Australian Open 2020

The first grand slam (Tennis Tournament)of 2020 year, Australian Open is set to kick off from 20 January at Melbourne Park. This will be the 108th edition of the Australian Open and it will conclude with Grand Slam Winner on 2 February 2020. Kia is the official sponsor of 2020 Australian Open. Ahead of this ATP Cup 2020 will be playing on so don’t miss it. Many Professional Tennis Starts to be complete in this Australian Open Grand Slam 2020. This event of Australian Open 2020 will be televised around the world as many top broadcasting networks are shown the action live on their channel.

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The tournament will consist of events for professional players in singles, doubles and mixed doubles. Junior and wheelchair players will compete in singles and doubles tournaments.

2020 Australian Open will be the 108th edition of the Tennis Tournament and It will be held at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia venue.

Brief Information — About Australian Open

The tournament of Australian Open is run by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and is part of the 2020 ATP Tour and the 2020 WTA Tour calendars under the Grand Slam category. The tournament consists of both men’s and women’s singles and doubles draws as well as the mixed doubles events. There are singles and doubles events for both boys and girls (players under 18), which are part of the Grade A category of tournaments. There are also singles, doubles and quad events for men’s and women’s wheelchair tennis players as part of the NEC tour under the Grand Slam category.

The tournament will be played on hard courts and will take place across a series of 25 courts, the three main show courts Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena and Margaret Court Arena. 1573 Arena (formerly Show Court Two) was upgraded into a main show court.

How To Watch Australian Open 2020 Live Stream

Many of the Tennis Viewers are looking to Watch the Live action of the First Grand Slam of the Calender year 2020 of Australian Open. This is worldwide events so around the world of Fans are enjoy this Australian Open 2020 live online on a television set as well as on their Desktop, Laptop, Tablet or PC as well as Android Mobile device.

Australian Open 2020 Broadcasting Rights — Countrywise

Australian Open Who is one of the Most Popular Sporting Events and Most of the Tennis Fan around the world as well as Host Melbourne Region fans are Watch these Mega events of January 2020 of First Grand Slam competition. That’s Why So Many Broadcaster Bids for Grabbing the 2020 Australian Open Match Official Broadcasting Rights. All the Tennis Fans around the world will be love to watch this Kia Australian Open live weather their countries player participate or not.

For the the 52nd in the Open Era — 108th Edition of Australian Open Several Broadcasting Network and TV channels who will be Shown Australian Open 2020 Live Telecast and Coverage in different region. See below the Full List of Countrywise Broadcaster and TV channels Network for First Grand Slam Tennis Tournament of 2020.

Australian Open 2020 Winners Analysis

Who will win the Australian Open 2020 ? If you are searching on the net then its too early for winner analysis especially for the men’s and women’s divisions as so many stars are battle out to each other for the grand slam. In Men’s Category players like Roger Frederick against Brilliant Novak Djokovic. while in the women’s group name of Caroline Wozniacki participate at Australia Open 2020.

Australian Open 2020 Prize Money

The Australian Open 2020 Prize Money has been confirmed to be $60.5 million (Australian Dollar). This prize breaks the record again and is considered as a respective amount for top tennis players from around the world who have joined the Australia Open 2020.

Australian Open 2020 Starting & Final Date

First Grand Slam of Calendar Yea is always the most anticipated tournament in the world. Many Tennis fans are searching about When Does the Australian Open 2020 Start ? On which Date Kia Austarlian Open Tennis kick off ? as well as When the Grand Final Austarlian Open Tennis Events in Men’s and Women’s will be held on. So let’s see the all the important dates.

Australian Open Starting Date — 20 January 2020

Aus Open 2020 End Date (Champions Match) — 2 February 2020

Players to Watch Out

In the upcoming Australian Open 2020 From the Big names including Rafael Nadal,Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Denis Shapovalov, Taylor Fritz in Men’s Category while Naomi Osaka, Karolína Plíšková, Serena Williams, Amanda Anisimova etc from Women’s category . Apart of them many are other exciting talents which should be looking forward to seeing by the Tennis Fans. Now let’s see the Tennis stars from the Continental basis..

Danielle Collins, Sloane Stephens, Amanda Anisimova, Alison Riske, Sofia Kenin, Madison Keys, Serena Williams, Taylor Fritz could fly the flag high for the United States country team while Rafael Nadal, Roberto Bautista Agut, Pablo Carreño Busta finest and this surely to be players to watch out in Australian open 2020.

“Both the men’s and women’s fields are extraordinary and filled with a mixture of former champions and amazing newcomers,” Australian Open Tournament Director Craig Tiley said.

“Will it be the year for Serena to come through again after all that she has done in tennis, or will we see another breakthrough champion emerge?

“Can Roger Federer pull off another major at one of his happiest Grand Slam destinations? Will Novak continue to dominate or will it be time for the next generation of players to step up?

“One thing is for sure, there will be plenty of drama and no shortage of incredible matches for fans to see.”

Men’s and Women’s seeds & draw

The 108th edition of Australian Open is set to air from 20th January 2020 and just before few days of tournament’s starting, men’s and women’s players seed and draw have been unveiled. Stay here for latest updates and news on Men’s and women’s seeds date.

