5 Reasons To Claim William Hill’s 150/1 On Surrey To Win Vitality T20 Blast

Dave Kuzio:

The Vitality T20 Blast gets underway on August 27 and bookmaker William Hill is offering new mobile customers the chance to claim a big price boost on Surrey to win the 2020 competition at 150/1. Are the capable of winning their first title since 2003?

PLEASE NOTE: 18+. New customers using promo code EPS150. Mobile only. Applies to bets placed from 09:00 on 21 August 2020 until 17:45 on 3 October 2020. Max £1 bet at 150/1. Returns paid as 15 x £10 free bets (30 day expiry). Player & currency restrictions & terms apply.

Surrey last won the Vitality T20 Blast back in 2003, and despite having a less than impressive campaign in 2019 they have the squad to bring some silverware back to the Oval. New mobile customers with William Hill can now take advantage of a fantastic 150/1 offer on Surrey winning the competition.

Read on for our five reasons why you should back Surrey to win the Vitality T20 Blast with William Hill’s new customer offer.

Vitality T20 Blast Price Boost Tips: 5 Reasons To Claim Surrey T20 Blast New Mobile Customer Offer

  1. The return of Reece Topley is massive for Surrey. The fast bowler suffered a stress fracture in his back in 2018 and had to undergo surgery. He has since returned to action and he will probably be trusted with bowling two spells – at the start and end of the innings – and his pace could cause a few problems.
  2. Former England international Jade Dernbach will lead Surrey during the campaign and his bowling partnership with Topley could end up being the best in the tournament. Dernbach enjoys the T20 format and he has taken 173 wickets in 160 matches, he will be eager to increase that total in 2020.
  3. Ollie Pope is an England international at Test level, but Surrey will be hoping he will be available for selection come the start of the campaign. The 22-year-old has scored 736 runs in 34 T20 innings, and his runs in the middle order will be valuable come the knockout stages.
  4. Redemption. Surrey finished eighth in the nine-team South Group in 2019 with just five wins from their 14 matches. That poor form ensured they missed out on the knockout stages. A team with the history of Surrey need to be playing in Finals Day, expect a different and more determined set of players this season.
  5. Vikram Solanki has been installed as the head coach of Surrey and his 20-year experience as a player for Worcestershire, Surrey and England will give them good base. Not all good players make great coaches, but Solanki is made of stern stuff and he will demand nothing less than 100%. Solanki could really be the difference for Surrey this season.