Corona Spring Sports Calender

A glimpse of hope for sports fans and betting fans that sports events and competitions will continue on short notice. Probably without the audience attending and with some unusual safety rules, but nevertheless something to get excited about. The virus has had a major impact on many people’s lives and sport seems to be just a luxury product compared to the struggle many people endured. Though sports can serve as a relief for the worrying, anxiety and boredom. So we are happy to see that countries are allowing sports events back! This blog will get a live update on all the sports(betting) news. So if you are interested in where you can get your daily dose of sports, be sure to regularly visit Mobile Wins:

May

9: UFC 249, Florida USA
17: NASCAR, USA
22: Resumption of the Bundesliga, Germany
29-30: Motorsport – W Series, St Petersburg, Russia

June

4-8: Cricket – England v West Indies, first Test, The Oval – postponed (the shutdown on cricket in England and Wales will remain until at least 1 July)

12-16: Cricket – England v West Indies, second Test, Edgbaston – postponed (the shutdown on cricket in England and Wales will remain until at least 1 July)

12-13: Motorsport – W Series: Anderstorp, Sweden
16-20 Horse racing – Royal Ascot

25-29: Cricket – England v West Indies, third Test, Lord’s – postponed (the shutdown on cricket in England and Wales will remain until at least 1 July)

25: Women’s cricket – England v India 1st T20, Taunton – postponed (the shutdown on cricket in England and Wales will remain until at least 1 July)

26-27: Motorsport – W Series, Monza, Italy

27: Women’s cricket – England v India 2nd T20, Bristol – postponed (the shutdown on cricket in England and Wales will remain until at least 1 July)

27: Rugby union – Japan v Wales, Shizuoka

July

1: Women’s cricket – England v India 1st ODI, Worcester – postponed (new date yet to be announced)

3: England v Australia 1st T20, Riverside, Durham
3-5: Formula 1 – Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg (first race of revised calendar)
4: Rugby union – Japan v England, Oita; Australia v Ireland, Brisbane; New Zealand v Wales, Auckland; South Africa v Scotland, Cape Town
4-5: Athletics – Anniversary Games, London Stadium

4: Women’s cricket – England v India 2nd ODI, Chelmsford postponed (new date yet to be announced)

5: England v Australia 2nd T20, Old Trafford
5: Motorcycling – British round of the World Superbike Championship, Donington Park

6: Women’s cricket – England v India 3rd ODI, Canterbury postponed (new date yet to be announced)

7: England v Australia 3rd T20, Headingley

9: Women’s cricket – England v India 4th ODI, Hove postponed (new date yet to be announced)

10: Athletics – Diamond League, Monaco
10-11: Motorsport – W Series, Norisring, Germany
11: Cricket – England v Australia 1st ODI, Lord’s
11: Rugby union – Japan v England, Kobe; Australia v Ireland, Sydney; New Zealand v Wales, Wellington; South Africa v Scotland, Durban
11: Boxing – British and Commonwealth heavyweight title fight: Daniel Dubois v Joe Joyce, London
11: Motorsport – Formula E: New York E-Prix
14: Cricket – England v Australia 2nd ODI, Ageas Bowl, Southampton
16: Cricket – England v Australia 3rd ODI, Bristol County Ground)
17-19: Formula 1 – British Grand Prix, Silverstone (behind closed doors)
18: Rugby league – Challenge Cup final, Wembley
18: Rugby union – New Zealand v Scotland, Dunedin
25-26: Motorsport – Formula E Championship final round, London
30 July-3 Aug: Cricket – England v Pakistan, first Test, Lord’s
31 July-2 Aug: Formula 1 – Hungarian Grand Prix, Budapest
31 July-16 Aug: Snooker – World Championship, Sheffield