Han Na-Lae will make her Grand Slam debut at the Australian Open after winning Asia Pacific Wildcard tournament playoff.

Here’s the players list of 2020 Australian Open

From the 100 Ranked players of the ATP and WTA charts get a direct entry in to Main Singles draw whiel others who qualify for the events. There are also a few wild-cards reserved for previous champions or Australian players to go with some possible protected ranking players.

Seeded list for the 2020 Australian open are revealed soon till then enjoy a Top ranked players who are expected to took participate in the Australian open.

Women’s Singles Seeded Players Expected to Play

  1. Ashleigh Barty
  2. Karolina Pliskova
  3. Naomi Osaka
  4. Simona Halep
  5. Bianca Andreescu
  6. Elina Svitolina
  7. Petra Kvitova
  8. Belinda Bencic
  9. Kiki Bertens
  10. Serena Williams
  11. Aryna Sabalenka
  12. Johanna Konta
  13. Madison Keys
  14. Sofia Kenin
  15. Petra Martic
  16. Marketa Vondrousova
  17. Elise Mertens
  18. Alison Riske
  19. Donna Vekic
  20. Angelique Kerber
  21. Karolina Muchova
  22. Dayana Yastremska
  23. Maria Sakkari
  24. Amanda Anisimova
  25. Sloane Stephens
  26. Anett Kontaveit
  27. Anastasija Sevastova
  28. Julia Goerges
  29. Qiang Wang
  30. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova

Men’s Singles Seeded Players Expected to Play

  1. Rafael Nadal
  2. Novak Djokovic
  3. Roger Federer
  4. Daniil Medvedev
  5. Dominic Thiem
  6. Stefanos Tsitsipas
  7. Alexander Zverev
  8. Matteo Berrettini
  9. Roberto Bautista Agut
  10. Gael Monfils
  11. David Goffin
  12. Fabio Fognini
  13. Kei Nishikori
  14. Diego Schwartzman
  15. Denis Shapovalov
  16. Stan Wawrinka
  17. Karen Khachanov
  18. Alex de Minaur
  19. John Isner
  20. Grigor Dimitrov
  21. Felix Auger-Aliassime
  22. Lucas Pouille
  23. Andrey Rublev
  24. Benoit Paire
  25. Guido Pella
  26. Nikoloz Basilashvili
  27. Pablo Carreno Busta
  28. Borna Coric
  29. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
  30. Nick Kyrgios

Previous 10 Australian Open Title Winners

Women’s Singles

2019: Naomi Osaka
2018: Caroline Wozniacki
2017: Serena Williams
2016: Angelique Kerber
2015: Serena Williams
2014: Li Na
2013: Victoria Azarenka
2012: Victoria Azarenka
2011: Kim Clijsters
2010: Serena Williams

Men’s Singles

2019: Novak Djokovic
2018: Roger Federer
2017: Roger Federer
2016: Novak Djokovic
2015: Novak Djokovic
2014: Stan Wawrinka
2013: Novak Djokovic
2012: Novak Djokovic
2011: Novak Djokovic
2010: Roger Federer
2009: Rafael Nadal

Look at what happen previous competition in 2019 Australian open ?

Winners List

  • Men’s Singles: Novak Djokovic
  • Women’s Singles: Naomi Osaka
  • Men’s Doubles: Pierre-Hugues Herbert/Nicolas Mahut
  • Women’s Doubles: Samantha Stosur/Zhang Shuai
  • Mixed Doubles: Barbora Krejcikova/Rajeev Ram
  • Boys’ Singles: Lorenzo Musetti
  • Girls’ Singles: Clara Tauson
  • Boys’ Doubles: Jonáš Forejtek/Dalibor Svrčina
  • Girls’ Doubles: Natsumi Kawaguchi/Adrienn Nagy

Naomi Osaka who won her second successive grand slam title by winning the 2019 Australian open women’s singles title. In that match they beat the Petra Kvitova in the final and retain her position in the top of the WTA rankings.

While on the other side Men’s Singles title which was won by the Novak Djokovic and that will be three grand slam title in a row for him. He beat the Rafael Nadal in the final.

US Grand Prix 2019

F1 US Grand Prix 2019 Formula 1 2019 United States Grand Prix: How to watch on TV and live stream The United States Grand Prix is the 19th race in the 2019 Formula 1 season – when does the action take place?Lewis Hamilton could clinch a sixth F1 Drivers’ Championship with victory in Texas this weekend – and the Mercedes man looks on good form to secure the required points.

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Hamilton is 74 points ahead of his team-mate Valtteri Bottas with only 78 points available in the remainder of the season.Victory – or even a strong finish – at the United States Grand Prix is all the Brit needs for glory.

Hamilton is a seasoned winner on this track, having emerged victorious in five of the seven previous USA F1 Grands Prix in Austin.

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc will be desperate for victory here, as will last year’s runner-up Max Verstappen.

Formula 1 2019 TV guide: United States Grand Prix
Live from the Circuit of the Americas, Texas, USA

What time is United States Grand Prix practice?
Date: Friday 1st November – Saturday 2nd November

Live coverage: Sky Sports F1 from 15 minutes before session start times.

