March is moving by pretty fast.
And just like the year, most of the football leagues in Europe are entering the latter stages.
In some of Europe’s top five leagues, the league has been all but decided. In some others, like the Premier League, the title race is set to go down to the wire.
As teams battle relegation, fight for survival and also a chance to feature in next year’s UCL and Europa League, it’s getting increasingly difficult to make accurate predictions.
No one saw Liverpool failing to score at Everton. The Manchester City goals are drying up. Real Madrid’s season is up in flames and all that’s left to be fought for in Italy is the ‘best of the rest’ title.
If you’re looking to diversify, you’re in luck.
Just as we entered the month of March, some leagues in Asia kicked off. Still fresh from their break, most of these teams are still finding their feet.
The table is still taking shape. However, it’s the perfect time to scout for the teams doing well, the ones that can help you cash out more often.
Here are some new football leagues to study this weekend:
Chinese Super League
The league has somewhat lost its appeal when it comes to attracting the biggest names in football. However, some popular names are still plying their trade in the league. Players like Yannick Carrasco and Marouane Fellaini have started the new Super League season by scoring for their respective clubs.
Clubs like Shanghai SIPG and Guangzhou Evergrande have started the season by scoring at least three goals and conceding none. Not a bad start at all.
Major League Soccer (U.S.A.)
Action has resumed in both the Western and Eastern Conference of the MLS.
The league is just one-game old but some teams have started with a bang. Remember Zlatan Ibrahimovic? He scored for his LA Galaxy side in their first game of the season.
On MatchDay 1, Seattle Sounders scored the highest amount of goals, getting four goals for themselves.
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The Japanese league is two-games old. The top two sides on the log table as of the time of writing this blog have scored an average of 2,5 goals per game.
David Villa, who plays for Kobe, has started the season well, scoring in his first game in the league.
Which of these leagues will you be monitoring as the days go by? Leave us your comments and share your thoughts with us.