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Sporting Events To Look Forward To In 2021

Posted on | January 13, 2021 | No Comments

2020 sporting events were severelyaffected by the global pandemic as many events have had to be played behind closed doors and so fans haven’t been able to witness their favourite sports. However, with the vaccine now being rolled out now across the globe, there is finally light at the end of the tunnel and so the events might be able to go ahead with fans in the arena, so we look ahead to the biggest events to look forward to in 2021.

The first even that we are looking forward to in 2021 has to be the Euros which originally was supposed to be played during 2020 but got postponed back to 2021 because was originally scheduled during the height of the pandemic. However now we are now witnessing the tournament this summer and many football fans will be hoping that fans will be allowed back in the stadiums to watch their nations pitch their campaign for the coveted European championships.

The next big event that we are looking forward to in 2021 is the Olympics which is being held in Tokyo and something we have been looking forward to for the past four years. Olympics is one of the most watched sporting events in the world and this year promises to be one of the most flamboyant this year as it promises to bring the Japanese culture to it. The Americans will be looking to reclaim their title as the Olympic champions but will have their work cut out by the Chinese this year as they promise to bring some serious heat this summer.

And finally, the Champions League final last year was shown behind closed doors which is a spectacle that not many football fans ever want to see again and hopefully the final this year can see fans return to the stadium for the final at least. The Champions League always promises to deliver the best football matches on the planet and this year’s draw certainly looks exciting for all neutral football fans.

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3 First and Second Round Draft Picks Who Have Shown Potential in 2020

Posted on | December 2, 2020 | No Comments

We may only be ten games into the 2020 NFL season, however, there have already been a number of rookies who have made a decent impression throughout the opening couple of the months. Many of this year’s draftees have been thrown straight in at the deep end, and we have picked out a trio of newcomers who have shown enough ability to suggest that they have a bright future at the highest level.

Chase Claypool

Chase Claypool played a starring role for Notre Dame, and although he was widely tipped to enjoy a successful NFL career, very few Steelers fans could have predicted the impact that he has had at Heinz Field during his 10-game stint in Pittsburgh. As of November 26th, the first-year receiver has 39 catches for 559 yards and has rushed nine times for 22 yards. With ten touchdowns in as many matches, the Canadian has made history, and his impressive run of form looks unlikely to end anytime soon. He is one of only four wide receivers in the history of the competition to achieve this feat, and the first in 60 years. His electric form has helped to put the Steelers on course for their first postseason appearance in three years, and he appears to have the ability and belief to succeed in this unforgiving division.

Tua Tagovailoa

There was plenty of hype surrounding rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, and although his recent injury record was a little concerning, the Miami Dolphins opted to take a chance on the fifth overall pick. Although the 22-year-old has only played three times so far, his blistering performance against Arizona suggests that there should be plenty more to come from the 2018 Heisman Trophy winner. Although he wasn’t able to recreate those heroics against the Broncos, he certainly doesn’t suffer from a lack of confidence, and is unlikely to be too concerned about his second underwhelming performance of the season. The left-handed QB showed plenty of ability for the Crimson Tide, and won a number of accolades during his time in Alabama. His former college are renowned for producing high-quality players, and they are 2.38 favorites in the latest American football odds to win the NCAAF Championship this year.

Justin Herbert

The Chargers QB looks on course to win Offensive Rookie of the Year after a string of standout performances at Dignity Health Sports Park. Although his performances dipped at the beginning of November, he managed bounce back in style with a heroic display against the Jets on November 22nd. He finished 37-of-49 passing for 366 yards and recorded three touchdowns. He helped to carry his side across the line, and helped the AFC West side to end a run of three consecutive defeats. The sixth overall pick is likely to smash the all-time rookie passing yards and passing touchdown records this season, and despite being unexpectedly thrust into a starting role, he has managed to step up admirably.

It’s been a successful season for NFL rookies, and many of the division’s newcomers are likely to progress once again in 2021. Chase Claypool, Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Herbert have all shown enough potential to suggest that they can kick on next season and become household names.

Who Are The Potential Champions League Winners Of 2020/21?

Posted on | November 6, 2020 | No Comments

With the Champions League fully underway again with many of us football fans being treated to weekly matches now to ensure that we will still see the final in the usual May month due to the season being delayed by the global pandemic caused by Covid-19. However, we are now halfway through the group stages and the dust is starting to settle allowing us to look at who are emerging to be favorites for the tournament.

Of course, we cannot look past last year’s winner in Bayern Munich who have looked unstoppable since with no team really being able to compete with the strength and depth of this Bayern squad. They are heavy favourites for the tournament currently priced at 11/4 and we struggle to see how they can be beaten in this year’s competition.

