T20 World Cup 2021 Betting Odds

Andrew Hendrie:

India are favourites to win the T20 World Cup, but there’s good value to be had for a number of nations as the world’s best battle it out in the UAE and Oman over the next few weeks.

T20 World Cup Latest Odds

T20 World Cup Odds – India have been installed as the pre-tournament favourites to win their second T20 World Cup.

In what will be superstar Virat Kohli’s last T20 competition, India will be aiming to secure the silverware for the first time since their inaugural triumph back in 2007.

The Indian team are favourites with all leading bookmakers, priced between $3.25 and $3.50.

Reigning ODI World Cup champions England are next in line, with their winning price ranging between $4.33 and $5.00 with the bookies.

England have retained most players from their victorious 2019 squad, led by captain Eoin Morgan, Jonny Bairstow, Jason Roy and Liam Livingstone.

England won the T20 World Cup in 2010 with a win over Australia and finished runner-up to the West Indies in the last edition of the tournament back in 2016.

Speaking of, the West Indies are solid value between $6.00 and $7.00 with the bookies to make it back-to-back T20 World Cup triumphs.

West Indies are the only nation to have won multiple T20 World Cups and with Chris Gayle still going strong, they are capable of beating any nation on their day.

New Zealand can’t be discounted after their heartbreaking loss to England in the ODI World Cup and are also priced between $6.00 and $7.50 with the bookies.

Meanwhile, Australia are still searching for their first T20 World Cup win, with their best result coming in 2010 when they finished runner-up to England.

Australia haven’t been at their best in the T20 format in recent times and that’s reflected in their price in the market, which you can currently grab at $8.00 with some bookies.

Pakistan also aren’t seeing much support due to the current turmoil engulfing the nation, but they have the No. 1 ODI batter in the world in Babar Azam – if they generate some early momentum, they will be in the conversation.

South Africa is further back in the betting from $12 to $17, while the ever-improving Bangladesh ranges between $41 and $101.

Check out the full odds for the outright T20 World Cup winner below.



West Indies

New Zealand



South Africa

Sri Lanka