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.
The latest round-up of the next 24 hours’ sporting events begins as usual with Armenia’s Infinity Cup.
China’s Professional Baseball League, its reserves, and South Korea’s Baseball Championship make up the day’s baseball action.
Chinese Taipei’s women’s Super Basketball League and Turkmenistan’s NBLT both play, while club friendlies will also take place.
St Vincent & the Grenadines’ Vincy Premier League T10 is the only cricket league playing.
The Icons of Darts Live League, PDC Home Tour and Czech Premier League once again comprise the darts schedule.
Denmark’s Superliga and the Syrian Premier League are the latest additions to the football schedule, while leagues across Belarus, Costa Rica, the Czech Republic, Estonia, the Faroe Islands, Germany, Hungary and Turkmenistan are also in action.
South Korea-based KLPGA 8th E1 Charity Open begins its second round. Minor League golf is being played in Flordia, while the Outlaw Tour’s Southern Dunes Classic moves into round three.
Racing will be held at 17 tracks in Australia, four in the US and two in New Zealand.
Australia again dominates the schedule, with 12 tracks in action over the coming 24 hours. There are also five French tracks in action; four in Sweden; four in the US; and one apiece in Norway and Chile.
Short form matches in Russia’s Comet Division is once again the only ice hockey being played.
Australia’s National Rugby League continues, after returning to action overnight.
Competitions and leagues are in action in Brazil, China, the Czech Republic, Germany, Russia and the Ukraine.
The next 24 hours’ tennis comes from Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Russia and the Ukraine.
Russia’s Ural League joins the Liga Pro in the schedule.
This list is not intended to be exhaustive, and all events are subject to change.
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