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US College Football is Back!

College football kicked off with a bang as fans anticipate the rest of the season. ‘Week Zero’ launched on Saturday, August 29. UAB vs. Central Arkansas started as the major teams yesterday, September 3, with Southern Miss vs. South Alabama following them.

Keep an eye on our site as we post updates. Check back for when other colleges start gameplay too. At the moment, some schools are still up in the air as a result of COVID-19.

Kentucky Derby

After a four-month postponement, the Kentucky Derby is back. The first race goes live on Saturday, September 5. Tiz the Law is the favorite and has a fighting chance at becoming the 14th Triple Crown winner.

UK

T20I

Kicking off the weekend, old rivals Australia and England start their three day T20I series today. The series will conclude on Tuesday, September 8. Fans and gamblers are excited about the series, as the last time the two teams faced off was in June 2018. Will the Aussies maintain their world number one crown?

The countries will continue with three ODI matches from September 11.

Africa

Efe Ajagba

Nigerian boxer Efe Ajagba is eager to fight against the reigning world champion, Anthony Joshua. AJ dreams of fighting in Africa, and Ajagba believes he has the tools needed to dethrone him in Nigeria. The up and coming fighter is currently undefeated, with 11 knockouts from 13 fights.

Cricket South Africa

Down in South Africa, the cricket association continues to make headlines amid mismanagement and racial scandals. It has stated that it’ll exclusively employ black consultants as a step towards local transformation. This comes as multiple top executives, including the president, have either quit or resigned.

Europe

UEFA Nations League

Another competition is on our radar as the UEFA Nations League is underway, with the first 10 group matches last night. As things stand, all games will be played without fans in the stadium (thank you, Coronavirus.) All 55 member associations agreed with the decision to play behind closed doors.

The only three European countries that won’t be participating are Liechtenstein, Gibraltar, and San Marino.

South America

COVID Disadvantage

Members of the South American Sports Organization are speaking out for players and athletes negatively impacted by the novel Coronavirus. The distress comes as countries are still facing thousands of COVID infected citizens and the upcoming departure of athletes in preparation for the Japan 2021 Olympics.

Amid the concerns, 18 players in Boca Juniors have tested positive for the virus ahead of the Copa Libertadores campaign, throwing the league into anarchy.

Australia

Super Rugby

Sadly the group stages of Super Rugby league in Australia will be drawing to a close this weekend. Many fans are eagerly awaiting the Reds vs. Brumbies match in the evening, as it’s likely to be a preview of the final. The Rebels will face the Western Force in the earlier game.

The final qualifiers and the finals will take place on September 12 and 19, respectively. These dates may change as there’s been an increase in COVID-19 cases across the country.

New Zealand

In New Zealand, the North and South clash in a game that many fans are eagerly awaiting. After multiple date and location changes, the time and place are finally set. Unfortunately, supporters aren’t permitted to attend, but there’s still a tangible sense of excitement in the air. The game between the local rivals is being billed as the All Blacks start on the road to redemption for their World Cup showing.

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