Practice 1: 4:00pm (Friday)

Practice 2: 8:00pm (Friday)

Practice 3: 6:00pm (Saturday)

What time is United States Grand Prix qualifying?
Date: Saturday 2nd November

Live coverage: Sky Sports F1 from 9:00pm (UK time)

Qualifying: 10:00pm

Qualifying highlights: 00:40am on Sunday 3rd November (Channel 4)

What time is the United States Grand Prix race?
Date: Sunday 3rd November

Live coverage: Sky Sports F1 from 5:30pm (UK time)

Pit Lane Live: 6:10pm

Race: 7:10pm

Highlights: 11:00pm (Channel 4)

Sky Sports F1 has live coverage of every race this season. If you’re a subscriber you can watch via your set-top box or stream live using the Sky Sports mobile and tablet apps.

Sky customers can add the complete sports package to their deal for just £23 per month or choose individual sports such as Formula 1 so that you only pay for what you enjoy.

If you don’t have Sky, you can watch the race through NOW TV. You can get a Sky Sports day pass for £9.99, a week pass for £14.99 or a month pass for £33.99, all without needing a contract.

Who won the United States Grand Prix in 2018?
Kimi Raikkonen claimed victory in Texas last year after a stellar ride from the Finn.

Raikkonen qualified second in his Ferrari and jumped Lewis Hamilton at the start to take firm grip on the race.

Hamilton – who claimed pole in qualifying – finished third as the Mercedes was overtaken by Red Bull’s Max Verstappen.

Fernando Alonso collided on the first lap and was forced to retire, while Hamilton’s title rival Sebastian Vettel had to settle for fourth place.

ufc 244

UFC 244 Live : UFC 244 Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is just over 24 hours away from its upcoming UFC 244: “Masvidal vs. Diaz” pay-per-view (PPV) event, which takes place tomorrow night (Sat., Nov. 2, 2019) inside Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Headlining the UFC 244 main event is the welterweight showdown between Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz, who compete for the title of “Baddest Mother Fucker” in all of mixed martial arts. But before any hands can be thrown, both fighters have to make weight.

Jared Cannonier, who was asked to fill in for Darren Till in case “The Gorilla” was held up by visa issues, tipped the scale at 186.8, which is slightly over the middleweight limit, but still pretty damn close considering he was put on standby on such short notice.

UFC 244’s early weigh-ins will commence at 9 a.m. ET in the embedded video above. Be sure to check back at 6 p.m. ET for the ceremonial festivities, open to the public, featuring all the fighter staredowns.

UFC 244 Main Card:

170 lbs.: Jorge Masvidal (169.6) vs. Nate Diaz (170)
185 lbs.: Kelvin Gastelum (184) vs. Darren Till (186)
170 lbs.: Vicente Luque (170.2) vs. Stephen Thompson (170.4)
265 lbs.: Blagoy Ivanov (257.4) vs. Derrick Lewis (265)
155 lbs.: Kevin Lee (155.6) vs. Gregor Gillespie (155.4)

UFC 244 Preliminary Card:

205 lbs.: Corey Anderson (204.6) vs. Johnny Walker (204.8)
145 lbs.: Makwan Amirkhani (145.4) vs. Shane Burgos (145.8)
185 lbs.: Edmen Shahbazyan (185) vs. Brad Tavares (184.6)
265 lbs.: Andrei Arlovski (244) vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik (246.2)
125 lbs.: Katlyn Chookagian (125.4) vs. Jennifer Maia (127.2*)
170 lbs.: Lyman Good (169.6) vs. Chance Rencountre (170.8)

145 lbs.: Julio Arce (145.4) vs. Hakeem Dawodu (145.8)

UFC hosts another PPV event at Madison Square Garden in New York, and it will be headlined by a BMF title bout between Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal. The co-main event will be a middleweight debut of Darren Till, who will be facing fellow former title contender Kelvin Gastelum.

kovalev vs canelo 2

Canelo vs Kovalev Live: Canelo Alvarez vs Sergey Kovalev: UK start time, TV channel, live stream and undercard for Las Vegas showdown. By Marc Williams. Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez steps into the ring on Saturday in Las Vegas looking to become a four-weight world champion against Sergey Kovalev.

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Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena– Las Vegas, Nevada
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Canelo apparently had his sights set on Kovalev in September, but Kovalev had a fight with Anthony Yarde on August 24th, and Golden Boy’s offer apparently to lure Kovalev to a Canelo bout and have Yarde step aside did not work out. He was also stripped of his IBF title for not facing mandatory challenger Sergiy Derevyanchenko, as reported tension between Canelo and Golden Boy surfaced.

Kovalev (34-3-1, 29 KOs) regained the WBO light heavyweight title in his immediate rematch with Eleider Alvarez, winning a unanimous decision to avenge his shocking KO defeat. Against Yarde, he survived a serious scare in round eight and knocked the Brit out in the 11th round. Ordinarily, an August-to-November turnaround would be very quick for a high-level champion, especially given the near-KO he suffered, yet it looks as if they’ve agreed to terms this time around.

