These days it’s almost impossible to find any sporting event to bet on.
No thanks to what has been an outbreak of the coronavirus, the world of sports has grounded to a halt.
No football, no tennis, no F1, no basketball.
In regions where it was thought that sporting action would continue, the federations have opted to take precautionary measures by postponing games. Just like the weekend, this week is set to be one without sporting events.
It puts everyone in a tight place, especially those who love the game and either watch or bet on it.
With the resumption date for English set for the first week in April, there’s not much to anticipate in the world of football. However, it’s not all doom and gloom.
While you wait for the worst to be over with, now is the perfect time to get familiar with some other football leagues.
It’s the perfect time to know more about other leagues which will help your betting once action resumes in the league.
One of such leagues is the English National League.
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While there’s the English National League (North and South), this blog post focuses on the English National League in itself. Featuring games over the weekend, it was one of the very last football leagues to succumb to pressure and have games postponed.
However, how about you learn a few things about the league before it resumes?
More Away Wins Than Home Wins
In the last 30 games played by the teams in the league, 17 have turned out to be wins for the away side. This is almost three times the number of wins recorded by home sides during the same run of games.
With club-sides set to go on a long break because of the virus outbreak, no one knows how the league will play out on the first weekend.
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There Are Always Goals
The numbers from the league are self-explanatory.
In the past 60 games that have been played in the league, only two have ended in a goalless draw. The rest have featured goals ranging from one (the game between FC Halifax and Ebbsfleet) to seven goals (the game between Chesterfield and Harrogate).
The Best Forms
Harrogate have the best form over 10 games, winning 23 points out of a possible 30.
As touching home games, Barrow have boasted the best record so far, winning 41 points out of a possible 57.
Boreham Wood boasts the best away record, having won 32 points from a possible 57 games.
Yes, it’s going to be a long break from football (and all kinds of sporting events). As you try to find games to bet on, it’s also a perfect time to get familiar with more leagues as you prepare for the resumption of club football.