What started as a weekend without major sporting events will continue this week.
With federations and organizations taking precautions, more games are being cancelled and league activities postponed.
This has caused a ripple effect across various industries, with sport fans taking the most heat. With no sport action on T.V to enjoy, the sporting events to bet on have also reduced drastically. However, they have not disappeared completely, as opposed to what most bettors think.
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Although the NBA in the U.S.A has been put on hold until further notice, there’s still plenty of basketball action to enjoy this week. In the Middle East, one of the basketball leagues is still very much on.
Featuring a number of home wins this weekend, the Turkish Super Ligi (or TBSL, for short) will feature at least nine games this week – eight from Round 24, and a Round 20 game between Anadolu Efes and Bursaspor.
Australia’s biggest sporting competitions, the AFL and NRL, will push on with their seasons despite the coronavirus outbreak shutting down leagues and events across the world.
The NRL will continue next week, even after the New Zealand government’s border restrictions to tackle the health pandemic.
The new NRL season will feature eight games this week. Newcastle Knights, Wests Tigers and Canberra Raiders will be looking to add more points to the 20+ points scored this past weekend.
English National League
Are you one of those who think the world of football has come to a grand halt because of the Covid-19 virus? Think again.
While Europe’s top five leagues have been suspended, there’s still plenty of football action to bet on in other parts of Europe.
One of them is the England National League.
Although some games were postponed this weekend, six games were still played, with two ending in home wins, two in away wins and two in draws.
Action continues in the league this week, with up to 15 games lined up to be played. Depending on how the events of the week play out, a third of these games should be played, regardless of what happens.
Hopefully, by the time you’re reading this, they’ve not suspended or cancelled the games mentioned in this post.
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