Sergey Kovalev vs Canelo Alvarez 2 fight card
Nov. 2: Las Vegas (DAZN)

Title fight: Sergey Kovalev vs. Canelo Alvarez, 12 rounds, for Kovalev’s WBO light heavyweight title
Ryan Garcia vs. Romero Duno, 12 rounds, lightweights
Evan Holyfield vs. Nick Winstead, 4 rounds, junior middleweights
When is the Canelo Alvarez vs Sergey Kovalev 2 fight?
Eleider Alvarez vs Sergey Kovalev 2 commences on Saturday, Feb. 2. The main card begins at 10 p.m. Alvarez and Kovalev are expected to make the walk to the ring for the main event at around 1:00 a.m.

How do I watch Kovalev vs Canelo 2?
The Alvarez vs Kovalev 2 fight card will be streamed on ESPN+ at 7 p.m., before switching over to ESPN at 10 p.m. The last two fights, including Alvarez vs. Kovalev 2, can be seen on the ESPN streaming service.

Where is the Alvarez vs Kovalev 2 fight?
Eleider Alvarez and Sergey Kovalev will fight their rematch at the Ford Center at the Star in Frisco, Texas. This marks both boxers’ first time fighting in the “Lonestar State.”

Alvarez vs Kovalev 2 betting odds
According to ProBoxingOdds.com, Eleider Alvarez is a -170 favorite, which means you’ll need to bet $170 to win $100. Meanwhile, Kovalev is a +144 underdog, meaning if you bet $100, you could win $144.

Canelo Alvarez record and bio
Canelo Alvarez Net Worth, Height, Bio, Facts. Canelo Alvarez is a Mexican professional boxer with a professional record of 52 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss. He’s won multiple world championships in different weight class (light middleweight, middleweight, super middleweight).
Net Worth: US $100 Million
Height: 5ft 9in (176 cm)
Age: 29 years old
Sergey Kovalev record and bio
Description
Sergey Alexandrovich Kovalev is a Russian professional boxer. He has held multiple light heavyweight world championships, including the WBO title since February 2019; previously he held the unified WBA, IBF and WBO titles between 2013 and 2016, and the WBO title for a second time from 2017 to 2018. Wikipedia

Born: April 2, 1983 (age 36 years), Kopeysk, Russia
Height: 1.83 m
Weight: Light heavyweight
Reach: 184 cm (72 in)
Division: Light heavyweight
Spouse: Natalya Kovaleva
Description
Santos Saúl Álvarez Barragán, best known as “Canelo” Álvarez, is a Mexican professional boxer who is a three-weight world champion. Wikipedia

Born: July 18, 1990 (age 29 years), Guadalajara, Mexico
Height: 1.75 m
Weight: 75 kg
Reach: 70 1⁄2 in (179 cm)
Division: Light heavyweight, Middleweight, Welterweight, Light middleweight, Light welterweight, Super middleweight
Did you know: Canelo Álvarez has the world’s second-largest sports contract ($365,000,000).wikipedia.org
SAUL ‘CANELO’ ALVAREZ steps up to light heavyweight as he takes a shot at WBO title holder Sergey Kovalev.

The Mexican star has conquered the world at middleweight over the past few years, with two memorable showdowns against Gennady Golovkin behind him.

Msvidal vs Diaz

Msvidal vs Diaz Live Stream UFC 244 Full Fight : UFC 244 is right around the corner and the promotion’s marketing machine is kicking into high gear. Case in point, recently the UFC shared out a new trailer for the card’s highly anticipated, main event bout between Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal.

If you aren’t excited for Jorge Masvidal’s upcoming clash with Nate Diaz at UFC 244 next month in New York City then there’s something seriously wrong with you.

That’s because Masvidal and Diaz, regardless of whatever bogus “BMF” title they are fighting for at UFC 244, are two of the most gritty fighters in the sport today. They may not command an undefeated professional record or an incredible win streak, but the two welterweights create more buzz and excitement around their fights than almost anyone, which is always followed through with superb performances inside of the Octagon.

With Masvidal coming off a record-setting, five-second knockout finish over welterweight contender Ben Askren at UFC 239 and Diaz returning from a three-year hiatus to defeat Anthony Pettis at UFC 241, the upcoming NYC headliner seems to be oozing with even more anticipation and expectations than ever before.

In preparation for UFC 244’s matchup between “Gamebred” and Diaz, the organization has released one hell of a promo video (shown above). While we’ve already seen some promotion for the “BMF” title fight next month from inside Madison Square Garden, including a recent NYC press conference (see it HERE), this absolutely takes the cake. There’s just something about this preview that gets the blood boiling.

One of these two MMA veterans will ultimately fall on their sword at UFC 244 on Nov. 2 while the other will walk away with the new “BMF” belt. Only time will tell if the hyped main event lives up to its billing, but based on history and readily available skill set Masvidal and Diaz should produce an instant classic when they finally square off.

Canelo vs Kovalev

Canelo vs Kovalev Live Stream: The prevailing wisdom is that Canelo Alvarez is too good for a faded version of Sergey Kovalev even though the Mexican is jumping from middleweight to light heavyweight for their fight Saturday in Las Vegas on DAZN.

