Two brothers were on Wednesday cross charged with assault and abusive language when they appeared before Magistrate Alex Moore at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Joshua Ferreira and Compton Ferreira both pleaded not guilty to the offences, which alleged that on June 20, at David Street, Kitty, Georgetown, they assaulted each other with intent to cause actual bodily harm. It is also alleged that on the same day at the same location, they used abusive language towards each other.According to the prosecution’s case, the two brothers were arguing over a bucket of water after which a fight ensued. Joshua Ferreira while attempting to defend himself took up a knife and threatened his brother, the Prosecution contended.Magistrate Moore ordered a probation officer to examine the matter after which she will report her findings to the court.The men were both placed on self bail and will return to court on June 30.
[dropcap]N[/dropcap]ew manager syndrome might struggle in the case of David Moyes and West Ham this afternoon when they take on Watford at Vicarage Road (4pm) in the only Premier League game of not so super Sunday.Apologies to Hammers fans but I have long term negativity about the current side who look to have lost some of their magic since moving from Upton Park and will do well to avoid relegation on current form.Certainly this is a match that they would ordinarily look to take something from – but their only away wins so far this season have come in the EFL Cup.It’s not uncommon for a struggling side to show a reaction blip of form for a new manager but David Moyes acknowledges the task ahead. He said: “I’m not one to criticise who was here before, but the players have told me what they think so we will give them what they think they need.“They need to take responsibility. The players have been really committed to what we’ve asked them to do, they’ve grasped it and got on with it, and I think they’ve embraced it too.“We’ve tried to put an awful lot of work into them over the past five or six days.”Watford themselves have struggled since beating Arsenal 2-1 with three consecutive defeats against Chelsea, Stoke and Everton.A win today for Watford will take them into eighth ahead of Brighton who play on Monday.Watford v West HamPremier League16:00 Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Ultra HDHEAD TO HEAD(Maximum 10 matches)Feb 2017 PREMIER Watford 1-1 West HamSep 2016 PREMIER West Ham 2-4 WatfordApr 2016 PREMIER West Ham 3-1 WatfordOct 2015 PREMIER Watford 2-0 West HamMar 2012 CHAMPIONSHIP West Ham 1-1 WatfordAug 2011 CHAMPIONSHIP Watford 0-4 West HamSep 2008 CARLING CUP Watford 1-0 West HamFeb 2007 PREMIERSHIP West Ham 0-1 WatfordJan 2007 FA CUP West Ham 0-1 WatfordAug 2006 PREMIERSHIP Watford 1-1 West HamI favour Watford and will keep things simple at around 6/5 with Star Sports.RECOMMENDED BETS (scale of 1-100 points)BACK WATFORD 9 points at 6/5 with Star SportsPROFIT/LOSS SINCE JAN 1 2017: PROFIT 20.14 points BET NOW WITH STAR SPORTS 08000 521 321