It was on the second weekend of June when the Premier League returned after its 100 days of hiatus because of the 2019 coronavirus pandemic. Since then, many seems to have already happened, including the crowing of Liverpool as this year’s Premier League champions.
Germany defender Niklas Suele could make his return for Bayern Munich after nine months out with a serious knee injury in Saturday's German Cup final against Bayer Leverkusen in Berlin.
Gianluigi Buffon is ready to add another landmark achievement in his incredible career when Juventus face local rivals Torino on Saturday, with the former Italy captain expected to become Serie A's all-time record appearance maker.
Although, a few months ago, it was reported that Real Madrid would keep the monetary bonuses to the staff for winning titles, the newspaper 'Marca' now reports that this will not be the case. Even if the players win the League and the Champions League, they will not receive more money.
Football is the most popular sport worldwide and it is extremely popular in European countries and some countries in Africa, Asia, and America. It’s not surprising that this is one of the most wagered sports worldwide and statistics show that this sport rakes in billions of money whether it’s for the government or the clubs themselves.
Now that the Premier League is back after a 100-day hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic, the fans are also back on their betting habits for the league. Liverpool may have already been crowned as the champions for this year’s league but the matches are still on to determine which teams will head to the championship league.