For now, we can only give our hypotheses on what we expect. Here is The Case for Alvarez, The Case for Kovalev and The Reality, as I suspect it will play out.

One, as good as Kovalev is, Canelo is better – perhaps much better. And I learned long ago that the more talented fighter usually wins regardless of other factors, including size. Alvarez has evolved into an excellent all-around boxer, particularly on defense. He’s difficult to hit cleanly. He can hurt you with either hand to any part of the body. And he’s durable. When’s the last time you saw Alvarez hurt by a punch?

Two, Kovalev appears to be in decline to some degree. Former two-time opponent Andre Ward believes that the 36-year-old is about 70 percent of what he was in his prime. That seems about right. And consensus is that the Russian is vulnerable to the body, which we saw in the rematch with Ward and against crude, but strong Anthony Yarde in August. Alvarez’s specialty? Punishing body work. (Sigh.)

If all of the above is true, the weight difference won’t amount to much. Alvarez is just too good for this version of Kovalev. He’ll probably will outbox the champion, break him down with an increasing number of body blows as the fight progresses and win going away.

The three-time 175-pound titleholder has looked good in his last two fights under new trainer Buddy McGirt, who seems to have lit a fire under his protégé. Kovalev rebounded from a stunning knockout loss to Eleider Alvarez by thoroughly outboxing the Colombian in the rematch. And while he had a few harrowing moments against Yarde in his last fight – specifically, he was hurt badly in Round 8 – he led on all cards when he stopped the Englishman in the 11 th round.

His perceived weak midsection? Kovalev seems to be baffled by that notion. And McGirt pointed out that all fighters are vulnerable to the body if the right punches land there. That said, you can bet they did a lot of work on strengthening his abs and devising a strategy to protect them.

And, finally, what happened to the adage that “a good big man beats a good little man?” Kovalev is naturally much bigger than Canelo, he’s an underrated boxer with a good, heavy jab and he has been known as a big puncher. Even at 70 percent of what he was, he certainly remains “good.”

Can Alvarez get inside that jab? Can he handle Kovalev’s punching power? Can he hurt Kovalev? These are legitimate questions. I can see Kovalev making it close or even stopping Alvarez if he lands the right punch or combination of punches. Alvarez probably will celebrate once again on Saturday night.

I think it’s Alvarez’s fight to lose. He’s the better, younger, fresher, more durable (at least at middleweight) fighter. To me, that adds up to a victory for the gifted Mexican.

I think Kovalev will try to keep Alvarez at the end of his jab and land enough power shots to keep it close going into the late rounds or possibly hurt the smaller man. Kovalev might also try to get Alvarez out before he gets rolling, at which time it might be too late to get much done.

I just don’t think Kovalev will succeed, at least not consistently. Alvarez is an unusually clever, adaptable boxer. He’ll find ways to get inside and do damage. His refined defensive skills will make him an elusive target. And when (if?) he does get hit, his sturdy chin probably will serve him well.

Alvarez will bide his time, box, land the punches that are open to him, test Kovalev’s body whenever he can and eventually wear down the bigger man. I don’t see Kovalev surviving 12 rounds of that. I think he gets stopped in the 10 th or 11 th round.

It’s a truly monstrous night for combat sports on the evening of Saturday, November 2nd. Not only do you have UFC 244 in New York, you have Canelo Alvarez’s move up to light heavyweight, as he takes on WBO champion Sergey Kovalev. Alvarez is the world’s #1 middleweight, but now he’s jumping two weight classes up against a longtime force at 175 lbs.

This year could’ve been the year for a trilogy with Gennadiy Golovkin, but Canelo (52-1-2, 35 KOs) seems uninterested in that matchup. He has pursued a bout with Kovalev throughout the summer and Golden Boy Promotions was finally able to deliver. For the Mexican superstar, he’s coming off a unanimous decision win over Daniel Jacobs, which briefly unified two of the four major titles at middleweight, only for Alvarez to be stripped of his IBF belt for not fighting mandatory challenger Sergiy Derevyanchenko. He wasn’t “ducking” Sergiy, rather he had his eyes on bigger names, and Derevyanchenko didn’t fit the bill.

At this time last year, Kovalev (34-3-1, 29 KOs) had been dethroned as WBO champion in a shocking KO loss to Eleider Alvarez. He avenged that defeat this past February in a clear-cut decision. Against mandatory challenger Anthony Yarde, Kovalev was in serious trouble and nearly knocked out by the Englishman thanks to a barrage of body shots, which opened up those power punches upstairs. Kovalev survived the onslaught, Yarde faded, and for the most part Sergey had soundly outboxed him, ultimately knocking him out with a jab. It’s early days, but his relationship with new trainer Buddy McGirt appears to be paying off, and now he stands to make a career-high payday.

Yes, this fight is the same night as Jorge Masvidal vs. Nate Diaz. DAZN wanted this November 2nd date and they stuck to it even after Masvidal vs. Diaz was announced. There’s nothing stopping you from watching both, although it’ll be hard to watch them both live with your undivided attention.

