What Sport Is On In September | Sporting Index

Your Complete Guide To What Sport Is On In September?

The US Open, the Ryder Cup, Anthony Joshua's title defence, England vs. India, and the St Leger at Doncaster are among the sporting highlights in September. These are the key dates to mark in your diary:

5th September

Football:

England v Andorra

Following their 4-0 thrashing of Hungary, England now entertain the minnows of Andorra at Wembley. There's still plenty of home nation action to come during the international break with Scotland taking on Israel, while Wales take on Belarus and Estonia. Northern Ireland have a qualifier against Switzerland to come, with a friendly against Estonia prior to that.

Football odds and Football spread betting markets for the World Cup qualifiers

8th September

Football:

Poland v England

Southgate's men travel to Warsaw to take on Poland in their final game of the international break. Poland have made an underwhelming start to the qualifying campaign, but they boast a world-class striker in Robert Lewandowski, so England will need to deliver another strong defensive performance to triumph.

Football odds and Football spread betting markets for the World Cup qualifiers

10th September

Cricket:

The fifth and final Test between England and India begins at Old Trafford. This will be the series decider, so it should serve up a great deal of drama and excitement.

Cricket odds and Cricket spread betting markets for England vs. India.

American Football:

The new NFL season begins when reigning Super Bowl champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Dallas Cowboys in Florida. Veteran QB Tom Brady led the Bucs to glory after trading Foxborough for Tampa last season, and he will be keen for more success this time around. He has a receiving corps of Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Antonio Brown, so the Bucs will be formidable. However, the Dallas Cowboys will welcome back star QB Dak Prescott for this game, so they could make life difficult for their hosts.

American Football odds and American Football spread betting markets for NFL Week 1

11th September

Horse Racing:

The finest runners, jockeys and trainers in the business will head to Doncaster to battle for victory in the Group 1 St Leger Stakes. This is the oldest of Britain's five classics and the final leg of the Triple Crown, preceded by the 2000 Guineas and the Derby at Epsom. Recent winners include Kew Gardens, Logician and Galileo Chrome. We can expect another star-studded field for the 1m 6f 115y race this year.

Horse Racing odds and Horse Racing spread betting for the St Leger.

Football:

Cristiano Ronaldo could play his first Premier League game in 12 years when Man Utd take on Newcastle after the international break. The Portuguese forward has re-joined the Red Devils after breaking all manner of goalscoring records, and he is hungry for more silverware. It will be fascinating to see how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer deploys Ronaldo, with Edinson Cavani, Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Anthony Martial all vying for starting berths too. Elsewhere, champions Man City take on Leicester in another eagerly anticipated clash.

Football odds and Football spread betting markets for the Premier League.

Tennis:

The women's final of the US Open takes place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York. The tournament is already underway, with Britain's Emma Raducanu still going strong.

Tennis odds and Tennis spread betting markets for the US Open.

12th September

Tennis:

The men's final takes place the following day. If Novak Djokovic reaches the final, he will have the opportunity to become the most decorated men's tennis player in history, as he is currently level with Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer in the all-time Grand Slam stakes. Both Nadal and Federer are out injured.

Tennis odds and Tennis spread betting markets for the US Open.

24th September

Golf:

The USA and Europe will slug it out in the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin for three action-packed days. The home team has won the last three Ryder Cups, so the Americans will be keen to reclaim the crown they lost to Europe in France back in 2018. This event was due to take place last year, but it had to be moved due to the pandemic. Steve Stricker is leading a strong US team, while Pádraig Harrington is the European captain.

Golf odds and Golf spread betting markets for the Ryder Cup.

25th September

Boxing:

Anthony Joshua puts his WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight belts on the line against unbeaten Ukrainian challenger Oleksandr Usyk at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. Joshua was scheduled to fight Tyson Fury in a unification belt this year, but it had to be scrapped, as Fury was obliged to give Deontay Wilder a trilogy fight. Joshua is now fighting Usky, the WBO mandatory challenger and a former undisputed world cruiserweight champion, instead of that eagerly anticipated bout.

Boxing odds and Boxing spread betting markets for the Joshua vs. Usyk fight.





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