in the pest’s population. Story Highlights The Rural Agriculture Development Authority (RADA) says its latest assessment indicates the possibility of an outbreak of the pest in Junction and Southfield if preventative action is not taken by farmers. The beet army worm affects crops such as scallion and onion, and typically impacts the southern region of the island.