Early betting odds have Canelo as more than a 4-to-1 favorite, even though he’s never competed at 175 lbs and Kovalev is a destructive puncher. It feels like a weird fight to make, but it is compelling enough that it should draw a big audience at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

Bloody Elbow will have full fight week coverage of Canelo vs. Kovalev, including play-by-play, analysis, highlights, and much more. The DAZN main card begins at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT. Expect the main event to begin at midnight ET/9 PM PT.

England vs South Africa

South Africa vs England Live is upon us. Rugby World Cup Final 2019 Live will face off in Yokohama on Saturday. Watch HD all Access Now.

South Africa vs England Live

England vs South Africa felt like the least likely combination of finalists ahead of the semi-finals. It was hard to see New Zealand losing but should England reach the final it felt destined that they would be pitched against the fierce old rivals of Wales. The All Blacks versus the Springboks also had a certain air of pre-destination, if only because the organizers may have hoped that the big game of the opening weekend would be given a re-run on the last night of the tournament.

Rugby World Cup Final 2019: South Africa vs England Live
But, here we are with England vs South Africa. England somewhat surprisingly comprehensively outplaying New Zealand. Once again it seemed that the All Blacks, so fabulous when dictating proceedings, did not quite know what to do when facing a match they weren’t prepared for against opponents who showed no fear and little respect. It almost felt as if England had outmaneuvered the All Blacks from the moment they showed their V-shaped response to the Haka – as if encircling and ensnaring New Zealand’s spirit.

New Zealand’s triumphs at the 2011 and 2015 World Cups seemed to have buried the belief that the All Blacks had a mental block over the tournament that every four years sees them installed as favorites before succumbing to rivals who peaked at just the right time. Now the Kiwis will face another period of introspection and self-doubt.

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The South Africans have rarely seemed fluent during this tournament and were beaten in their opening match – albeit against the All Blacks. But they have been grinding out the results with the air of a team on a mission. The weathered the Japanese storm in the quarter-final and just outlived Wales in the semi.

Now they are set for a rematch of the 2007 World Cup final in Paris, where South Africa claimed the trophy with little difficulty. Then jt was England who were fortuitous to have reached the final. In that edition of the World Cup the South Africans decimated England 36-0 in the group stage before winning more comfortably than 15-6 would suggest in the final in Paris.
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Frans Steyn – the sole survivor in either side from the 2007 World Cup final in Paris – said he was enjoying this week more than he did 12 years ago: “I was young then and thought there would be another opportunity. Now I know this is my last one and you have to make it count. You only have to look at 2007 to know what a final is about. We had beaten England in the group stage and they had problems in their camp, but they gave us a very close game. It is just about winning, not by how much.”

At this World Cup South Africa strolled through the group stage after that reverse to the All Blacks, crushing the minnows of Namibia, Canada and Italy. But in the big games, against tougher opponents, it has been much more brutal and clinical. South Africa’s back line have scarcely seen the ball as the forwards battered their opponents into submission. The ball has barely reached even Handré Pollard at fly-half with blond scrum half Faf de Klerk box kicking at every opportunity.

Pollard has, however, been deadly when kicking for goal, slotting between the posts at all four penalty and one conversion attempt in the semi-final.

Such is South Africa’s forward dominance that almost the entire pack was replaced against Wales with no dip in performance, indeed, merely just a continuation of the power game. Only flanker Pieter-Steph du Toit and number eight Duane Vermeulen playing for the full 80 minutes.

England’s pack is not lacking in power either, with second-rower Maro Itoje a stand-out performer against New Zealand.

England, of course, also have plenty of talent behind the pack, but with whichever combination of half-backs they field at any given moment in the match, expect plenty of kicking for position from George Ford and Owen Farrell.

Once upon a time a match up of such powerful packs would dominate much of a match before the forwards tired and opportunities opened up for the backs. With professional rugby now a game of 23 players, the ability to send on virtually an entire new pack means that the forward battle never relents. Opportunities may be few and far between for the backs and may be restricted to moments of broken play from the aerial bombardments of both half-back pairings.

It would be lovely to see running tries from the likes of Jonny May and Makazole Mapimpi but instead expect a juddering battle of wills from the packs and the backs feeding off scraps.

South Africa’s coach Rassie Erasmus, did, however, warn England to expect a tactical battle and not just the much-hyped physical one for which they are prepared.

Erasmus, who is at his first World Cup while England’s Eddie Jones has been at four, said this week: “He is a brilliant coach and I had the privilege of working with him for a couple of weeks before the 2007 World Cup. He has a great work ethic, knows what he wants and he does not stop, a workaholic. He gets the best out of players and likes to keep opposition coaches busy by saying things while he remains on task. I can’t do that.”

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England Vs Springboks Live

England Vs Springboks Live :: The Springboks 2019 Rugby World Cup has reached the final stage of the tournament. The Rugby World Cup final will be played on Saturday 2nd November 2019 at the International Stadium Yokohama, Japan. It will be contested by England and South Africa in what is sure to be a thrilling final to a competition which has witnessed plenty of drama.

This is familiar territory for both teams, who have each reached the Rugby World Cup final before. England reached the final in 1991, 2003 and 2007, winning the tournament on one occasion as they defeated Australia in the final 16 years ago.

