7 May: Where's the action?
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.
Armenia's Infinity Cup begins the day's sporting fixtures round-up.
The Chinese Professional Baseball League continues, as do its reserves, in the next 24 hours. South Korea's Baseball Championships are in action.
The women's edition of Chinese Taipei's Super Basketball League is the only competition in the sport playing.
As before, the Icons of Darts Live League, PDC Home Tour and the Czech Premier League are the only darts competitions taking place in the next 24 hours.
Belarus's Reserve League and the Turkmenistan Youth League are the only football competitions playing, but we may soon have one of the major European leagues returning, with the German Bundesliga meeting today (7 May) to finalise plans for its resumption.
The Arizona-based Cactus Tour begins the second round of its Desert Canyon event.
The action continues to be dominated by Australia, with action at 16 tracks, joined by Addington and Hatrick in New Zealand and Palm Beach from the US.
Racing takes place at 16 tracks across Australia, while the reopening of Germany sees Hannover join the schedule. Racing from Japan will be held at Funabashi (on 7 and 8 May), and at Kasamatsu, while Swedish action comes from Halmstad, Skelleftea and Bollnas. Norwegian racing comes from Bergen, while the schedule is rounded off by action from Gulfstream Park and Remington Park in the US.
Once again, only short form action is available, from Russia's Liga Pro and Comet Division.
The table tennis schedule remains diverse, with action from Armenia, Brazil, the Czech Republic, Germany, Russia and Ukraine.
Today's round-up ends on tennis, with events based in Central and Eastern Europe. Belarus' Masters League is in action, as is Germany's Tennis-Point Series, Poland's Marbello Cup and Russia's Liga Pro and Spring Tour.
This list is not intended to be exhaustive, and all events are subject to change.
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