Another event with a question about its possibility to be canceled is Euro 2020 which is set to be organized in June in 12 different cities from Dublin to Baku. England and Wales are the only qualified home countries so far, with Scotland and Republic of Ireland will compete in the play-offs for an official position England will compete their group games at Wembley, plus the semi-finals and final – if they get that far into the league. Gareth Southgate’s side are in Group D with Czech Republic, Croatia, and a play-off winner. Wales are in Group A, with a plan to face Italy and two other matches in Azerbaijan, against Switzerland and Turkey team. If that sounds harsh, spare a thought for the play-off winners who will get in Group F – facing with all the giants as France, Germany, and Portugal. Sixteen winning teams will progress from the groups into a straight knockout round.
The Copa América will be hosted in Argentina and Colombia, and there’s plenty of events and activities besides football. England cricket team competes three home Tests against the West Indies, and there are three golf majors tournaments including the US Open, women’s US Open and women’s PGA are organized in the US. There are also three big rugby union finals, namely the Pro14, the Premiership, and Super Rugby trophies.
The Tour de France started off from Nice all the way to Paris. It’s difficult to bet against another Team Ineos winner, but will it be the defending champion Egan Bernal, or can Geraint Thomas or Chris Froome bring honor to the British? Speaking of which, this could be a important time for Andy Murray, with Queen’s Club and a potential return to the prestigious Wimbledon as he continues his fightback from injury.