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Indian Premier League
Eight teams throughout the nation will go head-to-head over seven weeks of big-hitting, all-action white-ball action to decide who will be crowned the 2020 Indian Premier League champions.
Mumbai Indians are the current holders after they lifted their fourth title last year following victory over three-time winners Chennai Super Kings and the two most successful teams in the IPL’s history will be amongst the favourites to taste success in 2020.
But with the other six franchises snapping up the world’s finest T20 specialists, twists, turns, upsets and surprises are guaranteed throughout the campaign.
Big Bash League
Eight teams, seven weeks and 61 matches of nail-biting, enthralling T20 cricket from Down Under. We’ll have all the latest outright betting odds and in-play match betting from every single game from the 2020/21 Big Bash League as the battle for the trophy gets underway in December.
It will be all to play for with the last five BBL seasons having seen a new winner on each occasion and it is guaranteed to be a star-studded tournament once again with the biggest hitters and specialist T20 bowlers flocking to Australia to take part.
Sydney Sixers go into the new edition as champions after victory over the Melbourne Stars who fell at the final hurdle one year earlier as well.
Pakistan Super League
The PSL has been delighting cricket fans from throughout the world for the past five years and after a thrilling tournament in 2019 all eyes will be on the 2020 campaign as six teams battle it out for the PSL Cup over four weeks of must-see T20 entertainment.
Can Islamabad United become the first team to win for a third time? Will Peshawar Zalmi go one further than last year’s runners-up finish? Or will there by a new name on the trophy? You will find all the answers here along with the latest match betting odds and outright betting odds right here.
ICC World Test Championship
Run by the ICC, the World Test Championship sees nine Test playing nations compete over three years for the right to be named the best Test cricketing nation in the world. The first edition of this new championship begun in 2019 with each team set to take on six other opponents – three at home and three away – over Test series that will comprise of two to five Test matches.
With points awarded for each Test match one it means every single encounter matters. The 2019-21 championship will see India take on England and Australia, while Pakistan face Bangladesh and South Africa and Sri Lanka meet West Indies and England.
In June 2021, the top two teams will come face-to-face in a five-day final at Lord’s to crown the tournament’s inaugural champion.
ICC ODI World Cup
If the 2019 50-over World Cup is anything to go by the 2023 tournament in India is guaranteed to be a thrill a minute. Between February 9 and March 26, 10 teams will head to India to battle it out for the crown in a tournament that will be held completely in India for the very first time.
Outright betting odds, match betting including all the latest odds from qualification will be available here and there is bound to be plenty of interest in who will lift the trophy. Two-time winners India will be amongst the favourites on home soil with the conditions likely to favour Pakistan and Sri Lanka as well.
But never count out the likes of England, Australia and New Zealand who have all made their mark in the 50-over game in recent years. It looks set to be a tournament with plenty of twists and turns.
ICC T20 World Cup
Australia awaits the world’s best 16 T20 nations this October for four weeks of big-hitting T20 World Cup action. All the betting odds for the 45 matches will be available right here right through to the final at the MCG on 15 November.
But who will be crowned champion? Who will finish as the tournament’s top runscorer? And who will finish as top wicket taker? Four years ago an unforgettable final over saw West Indies clinch victory at the expense of England at Eden Gardens to cap a tournament which saw Virat Kohli named as the player of the series.
The most well-known and fiercely contested Test series in cricket which sees old foes England and Australia battle it out over five Tests for the urn. Dating back to 1882, the series is one of the oldest in the history of the sport and since then the two nations have met for 335 Tests across 71 series to battle it out for the Ashes.
In that time Australia have won the most Tests with 136 to England’s 108 but terms of series won it couldn’t be closer with Australia leading 33-32. Australia are the current holders after retaining the urn on English soil last summer and every match bet, plus all the outright odds, will be available here when the teams meet again in Australia next year.