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Second favourites for the tournament are actually Manchester City priced at 9/2 which many are still questioning due to their slow and lack-lustre start to their campaign in the Premier League this year. However, they have started strong in the Europe having played 3, won 3 scoring 9 goals and only conceding 1. Pep Guardiola has ultimately got to win the Champions League with Man City to ensure that he isn’t deemed at failure at the Manchester club and it seems as if this might be his last chance.

Also looking strong from England would be that of their current champions in Liverpool who are surprisingly priced at 6/1. They have started this season in scintillating form, blowing past every opponent as expected and to be honest, at that price they might just be worth a punt with the star quality that they possess.

Can Brady outgun Mahomes and Jackson to win MVP?

Posted on | September 4, 2020 | No Comments

Tom Brady produced the biggest storyline of the NFL off-season by leaving the New England Patriots after 20 seasons and joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brady and the Patriots could not come to an agreement on a new contract, forcing the hand of the 43-year-old to turn elsewhere.

The six-time Super Bowl winner signed a two-year deal with the Buccaneers, where he will attempt to prove that he can triumph on the grand stage without Bill Belichick. Brady has already been joined by tight end Rob Gronkowski after the former All-Pro reneged on his retirement and was traded to the NFC South outfit by New England. Both players have a point to prove and it would not be a surprise to see the two best players at their respective positions claim another Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Brady has been surpassed as the best quarterback currently operating in the NFL by Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes – the last two winners of the MVP award. The 43-year-old claimed the award in 2017 for the third time in his career – only two shy of Peyton Manning’s record of five. Brady has almost every record in the book, and after seeing his competitive nature over the 20 years of his career, he will be determined to match the achievement of his former rival or at least close the gap in his twilight years.

He has arguably the best set of receivers at his disposal than at any time during his career – other than perhaps the 2007 campaign when Brady broke Manning’s touchdown record with 50 strikes. Manning surpassed that six years later with 55, and that mark is yet to be overhauled since. That could be beyond even Mahomes and Jackson this season, therefore Brady may have to set his sights on simply being the best player in the league. The 43-year-old is backed in the NFL odds on bet365 at +1600 to be named MVP in 2020 behind Mahomes, Jackson, Russell Wilson and Dak Prescott.

Brady’s numbers last year were down significantly on his performance in 2018 and well below the standard of his 2017 MVP display. The Patriots lacked talent across the board with only Julian Edelman rising to the occasion. At Tampa Bay, Brady has arguably the best wide receiver tandem in Mike Evans and Chris Godwin at his disposal, with a reliable slot option in Scotty Miller. Gronkowski leads a talented tight end group alongside Cameron Brate and O.J Howard.

The Buccaneers will have an embarrassment of riches in the red zone, which will leave opposing teams in a bind over who to cover and when. Brady should have no problem racking up the touchdowns given the talent available. He also has a stout offensive line that will give him time and space to pick out his targets downfield. It’s not out of the question that he could match the statistics seen in the 2007 season. Evans is not Randy Moss, who scored 23 touchdowns in that campaign, but double figures is within his reach. Chris Godwin enjoyed an excellent season in 2019 and is capable of becoming the safety blanket in the mold of Edelman and Wes Welker. The tight ends should take him over the top, with Gronkowski fit again and eager to show that he is the best in the game.

Watch out for Brady this season. The old stager might just have something left in the tank to show the young guns that he is the GOAT for a reason.

Women in F1 (Formula One)

Posted on | June 25, 2020 | No Comments

When it comes to F1, all the ladies take a step back and let the men lead the way. The exact reason why this happens is probably historical heritage. But there have been are now are a few ladies who decided to defy the odds and break the status quo. Just like there are female traders according to Online Trading South Africa that have become big in a male-dominated sphere.

Maria Teresa de Flippis

Maria was the first woman ever to venture into F1 racing, this was in 1958-59 when she entered 5 races. Her best was result was 10th position in the 1958 Belgian Grand Prix. When she tried to enter the next race in France, the director denied her entry. He is said to have been quoted saying, “The only helmet that a woman should use is the hairdresser”. Maria then ended her career at the Monaco Grand Prix in 1959.

Lella Lombardi

The years 1974-76 saw another woman in the field of F1 racing. Lella Lombardi, during those years,competed in three seasons. She entered 17 races. Her best result was finishing 6th at the Spanish Grand Prix in 1975. It was at this race that Lella became the first and so far the only woman to have earned points at a Grand Prix World Prix.

Test Drivers

Susie Wolff

In 2014, Susie Wolff was the first woman to take part in a Formula 1 Race Weekend. This was at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. This was the first time after 22 years when Giovanna Amati made three unsuccessful attempts at the Grand Prix. Did you know that even sports women trade forex? This is to supplement their salaries.

Tatiana Calderon

3 years later, we saw Tatiana Calderon, a Columbian development driver for Sauber. So far she is making news and her own legacy in the world of F1 racing. She was recently promoted to test driver. And she admits that the road hasn’t been an easy one as she is quoted to have said, “No one wants to be beaten by a girl”.

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