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Cricket Betting Weekly Round-Up: International tips

England’s red-ball tour of India concludes this week with the fourth and final Test in Ahmedabad, but it is one of five major international series going on around the world.

Here, Cricket Bet India picks out some key betting tips ahead of the next round of international fixtures.

India v England – 4th Test

The third Test was over so quickly – inside two days – that we didn’t really learn anything about either side. A sub-standard pitch, the pink ball and poor batting techniques contributed to a commanding 10-wicket win for India, and it would be a brave person to bet against that happening again.

Not only will the pitch take turn from the start once again, but England’s batting line-up has started to resemble rabbits in headlights, with Joe Root the only players appearing capable of playing a substantial innings.

Due to the nature of the series, betting on a batsman is a bit of a lottery but such has been the dominance with which Rohit Sharma has dealt with the England attack, odds of 5/4 for a first innings half-century ought to catch the eye.

Jack Leach meanwhile has been England’s standout bowler, improving with every innings and now with 16 wickets in the series. Dom Bess, who is likely to return, could split the workload in the fourth Test but 13/5 for Leach to lead the England wicket-taking column at 13/5 in the first innings is very appealing.

New Zealand v Australia – 3rd, 4th & 5th T20

Despite taking a 2-0 lead in the series, New Zealand were made to sweat in the last game as Marcus Stoinis and Daniel Sams staged a late comeback, but it will still be the visitors who have more questions to answer as they look for the right balance in their side in Dunedin.

Josh Philippe to top score for Australia looks good value at 4/1 after the wicketkeeper-batsman after sparkling with 45 in the second game at the same ground.

With three wickets in two games, Tim Southee has started the series well despite being on the expensive side last time out. He is 6/5 to take over 1.5 wickets again at Dunedin.

West Indies v Sri Lanka – 1st & 2nd T20

There are six white-ball matches due to take place in the Caribbean, with West Indies calling up veterans Chris Gayle and Fidel Edwards with a view towards the T20 World Cup later in the year.

Gayle has been in superb form of late so, even if he doesn’t open the batting, can be guaranteed to clear the ropes and is 11/10 to score over 1.5 sixes.

With six wickets in his last three games, Akila Dananjaya will be Sri Lanka’s main weapon with the ball and that is reflected in odds of 3/1 for him to be their top performer.

New Zealand v England – T20 series (W)

England cruised through the ODI series despite a late rally from their hosts, but they have bigger questions to answer when it comes to the shortest format. They will be looking to solve the issue of late-order firepower while their bowling attack will miss Anya Shrubsole but provides opportunity for Freya Davies and Kate Cross.

Amy Satterthwaite hit an unbeaten century in the final ODI and looked in good touch throughout, whereas Sophie Devine struggled to odds of 10/3 for Satterthwaite to top score in the series for New Zealand could offer a good bang for your buck.

With Shrubsole absent, the onus falls even more heavily on Sophie Ecclestone to lead the England attack. However teams are likely to try and play her out, which offers Sarah Glenn the chance to strike and continue the promising start to her international career with odds of 3/1 for her to lead England’s wicket-taking.

With three wickets in two games, Tim Southee has started the series well despite being on the expensive side last time out. He is 6/5 to take over 1.5 wickets again at Dunedin.

West Indies v Sri Lanka – 1st & 2nd T20

There are six white-ball matches due to take place in the Caribbean, with West Indies calling up veterans Chris Gayle and Fidel Edwards with a view towards the T20 World Cup later in the year.

Gayle has been in superb form of late so, even if he doesn’t open the batting, can be guaranteed to clear the ropes and is 11/10 to score over 1.5 sixes.

With six wickets in his last three games, Akila Dananjaya will be Sri Lanka’s main weapon with the ball and that is reflected in odds of 3/1 for him to be their top performer.

New Zealand v England – T20 series (W)

England cruised through the ODI series despite a late rally from their hosts, but they have bigger questions to answer when it comes to the shortest format. They will be looking to solve the issue of late-order firepower while their bowling attack will miss Anya Shrubsole but provides opportunity for Freya Davies and Kate Cross.

Amy Satterthwaite hit an unbeaten century in the final ODI and looked in good touch throughout, whereas Sophie Devine struggled to odds of 10/3 for Satterthwaite to top score in the series for New Zealand could offer a good bang for your buck.

With Shrubsole absent, the onus falls even more heavily on Sophie Ecclestone to lead the England attack. However teams are likely to try and play her out, which offers Sarah Glenn the chance to strike and continue the promising start to her international career with odds of 3/1 for her to lead England’s wicket-taking.

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