South Africa have appeared in two Rugby World Cup finals in their history and won on both occasions. The first of these came in 1995 when they triumphed on home turf against New Zealand in the final. South Africa’s second Rugby World Cup final win came against England in 2007 at the Stade de France, in Paris.

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Therefore, South Africa know the feeling of beating England in the Rugby World Cup final and will be using that as inspiration ahead of this game. England are sure to be using their defeat to South Africa in that match as motivation to succeed and overcome South Africa to win their second Rugby World Cup.

This is going to be a momentous occasion in Japan with thousands watching inside the stadium and millions around the world. The question is, which team will come out on top? We take a look at both nations chances in our England vs South Africa betting tips and at the latest England vs South Africa betting odds.

CONTENTS

1. England – The Favourites
2. South Africa – The Outsiders?
3. England vs South Africa Betting Odds
4. RWC 2019 Final Live Streaming
1. England – The Favourites
England faced a tough semi-final match against New Zealand and many onlookers predicted their tournament would come to an end in this game. However, England took control of the match from the first whistle and scored the first try of the game with just 2 minutes on the clock. The try was scored by Manu Tuilagi and it set the tone for the rest of the game as England were constantly on the front foot.

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It was testament to the quality of England’s overall play, that they prevented New Zealand from getting on the score sheet in the first half. The All Blacks did cross over the try line in the second half following a mistake by England in a defensive line out which saw each team finish with one try each at the end of the match. This was not representative of the 80 minutes, during which England dominated and had two additional tries ruled out by the TMO and both decisions were not clear cut by any means.

England played only 3 of their 4 pool games at the Rugby World Cup, with a match against France cancelled due to the weather conditions. It did not matter, as England were already assured of a place in the quarter final thanks to their victories over Tonga, United States and Argentina. In fact, having the match against France called off gave England a two week break before the quarter final game against Australia.

England had little trouble in defeating the Australian team and the latest England vs South Africa betting odds now have them as favourites following the excellent win over New Zealand to lift the 2019 Rugby World Cup. England are 4/9 with Bet365 to win the match.

2. South Africa – The Outsiders?
South Africa came through a bruising battle against Wales in the semi-final to seal their place in the showpiece occasion. It was always going to be a close game against the Welsh with not a great deal in the way of free flowing rugby being played. Both teams managed to score one try each but it was South Africa who overpowered Wales in the latter stages of the game to win the crucial penalty which made all the difference.

South Africa were drawn in a pool which contained the pre-tournament favourites, New Zealand plus Italy, Namibia and Canada. Their opening match of the pool was always going to be the most difficult and South Africa lost 23-13 against New Zealand. However, there was little doubt they were going to progress to the knockout stages and finished in 2nd place by recording wins over Namibia, Italy and Canada.

The Springbok we’re not really pushed in any of those wins and the next major test following the defeat against New Zealand was to come in the quarter final against the hosts, Japan. Much like in the semi-final victory over Wales, South Africa used their power to dominate Japan and they scored 3 tries, two of which came in the second half.

Interestingly, South Africa have played England 4 times at the Rugby World Cup and have recorded 3 victories. They defeated the English twice at the 2007 World Cup in France and back in the 1999 quarter-finals. However, no team has ever lost a World Cup game and then gone on to win the Rugby World Cup. This is something which South Africa are going to have to change if they are to be the team lifting the trophy at the end of the final.

The RWC final odds have South Africa as the outsiders, priced at 7/4 to win the match with Bet365. Continue below to find more England vs South Africa betting odds plus RWC final predictions.

3. England vs South Africa Betting Odds
Looking at previous Rugby World Cup finals featuring these teams, it becomes apparent that we could be in for a very close game. South Africa defeated New Zealand by just three points in 1995 and beat England by 9 points in 2007. England defeated Australia by 3 points in 2003 and lost to Australia by 6 points in 1991.

Therefore, our RWC final betting tips suggest the margin of victory could be very slim, regardless of which team comes out on top. The RWC final odds have England available at 4/1 with Bet365 to win the match by a margin of 1 to 5 points and South Africa are available at 5/1 to win by the same margin.

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Next in our England vs South Africa preview we take a look at the total number of tries we could see in the 2019 Rugby World Cup final. In the knockout stages of the tournament, England scored 4 tries against Australia and one try against New Zealand at an average of 2.5 tries per match. South Africa scored 3 tries against Japan and one try against Wales, leaving them with an average of 2 tries per match in the knockout stages.

So, much of the England vs South Africa betting leading up to the final suggests we could see few tries scored in the game. South Africa especially will be happy to make it a scrappy final and we could see under 3.5 tries scored in the match. You can back this outcome at 6/4 with Bet365.

4. RWC 2019 Final Live Streaming
The biggest match of the biggest event of the season! Rugby World Cup Final is right around the corner! Where to watch it?

Depending on where you reside different TV stations have broadcasting rights. Here is the list:

Continent Broadcaster
Europe ITV, TF1, S4C, POLSAT, RAI etc.
Americas NBC, ESPN
Africa SUPERSPORT
Asia FIJI TV, DAZN, J Sports, SPARK, beIN SPORT, FOX etc.
Obviously the biggest broadcasters are in there: DAZN, beIN, NBC, FOX, ESPN. No wonder – this is the most important match in this rugby season.

