22 April: Where’s the action?
iGB, in partnership with sports data specialist Abelson Info, is providing an updated list of the sporting events taking place each weekday throughout the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
This will ensure our readers have a regularly updated roster of the sporting events happening that day. A full table of the day's action can be found at the bottom of the page.
Today's round-up kicks off with badminton, and Armenia's Infinity Cup.
The baseball action in the next 24 hours is happening in China, with the Professional Baseball League and its reserves, and South Korea, where the Baseball Championships' pre-season continues.
The Czech Republic's Premier League joins the darts schedule.
Nicaragua's Premier League moves into the play-off stages, with Diriangén playing Juventus Managua, and Walter Ferretti playing Municipal Jalapa from midnight tonight. The country's Youth League also has its play off, and Tajikistan's Premier League continues.
The action in Arizona continues, with the second round of the Outlaw Tour's Legacy Shootout, and third round of the Cactus Tour at Las Colinas.
As usual, Australia dominates the greyhounds action, with Flordia's Naples Fort Myers the only track holding racing in the US.
Handball returns, with Belarus' Division 1.
Australian racing dominates the schedule as usual, but there is activity at Hong Kong's Happy Valley. Swedish racing is happening at Bro Park, Solvalla and Bergsaker, and at Fonner Park, Tampa Bay and Will Rogers Downs in the US.
The ice hockey action is again only in the short-form version of the game, with Russia's Premier League and Comet Division both playing.
Table tennis is taking place across Russia, Brazil, Ukraine and Armenia.
The tennis schedule is expanding, with Russia's Liga Pro joined by the Belarusian Masters League and the US International Tennis Series.
This list is not intended to be exhaustive, and all events are subject to change.
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