THERE was little or nothing to look at on Tuesday but well done to everyone who won on esports and stay-at-home darts.
I'm not a big esports fan, mainly because in normal circumstances I have no time to play games online, but loved the tips and comments posted by maddison and others.
He brilliantly backed Brighton's Neil Maupay to beat Aston Villa's John McGinn at FIFA after putting up “team news”.
Maddison said: “4-0 Brighton and Maupay at half time, it’s in the bag. What swung the big stake was the pre-match interview where Super John McGinn says he hardly plays and Maupay plays all the time and has a gamer chair.
“I think the pre-match interview can be seen as the team news and will give an indication of how good a player is at FIFA 20 video game.”
Some people scoff at esports but we're faced with different times and I welcome tips and Maddison showed even when betting on these games “team news” is vital.
It ended 6-1 Brighton to prove McGinn's a better player when he's actually on the pitch.
There were no games listed on live score on Tuesday but there are two on Wednesday. However, before you get too excited we have Deportivo Walter Ferretti Under-20s vs Real Madriz in Nicuragua and a game from Tajikstan.
The UEFA meeting revealed some good and bad news. Looks like Belgium and Holland will call their seasons after the governing body stepped back frpm a threat to exclude them for the Champions League and while Scotland are keen to do the same they're going to delay a decision.
UEFA are determined to see the big leagues played out and have optimistically pencilled in the Champions League and Europa League to complete in a festival of football in August.
The Bundesliga still plan for a May 9 return and while safety has to be paramount I reckon all football fans are desperate to see some top-class action.