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South Africa vs England

South Africa vs England Live :: England in the Rugby World Cup final 2019 and will be using that as inspiration ahead of this game. England are sure to be using their defeat to South Africa in that match as motivation to succeed and overcome South Africa to win their second Rugby World Cup.

The 2019 Rugby World Cup has reached the final stage of the tournament. The Rugby World Cup final will be played on Saturday 2nd November 2019 at the International Stadium Yokohama, Japan. It will be contested by England and South Africa in what is sure to be a thrilling final to a competition which has witnessed plenty of drama.

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This is familiar territory for both teams, who have each reached the Rugby World Cup final before. England reached the final in 1991, 2003 and 2007, winning the tournament on one occasion as they defeated Australia in the final 16 years ago.

South Africa have appeared in two Rugby World Cup finals in their history and won on both occasions. The first of these came in 1995 when they triumphed on home turf against New Zealand in the final. South Africa’s second Rugby World Cup final win came against England in 2007 at the Stade de France, in Paris.

This is going to be a momentous occasion in Japan with thousands watching inside the stadium and millions around the world. The question is, which team will come out on top? We take a look at both nations chances in our England vs South Africa betting tips and at the latest England vs South Africa betting odds.

England faced a tough semi-final match against New Zealand and many onlookers predicted their tournament would come to an end in this game. However, England took control of the match from the first whistle and scored the first try of the game with just 2 minutes on the clock. The try was scored by Manu Tuilagi and it set the tone for the rest of the game as England were constantly on the front foot.

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It was testament to the quality of England’s overall play, that they prevented New Zealand from getting on the score sheet in the first half. The All Blacks did cross over the try line in the second half following a mistake by England in a defensive line out which saw each team finish with one try each at the end of the match. This was not representative of the 80 minutes, during which England dominated and had two additional tries ruled out by the TMO and both decisions were not clear cut by any means.

England played only 3 of their 4 pool games at the Rugby World Cup, with a match against France cancelled due to the weather conditions. It did not matter, as England were already assured of a place in the quarter final thanks to their victories over Tonga, United States and Argentina. In fact, having the match against France called off gave England a two week break before the quarter final game against Australia.

England had little trouble in defeating the Australian team and the latest England vs South Africa betting odds now have them as favourites following the excellent win over New Zealand to lift the 2019 Rugby World Cup. England are 4/9 with Bet365 to win the match.

South Africa came through a bruising battle against Wales in the semi-final to seal their place in the showpiece occasion. It was always going to be a close game against the Welsh with not a great deal in the way of free flowing rugby being played. Both teams managed to score one try each but it was South Africa who overpowered Wales in the latter stages of the game to win the crucial penalty which made all the difference.

South Africa were drawn in a pool which contained the pre-tournament favourites, New Zealand plus Italy, Namibia and Canada. Their opening match of the pool was always going to be the most difficult and South Africa lost 23-13 against New Zealand. However, there was little doubt they were going to progress to the knockout stages and finished in 2nd place by recording wins over Namibia, Italy and Canada.

The Springbok we’re not really pushed in any of those wins and the next major test following the defeat against New Zealand was to come in the quarter final against the hosts, Japan. Much like in the semi-final victory over Wales, South Africa used their power to dominate Japan and they scored 3 tries, two of which came in the second half.

Interestingly, South Africa have played England 4 times at the Rugby World Cup and have recorded 3 victories. They defeated the English twice at the 2007 World Cup in France and back in the 1999 quarter-finals. However, no team has ever lost a World Cup game and then gone on to win the Rugby World Cup. This is something which South Africa are going to have to change if they are to be the team lifting the trophy at the end of the final.

The RWC final odds have South Africa as the outsiders, priced at 7/4 to win the match with Bet365. Continue below to find more England vs South Africa betting odds plus RWC final predictions.

Looking at previous Rugby World Cup finals featuring these teams, it becomes apparent that we could be in for a very close game. South Africa defeated New Zealand by just three points in 1995 and beat England by 9 points in 2007. England defeated Australia by 3 points in 2003 and lost to Australia by 6 points in 1991.

Therefore, our RWC final betting tips suggest the margin of victory could be very slim, regardless of which team comes out on top. The RWC final odds have England available at 4/1 with Bet365 to win the match by a margin of 1 to 5 points and South Africa are available at 5/1 to win by the same margin.

Next in our England vs South Africa preview we take a look at the total number of tries we could see in the 2019 Rugby World Cup final. In the knockout stages of the tournament, England scored 4 tries against Australia and one try against New Zealand at an average of 2.5 tries per match. South Africa scored 3 tries against Japan and one try against Wales, leaving them with an average of 2 tries per match in the knockout stages.

So, much of the England vs South Africa betting leading up to the final suggests we could see few tries scored in the game. South Africa especially will be happy to make it a scrappy final and we could see under 3.5 tries scored in the match. You can back this outcome at 6/4 with Bet365.

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