The coronavirus pandemic continues to cause mayhem upon the sporting schedule.
Leading- flight football in Russia, among the main leagues still playing in Europe, was suspended on Tuesday, while Euro 2020 was formally postponed by one year.
There are still some competitors around the world proceeding, however– here are 5 of the very best to eagerly anticipate on Wednesday.
Lee Man Warriors v Kitchee– Hong Kong Premier League
In among Wednesday’s first games, Lee Man Warriors will play Kitchee in the Hong Kong Premier League.
Kitchee, having won 3 straight league games, have the chance to move level on points with leaders R&F if they triumph of an away contest versus a Warriors side who sit simply 3 points below them in the table.
Guadalupe v Limon– LIGA FDP
In Costa Rica, Guadalupe will host having a hard time Limon as they aim to move into the play- off positions in Liga FDP.
It was a goalless draw the last times these 2 teams met in January, so ideally there will be more enjoyment this time around.
Plateau United v Kwara United– Nigerian Premier League
While the majority of the world closes down, there are still 10 matches happening in the Nigerian Premier League on Wednesday.
Leaders Plateau United boast a 4- point lead over Rivers United at the top of the table heading into their home game with Kwara United, who currently being in the transfer locations.
Plateau are unbeaten considering that losing to Sunlight Stars on January 15 and will be positive of maintaining their momentum here.
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Rivers United v Warri Wolves– Nigerian Premier League
Second- put Rivers, on the other hand, will aim to use some pressure to Plateau with a home contest versus mid- table side Warri Wolves.
With Lobi Stars now simply 2 points behind them, Rivers understand the onus is on them to get better from a surprise defeat to Enugu Rangers last time out.
Tampines Rovers v Lion City Sailors– Singapore Premier League
In one of 2 games happening in the Singapore Premier League, leaders Tampines Rovers handle Lion City Sailors.
Tampines have won 2 of their opening 3 games, while the Sailors have actually just played one match up until now, a 1- 1 draw versus Tanjong Pagar on March 6.
The other match will see Balestier Khalsa host Hougang United.