Sri Lanka v England Tips: How To Claim 9/4 England Beat Sri Lanka 2-0

Dave Kuzio:

England will head out to Sri Lanka in the New Year to take on Dimuth Karunaratne’s men in a two-match Test series, and online bookmaker Sky Bet is now offering new and existing customers boosted odds on ‘England to win the Test series 2-0’ – get 9/4 on Joe Root’s men winning both Test matches.

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PLEASE NOTE: 18+. New & existing customers. Odds correct at time of publication. Odds subject to fluctuation. T&Cs apply.

How To Claim 9/4 England Win Test Series v Sri Lanka 2-0

  1. Visit the SkyBet website
  2. Sign into your account or register for a new one
  3. Select ‘Cricket’ and then ‘Sri Lanka v England’ from the list of matches and tournaments
  4. Select ‘Sri Lanka v England Test Series’
  5. Click on the yellow ‘9/4’ box next to ‘England to win series 2-0 (was 15/8)’
  6. Enter your stake into the betslip (a £10 bet returns £32.50)
  7. If England beat Sri Lanka 2-0 in the Test series, Sky Bet will pay out your winnings in cash.

Reasons To Claim 11/4 England Win Test Series v Sri Lanka 2-0

  1. England still have ambitions of being the number one Test team in the world, and a convincing series win over Sri Lanka will boost their chances. Joe Root has named a strong squad, and although Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer will not be touring, they still have enough quality to see off Sri Lanka.
  2. James Anderson – what else needs to be said. Anderson is a machine, his Test bowling record is phenomenal. He has 600 Test wickets to his name, and despite being 38 he is showing no signs of slowing down.
  3. Ben Stokes might be unavailable and England will miss his runs, but they have one player in the squad who will be looking to take his chance. There has been a lot of question marks over what Jonny Bairstow’s role in the England squad should be. He is capable of being the mainstay of England’s middle order and if he finds some form, he could be the reason England win the Test series.