England host Australia in the first of three One Day Internationals with the series kicking off at Old Trafford on Friday at 10pm AEST.
Australia take on the old enemy England in a six-match limited overs tour throughout the month of September, with the series comprised of three T20 Internationals and three One-day Internationals.
Australia kept alive their hopes of finishing the home summer unbeaten, as a 71-run win over New Zealand started the Chappell–Hadlee series inside an empty SCG, which also hosts the second match of the series on Sunday.
It is the start of the Chappell-Hadlee trophy and once again the Trans-Tasman neighbours are set to enthral us as Australia and New Zealand start their three-match ODI series at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Friday.
After contrasting whitewashes in their most recent ODI series, India and South Africa will contest for bragging honours in the three-match ODI series with the first played in Dharamsala on Thursday.
Riding on a patient century from Janneman Malan playing his debut ODI series, South Africa defeated Australia by six wickets in the second ODI in Bloemfontein to seal the series.
South Africa brushed aside their recent inconsistent form to romp home by 74-runs to stun Australia in the first ODI and the series now moves to Mangaung Oval in Bloemfontein with South Africa sensing a chance to win the series.
Cricket Tips & Betting Advice
Betting on Cricket
There are various markets available on which you can bet on cricket matches, series and tournaments. Most of the bookmakers will offer opportunities to bet before the start of each of series apart from offering outright betting on the series itself. To search for all the markets available, visit the website of your favourite bookmaker and head to the Cricket menu. Under cricket, you can hunt for the market of your choice.
Outright Winner Bets
All bookmakers will offer odds on the outright winner of a Test, ODI or T20 series. This will be available through the entire duration of the series, till obviously the series is decided.
All bookmakers will offer odds on match winners before the start of the games and some of them will also offer in-play betting during every Test. These odds will fluctuate up and down for each of the results – win, loss and draw – during the course of play.
All bookmakers will offer you markets and odds on big tournaments, including the Big Bash League and IPL. You’re betting on who you think will be crowned champions.
Correct Series Score Betting
At the start of any series you will also be able to predict the exact scoreline for the series. So, for instance, a three-match series could have 1-0, 2-0 or 3-0 scoreline in favour of Australia or in favour of South Africa or have 0-0 or 1-1 draws in the series.
Most bookmakers will offer markets for the top batsman and bowler for both teams for the first innings of the Test match or during ODI or T20 matches. And there will be odds for the top batsman and bowler for the series as well, for each side. At the end of the first innings – or at the end of the series – the batsman who has scored most number of runs or bowlers who have picked up most wickets will be the top batsman/bowler.
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